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Safety Alert - April 1, 2020: Schools closed through May 22 (Updated 4/21)
Posted 4/1/20

April 21, 2020 Update:  Schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. For Bulloch County Schools, this is through May 22. Governor Brian Kemp closed all public K-12 schools statewide on April 1. Governor Kemp's plan to reopen some businesses, does not include public schools.


April 1, 2020 Update: Schools are closed for the remainder of school year, which for Bulloch County Schools is May 22. These missed days will not be made up.  At this time due to the uncertainty of further shelter-in-place orders, we are unable to determine if we will be able to host our traditional summer school for high school students at our schools.  For now, we also do not know if the 2020-2021 school year will be affected.  For now the new school year will begin on August 3 as scheduled. Monitor our telephone, email, social media, news media and/or our dedicated COVID-19 website for further updates about how this affects our operations and answers to your specific questions. We ask for your continued patience.


Governor Brian Kemp and members of the state's Novel Coronavirus team hosted a press conference at the Capitol on April 1. Governor Kemp issued an executive order that requires all residents to shelter in place from Friday. April 3 - April 13, and he closed all public schools through the end of the their respecitve school years. For Bulloch County Schools this is May 22. The shelter-in-place order has now been extended by the state until April 30.


We know this will generate many questions. Please know that our leadership has been working hard since March 15, to plan for many different scenarios. We continue to ask for your patience and understanding as we communicate plans and answers to your questions. Visit our the frequently asked questions section of our Novel Coronavirus website for answers to your questions and post your additional questions. Remain calm and adhere to public health guidelines so that we can all do our part to remain safe and healthy.