Parents and guardians are invited to complete the annual Title I Parent Involvement Survey regarding the services funded through Title I in the Bibb County School District.
The Bibb County School District is excited to announce Brian Butler, a science teacher from Rutland High School, has been named a finalist for the 2016 Georgia Teacher of the Year. Mr. Butler is one of 10 teachers from throughout the state selected as a finalist.
The Bibb County School District will host a Kindergarten Registration Roundup for the 2015-2016 school year throughout April and May
The latest edition of The Board Brief, a summary of the information and recognitions presented and actions taken at the Board of Education’s Committee and Board Meetings on April 16, 2015, is now available.
The voluntary transfer process for employees begins Monday, April 13 and ends Friday, April 24.
The newsletter is created and distributed by the Department of Communications/Community and School Affairs as a means to inform the community of student, school and District events, announcements and highlights.
The Bibb County School District is transitioning to a more traditional math sequence option called the Georgia Standards of Excellence beginning with the 2015-2016 school year.
Click on the headline to view the academic calendars for 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.
On Tuesday, March 17, Board members approved a plan for the District to operate as an Investing in Educational Excellence (IE²) School System.
This affects all employees who may have had insurance through the district last year.
We are excited to announce the Bibb County School District has been approved to participate in the Community Eligibility Program for the 2014-2015 school year! Effective immediately, all students in the district are now eligible for school meals – breakfast and lunch – at no charge to the student.