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8438 Nevils Groveland Rd

Statesboro, GA. 30458

912-842-8320 phone

912-842-8339 fax

 

Office Hours

7:15 am until 3:30 pm

 

School Schedule

7:15 am- Students may enter the building

7:30 am - Students are dismissed to classrooms

7:35 am - Breakfast ends

7:50 am - Tardy bell rings

2:10 pm - Students move to areas for dismissal.
 


 

 

 

 

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Statesboro Regional Library Youth Events

Lego club, maker workshops and  chess club are just a few of the youth events sponsored by the Statesboro Regional Library. Click HERE to view the March calendar for all youth events. 


 

Upcoming Events

 


March 28th - Report Cards
April 3rd - April 7th - Spring Break 
April 12th - 28th - Georgia Milestones Testing


 

 



 



 

GA Milestones for grades 3rd - 8th

 

 

Bulloch County Schools’ third- through eighth-grade students will take the Georgia Milestones End-of-Grade Tests (EOG) April 12 – April 27.  The EOGs are state-mandated tests.  They measure how well students have learned the information and skills outlined in the state’s adopted academic standards for English language arts, math, science and social studies. Parents can access additional information about the tests at www.bulloch.k12.ga.us/gamilestones.

 

EOG Performance Levels

Georgia has developed a specific set of academic performance standards or expectations at each grade level for all students in Georgia public schools. EOGs are like an academic checkup designed to measure how well students are acquiring the knowledge, concepts and skills set forth at each grade level. They give students an opportunity to show what they know.  Student achievement in each content area is classified into four performance levels: Beginning Learner, Developing Learner, Proficient Learner or Distinguished Learner. These results provide teachers with valuable information regarding each child’s academic achievement and progress, so that they can best design educational programs to meet needs.

 

EOG Performance & Promotion

A child’s performance on the EOGs also assists in determining promotion to the next grade level for all students.  The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) and the State Board of Education have established specific performance guidelines for third, fifth and eighth grades as follows:

  • Third-grade students must score At Grade Level in the area of reading.
  • Fifth-grade students must score At Grade Level in the area of reading and at the Developing Learner level in mathematics.
  • Eighth-Grade students must score At Grade Level in the area of reading and at the Developing Learner level in mathematics.

 

Availability of EOG Results

Student test results will be provided to parents and schools as soon as they are made available from the state.  The school system expects preliminary reports to be available by early to mid-May. The official paper copies for parents and students records are expected in early summer.

 

Remediation and Retesting

Children in third, fifth and eighth grades who do not meet the required performance guidelines will be provided remediation and an opportunity to retest. Students will not be compared to each other, but will be measured on how well they are meeting academic standards.

 

EOGs Administered Online

 

The GaDOE has completely transitioned to online testing for the EOGs.  Online testing is now considered the primary mode of testing. Bulloch County Schools will administer all tests online except for students with a documented need for accommodations.  All students in third through eighth grades will take the English Language Arts and Mathematics tests.  Only grades five and eight will take the Science and Social Studies tests. The tests will be administered in the following order:  English language arts, math, science and social studies.

 

To see what online testing is like, you and your child can visit the Experience Online Testing Georgia website at http://gaexperienceonline.com.The items on the demonstration tests are general and represent multiple grade levels. They do not assess student achievement.   Additional resources to help your student prepare for the EOGs are available on the GaDOE website at http://testing.gadoe.org

 

EOG Question Formats

The EOGs will include the following types of questions in these subject areas:

  • Multiple Choice (selected response) – English language arts, math, science and social studies
  • Short Answer (Constructed Response) – English language arts and math
  • Extended constructed response  – English language arts and math
  • Extended writing response  – English language arts
  • Technology enhanced-evidence-based/multiple part items – English language arts, math, science and social studies

 

How Parents Can Help

We have learned over the years that your encouragement, as well as adequate rest and good nutrition, are valuable to children’s learning throughout the year, not only when they take tests. These are ways to ensure your child is ready to do their best each day:

  • Ensure children have a good night’s rest.
  • Ensure children have a nourishing breakfast.
  • Ensure children arrive to school on time.
  • Encourage your child to use good study and test-taking skills which include following directions carefully, avoiding careless errors and reviewing work.

 

Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration

Pre-K registration dates: March 1st  through March 24th .

  • Bulloch County Schools has 12 Georgia Pre-Kindergarten sites that are housed in our nine elementary and three high schools.
  •  Our pre-k classes are for the full school day.
  • Classes follow the same 180-day Bulloch County Schools calendar as our K-12 classes.
    Select this link to find out more about Pre-K registration.

 

Kindergarten registration dates: May 1st through May 5th.

  •  Parents/guardians may pick up registration packets at any elementary school during normal office hours (7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)
  • Only a child's parent or legal guardian may register a child for school.
  • A child being enrolled in kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school year must be five (5) years old on or before September 1, 2017.
    Select this link to find out more about Kindergarten registration.
Today: 3/28/17

We save Boxtops!

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Click here  for a list of products that have Boxtops. Clip the boxtops off of the products and send them to school.

We send them in for cash for our school.

Climate Survey

All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis.  Click HERE for the survey. Only 24 questions.