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Statesboro 5K Turkey Trot advertisementThe Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education will host its 11th Annual Statesboro 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., on the Bulloch County Courthouse Square. The event is open to runners and walkers of all ages as individuals or teams of five or more. 

 

Register online at www.active.com. Pre-registration is preferred to guarantee a t-shirt. Early Bird race packet pick up is on Fri., Nov. 16, from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., at the Bulloch County Board of Education- Board Room, located at 150 Williams Road, in Statesboro.

 

This is a complete schedule of race day activities:

 

8:00 a.m. On-site registration begins at 8 a.m. at the Courthouse. 

 

8:45 a.m. - A free mascot run is at 8:45 a.m.No registration is required. Simply have your business or school mascot arrive by 8:15 a.m. to the Courthouse Square for line up. Mascots may where tennis shoes if their costumes allow it.

 

9:00 a.m. -  1K fun run for ages 12 and under.

 

9:30 a.m. -  5K Turkey Trot for runners and walkers of all ages. The 5K course begins at the Courthouse and winds through Statesboror's historic retail and residential area.

 

11:00 a.m. - Awards ceremony for all age divisions. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-place male and female winners in the Turkey Trot Run in 14 age divisions from age 12- and-under to 70+. Results will be posted on www.coolrunning.com and www.runninintheusa.com. 

 

All proceeds benefit K-12 education programs, teachers and students in Bulloch County:

  • Annual investment of $7,500 in REACH Georgia Scholarships for our students
  • Annual $1,000 Grant to Bulloch County Teacher of the Year
  • Annual awards of $20,000+ in innovation grants to Bulloch County Schools' teachers
  • Sustaining partner of Bulloch's STAR student/teacher program 
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Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Published: 10/1/18




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Scholars will receive a combined $110,000 

in REACH scholarships in addition to HOPE

 

Bulloch County Schools, the Board of Education, the REACH Georgia program, and the Bulloch County Foundation for Public School Education honored Bulloch County’s very first cohort of REACH Georgia scholars at a special reception at the district’s Central Office on May 10.  Selected in seventh grade, the five scholars are now members of their schools’ 2018 graduating class, some achieving honor graduate and valedictorian status. The district also recognized the mentors and academic coaches who have been paired with the scholars since middle school.

 

Each one of the scholars has successfully met the REACH Georgia program's stringent academic, discipline, attendance, and mentoring requirements since 2013. The scholars all plan to pursue a post-secondary degree from a public college or university in Georgia.

 

The scholars were presented with graduation regalia further recognizing their dedication to and completion of the REACH program’s high standards.  The Georgia Student Finance Corporation has held their scholarship funds in escrow since 2013, and now each will be receive their $10,000 REACH scholarship plus $10,000 in matching funds from their chosen Georgia public college or university. Georgia Southern University is one of 11 institutions that double match the scholarship. Combined the scholars will receive $110,000 in scholarships in addition to HOPE.

 

REACH Georgia is a needs-based mentoring and scholarship program started by Governor Nathan Deal. It is designed to ensure that the state’s academically promising students have the academic, social, and financial support needed to graduate from high school and complete college.  Bulloch County is one of five school systems that the state initially selected to pilot the program in 2013.

 

In Bulloch County the school district’s participation in REACH is underwritten by the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education. The Foundation annually pays the $7,500 seed money investment to the state. In the program’s six-year history, the district has named 25 REACH scholars, but this is the first cohort to graduate. Some of the scholars will be the first in their families to attend college.

 

These are Bulloch County's 2013 Cohort of REACH Georgia Scholars who will graduate with the Class of 2018:

 

Amaya Brown – Statesboro High School 2018 Graduate; daughter of Michael & Tamika Brown; plans to attend East Georgia State College and major in Nursing; Mentor is Mildred Wilson and academic coach is Ashley Thompson.

 

Da'Neshia Jones – Southeast Bulloch High School 2018 Honor Graduate; daughter of Linton & Demetres Jones; plans to attend Kennesaw State College and major in Biology (pre-med); Mentor is Renee Perry and academic coach is Concella Holder.

 

Amonica Kirkland – Portal Middle High School 2018 Valedictorian and Honor Graduate; daughter of Benita Palmer and Gary Kirkland; plans to attend Wesleyan College and major in Pre-Dentistry with a minor in Spanish;  Mentor is Cheri Wagner and academic coach is Jennifer Yates.

