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Today: 6/21/17


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



Brooklet Elementary School Beliefs:


  • Students should have the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential.
  • Instruction should be student focused, data driven, based on the strengths and weaknesses of our students.
  • Teachers should strive to meet the individual needs of all students.
  • Student goal setting for performance on assessments facilitates student motivation and shared responsibility for learning.


 BES Chosen As A "Highest-Performing" Reward School

For the fifth 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.”

Welcome to Brooklet Elementary School

Brooklet Elementary School's mission is "To prepare our students to be lifelong learners."


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for Parents & Guardians

Click Here to Participate

2016-17 Georgia School Climate Parent Survey

for your child's school


For more information please follow the link below to learn more about it from the GADOE site.


School Climate from GADOE



Annual School Choice/Transfer Window is Open May 1 - May 19, 2017


In accordance with state law (O.C.G.A.~ 20-2-2131), parents or guardians, who have a child enrolled in a public school, may request to transfer the child to another public school within the Bulloch County School System, as long as the school district has determined that there is available classroom space at the school after all assigned students have been enrolled. Bulloch County Schools annually accepts school choice/transfer requests during the month of May. The window for public school choice/transfers (HB251) for the 2017-2018 school year is open Monday, May 1, at 7:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 19. For complete information, a Transfer Request Form, and a list of schools with available classroom space, visit www.bullochschools.org/schoolchoice.


Kindergarten Registration Dates Set

2017-2018 School Year


Kindergarten Registration Flyer


Registration Checklist


Bulloch County Schools has set dates to register your Kindergarten age children for the 2017-2018 school year.


For more information visit www.bullochschools.org/kindergarten.


Bulloch County Schools Strategic Purpose

Motto:  "Preparing Students for Success and Enhancing

                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.


The Motto of Brooklet Elementary School is:








BES Art Class Project

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Students at Brooklet Elementary School have been working to design images for trash barrels.  The trash barrels will be used within the community and primarily for the Brooklet Peanut Festival.  Students will be creating a total of 20 trash barrels and there will be five different designs, so look for many beautiful trash barrels in the community.


Brooklet Elementary is proud to work with the City of Brooklet on this community project.  The project is a great way to help students feel a spirit of pride for the community in which they live.