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

    Sophia Barton

    Heather Washington


    Title IX Coordinator

    Heather Washington

    Title IX Information


    504 Coordinator

    Sophia Barton


Comet Announcements

  • Superintendent Search Community Input Survey

    • An essential part of the superintendent search process is obtaining feedback from everyone in the community. GCPS is seeking input via a survey on the qualities the community would like to see in the next superintendent. The survey is open through May 16 and is available in English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese. Click here to take the Gwinnett Community Superintendent Search Survey.

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  • #GCPSStrong: Help us celebrate employees who have made a difference for students this year!

    The 2020–21 school year has been a successful, yet challenging, year for our school community. However, our students, their families, and our faculty and staff have all worked together to show that together we are GCPSStrong.

    Now, more than ever, your thanks, encouragement, and celebration of GCPS staff members is a meaningful way to show how much our community values public education and appreciates those who have helped our students through this challenging time.

    Here are just a few ways to show your support:

    ·         Send an eCard to a GCPS staff member! Visit, select one of five designs and complete the eCard submission form.

    • Download printable Thank You Sheets! Families can print sheets with the same colorful designs to share a handwritten note with their child’s teachers, driver, school nutrition team, and other staff members! Find the printable sheets on our GCPSStrong web page:
    • Say “Thank You” on your social media accounts! Join us in thanking these folks and all GCPS employees with a Thank You!” post on your social media accounts, using the #GCPSStrong hashtag.
    • Add a #GCPSStrong profile frame! Show your support for GCPS and our students, staff, and schools with a #GCPSStrong profile frame on your Facebook account! For detailed instructions for adding a social media frame to your Facebook profile picture (and a how-to for sharing your new profile picture on other platforms), go to our GCPSStrong web page:
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  • Summer Enrichment + Acceleration (SEA) Program (Britt)

    Summer Enrichment + Acceleration will be held June 14—July 2, 2021.

    GCPS’ Summer Enrichment + Acceleration activities will focus on accelerating and expanding on student learning for the current grade and previewing what students will learn at the next grade level. Students will work in flexible learning groups and will use a range of learning strategies as part of their summer learning. And, this year’s summer program includes enrichment opportunities outside the core subject areas (Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies). Students will participate in fun and engaging activities and learning typically offered in Specials and Connections courses.

    Sign up for SEA at Britt

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  • Flyers from Britt


    B2 Anywhere After School Program

    Field Day Tshirt Order Form

    Parent Advisory Council Meeting

    Balancing Life in a Digital Learning Environment

    AKS at Home Qtr. 4

    Digital Learning Parent Guide

    Digital Learning Student Expectations

    Brightspace Pulse- eCLASS App!  Spanish 

    StudentVue App

    Accessing through

    Play 2 Learn at Britt


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  • AKS at Home

    You are an important partner with your child’s teacher, whether your child is learning at home or at school. To help you support your child’s learning, GCPS is launching a new initiative called AKS at Home. With this project, families will learn ways to help their child practice skills they are learning in class as part of the district’s Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) curriculum.

    Find more information such as dates and Zoom links visit the  AKS at Home web page.

     AKS at Home Quarter 4 Flyer.


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  • Gwinnett Technical College
    We are lucky to have a great partnership with Gwinnett Technical College.  This collaboration helps to build the capacity of our families by offering them opportunities to continue their education.   These courses provide them with the tools they need to better support the academic achievement of their children.  Gwinnett Tech has recently shared some informational resources with us.
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  • Sign up today to receive school system news online

    Sign up to receive Gwinnett County Public Schools e-newsletter... a quick, easy way to learn more about Georgia's largest school system. In this newsletter, you'll find stories on teaching and learning, school leadership and governance, and the partnerships that make Gwinnett County Public Schools successful. Click here to sign up for GCPS eNews or check out news items on the GCPS home page.

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  • Gwinnett Building Babies' Brains

    Did you know learning begins at birth?  Visit the Gwinnett Building Babies' Brains website to learn more about becoming your child's first and best teacher!


    Facebook: Building Babies’ Brains Gwinnett

    Instagram: buildingbabiesbrains.gwinnett

    Twitter: @B3_Gwinnett

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  • Digital Learning-Getting to your Child's eCLASS Course Page

    To get started with Digital Learning your child will need to access their student portal and go to their courses.  Click here for directions.

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  • Parent Involvement Survey for Parents of Special Needs Students

    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. If you are a parent of a student who is receiving services in Gwinnett County, you can participate in this year’s survey process. This is an opportunity for your voice to be heard. The feedback you share will help guide local schools’ efforts to improve Special Education services and results for children and families. The survey is available online and can be accessed through this link.

    Survey responses must be submitted by May 31, 2021. If you do not have access to a computer or smartphone, you may contact the Georgia Department of Education, Special Education Help Desk at 404-657-9968 to complete the survey by telephone. We look forward to your responses.

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  • COVID-19 Updates and Information


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