Dr. Tracie Brack
It is my honor and privilege to serve the students, teachers, parents, and community of Friendship Elementary. As an instructional school leader, it is my obligation and calling to cultivate a school environment that develops and supports healthy teachers and successful students. Developing such an environment involves valuing and facilitating creativity, problem solving, self-sufficiency, communication, and trust. As a school leader in such an environment, I am called to lead by example with integrity, energy, creativity, collaboration, and compassion.
My career in education began in 1998 as an elementary Spanish teacher. Over the course of my career, I have been blessed with the opportunity to teach Spanish in grades K-12. I have also been an ESOL teacher, as well as, a homeroom teacher in the elementary environment. As an administrator, I was able to serve as an assistant principal at Sugar Hill Elementary from 2010-2015. In 2015, I became assistant principal at Friendship Elementary and served as assistant principal from 2015-2016.
My husband is an educator in Hall County and two of our three of our children go to Hall County Schools. Our oldest child is a Hall County graduate and currently attends UNG. We are proud to be part of the Hall County Community.