Centerville Elementary School

Excellent on Purpose

  • VisionCenterville Elementary School will be a world-class school where our students are ENCOURAGED to excel both academically and behaviorally; EMPOWERED to discover their strengths; and MOTIVATED to realize their full learning potential.

    MissionThe mission of Centerville Elementary School is to create a safe learning environment focused on academic excellence and high expectations for teaching and learning.

Mrs. Bonita Banks

  • Mrs. Bonita Banks


    CENTERVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Snellville, Georgia (2016 - present)
    PARTEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Snellville, Georgia (2007 – 2016)

    PARTEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Snellville, Georgia (2005 – 2007)
    DR. MARTIN L. KING, JR. MIDDLE SCHOOL, New Orleans Public School District, New Orleans, LA (2003 – 2005)
    LORD BEACONSFIELD LANDRY MIDDLE SCHOOL, New Orleans Public School District, New Orleans, LA (2001 – 2003)
    EDWARD HENRY PHILLIPS MIDDLE SCHOOL, New Orleans Public School District, New Orleans, LA (1995 - 2001)

    Education Specialist in Educational Leadership, Argosy University – Atlanta, GA
    Master of Arts in Education/Administration and Supervision, University of Phoenix – Online, Phoenix, AZ
    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Southern University at New Orleans - New Orleans, LA 
    Bachelor of Arts in Print Journalism, Southern University at New Orleans - New Orleans, LA


  • Free Tutoring Available

    Gwinnett County Public Library in partnership with Gwinnett County Public Schools has acquired access to to assist students who are learning remotely.

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    Corners Outreach

    Corners Outreach, a non-profit organization, is offering Kindergarten - 5th grade students in the Shiloh cluster free tutoring, Mondays - Thursdays.  Students must be  registered to attend.  For additional information contact Travis Sanders at 404-565-7120 /

    Corners Outreach flyer

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  • Think First and Stay Safe

    Your child will be participating in an important personal safety lesson called Think First and Stay Safe.  The lesson is presented by our School Counselor, Ms. Baker, to students in every grade.  The lesson will be presented virtually to digital learners as well as to in-person students in the classroom.
    Please click on the link below to learn more about the curriculum and how you can preview the information presented. Please feel free to contact Ms. Baker if you have any questions or concerns at / 678-639-3722.
    If you prefer that your student NOT participate in the sexual abuse and safety prevention lessons, please write and sign a note indicating your preference.  Unless written documentation is received, your child will participate in these lessons.
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  • Virtual Transition Fair For Students with Disabilities

    On March 20GCPS will host the 2021 Transition Fair for students with disabilities, their families, and educators.  Starting at 8 a.m., participants can “drop in” to the virtual event to view pre-recorded sessions about community services and resources for young people who have disabilities and may need assistance as they transition to adulthood.  (The link to the event will be live on the day of the fair.) Attendees will have the opportunity to watch virtual presentations from local agency representatives regarding various options available for school-aged students as well as transitional services to post-school activities and employment.  Presentations and resources will cover a number of topics, including day programs, community living supports, vocational and career services, transition resources, and recreation and leisure opportunities.  For those who can’t participate that day or who want to reference information after the event, links to the recorded sessions will be available on the website through May 26, 2021.

    Questions? Send an email to

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  • Adult Education Programs

    Gwinnett Techinical College is offering free GED preparation classes, free ESL classes, and Certification courses.  Click on the links below to get started.

    GTC- Information/ GED & ESL classes

    GTC- Take Ten Program

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  • AKS at Home

    You are an important partner with your child’s teacher and school, whether your child is learning at home or at school.  As part of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ family engagement initiative, the school district seeks to empower parents with tools that allow you to help your children at home.  GCPS AKS at Home project provides math and language arts resources to support families so that you truly are partners in your children’s learning.  This support is available for families to access in the format that fits you and your schedule best.  You can attend live virtual meetings, view recorded information at a time that best fits your schedule, or gain tips and suggestions on how to best help your student(s) through tip sheets on a wide variety of topics.

    Click on this link to view the Zoom session schedule and to access the AKS at Home website.

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School Information


  • Full price student meals are $1.50 for breakfast and $2.25 for lunch.

    Reduced price student meals are $0.30 for breakfast and $0.40 for lunch.

    Adult lunches are $3.00.


    10:50 AM to 11:25 AM

    1st Grade

    11:00 AM to 11:35 AM

    5th Grade

    11:10AM to 11:40AM

    3rd Grade

    11:35AM to 12:05PM

    4th Grade

    12:00PM to 12:30PM

    2nd Grade

    12:10 PM to 12:40 PM

Early Checkout

  • Checking A Student Out of School/Dismissal of Students

    1. The cut-off time for checking a student out of school early is 2:15PM.  Dismissal will only be allowed after 2:15PM in serious emergency situations (must be approved by an administrator). 
    2. A picture ID is required to check out a student.
    3. All students are to be checked out at the front reception desk.  Your child will be called for you. 
    4. In order to maintain a safe and security school, please do not go directly to the classroom.

CES Five Star Pledge

CES Five Star Pledge