Calendar of Events
Parent Engagement Month
November is Parent Engagement Month in Georgia. We encourage you to be as involved as possible in your child's education, because it is an effective way to ensure your child's academic success. For more information on how you can be involved contact your school's Parent Involvement Coordinator.
Bulloch County Schools Holiday Events 2014
Bulloch County Schools now serves children whose families come from 17 different countries. More than 24 different native languages are spoken by children who are students at one of our 15 campuses. With such a treasure of international diversity, it makes the art, drama, music, literature and customs of different countries even more meaningful.
Throughout the year, our fine arts, language arts, foreign language and social studies teachers tell about the contributions and influences of other cultures on the fields of music, art, drama, and literature. This is especially true during the holidays as children learn about the traditions of holidays that are celebrated in our community, like Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah. We invite you to enjoy the sights and sounds of this holiday season. See a list of our events below.
Lady Devils Host Hoops for Hunger
Statesboro High School’s Lady Blue Devils Basketball Team and Head Coach Jeff Seier kicked off their season by hosting "Hoops for Hunger" during their scrimmage game against Windsor Forest on Thursday, November 13. Fans received free admission to the game by bringing in a canned good to support the Statesboro Food Bank. The Blue Devils collected more than 300 cans. SHS along with many of Bulloch County Schools’ other campuses’ student organizations and athletic teams are hosting canned food drives this time of year that are helping stock the local food bank with several thousand cans of needed supplies.
Jackets Buzz to Top 3 at State Cheer Finals
Southeast Bulloch High’s Competition Cheer Squad buzzed their way to the top of the GHSA Cheerleading Championships Nov. 14-15, at the Civic Center in Columbus, by capturing third place in the AAA State Finals. They advanced after competing against 16 other teams to win the state AAA Sectionals during Friday’s rounds of competition.
At Saturday’s final round, the squad once again faced 16 teams, including each of the eight different GHSA region championship squads and the top-8 squads from Friday’s sectionals. The top-three finish improves upon the squads fifth-place win in last year’s state finals.
Common Core Standards
Bulloch Seeks IE2 Governance Status
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Pathways to Prosperity
Key Education Issues
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