• First Day of School: August 4

    All students start school on Aug. 4, with a staggered start for in-person learning. Students in grades K, 1, 6, and 9, and students with special needs who are served in a small group will start in-person learning on Aug. 4, with all other students participating in digital learning at home. 

    The schedule for the week of school. See below for dates for each grade level.

    On Aug. 5students in grade 2, 3, 7, and 10 will start in person learning, with the remaining students in digital learning at home.

    On Aug. 9students in grades 4, 5, 8, 11, and 12 will start in-person learning.

    (Students who opted out of in-person learning will begin digital learning on Aug. 4). 

    Click here for the GCPS Back to School Hub.

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  • 2021-2022 School Supply List

    See the 2021-2022 School Supply List showing supplies for each grade level. 

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Application Link

    We are asking all families to complete a free and reduced lunch application for the upcoming school year. Our school receives funding for programs based on the number of applications completed. 

    Complete your application today on the GCPS website.  


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  • Summer Office Hours

    Our summer office hours are 8:00 AM-3:00 PM. The office staff is here to assist you this summer. 

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  • Summer Registration Hours: June & July

    Corley Elementary School is here to assist families with registration for the upcoming school year. Appointments can be made on these dates in June & July. 


    June Registration - June 14-25th from 8-2 by appointment only. 
    July Registration - Tuesday/Thursday ( July 6, July 8, July 13, and July 15th)  from 8:30-4:30 by appointment only. 
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  • 2021 Open House Information

    Our open house will take place July 29-30. Students can meet their teacher and receive information about the school year. See the schedule for when to attend.

    July 29*: Students with last name A-K

    July 30*: Students with last name L-Z

    *Open house hours are 8:30 AM-10:30 AM each day. 

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  • 2021 Kindergarten Registration Information

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    Online Registration is now available.

    Please visit the Gwinnett County Public Schools Kindergarten Registration site beginning April 6th for registration information and to complete the online registration process.

    Kindergarten registration will be available for any student turning 5 on or before September 1, 2021. After completing the online registration, parents can sign up for an in-person appointment. The first available day is Tuesday, April 20. 

    All incoming students will be screened using the Kindergarten Readiness Entry Profile (KREP).  Scheduled screening dates will begin on April 20th. Once your registration is complete your child can participate in the KREP screening.


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  • Important Information about 2021-2022 School Year (Please Read)

    Attention Berkmar Cluster Families

    For the 2021-2022, all Gwinnett students will be scheduled for IN-PERSON learning. The district will offer families the opportunity to opt out of in-person learning, allowing their children to participate in a modified digital learning option. Parents who choose to opt out of in person learning for digital instruction should complete the survey through the PARENT PORTAL by April 4th at 11:59 PM.

    All families will receive e-mail communication with further details on March 22 via School Messenger. There will be some programs which will require IN-PERSON only instruction due to program requirements.

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  • Reminder about Student Checkout Procedures

    A parent or authorized contact must contact the Front Office at 678-924-5330 office 30-45 minutes prior to arriving at the school.  Office staff will verify authorization to prevent delays upon arrival. Student will be called from class once the parent/contact has arrived, and ID has been verified. 
    Calling ahead reduces wait time and allow us to complete the checkout process in a timely manner. 
    Teachers are not allowed to accept Class Dojo messages for checkout purposes. For security reasons, all dismissals must go through the Front Office. 


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  • New to GCPS: AKS at Home

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    The AKS at Home project provides math and language arts resources to support families so they truly are partners in their children’s learning. Parents can attend live virtual meetings, view recorded sessions, or gain tips and suggestions on how to best help their child through tip sheets on a wide variety of topics.

    Visit the AKS at Home webpage on the GCPS website


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  • Student Device Support

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    Corley Elementary School has laptops and chromebooks available to support students with digital learning. 

    Parents can request to checkout a device or an internet hotspot by communicating with their teacher.

    Tech help is also available for devices checked out from the school. Please complete the Tech Help Form to request assistance or to report a problem with a laptop or chromebok.

    We are working hard to make digital learning successful. If you have trouble accessing eCLASS, please send a message to your child's teacher through Class Dojo. 

    If you are unable to access a Zoom session, please message your child's teacher through Class Dojo to get the correct meeting ID and password. 

    Technology issues that impact the district will be communicated on the GCPS website.

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  • Complete your Free- and Reduced Price Lunch Application Today!

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    A reminder from Café Gwinnett: The Free- and Reduced-Priced Meal Application must be filled out each school year. (Even if you filled one out in the spring, you need to fill out a new one for the coming school year.) The online application for 2020-21 is now available at

    Note that those eligible for free- and reduced-priced meals may be able to access other types of public assistance or services that may be available during this pandemic.

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