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Grounds & Facilities Maintenance

Bulloch County Schools' Grounds & Facilities Maintenance is responsible for the ongoing custodial support, landscaping, maintenance, energy use management, utilities management, and minor construction and repair of the interior and exterior of the school system's 15 schools and their athletic/playground facilities, central office, bus garages, transportation and technology annex, and school food services annex. This encompasses more than 1.7 million sq. ft. of internal/external space and nearly 1,000 acres of landscaping space to maintain. This department is tasked with keeping our learning environments clean, comfortable, healthy and well maintained to be good stewards of our community's investment.


Since 2003 the BOE has leveraged Bulloch County’s growth as a regional retail sales and tourism hub to fund capital improvement needs for local public schools. This is done by requesting that an E-SPLOST referendum be placed on an election ballot for voters. This practice reduces the need or extent of property taxes or future millage rate increases. E-SPLOSTs also causes the tax burden to be shared more fairly among property and non-property owners.

The three previous E-SPLOSTs generated approximately $148 million. This allowed the BOE to successfully complete these and other projects: build six new schools; renovate and expand seven additional schools; build three high school athletic complexes; partner with the Statesboro Bulloch County Parks & recreation facility to build the Mill Creek Regional Park Tennis Center  and upgrade the softball and baseball facilities for school and SBCP&RD use; meet the demands of a digital age by providing faculty and students with instructional technology, wireless Internet infrastructure, increased Internet bandwidth and fiber connections; improved the district’s telecommunications system and information systems support; and add additional buses to the school system’s fleet for the daily transport of more than 5,400 children.



The Operations Office is responsible for  Transportation , School Choice School Zone Transfers through House Bill 251, School Nutrition Services, Grounds & Facilities Maintenance, facilities planning, school safety, EMA/Homeland Security/NIMS, and Title IX Compliance for athletics.


The Bulloch County Board of Education's Transportation Department provides approximately 4,900 students with service to and from 16 schools. The mission of the Transportation Department is to safely transport students to school each morning in a frame of mind ready to learn and then return them home safely each afternoon.