 

Kailana Low – Statesboro High School 2018 Honor Graduate; daughter of Leihua Low-Turner; plans to attend Georgia Southern University and major in Early Childhood Education; Mentor is Lauren Amason and academic coach is Dr. Alissa Sasser.

 

Aisley Scarboro – Portal Middle High School 2018 Honor Graduate; daughter of Tan Frison; plans to attend Georgia Southern University and major in Exercise Science; Mentor is Chianti Culver and academic coach is Joe Bettinger.

 

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First cohort of REACH GA Scholars in 2013

 

 

 

 

​(Picture 1 - Pictured L-R) First cohort of REACH Georgia Scholars when they were recognized by the Board of Education in 2013, and their original middle school: De’Neshia Jones (SEBMS), Amonica Kirkland (PMHS), Kailana Low (LCMS), Aisley Scarboro (PMHS), and Amaya Brown (LCMS).

 


First cohort of REACH GA Scholars as members of Class of 2018(Picture 2 – Pictured L-R in same order) 2013 REACH Georgia scholars as members of the Class of 2018 during Bulloch County’s REACH reception.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Published: 5/15/18




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Clovers and Company Concert FlyerThe Bulloch County 4H and the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education, along with the University of Georgia College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences proudly present Clovers & Co. in concert on Saturday, January 27, at 7 p.m., in the Statesboro High School Auditorium. The event is open to the public and is a benefit event for the Foundation.

 

Opening acts are the Southeast Bulloch High School Advanced Chorus and Chyann Rose, a local performing artist, who is a senior at SEBHS, and a member of Clovers & Co. If you like live, acoustic music and phenomenal talent don’t miss this show.

 

Tickets are $10 in advance for adults, students are $5, and children under 5 are free. Tickets are available for advance purchase and pick up at the Bulloch County 4H Office, Brooklet United Methodist Church, and the Bulloch County Board of Education.  Tickets can also be purchased by phone using a major credit card by calling the Bulloch Co. 4H office at 912.871.6130.

 

Clovers & Co. is Georgia’s premier youth musical ensemble and is composed of talented singers, dancers, musicians and stagehands ranging in age from 12 to 18. Their auditions through the GA 4H performing arts program and proven talent have landed them a coveted spot in the 55-member traveling cast. Clovers & Co.’s superior talent will leave you amazed that these are only middle and high school students. For this reason, it’s not surprising that alumni of the cast have gone on to be celebrated stars in the music and entertainment industry. Stars like Hillary Lindsey, an acclaimed, multi-award-winning songwriter, whose written numerous number one hits for today’s top acts like Lady Gaga (Million Reasons), Carrie Underwood (Jesus Take the Wheel and six other of her #1 hits), Lady Antebellum (American Honey), and Sara Evans (A Little Bit Stronger), and Sugarland’s lead singer, Jennifer Nettles.

 

All proceeds from the event benefit the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education and its innovation grant program which funds teachers' ideas - Ideas that enhance the learning experiences for local students. The event is also a great opportunity for local and area 4H students to learn how they can audition and possibly become part of this touring company.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Published: 1/9/18




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Foundation LogoThe Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education is now accepting applications for its Spring 2018 Innovation Grants.  The deadline to apply is Friday, January 12, at 4:00 p.m.  The Foundation will award more than $10,000 in mini-grants on Thursday, Feb. 8, to faculty who seek to provide innovative learning opportunities to Bulloch County Schools' students. An application is available online at www.bullochschools.org/foundation.

 

 

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Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 12/15/17




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Turkety Trot 5K LogoThe 10th Annual Turkey Trot 5K is Saturday, November 18 through beautiful downtown Statesboro. You can register online now at Active.com! For registration forms and sponsorship details, visit www.bullochschools.org/foundation.

 

The event is fun for competitive runners and the whole family. Form your own team of friends, teammates, coworkers, or neighbors, get active as a family or be a party of one, either way, it's fun for any fitness level. Warm up on the Courthouse Square, enjoy the scenic route through downtown Statesboro and its vibrant fall colors and end your trek at the Main Street Farmers Market, the Averitt Center for the Arts' Main Gallery or fuel up at one of our local restaurants.


Registration is $20 for students with a valid i.d. and $20 for members of teams of five or more. Individual registration is $25 prior to Nov. 4, and $30 thereafter.

