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    COVID-19 Reporting: Weekly report of confirmed cases & direct exposures

    Bulloch County Schools will provide a weekly report of confirmed-positive cases of COVID-19 and direct exposures identified through evidence-based protocols. School nurses will provide a weekly report to the Georgia Department Public Health, and the school district will provide that same data to the public on this website.


    School begins on Monday, August 2. Weekly reports will begin August 8, 2021. See weekly reports on our website here.


    Please do not come to work or send a child to school: 

    Families should report a child's COVID-19 related absence to their school. 


    Review our school district's COVID-19 information & resources.


    We appreciate your cooperation. Your decisions and actions impact others. All of us must act responsibly to keep our schools healthy, safe, and open.


    School District Demographics To-Date

    • Total Student Enrollment: 11,184 (as of July 30, 2021)
    • Students Registered to Learn On-Campus: 10,758
    • Students Registered to Learn Virtually:  426
    • Total Employees: 2,065
    • Total Employees Assigend to Work Virtually: 46
    • Number of Schools: 15 schools; 4 alternative learning programs
    • Number of Office & Operations Locations: 4
    • First Day of School: Monday, August 2, 2021
    • Date Weekly Reporting to Begin: August 8, 2021
    Order Free Weekly Meals for Virtual Learning Students; Pick up on Mondays at School

    Order free weekly meals for virtual students. Free breakfast and lunch meals are available to children who are enrolled in the Bulloch County Virtual Learning Program.


    Complete this online order form by Sunday, August 1, at 6 p.m., to order your week's supply of meals for the first week of school.


    Thereafter, please order by each Thursday at 8 p.m. for your following week's supply of meals.


    Pick up is each Monday morning from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., at the elementary school for your school zone.  Please note that middle and high schools are not pick up sites.  You will pick up food for your middle or high school student at the elementary school  your home is zoned for that links to your middle and high school. 


    If you have any questions please contact the School Nutrition Office at 912-212-8620.

    Return to School Plan for Illness & Infection Mitigation for 2021-2022

    This is Bulloch County Schools’ Return-to-School Plan for 2021-2022 in regards to the mitigation of any illness and infections. Please review the plan's information.


    If you have questions, need more information, or would like to offer feedback to our return-to-school plan and its safety protocols, contact 912.212.8500 or contact us by email.


    For COVID-19, the State of Georgia is not currently under a state of emergency for public health. To help further mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Bulloch County Schools will implement our Return-to-School Plan, and implement the Georgia Department of Public Health's requirements to the best of our reasonable ability, while we also balance the overall safety and academic and social-emotional wellbeing of our students.


    Back-to-School Information for 2021-2022

    The first day of school for the 2021-2022 school year is Monday, August 2.


    This is important information to know as we go back to school. For more information, visit our Back-to-School Toolkit on our website.


    Register for School

    All student registration can be done online via any Internet-enabled device you have. If you are unable to register online or need assistance, you may make an appointment with your zoned school to use their computer kiosks. High school offices are open throughout the summer, and elementary and middle school offices will reopen on July 8. If you don't know your school zone, find it here.

    Open House for Schools

    All of Bulloch County Schools’ elementary, middle and high schools will host open houses for students and their families. This is a time to receive important information, meet teachers, and more.


    Please note that for families of pre-kindergarten, rising sixth-grade, and rising ninth-grade students, your schools may host additional open houses for just your grade levels.  If they do, your schools will communicate this information with you and place it on their websites and social media.


    These are the dates and times of our open houses:

    • Traditional Learning (face-to-face): Thursday, July 29, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. for elementary schools and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for middle and high schools. These open houses are held at each individual school.
    • Virtual Learning Program: Thursday, July 29, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., in the William James Educational Complex Cafeteria, located at 150 Williams Road in Statesboro. Guests may enter the entrance marked with the letter E on the east side of the building under the portico. Families will receive important orientation information, meet teachers, and check out needed technology devices.

    School Supplies

    Elementary and middle schools will post their schools’ supply lists on their websites and social media. Supplies for high school students are course specific, so teachers will make students aware of any needed supplies the first day of school. 


    First Day of School – Attendance Matters

    The first day of school is Monday, Aug. 2.  Attendance matters each day, so please help us set the standard by ensuring that all children are at school on the first day and arrive on time.  A complete 2021-2022 School Calendar is available of the district website.


