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Today: 2/6/16


GaDOE Annual School Climate Survey - Parent Link

Bulloch County Schools encourage parents to participate in the GaDOE School Climate Survey. The survey gives you an opportunity to offer feedback about the climate and safety of our local schools. The deadline to participate is Feb. 26.


School climate refers to the quality and character of school life. School climate sets the tone for all the learning and teaching done in the school environment, and it is predictive of students’ ability to learn and develop in healthy ways.


If you have a child enrolled in Bulloch County Schools and want to take the Georgia Parent Survey.  CLICK HERE.  Complete one survey for each school where you have a child. Please encourage your child's other parent to participate as well. A link to the survey is posted on the district website, and is accessible via any Internet-enabled device.


All feedback is anonymous and no raw data is seen or processed by Bulloch County Schools. The online surveys are submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education. 



Brooklet Elementary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies:

Mr. Marlin Baker, Principal


Welcome to Brooklet Elementary School

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Brooklet Elementary School's mission is to prepare children to be life-long learners in our ever-changing society.


BES - Eric L. Bulloch County Top Speller


Eric Lim, a fifth-grade student at Brooklet Elementary, earned the title of 2016 Bulloch County Spelling Bee Champion on Monday night. 

Bulloch's top speller now advances to the District 8 Spelling Bee at Savannah State University on Feb. 27. 

Congratulations, Eric!!

The District 8 winner will advance to the state spelling bee and possibly to Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C.


Bulloch County Schools Strategic Waivers School System Application
Bulloch County Schools is applying to the State Board of Education to become a Strategic Waivers School System (SWSS/IE2).  The SWSS Application is available here for public view.  
The Bulloch County Board of Education is hosting a public meeting, Speak Up for Education, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 6 :00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., at Statesboro High School. At this public meeting, the community will have an opportunity to hear more about the SWSS Application and provide input at this meeting.  For more information about Speak Up for Education, SWSS and the school system's application process, visit www.bulloch.k12.ga.us/speakupforeducation

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Pre-K Registration - March 1-11, 2016


Pre-Kindergarten Registration, for the 2016-17 year, is March 1 – 11. Parents or legal guardians may register children for pre-k during this two-week period. You do not have to bring your child to registration. For the most up-to-date information about this year’s registration process, evening registration times, lottery drawing dates, required documentation and guidelines, visit our website at 



Bulloch County Schools now has 12 Georgia Pre-Kindergarten Program sites. Our state-funded sites are located at our nine elementary schools and our three high schools. Our newest site is Statesboro High School, which is now an approved state pre-k program.  Across the district we have a total of 19 classrooms, with space for 416 children. 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.


Registration packets can be picked up at each of our Pre-K locations during regular school hours.


Bulloch County Schools Strategic Purpose

Motto:  "College and Career Readiness and Community Value"

Vision:    By 2020, we will be a state leader in academic

                achievement, cost effectiveness, and competitive

                workforce development. We will accomplish this

                by enabling our employees and working with

                community stakeholders to create innovative

                and effective solutions for success.

Mission:  To prepare our students for college and career

                readiness in an education model that is economically

                valuable to our community.



BES Students, Chromebooks and i-Ready

BES students are beginning to learn how to use our Chromebooks and our web-based program, i-Ready.



 BES Chosen As A "Highest-Performing" Reward School

For the fourth consecutive year, Brooklet Elementary School was chosen as a "Highest-Performing School" by the Georgia Department of Education. According to the GADOE website, "A “Highest-Performing School" is a Title I school among the top 5% of Title I schools in the State that has the highest absolute performance over three years for the “all students” group on statewide assessments."

“These schools are shining examples of what we can achieve in public education in Georgia,” said State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge. “I want to take what’s working at our Reward Schools and replicate that in every school in the state. These are the schools making education work for all Georgians.”