 

Race day registration and packet pick up begins at 8 a.m., a mascot race and kids 1K fun run follows at 8:30. The 5K Turkey Trot begins at 9:00. Awards will be presented immediately following the race. See you Nov. 18.

 

All proceeds help the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education fund innovation grants for Bulloch County Schools' teachers, provide REACH Georgia Scholarships to deserving youth, and provide an annual grant of $1,000 to the school system's Teacher of the Year.

 

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Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 8/17/17




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Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education logoThe first day of school is August 1, and the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education is ready to help fund Fall 2017 Innovation Grants for teachers.  The window for teachers, media specialists and counselors to submit applications is July 27 - Sept. 8, at 4:00 p.m. An application packet is available on the Foundation's website, and an application was emailed to faculty.

 

The Foundation will award up to 20 grants to faculty, 10 in the fall and 10 in the spring in values up to $1,000. These grants help fund learning opportunities for students. 

 

Since its creation in 2006, the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education has funded nearly 200 innovative projects for teachers with grants totaling more than $190,000.  The Foundation provides a way for individuals, businesses,industry and civic organizations to invest in local public education.

 

The Foundation also funds the district's REACH Georgia Scholarship Program and the Bulloch County Teacher of the Year program.  The Statesboro Turkey Trot 5K and the school district's Pay for Jeans Fridays are the Foundation's major fundraising events.  This year's Turkey Trot 5K is Saturday, November 18, in downtown Statesboro. 

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Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 7/27/17




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Susan ReaganThe Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education is honored to present a $1,000 grant each year to Bulloch County Schools' Teacher of the Year.  For the 2016-17 school year, the district teacher of the year was Susan Reagan of Mill Creek Elementary School. This is her story.

 

My name is Susan Reagan, and I am a reading teacher for kindergarten through fifth-grade students at Mill Creek Elementary School, where I have served for three years. I have helped support the language arts, reading and math skills of children in Bulloch County Schools for 23 years, particularly at Statesboro High, William James Middle and Nevils Elementary.  

 

I received my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in literature and composition from Chapman University and the University of Virginia. I also obtained my specialist’s degree in learning disabilities and assessment from the University of Georgia.

 

I began teaching because I wanted to impart my love of learning to others. I know that I have granted the gift of literacy to many children. Those children can now read a test to earn a driver’s license, they can read a ballot to vote, in time they will read notes that come home to them as parents, and they will read to their own children at night.  “Literacy is the foundation of a free life,” Frederick Douglass wrote. “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” I know that my students are stronger, more capable because they can read. They are free. That is what influences me to strive daily to be the best reading teacher.

 

One of my proudest moments as a teacher comes from a student I taught at Nevils Elementary. He came to me without the ability to read. After my first week of teaching I received a call from a parent. Anxiety swirled in my stomach. What could I have done? Come to find out she was ecstatic. She told me all about how her son climbed down from the bus with a paper in his hand exclaiming, “Mama, Mama!!! I can READ!” It is moments like this, which push me to become the best teacher I can be.

 

Since those early days of teaching students with disabilities, I have learned a tremendous amount in my field. Every year I feel a greater sense of accomplishment with my students.

 

Teaching can be grueling. There are many factors beyond our control. But then, there’s my classroom. My students enter my room, we close the door, and each day we inch toward a changed world.  In every regard, we as human beings are constantly growing.  I encourage everyone, in every field to do their best. Our future depends upon it.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 7/9/17




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2015-10-15 17.54.33.jpgBulloch County Schools named its 2017 Bulloch County Teacher of the Year on Thursday, Oct. 15, at a reveal reception from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., at the school district's central office. The Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education was on hand to present the winner, Liz Driggers of Statesboro High School, with a check for $1000.

 

Driggers was one of 15 candidates selected by school-level faculty.  She will represent Bulloch County Schools in the 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year competition in Atlanta in May 2016, and possibly advance to represent our state in the National Teacher of the Year competition in January 2017. This is why the title features the year 2017, as it denotes the national competition for which the county winner is eligible.

 

In the past seven years, four of Bulloch County Schools’ teachers of the year have been named top-ten finalists in the Georgia TOTY competition. One of those finalists, Jemelleh Coes from Langston Chapel Middle School, went on to become the 2014 Georgia Teacher of the Year.

 

Coes was the second teacher from Bulloch County Schools to earn this distinction.  Julie Lanier, a teacher at the Marvin Pittman Lab School (now closed), was the 1985 Georgia Teacher of the Year.

