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Bulloch Schools to provide free lunch to all students in 12 schools

Bulloch Schools to provide free lunch to all students in 12 schools

All students in the system will continue to receive free breakfast, but six additional schools have qualified for free lunch for all students, regardless of family income and with no application process, under the Community Eligibility Provision.
Statesboro/Bulloch County Collaborative Group to host back to school bash Saturday

Statesboro/Bulloch County Collaborative Group to host back to school bash Saturday

This event aims to support local students by providing essential school supplies such as backpacks, notebooks, and pencils at no cost.
Two student teams from OTC shine at national SkillsUSA competition with dual silver medals

Two student teams from OTC shine at national SkillsUSA competition with dual silver medals

Ogeechee Tech students Hayden Lupton, Samuel McNeely, Seth Warren, Dalton Flanders, and Michael "Gabe" Morris recently placed at the national SkillsUSA competition in Atlanta.
Kid's World's Summer Transition Program prepares rising kindergartners — and their families — for success

Kid's World's Summer Transition Program prepares rising kindergartners — and their families — for success

Kindergarten here they come! Congratulations to the graduates of Kid's World Learning Center's five-week Summer Transition Program. The children, and their parents, received vital support as they prepare for the fall.
HCA Healthcare's South Atlantic Division announces HCA Healthcare's $650,000 gift to Savannah State University

HCA Healthcare's South Atlantic Division announces HCA Healthcare's $650,000 gift to Savannah State University

The gift marks a significant contribution to their 3-year, $10 million commitment to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs).
Take Bulloch County Schools' CTAE survey by July 9

Take Bulloch County Schools' CTAE survey by July 9

High school families in Bulloch County are being asked to give input about career pathway programs in our schools. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
Resourcefulness, resilience drive spring 2024 Georgia Southern graduate to degree in public health

Resourcefulness, resilience drive spring 2024 Georgia Southern graduate to degree in public health

Donya Glenn earned his bachelor’s degree in public health from Georgia Southern in just three years. He credits the many student resources on campus for helping him excel as a student and graduate with no student loan debt. He's currently completing an internship at the Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, and next up, he plans to return to Southern and earn his MPH.
Statesboro youth flourish after completing Youth Career Commission program

Statesboro youth flourish after completing Youth Career Commission program

Youth in Statesboro, Georgia gained valuable life and career skills after completing a program at the Youth Career Commission. The YCC graduation ceremony highlighted the program's success in empowering young people and fostering a supportive community.
Karin Maria Fisher receives Fulbright Specialist Award to Malaysia at the Dyslexia Association of Sarawak

Karin Maria Fisher receives Fulbright Specialist Award to Malaysia at the Dyslexia Association of Sarawak

Georgia Southern's Karin Maria Fisher, PhD, was recently awarded a Fulbright Specialist Program grant to collaborate with the Dyslexia Association of Sarawak in Malaysia, fostering educational partnerships and knowledge exchange in the field of education.
Lt. Gov. Burt Jones applauds Hickman and Georgia Reads campaign

Lt. Gov. Burt Jones applauds Hickman and Georgia Reads campaign

Jones is commending the leaders of the campaign, including Senator Billy Hickman, for their commitment to improving literacy outcomes for all of Georgia’s students.