• Britt Elementary Clubs

  • 5th Grade Flag Helpers

    Sponsor: Shannon Robertson

    Six  5th graders are trained on how to raise and lower the flag correctly and with respect to their country and state.  Students are taught civic responsibility and respect for situations that require the flag to be lowered at half-staff.

  • 5th Grade Running Club

    Sponsor: Shannon Robertson

    We partner with the Atlanta Track Club’s Kilometer Kids program to offer a free running club to students to enhance access to quality physical activity experiences.  Students will work toward a marathon during the 11-week program, earning incentives at miles 5, 10, 15, 20 and 26.2.  A free 1-mile fun run is also offered at Tribble Mill Park.

  • Britt Peer Leaders/ Comet Captains

    Sponsor: Monica Mance 

    The PEER LEADER program at Britt allows fifth graders to participate in activities that enhance leadership skills and personal responsibility, while also demonstrating respect for self and others. The program not only prepares students for leadership roles in and out of the classroom, but it also provides examples of good character for other Britt students. Britt Peer Leaders will assist in the capacity of technology leaders, new student mentoring, and general faculty and staff assistance. Peer Leaders will also attend monthly leadership sessions with the school counselor.

  • Broadcast Team

    Sponsor: Kimberly Singleton

    Britt has a fully student-produced morning news show every morning at 8:50.  Three groups of 5th grade students manage the show for alternating months during the year, and every student in the club has the opportunity to participate either in an on-air anchor and a behind-the-scenes equipment role.

  • Chess Club

    Sponsor: Shannon Davis

    We will

    • solve problems that arise in mathematics and in other areas
    • make and investigate mathematical conjectures
    • select and use various types of reasoning and methods of proof
    • analyze and evaluate the mathematical thinking and strategies of others
    • recognize and apply mathematics in contexts outside of mathematics
    • use representations to model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical phenomena
    • and of course, to have fun!

  • Chorus

    Sponsor: Nicole Guimaraes

    Students in grades four and five can participate in the Britt Chorus. Concerts are given in December and May. In 2010, the Britt Chorus also sang at the lighting of the Snellville Christmas Tree, and in 2011 and 2012 they sang the National Anthem prior to Gwinnett Braves Games!

  • Reader's Rally

    Sponsor: Shannon Davis

    Readers' Rally is a reading competition which promotes a love of reading by placing an emphasis on reading comprehension. Britt Elementary sends a team of students to compete against other schools at the Readers' Rally Competition. Both fourth and fifth graders are eligible to join the team.

  • Robotics

    Sponsor: Tom McNeill & Nancy Falocco

    Just what the name implies...Our second year, there will county-wide wide competition this Spring.

  • Media Helpers

    Sponsor: Brenda Hodges

    Come help out in the Media Center!  You’ll learn how to shelve books, login computers and much more. You’ll even get your picture in the yearbook. This club is for 5th grade students only. 

  • Mentoring Club

    Sponsor: Monica Mance

    The goal of the Britt mentoring club is to foster positive self-esteem, promote integrity, and encourage community leadership with participating 4th and 5th grade students. We will accomplish this by strengthening mentor (staff member) to student relationships, through the implementation of a program comprised of monthly meetings, community service, and other leadership oriented events throughout the school year.

  • Witzzle Pro Math

    Sponsor: Lisa Brown

    The purpose of the club is to practice playing a math game called "Witzzle Pro" which helps students become more fluent in math number sense and equations. Students use 3 numbers and any of the operations (add, multiply, subtract or divide) and the order of operations rule to find a target number. A Witzzle Pro tournament will be held in the Spring. This club is open to 4th and 5th grade students.