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Belief We believe everyone can learn, grow, and find success in a continuous improvement culture that values collaboration and innovation.
Vision: By 2020, we will become a school system that prepares our students to be contributing members of society, based upon their interests and abilities, and the opportunity to pursue the colleges and careers of their choice.  We will accomplish this through an education model that incorporates our core values and beliefs.
Mission: To prepare our students to find success and enhance community value
Strategic Goals:
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Stakeholder & Community Support
  • Resource Optimization
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New Law Could Retroactively Grant 8,000 Georgians HS Diplomas

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGMore than 8,000 Georgians could now be eligible to receive their high school diplomas under a new law signed by Governor Nathan Deal on March 30. House Bill 91 – Diploma Recovery, which was sponsored by state Rep. Brooks Coleman (R-Duluth), retroactively eliminates certain state tests that are no longer required for graduation.

The law helps current and former students, who met all other academic requirements for graduation, but who did not receive a high school diploma because they were unable to pass a portion(s) of multi-part state exams. The law extends to the following state exams: Georgia High School Graduation Test; the Georgia High School Writing Test; and the Georgia Basic Skills Test, which was first administered in 1981.

See the attached documents and petition for more information or visit www.bulloch.k12.ga.us/testing

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 4/17/15

Bulloch Begins GA Milestones Testing April 21

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGBulloch County Schools’ third- through eighth-grade students will take the new Georgia Milestones End-of-Grade Tests (EOG) April 21 – May 1.  The new statewide assessment system replaces the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests, and will measure progress in the content areas of English/language arts, math, science and social studies. Parents can access additional information about the tests at www.bulloch.k12.ga.us/testing.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 4/12/15

Bulloch County Board of Education - April 9, 2015 Regular Session

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGThe Bulloch County Board of Education will host its next regular session meeting on Thursday, April 9, 6:30 p.m., at the district's Central Office, on 150 Williams Road in Statesboro.  The meeting's Board Packet is attached. 

Key items on the agenda include approval of two 21st Century Communities Afterschool and Summer Youth Development Program agreements and continuing transportation zone and Fiscal Year 2016 Budget discussions.  The Board will also consider placing on the table for further review a proposed agreement with Lose & Associates, Inc. to prepare a master plan for middle school athletic facilities, which were identified by the Board's Facilities Committee.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 4/9/15

Deadline Extended - School Climate Surveys Open Through April 30

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGBulloch County Schools encourages all parents with children, who attend one of the district’s 15 public schools, to complete an online survey from the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Parent Survey, regarding the climate and safety of their child’s school(s). Access the survey from any desktop or mobile device with Internet access. If a parent does not have access to the Internet, he/she may contact one of our schools and make an appointment to complete the survey there. 

Click Here to take the survey now, or access it from our homepage at a later time.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 4/1/15

Six Schools Rated Above Avg. - GA Releases First School Climate Ratings

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGThe Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) has released the state’s first School Climate Star ratings for schools across the state. The results will help parents, students, and school personnel evaluate their school’s atmosphere.  Six of Bulloch County Schools' 15 campuses achieved an above-average rating of four stars out of a possible five.

Measured by star rankings from one to five, one being unsatisfactory and five being excellent, parents and school administrators can see the perceived atmosphere of their schools in regards to safety, relationships, teaching and learning, and institutional environment and based on the following input from each school:  (1) faculty/staff, parent and student responses to the annual Georgia School Climate Survey; (2) discipline referrals; (3) incidents of bullying, harassment, violence or drug use; and (4) attendance rates by students, teachers and administrators.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 4/1/15