- One 13 year perfect attendance award.
- Honor Band/Chorus/Reading. 87 Scholars.
- National Drill Team Champions. Rutland High School. 18 Scholars.
- Academic Team. Miller Middle School. They will be competing in the National Championship Contest. May 28-31. 11 Scholars.
- Middle Georgia Invitational Academic Bowl. Central High School. 1st Place. 5 Scholars.
- Young Georgia Authors. 12 Scholars.
- High School Literary Competition. 27 Scholars.
- National History Day. 28 Scholars.
- High Schools That Work - Award of Educational Achievement. 29 Scholars.
- Career and Technical Instruction State Board. 1 Scholar from Hutchings Career Center.
- DECA Award. Howard High School and Northeast High School.
- FBLA Award. Hutchings Career Center.
- FBLA State Competition. 6 Scholars.
- FCCLA. 3 Scholars.
- Georgia Career Student Association. 4 Scholars.
- SKILLS USA. 2 Scholars
- National Financial Capability Challenge. 6 Scholars.
I was impresssed with the number of Scholars who have represented the system in State and even National Competitions this past year. Unfortunately, we the citizens of Bibb County are not aware of our School System's achievements.
Twenty-Nine Employees of the Bibb System were recognized for their achievements on the occasion of their retirement.
Three citizens of Bibb County addressed the Board and presented a petition signed by over 2000 people requesting that the Bible be taught in our Schools.
May 20, 2010: I attended a Called Board Meeting which enacted the 2010-2011 School Calendar and revised the Work Days.
The Board also approved the closure of the Joseph N. Neel Academy.
The Board approved the Ombudsman Program.
The Board tabled consideration of a reduction in Transportation Services agenda item.
The Board announced the new principals for the four Grant High Schools.
May 26, 2010: I attended this Called meeting which announced the selection of a Firm that will conduct a Nationwide Search for a new superintendent.
Published by Alan Thiese
Candidate for Post 8, Bibb County Georgia School Board