 

Judges for this year's competition were representatives from Georgia Southern University's College of Education, the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education, the Bulloch County Retired Educators Association, and the Bulloch County Board of Education. 

 

These were the nominees for the 2017 Bulloch County Teacher of the Year: Krista Branch – Brooklet Elementary; Melissa Bazemore, Julia P. Bryant Elementary; Amanda Prather, Langston Chapel Elementary; Travis Brooks, Langston Chapel Middle;Rachel Pritchard, Mattie Lively Elementary; Ashley Joyner, Mill Creek Elementary; Bob Massee, Nevils Elementary; Tosha Johnson, Portal Elementary; Shannon Hattaway, Portal Middle High; David Brown, Sallie Zetterower Elementary; Shannon Robertson, Southeast Bulloch Middle; Ansley Burke, Southeast Bulloch High; Liz Driggers, Statesboro High; Jenny Hendrix, Stilson Elementary; Autumn Horton, William James Middle.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene
Published: 8/8/16




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 Bulloch County Schools' third- and fourth-grade math teachers hosted the 5th Annual Reggie Dawson Math Tournament on Saturday, May 7, at Statesboro High School. The event is made possible each year by an innovation grant from the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education. Members of the Foundation were on hand during the event and helped present awards to this year's winners.

 

Nearly 150 ‪#‎mathletes‬ from Brooklet Elementary School, Julia P. Bryant Elementary School, Mat...tie Lively Elementary School, Mill Creek Elementary School, Nevils Elementary School and Sallie Zetterower Elementary School competed in individual and team math computation events. The tournament is open to all private, charter and homeschooled students in Bulloch County.

 

This year's mathletes arrived at 7:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning to compete. The 2016 individual and team winners are the following: Third-Grade Individual - First Place, Katlyn Sullivan, JPBES; Second Place, Campbell Todd, BES; Third Place, Nathan Newkirk, BES; Fourth Place; Elikem Gatto, BES; Fifth Place, Noah Browning, JPBES. Fourth-Grade Individual - First Place, William Wu, BES; Second Place, Nicholas Cortes, JPBES; Third Place, Tylor Sleep, JPBES; Fourth Place, James Park, SZES; Fifth Place, Elise Cleveland, MCES. Third-Grade Team Competition - First Place, SZES Team 1; Second Place, JPBES Team 1; Third Place, BES Team 2. Fourth-Grade Team Competition - First Place, JPBES Team 4; Second Place, NES Team 2; Third Place, JPBES Team 3.

 

The Reggie Dawson Math Tournament is one of three major mathematics competitions held locally to test students’ individual computation and team ciphering skills. The Southeast Bulloch High School Math Department hosts the Penny Sikes Math Tournament for fifth- and sixth- grade students, and older middle and high school students compete in the annual Georgia Southern University Invitational Mathematics Tournament.

 

The competition was named for a former Statesboro High School educator whose life and career were cut tragically short when he lost his battle with cancer in 2010. Local math teachers wanted to honor his memory and the excellent example he set for team work and academic excellence by naming the tournament in his memory.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Published: 5/9/16




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A nearly $1000 innovation grant from the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education is helping fund a new literacy program at Portal Elementary. Literacy Backpacks will support the school's goal of increasing student reading levels and providie home reading resources for families. The school launched the new initiative Feb. 9, during Portal Elementary's Family Literacy Night.

 

PES's  Reading Intervention Specialist Betsy Mallard wrote the grant to help support the school’s goal of increasing reading skills. Mallard’s vision is to help provide literacy support for families by providing children with a literacy backpack. Children take the backpacks home, enjoy the reading resources and then return them and replace them with another backpack.

 

The backpacks include grade-appropriate books and directions in English and Spanish if needed. The resources allow parents to work with their children at home.  The grant is allowing Mallard to initially serve 45 students in kindergarten – second grade. The backpacks include these children’s books: Angela’s Airplanes; Arthur Meets the President; D.W.’s Library Card; Duck, Duck Goose; Froggy Gets Dressed; Is Your Mama a Llama; Click, Clack, Splash; and The Stray Dog.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Published: 2/9/16




Audience: College/Career Options, College/Career Options, Homepage, News Archive, Homepage, News/Data, Foundation, News/Data, Foundation and News Archive

Bulloch County Schools (BCS) honored five new REACH Georgia Scholars at a signing ceremony September 10, at the Board of Education (BOE)’s central office. Chosen from 57 eligible, eighth-grade applicants, the students, and their families, were recognized by Superintendent Charles Wilson and members of the BOE and the Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education (Foundation). REACH Georgia, Move on When Ready and the HOPE Scholarship are programs the school system connects its students and parents to in order to help remove financial barriers to college for its students.

