Rosebud Elementary School

Anchored in Excellence

  • Accelerated Reader

  • Free and Reduced Lunch Application

  • AKS at home

    AKS at Home is a Gwinnett County Public Schools’ family engagement initiative that empowers parents with tools to support the learning of their children at home.

Rosebud Essentials

    • Summer Office Hours:  8:00am - 3:00pm
    • New Student Registration:  By Appointment Only
    • Transportation changes?  Email RosebudTransportation@gcpsk12.org
    • School Colors: Blue & Silver
    • School Mascot: Comets
    • School Hours:  7:30am - 3:30pm
    • Student Arrival: 7:45 - 8:10am
    • Car Lane Door Locked: 8:10am
    • Student Dismissal: 2:45pm

    GCPS requires all visitors, including parents and guardians, to show proper identification, sign in at the front office, and receive a visitor sticker that must remain visible during their time on campus.

Our Principal

  •  Brittany Holmes

    Brittany Holmes, Principal 

Early Student Checkout

  • Students will be released only to parents, guardians, or emergency contacts designated in our student information system. Emergency contacts can be added/updated in the Parent Portal under the Update Student Information tab.

    All parents, guardians, and designated adults must present a valid identification upon checkout of the student.

    All students are to be checked out at the front reception desk; please do not go directly to the classroom.

    For the safety of all students, early checkout stops at 2:00 PM.

    While students who are present at least half of the school day will be counted as present for the day, students with late arrivals or early checkouts are not eligible for a Rosebud Semester Perfect Attendance Award. 

  • Play 2 Learn is a program for children from birth to 5 years old and their parents. This program is focused on building the capacity in parents to be their child’s first and best teacher as well as providing an opportunity for students to be in a group setting to play and learn. The program is FREE. Please contact Valerie Jackson if you are interested in attending the Play 2 Learn, or complete this form.


  • Best Elementary Schools 2024

    Rosebud Elementary School is recognized as one of the 2024 Best Elementary Schools!  Learn more here!



  • 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.

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