BCS: We have established a centralized location where BCS technology devices will be issued and replaced by appointment. The tech depot will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 9:00am & 1:00pm.
Scheduling of appointments can be done by either calling or using this online link: https://tinyurl.com/upqh47h
South Bryan Tech Depot:
Community Education Front Lobby
120 Constitution Drive, Richmond Hill, Ga 31324 Contact number: 912.531.3099
North Bryan Tech Depot:
Bryan County High School Front Lobby
1234 Camelia Drive, Pembroke, Ga 31321
Contact number: 912.704.1804
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Message from our Superintendent:
As we enter our second week of Digital Learning Days (DLD), we want to thank teachers, students, staff, and parents again for their amazing work during our attempt to maintain some sense of normalcy with our day-to-day activities. In keeping with the spirit of “normalcy”, we will be following our adopted 2019-2020 school calendar by taking our spring break holiday from April 6th through April 10th. This is a much needed break for teachers, students, and parents who all need an opportunity to recharge their batteries.
Since Bryan County Schools will not be in session during Spring Break, April 6 – 10, we will not be providing Meals on the Bus or Curbside food service at this time. This prescheduled break in our 2019-2020 school calendar will give our extremely dedicated school nutrition staff, bus drivers, and others involved an opportunity to catch their breath and prepare for our Meals on the Bus and DLD return on April 13th. Kudos to this team, who we anticipate will have served over 50,000 meals by this Friday! If you still have a need for food during Spring Break, please reach out to one of our community partners that will be available to assist families in both north and south Bryan during this time:
Bryan County Family Connections 912-653-3824
United Way of Coastal Empire for Bryan County 912-651-7750
As the safety and health of all students, staff and our community continue to be the top priorities of Bryan County Schools, please continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), along with local, regional and national health agencies regarding COVID-19. Thank you for your commitment to your families, Bryan County Schools, and the amazing community where we reside. We have embedded a link from the CDC that provides tips on keeping children healthy while school’s out.
Caring for Children: Tips to keep children healthy while school’s out.
Event: Spring Break - No School
Mon, Apr 6 - Fri, Apr 10
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