 

REACH Georgia is a needs-based mentoring and scholarship program designed to ensure that the state’s academically promising students have the academic, social, and financial support needed to graduate from high school and complete college.  Bulloch County is one of five school systems that the state initially selected to pilot the program in 2013. The Georgia Student Finance Corporation (GSFC) holds the scholarships for scholars until they graduate from high school. GSFC Board of Commissioners Member Roy C. Kilpatrick of Statesboro was in attendance at the ceremony.

 

Each scholar now has up to $20,000 available to them to attend college. This $100,000 investment is made possible by REACH Georgia, the Foundation, and local post-secondary partners, like Georgia Southern University, East Georgia College and Ogeechee Technical College, who have agreed to double-match each of the original $10,000 scholarships.

 

This year’s scholars are the following: Conley Roberson of William James Middle School; Chris Angel, Taylor Cone and Jadon Jones of Langston Chapel Middle School; and Jean Delfin-Uscanga of Portal Middle School. “This is a wonderful experience,” said Chris Angel.  “It feels like I can do anything now with my future.”  Angel’s mother, Guillermina Mendez echoed her son’s excitement, “I’m very proud of my son.  It is sight of a better future, full of hope for my son.”
 

Each of the scholars’ parents was in attendance to pledge their support for the program and encourage their children to keep a college education in focus. “This scholarship is the difference between college acceptance and becoming a college graduate for us,” said Alicia Pierce-Jones, mother of Jadon Jones. “Jadon’s future just got a whole lot brighter thanks to the REACH Scholarship.”

 

Opening doors for Georgia youth, who may not have the opportunity to seek post-secondary education due to financial constraints, is primarily why Governor Nathan Deal began the program three years ago. “This program is a strategic investment in our students and our state,” said Governor Deal in a statement released by REACH Georgia.

 

“It doesn’t matter where you come from, what matters is where you’re going,” said Taylor Cone.  I plan to use that quote throughout my life.”  Cone, who has her sights set on the medical field and becoming a doctor, receives encouragement from her parents.  “We are so proud of Taylor for all of the hard work and dedication that she puts into her education.  We’ve told her to always follow your hear and never give up on your dreams.”

 

To be eligible to apply for REACH Georgia, students must meet the following requirements: (1) be currently be in the eighth grade at a participating, eligible Georgia middle school; (2) demonstrate financial need; (3) have legal status in the U.S. (U.S. citizen or legal resident); (4) have and agree to maintain above average attendance and behavior; (5) have grade reports reflecting minimum grades of 75 or better in each core course (2.5 GPA); (6) have and agree to maintain a crime-free and drug-free record; and (7) have the support of a parent, legal guardian, or other committed adult.

 

Bulloch County Schools notifies eligible students and their parents and asks them to apply. A local committee of community leaders and educators review the applications and select 10 finalists. The committee then conducts face-to-face interviews with the finalists, and selects five winners.

 

Bulloch County Schools now has 15 REACH Georgia scholars. Each one receives mentoring and coaching through middle and high school, as well as opportunities to participate in various programs that will assist them in college selection and admission. The school system’s 2013 and 2014 scholars are now freshmen and sophomores in high school.  Each continues to fully meet the program’s requirements.

 

As a pilot school system, BCS was originally awarded a total of ten $10,000 scholarships by the state, five for 2013 and five for 2014. Participating school systems must identify local corporate sponsors to continue the program. This year the Foundation donated $7,500 ($1,500 per student) to help fund the $10,000 base scholarships.  More than 63 colleges and universities in Georgia have agreed to double-match and some triple-match these scholarships. All funds raised (100 percent) for REACH Georgia locally will go to future recipients. 

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Pictured Top:  2015 REACH Scholars (L-R) Jadon Jones, Jean Delfin-Uscanga, Taylor Cone, Chris Angel, and Conley Roberson with (L-R) Superintendent of Schools Charles Wilson, Bulloch County Foundation for Public Education Treasurer Billy Yawn, and Georgia School Finance Commission Board Member Roy C. Kilpatrick.

 

Pictured Bottom:  2015 REACH scholars and their parents.

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Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Published: 10/2/15