Partee Elementary School

Making a learner at a time

Meet Our Principal

  • Mrs. Jennifer Clowers, Principal

    Mrs. Jennifer Clowers, Principal

      I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a school with such amazing students, extremely dedicated staff, and a supportive school community. I feel very fortunate to continue to be a part of this school and to support the students and families within the amazing Shiloh Cluster. I am very passionate about teaching and learning and believe that every student should have a safe and engaging place to grow academically, socially, and emotionally. It is my goal that Partee continues to achieve at high levels, and that every student has an opportunity to reach their highest potential.





2024-2025 School Supplies

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2024-2025 School Supplies ASD

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School Hours

  •                  Office Hours:                 
    Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm

    Student Hours: 
    8:20am – 3:20pm

    AM Car Lane
    8:20am – 8:45am

    PM Car Lane
    3:20pm – 3:40pm

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General News

  • Testing for Lead in Water

    In December 2023, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) began participating in the Georgia Department of Education’s statewide “Clean Water for Georgia Kids” program. This program tests all drinking and cooking water taps in schools for lead. Testing began in January 2024 and is scheduled to continue through July. Elementary schools were tested first before moving to middle and high schools.

    To be clear, GCPS has no evidence of a widespread problem with the water quality in any school or building. This testing is a proactive measure to ensure the health and safety of our students, staff, parents, and community.

    According to EPA guidelines, if any test shows lead is present at 15 parts per billion or higher, we will turn off the fixture’s water supply and immediately take action to fix the problem. The fixture will only be used again after a follow-up test confirms the water is safe to drink.

    In accordance with our commitment to transparency, test results for each and every school will be available on the Clean Water for Georgia Kids Website.

    For more information about our testing program, including the schedule, process, frequently asked questions, and test results, visit the GCPS website, click on Schools, and look for “Testing for Lead in Water.”

    Thank you for your continued support of our schools.

  • Afterschool - Right at School

    Right at School afterschool program

  • Después de la escuela - Justo en la escuela

     Después de la escuela - Justo en la escuela


    Jack Griffin, a Peachtree Ridge HS alumni, has created a nationally recognized web site called This site was designed to not only help alleviate child hunger by providing a simple way to find food banks and other nearby food resources, but to do so by making an unprecedentedly high-speed connection between the user and the resource itself.

  • Reduced Rate Internet

    We know how important it is for students to have internet access when they are away from school. Many students rely on free WiFi from libraries, restaurants, and other public spaces. Low-income families may also qualify for discounted rates on home internet service from AT&T and Comcast. Please visit the following links to learn more and to apply.