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Strategic Purpose

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
2015-2020 Strategic Plan


Board of Education Work Session - March 26 @ Portal Middle High

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGThe Bulloch County Board of Education will have its scheduled work session on Thursday, March 26, in the Portal Middle High School Media Center.  The items to be discussed during the work session are proposed changes to the school system's transportation zones, an update on facilities projects identified by the Board's Facilities Committee, an update on proposed changes to school funding formulas, and a FY'16 Budget update.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 3/26/15

Students' Research Results in Blue Devil Pink Out

IMG_0425.jpgWhen Statesboro High School Juniors Tierra Reese, Alicia Rogers and Deniece Townsend were encouraged by their teacher, Samantha Smith, to research facts about Turner Syndrome (TS), they didn’t know that what they found would inspire them to raise awareness by organizing a Blue Devil Pink-Out Day.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 3/23/15

LCMS Lady Blue Devils Win First Coastal Empire Championship

Lady Devils bball 2015 Coastal Empire champs 051edit.jpgThe Langston Chapel Middle School Girls Basketball Team won the 2015 Coastal Empire Region Championship on their home court on January 24, capping off a season of determination and hard work. Head Coach Marty Holder and representatives of the Blue Devil squad were presented to the Board of Education by LCMS Principal Evelyn Gamble-Hilton on March 12.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 3/23/15

Pre-K Lottery Drawings Are March 19-31

School System Logo Blue for web.JPGThank you to all of our parents that have selected Bulloch County Schools for their child's pre-kindergarten experience. We are excited to welcome these little ones to our campuses for the 2015-2016 school year.  Our pre-kindergarten lottery drawings for registered students are March 19 -31 at the Board of Education.  Please click here for a complete schedule of each school's lottery drawing date and time.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 3/20/15

Families Invited to Math & Science Night

Langston Chapel MiddleFamilies in Bulloch County are invited to attend Langston Chapel Middle School's free Family Math & Science Night on Thursday, March 26, 5:30 - 8:00 p.m, in the LCMS Gymnasium. The event features a free hot dog supper and hands-on activities and presentations by Savannah's Magic Marc Dunston, the Georgia Southern University Wildlife Center, and the Statesboro Astronomy Club.  Other special activities include graph the lollipop, skewer the balloon, and character sketches.


Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 3/19/15

Langston's Lloyd Takes Top Percussionist Honors

Robert Lloyd.jpgRobert Lloyd, an eighth-grade student at Langston Chapel Middle School, was recently selected as one of the state’s best student percussionists by the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) by receiving the honor of First Chair in one of two middle school-level All-State Bands.  Lloyd went through a rigorous audition process against the best percussionists from around the state, and his score was one of the highest. 
He rehearsed and performed with the All-State Band February 26 -28, at the Classic Center in Athens, and worked with nationally recognized conductor, Robert Herrings, from Texas.

Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 3/18/15

Deadline Extended - School Climate Surveys Open Through Mar. 27

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: 3/17/15

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. 

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: 3/17/15