Due to the Department of Public Health’s designation of Bulloch County as a Substantial Spread COVID-19 area on June 25, Bulloch County Schools will take an approach that allows the system to move forward with student learning while also facing the uncertainty of spread levels.
The university made the 292-page plan available Thursday afternoon.
Statesboro’s Lippincott selected for Governor’s Honors Program; Eight Bulloch County students semi-finalists
David Lippincott, a rising senior at Statesboro High School, was selected for Georgia’s Governor’s Honors Program in mathematics. Bulloch County Schools nominated 14 students for the program this year.
Bulloch County Schools will host a free, virtual summer school session for high school students through its Graduation Performance Academy.
School districts can use the money for a wide variety of efforts including distance learning, meals, mental and physical health, facilities/equipment, and maintaining continuity of core staff and services.
Due to COVID-19, Bulloch Schools has made changes that will temporarily alter how the school district receives and processes School Choice Privilege requests. Details -->
19 rural districts are receiving the summer literacy grants, which can be used to create, develop, and implement summer learning initiatives that support literacy education and improve student outcomes in English Language Arts and literacy during the summer months.
They won’t get to walk across the stage the way we’d hoped...so let’s honor them the best way we can during this unprecedented ‘social distancing’ period with a Senior Spotlight for all to see!
This week's student spotlight, brought to you by our Student Spotlight series sponsor Paul Thigpen Chevrolet Buick GMC in Vidalia, is Statesboro High School student Grace Kazak.
This week's student spotlight, brought to you by our Student Spotlight series sponsor Paul Thigpen Chevrolet Buick GMC in Vidalia, is Statesboro High School student Payne Akins.