The Society of Women Engineers at Georgia Southern University is hosting a Girls in Engineering Day event for middle school and high school girls ages 13 - 18 on Saturday, March 4, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., at the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering Building on the University's campus. Tickets for the event are $15. Register online via this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/girls-in-engineering-day-registration-23464492930
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10:00am-10:25 - Sign-in at the table in the Allen E. Paulson Engineering Building Lobby
10:30am-10:55 –Engineering Introduction (room 2110)
11am-12:25 –Electrical Engineering Paper Speaker Activity, and Robotic arm presentation (room 2110)
12:30pm-12:55 – Civil Engineering Cement-making Activity (room 2110)
1:00pm-1:55 – Lunch with SWE members at each table for Q&A (IT Lobby)
2:00pm-2:25 – Mechanical Engineering Archimedes Screw Activity (room 2110)
2:35pm-4:00 – Manufacturing Engineering Lab Tours in the Carruth Building, then Presentation of Eagle Motor Sports Racecars
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The Bulloch County Board of Education will host its scheduled work session on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 6:30 p.m., at the school district's Central Office in Statesboro. The meeting will feature a training session for the Board on governance and ethics. A complete packet of the information to be discussed is attached and is available at www.bullochschools.org/boardpackets
Principal selection process begins for PES, MCES & SEBHS
Bulloch County Schools posted principal positions this week for Portal Elementary School, Mill Creek Elementary School and Southeast Bulloch High School. The district’s annual principal contract process, which culminates in May, will begin with a search for these positions due to the retirement of SEBHS Principal Donna Clifton and the expiration of the one-year interim principal contracts for Jennifer Wade of MCES and Dr. Laurie Mascolo of PES. Superintendent Charles Wilson plans to recommend candidates to the Board of Education by March 9 for MCES and PES and by April 13 for SEBHS.
“The Board of Education and I are committed to following the district’s established principal screening and selection process to ensure we have leaders in place, who will carry out our vision and mission,” Wilson said. The rigorous process includes candidate screenings for leadership criteria and multiple interviews. While the superintendent will make the final recommendations, the process does allow for school council input.
Wilson appointed Wade as interim principal in July when he transferred the school’s former principal, Patrick Hill to Portal Middle High School after Dr. Karen Doty retired. He appointed Mascolo as interim principal at PES in August after the resignation of Paul Hudson. “I have deep respect and appreciation for Ms. Wade and Dr. Mascolo,” Wilson said. “They stepped up during a time of need and kept these schools moving forward.”
Wade and Mascolo are both eligible to apply for their schools’ principal positions. “They have led their campuses well this year, and we will give consideration to the work they have done,” Wilson said. Wade and Mascolo each served as assistant principals in the district prior to their interim appointments.
Donna Clifton, who will retire in June after 30 years as an educator, has served Bulloch County Schools for 23 years. She began her career in Effingham County, where she served for seven years. She began her tenure in Bulloch County as a fifth-grade teacher at Stilson Elementary.
After ten years in the classroom, Clifton became an assistant principal at SEBHS, a post she held for two years before being named principal of Southeast Bulloch Middle School. She was principal of SEBMS for six years. In 2013 Superintendent Wilson appointed her to lead SEBHS after Dr. Trey Robertson accepted an assistant superintendent’s position in Bryan County.
During her four years at SEBHS, she has been a staunch advocate for at-risk students. She has led her faculty and students to achieve a more than 10-point rise in graduation rates from 77.2 percent to 89.1 percent.
She is also a supportive supervisor. The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) awarded her both the Seven Seals Award and the Patriot Award for her support of the Air National Guard's mission and its airmen, some who have been employed by SEBHS.