Recent News

BCHS host Satilla EMC Wiring

BCHS FFA hosted the Satilla EMC wiring practice to all surrounding high schools planning to participate in the wiring contest held at BCHS later next month. The BCHS FFA chapter had both Kurt Adams and Eli Griffin attend the wiring practice along with Mr. Mike Slice and Mr. JR Miles. A total of ten counties attended the wiring practice and we can’t wait to see the amazing work these young adults accomplish during the wiring contest next month! The Bacon County High School FFA would like to thank all the counties that attended along with Mr. Andy Varnadoe and Crystal Gill of Satilla REMC and Mr. Jerry Stone who is the South Region Agricultural Education Mechanics teacher for helping make this event a success!

Okefenokee Swamp visits BCES

Mrs. Katie from Okefenokee Swamp taught BCES 5th graders a science lesson on vertebrates and invertebrates, and how to classify animals in those categories. She brought some special animal visitors and the students made observations to classify them into the correct groups.

BCHS Football Cheerleaders Support Breast Cancer Awareness

BCHS Football Cheerleaders supported Breast Cancer awareness month in October by wearing pink ribbons, bows and cheering with pink pom poms!
The cheerleaders purchased shirts from the Bacon County Hospital & Health Systems and had a 50/50 raffle to raise money for the breast cancer unit at the Bacon County Hospital! They raised $464.00‼️ Way to go BC‼️

BCMS Competition Cheer Places 3rd

November 1st, BCMS Competition Cheer squad competed at Wayne County High in the Southeast Georgia Middle School Athletic Conference and finished third. These ladies are rising stars and continue to make us BCProud!

BCHS Competition Cheerleaders Place 3rd

The BCHS Competition Cheerleaders finished 3rd in their Area Competition this past Saturday at Ola High School. There were 7 schools in their Area and a total of 25 A schools from the state of Georgia at the competition. We are #BCPROUD of these ladies and their outstanding coaches!
They will compete this Saturday in Macon at 10:00 am at the Macon Coliseum.

BCHS Cross Country Advances to State!

For the first time in BC history, both Boys and Girls Cross Country teams advanced to the GHSA State meet. Coach Alison Lee, and her teams traveled to Carrollton, Georgia and brought back a record of boys 21/30 and girls 22/26. Dylan Dixon had the best overall time with a 17.37 and scored 15th over all‼️ Congratulations to these outstanding Red Raiders!

National School Psychology Week

November 7-11, is National School Psychology Week‼️ Please join us in celebrating Mrs. Karen Lamb‼️ We are thankful for her and all that she does for BCSD‼️

Soft Skills in a Work Environment

In Mrs. Tiffany Ross’ Business Communication Class, students are learning the importance of soft skills in the workplace. Sandy Roman acts out the term employability discouragement while her classmates attempt to figure out what term she chose. While in the following photo, students learned that success often comes after failure. They learned about many famous people that received rejections before succeeding. Students participated in an activity where they threw a ball at the wall, the ball bounced back quickly depending on how hard it was thrown. Then students threw eggs at the wall. The eggs splattered and fell. Students were asked if they want to be a "ball" person or an "egg" person. We should all strive to be a "ball" and bounce back and not let our failures or rejections get us down.
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