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The Gwinnett public school was the main focus at the Peachtree Corners Business Association meeting which was co-hosted by the Norcross Business Association.

Community business men and women from both Peachtree Corners and Norcross had an opportunity to see first-hand the value of a community-supported public school on Wednesday morning at a breakfast held at Norcross High School.

The Peachtree Corners Business Association (PCBA) and the Norcross Business Association co-hosted the breakfast meeting that was held Wednesday, Sept. 19. The theme of the meeting was "Change a Child, Change a Community."

Will Bishop, the school's new principal, welcomed the group of about 55. "We were excited when we started talking about having a meeting at the school," said Bishop who took over as the school principal in January.

Bishop, a Norcross High grad, told the group it was "nice to be back home," but admitted there had been a lot of changes since he attended. "Today we have over 3350 students and we're the third largest school in the county," he said.

But, he said, not all was new. "Some things haven't changed, Bishop told the group. "This is a community that supports the school as none other has."

The support of the communities of Peachtree Corners and Norcross were the cornerstone of the school's success, he said. "Great communities help build great schools," said Bishop. "But great schools also help build great communities."

In an agenda that included a number of student speakers, teachers and principals, the PCBA members learned the value that education plays in every community's future.

Atlanta Bread Co. provided the breakfast and beverages. The PCBA's next meeting is scheduled for Oct. 18. Visit the PCBA's website for details and more information on the business organization.

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