Britt Elementary School

Showing Comet Pride Every Day and Every Way

  • Quick Facts

    Summer Hours 8am to 12pm & 1pm to 3pm

    School Hours: 8:50 am to 3:20 pm

    Student Arrival: 8:20 am to 8:50 am



    Melissa Madsen


    Assistant Principals

    Camala Mitchell

    Heather Washington


    Title IX Coordinators

    Camala Mitchell

    Heather Washington

    Title IX Information


    504 Coordinator

    Camala Mitchell


Comet Announcements

  • Celebrating Our 5th Grade Britt Comets!

    5th Grade Promotion Video

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  • Student Materials Drop off and Pickup

    Student materials can be dropped off and picked up curbside in the carrider lane on May 21 from 7:30am to 7pm.  Bring a sign with your child's name and teacher on it.

    We also will be exchanging student materials May 22 and May 26-29 between 9 am to 3 pm.  Come to the front doors and call the school with your child's name and teacher's name.

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  • Transition to Kindergarten Meeting for Britt Kindergarten Parents

    Welcome to Britt! We look forward to seeing you soon.

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  • Flyers from Britt

    Supply List 20-21

    Mental Health Month Tuesday Tips

    Accessing through

    Play 2 Learn at Britt


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  • Parent Surveys

    As a means of improving results for children with disabilities, the Georgia Department of Education is required to survey parents of students receiving special education services each year.  The survey is taken on-line and is accessed through the Georgia Department of Education Website. Survey responses must be submitted by June 20, 2020.  More Information

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  • The latest issue of Essentials, the district newsletter for families and staff, is available online. In this issue, we focus on just a few of the ways that students, families, and GCPS employees have gone the extra mile, expressed their thanks in lovely ways, and shared with their neighbors and community during difficult times. You’ll also find celebrations of three national award-winning staff members, and some important reminders about summer school, kindergarten registration, news from our School Nutrition Program, and more.

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  • Celebrating the Class of 2020!

    The 2019–20 school year has been like no other year in recent memory. For GCPS’ 12,700+ graduates— and their peers around the country and throughout the world— the rituals of senior year have been radically different in this time of COVID-19… cancelled proms and honors nights, virtual graduations and hopes of in-person events in July, online exams and no-contact drive-through “events” to gather belongings. While the global pandemic has reshaped their senior year, our students are poised to reshape their world. Despite the hardships and disappointments of these last months, the Class of 2020 displays resilience and determination as these graduates look toward their future and all that’s ahead.

    This special issue of Communiqué is a tribute to the Class of 2020. To better reflect our seniors and their shared experience during these difficult times, we’ve asked graduates from across the district to share their unique perspective through creative expression. They responded with written and spoken-word reflections, vocal and instrumental performances, photography, and visual art pieces. Together, they put the spotlight on our seniors and their talents.

    In addition, the issue includes just a few of the scholarships and awards garnered by members of the outstanding group of students that make up GCPS’ Class of 2020. (Just a list of names of our graduates would take more than 85 pages!) Of course, many more students earned prestigious honors and scholarships that are not part of this issue, and they are being honored in virtual celebrations in our school communities.

    We congratulate our seniors for their many achievements and honors, and wish the very best for you all as you take on the next challenge. You’ve made us so proud and we know you’re just getting started!

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  • Get Georgia Reading

    Georgia Reading – Please forward and add to your website as appropriate

    Great news! Get Georgia Reading is now offering FREE access to myON Digital Library! Students and their families have access to more than 6,400 online books and age-appropriate news articles! Kids can search more than 50 different categories and genres, fiction and non-fiction, picture books, graphic novels, chapter books, titles for struggling and reluctant readers, and Spanish and bilingual titles. During our Digital Learning Days, we hope that every student gets to maximize his or her reading time! Signing up is easy.  

    1.     Go to  

    2.     School Name: Get Georgia Reading 

    3.     Username: gwinnettcounty 

    4.     Password: read 

    Explore thousands of books and check out the tiles recommended by the Language Arts department!  

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  • Directions for updating emergency contacts, phone numbers, and email addresses

    Parents may update their child's information in the Parent Portal. please make sure that you have the most up to date phone numbers, email addresses, and emergency contacts available.

    For more information and directions view the Updating Student Information flyer.

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