Keeping Students Safe & Cool in Hot Weather
It's hot, and extreme temperatures can be dangerous. Bulloch County Schools has plans and policies in place to help keep children safe and cool when these conditions occur.
Check out how transportation, recess, physical education classes and athletic practices are modified during extreme temperatures by clicking on the attached file.
Also, keep yourself safe. The Bulloch County Emergency Management Agency has Heat Tips on their website to help keep all citizens safe.
FCCLA Students Take Gold & Silver at Nationals
Four students, who are members of their high schools’ Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapters, brought home Gold and Silver medals from three separate National STAR competitions held July 6, during the 70th Annual National FCCLA Leadership Conference at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX. Competing in Nutrition and Wellness, Focus of Children, and Recycle and Redesign, students from Portal, Southeast Bulloch and Statesboro High schools all achieved national honors.
Middle & High SECME Teams Compete at Nationals
Statesboro High School’s and Langston Chapel Middle’s SECME teams competed in the National SECME Student Competition June 25-28 at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, and placed second and fifth in the nation in their respective competitions. Both teams advanced to nationals after placing first in the regional SECME event held in Savannah last April.
Learn How to Access Your Child's School Information Anytime
Bulloch County Schools is hosting a training class for all parents who are interested in learning how to access and best use Parent Portal. Parents can choose to attend one of the four available classes, and childcare will be provided at each site. All classes are 6 p.m.- 7 p.m.
The dates and locations are as follows:
August 19 at William James Middle School
Sept 4 at Southeast Bulloch Middle School
Sept 23 - at Sallie Zetterower Elementary School
October 7 at Portal Elementary
For more information, contact one of the district's parent involvement coordinators:
Joyce Simmons - email@example.com
Sherry Jordan - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakeidra Grant - email@example.com
Leslie Wiggins - firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Portal is an online resource tool that gives parents 24-hour, instant access to accurate, current and confidential information about their child’s class schedule and teachers, school attendance, grades, class assignments and more. Its email feature also alerts parents/guardians to any issues in these areas such as missed assignments or failing grades. Parent Portal is both desktop and mobile-friendly and available as a digital application (App).
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