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Transitions Learning Center

Bulloch County Schools

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    Report COVID-19 absences

    Report a COVID-19-related absences online with any digital device. You no longer need to call your school. 


    When should I submit a COVID-19 absence report?

    • The student or employee has tested positive for COVID.
    • The student or employee has COVID symptoms and has either not been tested or is awaiting test results.
    • The student or employee has been a close contact to someone who has tested positive, and as a result is making the choice to quarantine.


    Use this online reporting tool to submit a COVID absence report.

    COVID-19 Weekly Reports

    Bulloch County Schools will provide a weekly report of confirmed-positive cases of COVID-19 and close contacts identified through evidence-based protocols. School nurses will provide a weekly report to the Georgia Department Public Health, and the school district will provide that same data to the public on this website. Reporting resumed on August 1, in prepartation for the school district's first day of school, which was August. 2, 2021.


    View the school district's weekly reports here.

    Order Free Meals Online

    Order free weekly meals for virtual students. Free breakfast and lunch meals are available to children who are enrolled in the Bulloch County Virtual Learning Program and children who are isolated or quarantined at home temporarily due to COVID-19.


    Complete this online order form  to order your week's supply of meals for pick up each Monday.


    Please order by each Thursday at 8 p.m. for your following week's supply of meals.


    Pick up is each Monday morning from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., at the elementary school for your school zone.  Please note that middle and high schools are not pick up sites.  You will pick up food for your middle or high school student at the elementary school  your home is zoned for that links to your middle and high school. 


    If you have any questions please contact the School Nutrition Office at 912-212-8620.

    Slow the Spread of Infectious Illness in Schools

    This is Bulloch County Schools’ Return-to-School Plan for 2021-2022 in regards to the mitigation of any infectious illness. Please review the plan's information. It is updated regularly as guidance changes. Also use our Daily Health Guide for Employees & Students to know when to isolate or quarantine.


    If you have questions, need more information, or would like to offer feedback to our return-to-school plan and its safety protocols, contact 912.212.8500 or contact us by email.


    For COVID-19, the State of Georgia is not currently under a state of emergency for public health. To help further mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Bulloch County Schools will implement our Return-to-School Plan, and implement the Georgia Department of Public Health's requirements to the best of our reasonable ability, while we also balance the overall safety and academic and social-emotional wellbeing of our students.


    The Daily Health Guide for Employees and Students is helpful to recognize symptoms of a possible illness, and to know when to isolate or quarantine.



    Welcome to Transitions Learning Center

    The Transitions Learning Center is one of three alternative learning centers which serve the unique educational needs of children in Bulloch County.  The Transitions Learning Center serves students in sixth through twelfth-grade who have been referred to the program and need a more non-traditional learning environment to help ensure their success.

    It is designed to provide a smaller, safe learning area where students can focus on academics instead of the social issues that affect some students at larger school settings. The Center has many strengths that we believe lead to student success. Each of these factors translates into student motivation, academic achievement, and school success:

    • Certified teachers with high expectations and willingness to invest in the success of each student.
    • Teachers who can work one-on-one with students as needed to ensure learning is occurring daily.
    • Teachers who provide an environment that fosters positive behaviors and academic growth.
    • Tutors, high school teachers and Georgia Southern University students who rotate throughout each classroom to meet with students and enrich the curriculum being taught within the E-2020 online curriculum.
    • A counselor to provide not only graduation and post-secondary guidance, but social and emotional learning support.