Upcoming Events

Reg Sp

 New student registration for the 2023-2024 School Year is now open! Clayton County Public Schools is excited to share the following flyer as it contains information on how to complete the new student registration process.

Please see the following listing of required registration documents:

-2 current proofs of residency dated within 30 days 
-Student Proof of Birth
Student Social Security Number (If applicable)
Parent/ Guardian ID
Transcript/Report card (Required for middle and high school)
Behavior   (Required for middle and high school)
Current Immunization/Waiver
Eye, Ear, Dental Form 3300
Residency affidavit (If applicable)
Kinship/Guardian documents (If applicable)
Withdrawal Letter


Click here for Student Withdrawals

 Contagious Disease (Covid-19)

A contagious disease is defined as a communicable disease that can spread rapidly from person to person through direct contact (touching a person who has the infection), indirect contact (touching a contaminated object), or droplet contact (inhaling droplets made when a person who has the infection coughs, sneezes, or talks). A few examples of contagious diseases include COVID-19, flu, strep throat, stomach virus, conjunctivitis, and measles. Handwashing is the number one way to prevent the spread of communicable diseases. 

          Employee Contagious Disease Reporting
          Student Contagious Disease Reporting

Learn more by visiting https://www.clayton.k12.ga.us/cms/One.aspx?portalId=54515&pageId=27290178

Student Handbook

Student Handbook

Parents, please read the Student/Parent Handbook
2023-2024 Student Handbook (English) Click- here
2023-2024 Student Handbook (Spanish) Click- here
2023-2024 Student Handbook (Vietnamese) Click- here

 Then, click below to enter your electronic signatures.


Sign Off Here


Chromebook User Agreement form

User Online Agreement Form Access: 

All parents need to sign the TWO user agreement forms before a student can be issued a computer.

Please go to https://clayton.incidentiq.com/policy/506ebb68-970d-49e6-b507-0aa754561d6c/lookup


Follow the steps below to agree to the form.
1. Enter your students 7 digit student ID number (example: 0123456) and choose "lookup". Please reach out to your student's teacher if you need your student's ID number.
2. Once a match is found, choose the option to view the policy by clicking the link on the word "here".
3. Read and fill out the information to accept and sign the form.
4. You will receive a confirmation stating that you have approved the policy.

If you do not know your student's id please dojo your classroom teacher or Ms. Letze..


 Register Online

Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is implementing a Residency Verification process for all of the district's returning students. Beginning on Monday, June 15, 2020, parents/guardians/caretakers of returning CCPS students will be able to complete the residency verification process through the Parent Portal. Please utilize the instructions included within the attached document to access the Parent Portal.

All questions regarding this process should be submitted to studentregistration@clayton.k12.ga.us. CCPS Online Address Verification 21-22 pdf


Parents, do you know what Tutor.com is? See the video below to learn more about it.
Video (English)
Video (Espanol)
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     Other Resources

Department of Student Discipline, Prevention and Intervention Revised DPI HUB 2020-2021.pdf ------------------------- International Center Inquiries internationalcenter@clayton.k12.ga.us ----------------------------- Homelessness Contact Ms. Sonia Davis [email protected] ----------------------------- For Hardships, Employee, & HB251, Special Permission Requests: Contact Dr. Angela Horrison-Collier, Director of Student Services angela.horrison-collier@clayton.k12.ga.us
----------------------------- For the Department of Exceptional Students SB 10 Special Permission Request: Contact Ms. Trina Smith, Director of Exceptional Students [email protected]
WellbeingThe Department of Student Behavioral Health and Wellbeing's Website for Behavior Health Resources

Welcome to Fountain Elementary School
Principal~ Stephanie Graffree           Assistant Principal~ Dr. Nicole Hinton 


School Hours


ELBC k-3 reading activity


K-3 Reading

During the November 3rd Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom (ELBC) Day, our students in Kindergarten through third grade are being challenged to Read and Respond!

Thursday, November 2, 2023, students will watch a video read aloud of The Good Egg by Jory John. Students will be given an activity page to complete during the ELBC day, Friday, November 3, 2023. A QR code is available on the activity page so students can watch the read aloud video at home. Students will return to school and turn in the activity page Monday, November 6, 2023.







       Clear Bookbag      


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 Bus Locator 




2023-2024 School Supply List

Please note: This year the district is requiring that students have clear backpacks.

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    Dress Code  

Uniforms Updated
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 The 5 Ps for a Successful Start

The Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment would like to share The 5 Ps for a Successful Start with all of our parents and guardians. Clayton County Public Schools understands the value of our parents and guardians' partnership in helping our students reach high performance. As we work to help our students rebound from the Pandemic, we need all stakeholders engaged and supporting our students to ensure a successful start and finish. 
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 Congratulations Our Teacher of the Year


November Calendar 2023 




Immunization  Updates

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SEL Check In



Good Evening Parents!  We hope you have enjoyed your week.  You should be proud of your scholars.  It is hard to believe that we are already approaching our 6th week of school.  During the past weeks, we have made an intentional effort to check in with your child's social and emotional side.  Teachers are providing SEL lessons daily   before, during after instruction throughout the day.  Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain, positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

We have also been very intentional in providing similar support to our teachers and staff.  We know the importance that emotions play in being healthy individuals.  

We would like to begin a new initiative where we are also checking in with our parents periodically.  We understand that this new reality is also affecting our parents as they navigate these new waters.  Just know that we appreciate your support.  It takes a village!  Please use the link below to check in with us.  We want to know how you are doing and what your needs may be.  This form or a similar form will be sent out periodically on Fridays to capture the emotional status of our parents.  We hope you will utilize this time to communicate your needs with the school.  

Please enjoy your weekend and get plenty of rest!

FES Wellness Check

Stephanie Graffree, Principal



As part of the District's school-based mental health model, S.P.A.R.K., we are excited to introduce our after-school student wellness clubs! The clubs are designed to offer safe and inclusive spaces for students to connect with one another, build awareness of mental health and wellness, and learn skills to help them thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. There are a variety of groups available. 

Thank you for your daily work in Clayton County Public Schools to create and promote learning environments that support whole child development. 


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