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



 

Up Coming Events

September 4th - Labor Day Holiday
September 5th - Student Holiday/Teacher work day
October 24th - 27 - PTO Pumpkin Decorating Contest
October 27th - Fall Festival 4:00pm until 6:00pm


 

Fall Festival Needs You!

NES will be hosting a Fall Festival on Friday, October 27th from 4:00pm until 6:00 pm. Some of the games & activities will be face painting, fish pond, jail & bail and cake walk. Raffle  tickets will be sold for $2 each for the following items: (1)Blackstone flat grill top and accessories (2) one rifle (3)  $100 in cash. 

 

Help to make our festival a success. Please donate any of the following items:

Canned Coke,Sprite, Diet Coke

Bottled water

Clean, gently used stuffed animals

Cakes,cookies,cupcakes

Happy meal type toys

Gently used books

 

 Donations may be dropped by the office during regular school hours. Come join the fun on October 27th and support your school too! 


 

Celebrating Pre-K

        

Georgia Pre-Kindergarten Week is October 2 -6, and Bulloch County Schools' pre-k faculty and students look forward to celebrating the 25th year of this early learning program in our state. "It’s an opportunity to showcase the program's success, increase awareness and strengthen community support for our youngest learners," said Dr. Yvette Ledford, director of the school system's pre-k program

 

The school system’s Pre-K sites are set to welcome parents, special guests and elected officials into their classrooms during the first week of October. In its seventh year, Georgia Pre-K Week showcases the state-funded pre-kindergarten program which was started in 1992, and heralded as a national model. Since that time more than 1.5 million students have been served statewide.

 

Legislators Support Pre-Kindergarten

Celebrity readers including more than 100 legislators statewide will visit Pre-kindergarten centers in their districts to read to children, meet with teachers, tour Pre-K classrooms and observe learning. Local legislators, like Rep. Jan Tankersley, have made reading to students during Pre-K Week an annual tradition. This year’s state-adopted book is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. This book uses vivid illustrations and sequence to teach the life cycle of a butterfly.

 

Pre-K Week Classroom Activities

Classrooms will incorporate book-themed activities each day during Pre-K Week. Below you will find a schedule of events: 

  • Make-It Monday- Making new creations with art, math, and language
  • Taste It Tuesday-    Encouraging students to taste different foods
  • Wellness Wednesday-  Promoting wellness with healthy nutrition & fitness habits
  • Think About It Thursday- Using critical thinking skills to solve problems

Family First Friday on October 6

Families are  invited to visit the Averitt Center for the Arts’ third-floor Youth Gallery in downtown Statesboro where pre-kindergarten students’ artwork will be exhibited throughout the month of October. The exhibit will open during Main Street Statesboro’s First Friday event from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., on Friday, Oct. 6. Pre-K faculty will be present to greet guests.

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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.

Can you help?

Donations of gently used, clean items are always in demand in art & STEM. Click this link to see requested items.