Excellence In Education
Bulloch County Schools is home to the 2013 SECME National Teacher of the Year Richard McCombs of Statesboro High School and the 2014 Georgia Teacher of the Year Jemelleh Coes of Langston Chapel Middle School.
Five Students Advance to FCCLA Nationals
Five local high school students took home Gold and Silver medals at the state STAR competition in Athens, March 20 – 22, during the Georgia Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Leadership Conference. These wins qualify Moshami Patel, Rima Patel, Kayla Campbell, Hannah Parrish, and Kayla Lanier for the national STAR event to be held July 6 – 10, during the National FCCLA Leadership Conference in San Antonio.
Bulloch County Spring Special Olympics is Set for April 26
More than 170 students will gather on April 26, from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., at Statesboro High School's Womack Field, to participate in the Bulloch County Spring Special Olympics. Athletes will compete in events such as the 100-meter relay, and Bocce ball. In addition to the athletes, volunteers from Georgia Southern University, the Kiwanis Club, the Statesboro Service League, and more will help make the day's events exciting and enjoyable for the participants. This is a fun and rewarding event for some amazing kids, and a great opportunity for our community to be involved. GSU Head Coach Willie Fritz and some members of the GSU football team will also be in attendance for the opening ceremonies.
SEB Chorus to Sing at Carnegie Hall
Southeast Bulloch High School’s (SEB) Advanced Chorus will sing in a mass choir concert at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium in New York City, April 23 – 25, 2015, during the Choirs of America (COA) Nationals for Mixed Choirs. The Chorus accepted an invitation from COA to join a small number of elite, top-performing choirs for the event. Z. Randall Stroope, the Doug and Nickie Burns Endowed Chair of Choral Music at Oklahoma State University and one of the world’s most respected choral composers and conductors, will be the event’s master conductor.
Peacock Wins District GMA Essay Contest; Third Year for SEBMS
Ethan Peacock, a sixth-grade student at Southeast Bulloch Middle School, won the Georgia Municipal Association’s annual “If I Were Mayor,” Essay Contest for District 12. He is one of twelve district winners from across the state, who received $250 and will have a chance at another $250 prize if selected as the state winner. Peacock, his English Language Arts Teacher Cindy Oliver, and his family will be treated to an awards luncheon on May 8, at Club 55 at Turner Field in Atlanta, where the state winner will be selected. This is the third year in a row that a SEBMS student has won the district competition. In 2013,SEBMS's Rebecca Ludlow won the district and state levels, and Emily Barnard won in 2012.
Board Brief News Report for March 27
The Bulloch County Board of Education met for its regularly scheduled work session on Thursday, March 27. The Board reviewed and discussed the forecasted Fiscal Year 2015 Budget and long-range financial forecast as well as current and upcoming strategic initiatives for the district.
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