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GALLERY | Nevils Elementary School celebrates the Centennial Celebration of Nevils School

GALLERY | Nevils Elementary School celebrates the Centennial Celebration of Nevils School

Nevils Elementary School welcomed its students and families, plus all former alumni and staff on Saturday for a special centennial celebration. Browse the photo gallery and read through quotes from a few faculty and trailblazers such as Nan Rushing and Hugh T. Nesmith.
Children's Vegetable Garden begins March 7 at the Botanic Garden; Register now

Children's Vegetable Garden begins March 7 at the Botanic Garden; Register now

The Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern will welcome youngsters to its spring session of the Children's Vegetable Garden beginning Thursday, March 7, 2024. Participants will have the opportunity to grow, harvest, and taste produce in their own special area of the garden.
Literacy Luau is Tuesday evening at Statesboro High School

Literacy Luau is Tuesday evening at Statesboro High School

The free family-friendly event is fun for all ages and is open to all families in Bulloch County! Come enjoy free food, games, prizes, the Book Bus, and learning, all focused on encouraging reading skills.
Statesboro High named state AP Honor School in three categories

Statesboro High named state AP Honor School in three categories

The 2024 AP Honor Schools are named in eight categories based on the results of 2023 AP courses and exams. Statesboro High School was included on the list for AP Access and Support School, AP STEM School, and AP STEM Achievement School.
Bulloch County Schools 2024-2025 pre-kindergarten registration now open online

Bulloch County Schools 2024-2025 pre-kindergarten registration now open online

To be included in the lottery drawings for available spaces, please register online by 4 p.m., on March 15. Lottery drawings are Thursday, March 28, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. An evening, in-person registration will be held on Thursday, March 7, from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Bulloch County Board of Education's Central Office
George W. Strickland Jr. Foundation signs endowment worth $500,000 to fund The Strickland Promise

George W. Strickland Jr. Foundation signs endowment worth $500,000 to fund The Strickland Promise

By establishing The Strickland Promise, the board of Directors for the George W. Strickland Foundation will be providing scholarships for qualified Evans County graduating seniors. The scholarship will help offset costs remaining after all federal, state, and any other financial awards are applied to tuition.
Georgia Southern announces Fall 2023 Dean's List

Georgia Southern announces Fall 2023 Dean's List

Georgia Southern University recently recognized approximately 3,550 students for excellence in academics on the Fall 2023 Dean's List. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester.
Turning Commencement True Blue: Georgia Southern unveils custom-designed blue regalia

Turning Commencement True Blue: Georgia Southern unveils custom-designed blue regalia

For the first time in the University’s history, graduates participating in commencement ceremonies will now wear custom-designed blue regalia. Each gown features embroidered University seals on the front, with slight variations of design elements for master’s, education specialist and doctoral degree levels. 
Georgia Southern art professor wins global COVID-19 monument design contest

Georgia Southern art professor wins global COVID-19 monument design contest

Georgia Southern University Art Professor Casey Schachner has won a global design contest. Her design for the COVID-19 Monument of Honor, Remembrance, and Resilience, selected by the COVID-19 Monument Commission, will be unveiled in Chicago in spring 2025.
Project REACH Bulloch seeks input from African American and Hispanic/Latino community members

Project REACH Bulloch seeks input from African American and Hispanic/Latino community members

Researchers Drs. Stacy Smallwood and Kristina Patterson from Georgia Southern University invite African American and Hispanic/Latino/a community members to share their views on health and well-being in Statesboro and Bulloch County. Participants will receive $40 for their time, and childcare will be provided. The project is supported by seed funding from Georgia Southern University’s Faculty Research Council.