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Board Meeting Agenda

Note:  Posted agendas are tentative.  The agenda is subject to change either prior to the meeting as additional business needs require the Board's attention or during the meeting when the Board may vote to amend the agenda prior to a vote to adopt the agenda.

Work Session
Bulloch County Board of Education
William James Educational Complex
Central Office Board Room 
Thursday, March 26, 2020
6:30 P.M.

(The Board requests all cell phones be silenced.)

This meeting is closed to the public in order to comply with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention's public health notice and the City of Statesboro's executive order to not gather in groups of more than 10 people to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). 

The meeting will be live streamed and a video of the meeting will be posted.


   I. Convene

  II. Moment of Silence and Pledge of Allegiance

 III. Amend and Adopt the Agenda

 IV. Old Business

  • Capital Projects – Paving Bids for Brooklet Elementary School
  • Middle School Athletic Projects
  • Coastal Plains Charter Intergovernmental/Facility/Transportation Agreements

  V. Work Session

  • Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Update
  • Mental Health Services Follow Up

 VI. Executive Session

VII. Return to Open

VIII. Personnel Recommendations

IX. Adjourn

Can't Attend? Be There from Anywhere

The Board of Education's regular and work session meetings can be watched live or later and packets and presentations accessed via these links.

Public Participation at Board Meetings

At Regular Session meetings, the public may address the Board of Education concerning issues other than specific student or individual employee matters. These should be addressed in writing to the superintendent or the chairman of the Board of Education.  

To participate in the Public Participation segment of the meeting,

  • Public participation is included on the agenda of regular session meetings only. A time for public participation is not included on work session meeting agendas.
  • A person will sign their name and topic(s) of concern on the sign-in sheet located at the podium prior to 6:30 p.m., when the meeting begins.
  • A three-minute time limit is imposed for each speaker. A timer will appear on the screen in the Boardroom. A buzzer will sound when time expires. At this point the speak will have 10 seconds to conclude remarks. If remarks are not concluded, the speaker will be thanked for their comments and asked to yield the floor.
  • The passing of time to another person is not allowed.
  • No speaker shall indulge in personal attacks while speaking.
  • All comments are to be addressed directly to the Board of Education.
  • Personnel/Employee concerns should be addressed in writing to the Superintendent or Chairman of the Board of Education.

How to propose that a topic be added to a Board meeting agenda

Items of business for a Board meeting agenda may be suggested by Board members, school or district administrators, school district employees, parents, the public or anyone who has pertinent business to bring to the Board's attention. Suggested items of business must be submitted in writing to the Superintendent of Schools or Board of Education Chairman and received in the Office of the Superintendent at least seven days before the meeting in order to ensure consideration for inclusion on the written agenda.

Board of Education meetings are business meetings of the elected governing body of the school district. They are not town hall meetings; therefore, items of business may not be suggested from the floor for discussion nor can action be taken at the same meeting based on public input except at the discretion of the Board chairman or a majority of Board members present. The Board of Education does provide a listening session for public participation at each of its regular session meetings. 

Equal Opportunity Employment

No applicant for employment or employee of Bulloch County Schools is or will be denied equal opportunity because of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, status as a parent, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service or other non-merit based factors.  These protections extend to all management practices and decisions, including recruitment and hiring practices, appraisal systems, promotions, training and career development programs.


Mary Henley, Board Secretary & Custodian of Records
Superintendent's Office

Open Records Requests are processed by our custodian of records.