2015-2016 REGISTRATION INFORMATION
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Class of 2015
Saturday, May 30, 2015
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SUMMER ENRICHMENT ASSIGNMENTS
to access the summer enrichment assignments for Pre-AP and AP classes. All summer assignments are due on the first day of school to the teacher of the course. Teacher contact information is provided for each class.
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Senior Pictures for the Class of 2016
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Summer 2015 Atlanta Division FBI Teen Academy
All high school students are eligible to attend the Summer 2015 Atlanta Division FBI Teen Academy on Saturday, August 1, 2015. Due to the vast diversity in the work force, any student with interest in the FBI, what they do, and how a relationship with the FBI can help their school is encouraged to apply.
ACT NOW! The deadline to apply is July 3, 2015. Please complete the application checklist found below.
SHS Summer Volleyball Camp
Come join the fastest growing tradition at SHS! The SHS Volleyball team is hosting its annual Volleyball Camp
July 13-16, 2015.
The camp will be split into three sessions:
8:30 - 10:30: "Mighty Mights" (2nd grade - 6th grade)
11:00 - 1:00: Beginners (7th grade - 12th grade) designed for campers who have never played volleyball
1:30-4:00: "Elite Camp" (7th grade - 12th grade) designed for players who have competed in middle or high school volleyball.
The cost is $60 per child. Registration is now open! Please download the registration form by clicking on the attachment below.
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Tweet Your Dreams!
The Statesboro Herald, East Georgia State College, and Ogeechee Technical College are coming together to host a Tweet Your Dreams Scholarship Contest. All graduating seniors in Bulloch County, pursuing a post-graduate education are encouraged to participate.
How it works: Tweet your plans for the future to @BoroHerald using #TweetYourDreams from Monday, May 18th - Thursday, May 28th.
Voting will occur May 29-June 9 (I vote per day). The winning finalist receiving the most votes will win a $500 scholarship from The Statesboro Herald.
Please see the attached flyer for more details.
Adrian Peterson's All Sport Girls' Camp
All girls ages 5-18 are invited to an All Sports Day Camp with Adrian Peterson! The camp will be held at Statesboro High School on Friday, June 5, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. until Noon.
Campers will spend time with Adrian and his wife Angela learning about setting goals and how to reach them, respect, how hard work pays off and maximizing your strengths, along with skills on training, agility, and overall fitness.
For $55, campers will also receive a t-shirt, lunch, and a signed photo.
Register now at www.adrianpeterson3.com or by downloading a registration form attached below.
Congrats to the 2015-2016 Marching Blue Devils
Click the attachment below for the 2015-2016 Marching Blue Devils Drum Line and Guard Roster. Congratulations!!
Final Senior Transcripts
Graduating seniors need to complete a "final" transcript request form for the college/university/tech school of their choice. The $3.00 fee needs to be paid to Ms. Morgan in the front office. These transcripts will be completed and mailed between the middle and end of June.
House Bill 91 - Diploma Recovery
More than 8,000 Georgians could now be eligible to receive their high school diplomas under a new law signed by Governor Nathan Deal on March 30. House Bill 91 – Diploma Recovery, which was sponsored by state Rep. Brooks Coleman (R-Duluth), retroactively eliminates certain state tests that are no longer required for graduation.
The law helps current and former students, who met all other academic requirements for graduation, but who did not receive a high school diploma because they were unable to pass a portion(s) of multi-part state exams. The law extends to the following state exams: Georgia High School Graduation Test; the Georgia High School Writing Test; and the Georgia Basic Skills Test, which was first administered in 1981.
The new law allows these Georgians to petition their high school or school board where they were enrolled, to determine current eligibility for their diploma instead of going through the lengthy process of requesting a waiver from the state education board.
The law also retroactively eliminates the Georgia High School Graduation Test as a requirement for students who took the test between 1994 (when the test was established) and the present. A State Board of Education Rule in 2011 eliminated the GHSGT as a requirement for graduation, but that elimination did not extend to students who had previously taken the test.
If any current or former student of Bulloch County Schools believes that he or she qualifies for a high school diploma under the new law, he or she should complete the school system’s petition form and submit it to the last high school that he or she attended. The petition form as well as frequently asked questions about this process is available at www.bulloch.k12.ga.us.
Materials from Rising 9th Grade Orientation
A huge thank you to all parents and students who joined us for rising ninth grade orientation. We hope you left with a better understanding of how high school will be for your child! If you were unable to be at orientation, we have published the information online for you. Please click the link below to see an informational packet that was discussed. You are welcome to contact our guidance office for any questions or concerns you have. We are looking forward to having the Class of 2019 join us next year!
Health Career Camp 2015
Current 9th-12 graders are invited to attend the Magnolia Coastlands AHEC Health Career Camp on June 15-18, 2015 at Georgia Southern University. For $25, campers will be provided meals and snacks, and participate in a variety of activities including:
For more information, please contact Rachel Kirkland, Health Careers Coordinator at (912) 478-1590 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bulloch County's School Climate
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