Brookview Elementary School

Great On Purpose

School Information

  • summer school

    Registration is now open. Parents, please register your students using the link below.

    1) Registration process​
    Parents may register their students via the link above; or,​
    With parent permission, schools may register students via the link above.​

    ​2.) School contact (Ms. Hubbard email: will review summer learning requests and approve/deny as appropriate. Once approved by the school, the student is registered for summer learning.

    Late Registration is available on May 30 & June 2, in person at the Summer Learning sites.

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  • Every day counts!

    If children do not show up for school regularly, they miss out on fundamental reading and math skills. This may hinder the chance for students to build a habit of good attendance that will carry them from elementary school throughout college and even into their careers. Let’s make every effort to make school attendance and learning a priority and a good habit for children. Please get your child to school every day and on time to promote academic success!



    Please get your child to school every day and on time so that collaboratively we can promote academic success!

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    Brookview needs dedicated parents, students, and staff to join and support our PTAThe cost for adults is $10 and the cost for students is $7.


    There will be a class competition for the class with the largest PTA membership. Please help your child(ren)’s class to achieve their goals by joining today!


    Link to join:   QR Code

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  • ClassDojo

    Attention All Brookview Families,

    It is imperative that you are connected and regularly checking our Brookview ClassDojo page to find out the latest information as it relates to Brookview and Fulton County School Updates. If you have not done so, please join the ClassDojo Brookview Elementary School page by downloading the app on your cellphone or online by clicking here:

    ClassDojo Brookview Elementary

    ** Your student must be assigned to a teacher in order to join Brookview Elementary's ClassDojo schoolwide page. Please be patient during this process. Thank You **

    *Step by step instructions for joining the Brookview's ClassDojo page below.*

    Additionally, you can view the YouTube video with the instructions here:


    ClassDojo Instructions

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Volunteer Information

  • Volunteer Picture All persons interested in volunteering in the Fulton County School District are required to re-register/register (even if a person has completed an application in the past) by completing the new online volunteer registration/application process. The registration process can be found on the FCS District Website under Community/Partners & Volunteers or click on the Volunteer global icon. Applicants should be prepared to spend about 10-15 minutes for the training and application process. In accordance with State Law, all volunteers must be current with the Child Abuse Reporting Protocol Training before being allowed to volunteer in our schools. It is very important that volunteers enter their full legal name as it appears on their government issued ID (please do not use nicknames or “goes by” names on the application). All applicants must wait 24 hours after applying for application processing and approval.

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    Precious Bayan, a 12-year Fulton County Schools art instructor, was named the 2022-2023 Fulton County Schools 'Teacher of the Year.' Mrs. Bayan currently serves as an art teacher and special area department chairperson at Brookview Elementary School.

    "For the past six years, I have had the pleasure of serving at Brookview with Ms. Bayan as our amazing art teacher and special area chairperson," said Jovita G. Wallace, principal of Brookview Elementary. "Mrs. Bayan is a phenomenal leader, teacher, innovator, and advocate for our kids. She serves relentlessly with poise, grace, and positivity and is a behind-the-scenes hero at our school. She uses her time and talents to support every program, schoolwide event, and transform our spaces into beautiful works of art. Not only does she support our students, but she also supports her colleagues and our families. She stretches our thinking and encourages art integration and creativity. I am blessed and extremely proud to have Mrs. Bayan on our team. Ultimately, she embodies our school's mantra of being 'Great on Purpose.'"

    Ms. Bayan was previously honored as Brookview's 'Teacher of the Year 2022 and has served in numerous professional and school organizations. In her application, she expressed: "Art education is critical in teaching respect over fear. My students may not be the next Picasso, but inside my doors, they will learn that their ideas, visions, and creations matter and are so important. To express themselves on canvas is to be vulnerable and human. They are showing who they are as a person, and in the process, developing respect of self, and releasing the fear of other's opinions. With each work of art, they are building confidence in knowing that something they say, a thing they create, or just who they are will be deeply important to someone one day."

    "Teacher of the Year" selection criteria include contributing towards the continuous improvement of student learning and the school environment through a demonstration of the district standards while creating a culture of respect and caring in the classroom, school, and community. It also includes demonstrating a knowledge of the subject taught and leading educational activities at the school, district, and/or state and national level.

    Ms. Bayan will begin her year of service in July 2022 and continue through June 2023.



    (l-r:) Cliff Jones, Chief Academic Officer;  Kimberly Dove, District 6 Board Member & Vice President;  Jovita Wallace, Brookview ES Principal,  Precious Bayan, 2022-23 FCS Teacher of the Year;  Dr. Cherisse Campbell, Zone Superintendent, Learning Zone 1;  Dr. Gyimah Whitaker, Deputy Chief Academic Officer,  Dr. Mike Looney, FCS Superintendent.

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