Williams Magnet Program
The Williams Magnet Program is an exceptional educational program for the School Board of Alachua County. It was the first elementary school magnet program in Alachua County, and is designed for students to receive enrichment services for the entire instructional school day, including for all core academic areas (reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies). We have magnet classes for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.
For more information, please contact the assistant principal, Mrs. Jenni Roberson (robersonjc) or call (352) 955-7622.
Note: email addresses end in @gm.sbac.edu
- Shows a need to be challenged;
- Has an inquisitive nature;
- Is highly motivated to learn and work.
Williams Elementary was founded in 1938 and is located in southeastern Gainesville. Currently, 550 to 600 students attend the school from kindergarten through grade 5. The school has an active Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and welcomes parent involvement in classroom and school activities.
The school has an EDEP program that meets daily until 5:30 pm. Contact the EDEP coordinator at 352-955-6719 (Ext. 4026).
Also, the school has numerous teacher-sponsored after school clubs, including a competitive chess team, math club, chorus, art club, and science-related activities.
Yes. The school board provides free transportation for magnet students. Students typically use the zoned school as the drop-off point.
Once a student is accepted into the Williams Magnet Program, we will provide you with additional information on how to easily register and set up transportation.
|Second Grade||Kylee Sexton|
|Second Grade||Kyle Tapley|
|Third Grade||Veronika Thiebach|
|Third Grade||Keilah Trujillo|
|Fourth Grade||Demariah Noboa|
|Fourth Grade||Karen Talham|
|Fifth Grade||Kristin Brockman|
|Fifth Grade||Laura Maxwell|