Rep. Allen Hosts Signing Ceremony for GA-12 Students Headed to U.S. Service Academies

Congressman Rick Allen recently hosted a signing ceremony for the four students accepted into U.S. Service Academies. Allen  issued the following statement after hosting a...

Georgia Southern professors team up to reduce food waste on Statesboro Campus

Three Georgia Southern University professors have been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Center for Sustainability to fund a project that will focus on recycling and reducing food waste in the dining halls on Georgia Southern’s Statesboro Campus.

Bulloch County Schools’ Summer Feeding Program is June 3 – June 28

Bulloch County Schools' School Nutrition Department will operate a Seamless Summer Nutrition Program weekdays, Mon. - Fri., June 3 - June 28, at multiple...

Manufacture Ready Graduates First Class

Jobs Unlimited secured the funding for the program through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), with the assistance of Senator Jack Hill.

Georgia Southern University to hold ribbon cutting for Waterfowl Pond

Georgia Southern University will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for The Waterfowl Pond this Saturday, June 1, at 1:30 p.m. The project began in 2009...

Board approves Boykin to lead SEBMS

Boykin is a quadruple Eagle, earning three degrees from Georgia Southern University and pursuing a fourth His bachelor’s degree is in Early Childhood Education and his master’s degree is in Instructional Technology. His specialist’s degree and doctorate degree, which he will complete in May 2021, are both in Educational Leadership.

Bulloch School System School Choice/Transfer window open May 1 – May 17

Parents or guardians of a student currently enrolled in Bulloch County’s public school district have the right to request to transfer their child to another public school in the school district for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.

Camp Invention for rising K-6 children in Bulloch County

Langston Chapel Middle to host camp for Bulloch Co. children

School leaders Wear A Pair for Teal House; $435 Raised

Each of the 13 participants wore a pair of red or black high-heel shoes for a social media photograph and fundraising opportunity.