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Penny Sikes Math Tournament
9184 Brooklet/Denmark Hwy
Attendance Fax: 842-8468
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Safe and Drug-Free School and Communities Survey Passive Parental Permission Form
Spirit Jerseys on sale now in the school store. Preorder now:
$35 for regular sizes and $38 for plus sizes.
Jackets Buzz to Top-3 at State Cheer Finals
Squad Takes Third Place in GHSA AAA Cheerleading Championships
SEBHS Yellow Jackets
Congratulations to HOSA members Amy Cooper: 3rd place Researched Persuasive Speaking, Miacela Wert and Katelyn Walker: top 5 CPR and First Aid, Robin Tanaka Blitch: Top 5 Medical Math and Cierra Jordan: Top 15 Veterinary Science.
Hayley Fritch was elected and installed HOSA State Vice President.
Fritch and Cooper will represent GA HOSA and SEBHS at National HOSA Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA in June.
SEBHS was absolutely fantastic at the GMEA Concert! They received a standing ovation! They really represented our Bulloch County Schools well!
Congratulations to our SEB teams that participated in the Area 4 Jr. and Sr. Nursery/Landscape competition. In the Jr. competition, Logan Sauls took 1st place; Frannie Sanders, 2nd place; Laura Beth Bland, 3rd place and Meredith Greene, 4th place. In the Sr. competition, Hayden Farthing placed 1st, Bryan Piet 2nd place, Mollie Cromley, 3rd place and Lauren Stringer, 4th place. SEB will represent the Central Region at the State Competition in March!
SECME and Science Olympiad Update:
SECME and Science Olympiad Update:
12 students were able to compete in regionals recently in 23 events that hit all the major areas of Science and Engineering. (Nick Thorne, Yining Zheng, Annie Mullins, Lauren Boddiford, Lainey Forbes, Brianna Rhodes, Elijah Jewell, Gabriel Petkewich, Cameron May, Alan Upchurch, Cash Owens, Jonathan Saviskas)
Overall our team placed 5th!!! Fantastic result considering it was our first time competing.
Individual Winners (Medalists)
4th Place Green Generation (Environmental Science): Elijah Jewell and Annie Mullins
3rd Place Scrambler (Weight Propelled Automobile): Annie Mullins
2nd Place GeoLogic Mapping (Geologic and Topographic Sciences): Cash Owens and Nick Thorne
1st Place Write It/Do It (Engineering Description and Construction): Gabriel Petkewich and Alan Upchurch
1st Place Compound Machines (Physics: Simple Machines): Lauren Boddiford, with Annie Mullins assisting
1st Place Fossils (Paleontology): Annie Mullins, with Elijah Jewell Assisting
Statesboro Library Study Buddies
New program beginning January 20th
The Statesboro Library is partnering with community volunteers to provide homework help every Tuesday afternoon from 5PM until 7:30 PM in the Upstairs Computer Lab. The program is first come, first serve so be sure to arrive on time ready to work to guarantee a spot.
We will have "blocks" for recommended times for the various grade levels. This provides a concentration on each level specifically although help will not be limited to one level of education at any time. Our recommended times are:
5pm – 5:45pm Elementary School
5:45pm – 6:45pm Middle School
6:45pm – 7:30pm High School
For more information, please visit the Statesboro Regional Library or call William Sack (912-764-1346) or LeJenae Johnson (912-764-1341).
The Statesboro Regional Library does not allow children under the age of 13 to be in the building unaccompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 13 must be signed by an adult to participate in this program. Standard printing rates apply.
Swim Beach Towel Fundraiser
Hayley Fritch and Robin Tanaka Blitch, HOSA members were selected as finalists for the Health IT Student Innovation Award held on Nob. 20 in Atlanta. They placed in the top 3 and will receive $1,000.00 award.
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Student Parking for 2014-2015
Student Insurance Enrollment Form
Radio News Report
Listen to our SEBHS news reported by Molly Cromley and Hayden Farthing on 8:50AM, 12:40AM and 107.3FM. Keep informed!
Graduation Test Registration Form
FCCLA Students Take Gold & Silver at Nationals
Portal, SEB and Statesboro high students all post top honors
Four students, who are members of their high schools’ Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapters, brought home Gold and Silver medals from three separate National STAR competitions held July 6, during the 70th Annual National FCCLA Leadership Conference at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX. Competing in Nutrition and Wellness, Focus of Children, and Recycle and Redesign, students from Portal, Southeast Bulloch and Statesboro High schools all achieved national honors.
Moshami Patel, and Rima Patel of Statesboro High took home Gold for their project “Dig Into Cancer,” in the Focus on Children category. Both are seniors and three-year members of FCCLA.
Kayla Campbell of Southeast Bulloch High, won Silver for her project “Eco Dress,” in the Recycle and Redesign category. Campbell created a wearable and functional dress made from plastic grocery bags, trash bags and twist ties.