    First Day Traffic Reminders

    Please remember that school car line wait times will be longer and traffic heavier the first few weeks of school before some children transition to riding school buses.  Please allow plenty of time to arrive safely and on time. Each school's start and end time is listed on our website.


    New Year-New Faces - School administrators in new roles

    Multiple schools have new leaders for the 2021-2022 school year.  For a complete list of the principals and assistant principals assigned to each school, visit the school district's list of school websites.


    School Safety:

    Bulloch County Schools has visitor protocols in place, and all schools use an electronic visitor check-in system, called CheckMate. While all schools will use a supervised open-door policy the first two weeks of the school year to accommodate new and young students and their families, on Aug. 16, strict adherence to school system visitor protocols will begin.


    On that date, to ensure the safety of all adults and children in the schools, all visitors will be required to present a state-issued picture identification card or driver’s license to gain entry past the secured areas of any of the school district’s schools.  Should a visitor not have a state-issued identification card, other acceptable forms of picture identification may be accepted at the discretion of school administrators.


    School administrators have the authority to ask any visitor to explain his or her presence in a school building. Review the school district’s visitor protocols and frequently asked questions on our website.


    Online Tools to Assist Families

    • Online Registration: All new student registration for Bulloch County Schools’ students is done online, either via the district's website or via computer kiosks at all schools during school hours. Families have convenient 24-7 access to use the online registration tool from anywhere and from any Internet-enabled device.  Visit to begin. High school offices are open throughout the summer, and elementary and middle school offices will reopen on July 8, if you need assistance.
    • Online Campus Parent & Campus Student: Parents and students have enjoyed 24-7 online access to attendance, class schedules, assignments, grades, report cards and announcements through Campus Parent Portal (Campus Portal) for almost 10 years. To better serve you, Campus Portal has been upgraded to Campus Parent and Campus Student. Visit the school district’s website or speak with your school’s media specialist about the use of these free online tools.
    • Back-to-School Toolkit: Visit our one-stop online resource for all our back-to-school information.

    All Children Eat for Free

    For the 2021-2022 school year, all children will receive free breakfast and free lunch. This is made possible by the United States Department of Agriculture’s continued extension of its Seamless Summer Feeding program in response to COVID-19.  Students may still purchase second servings and non-menu a-la-carte items. The MySchoolBucks website and mobile app are still available to manage meal account funds online.


    Order free weekly meals for Virtual Learning Program students. Pick up each monday.


    Returning Students - Confirm and Update Information

    If your child is a returning student, please take a moment to confirm and update your child's information for 2021-2022. An email link was sent to parents or you may use your Infinite Campus Account.


    Prior to the first day of each academic year, parents or guardians are expected to login to their Infinite Campus Parent account to verify and update student and family information. During this process parents will provide updated contact information, inform the school of changes to household membership, communicate changes to student health information, and acknowledge all annual notices required by Bulloch County Schools or governing state and federal laws.


    It it critical that this be completed by all parents each year by August 31, so that school staff have the necessary information to provide services to your child and maintain communication with you throughout the year for both emergency and academic purposes.

    If you have a returning student, we require families to confirm their information and make any necessary updates.You may follow these directions to complete this task.

    • Login to your Infinite Campus Parent Account
    • You will be on the Announcements page. 
    • Click on the "More" link from the site's menu. 
    • Click on the "Online Registration" link from the options.
    • Select "Update information for student(s) who are currently enrolled in this district"  if your child is a returning student.  If you have a brand new student, who will attend school with us for the first time, select the "Register student(s) who have never been enrolled in this district."
    • Follow the on-screen prompts to update your child's information for the new school year.
    • Be sure to hit the "Submit" button.
    • You will receive a confirmation email that your information was received and processed properly.


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    Stilson Elementary School is a Leader in Me school. Leader in Me has been implemented effectively and successfully at schools around the world to address the social and emotional learning needs of the whole child. Through the program we teach children to identify and celebrate the leader within themselves through direct teaching, practice, and application of the seven habits. The paradigms of The Leader in Me teach students and teachers lifelong leadership skills they will carry outside the walls of the school to help ensure success in future careers and to build positive relationships with others.

    Habit 1: Be Proactive 
    Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind 
    Habit 3: Put First Things First 
    Habit 4: Think Win-Win 
    Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
    Habit 6: Synergize 
    Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw 

    Learn more about Leader in Me