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Superintendent Search Information

Applicants interested in applying for the Troup County School System Superintendent position can find more information about the community in the below brochure and video highlighting A Day in the Life.

TCSS - Brochure

A Day in the Life (thanks to the LaGrange Development Authority for providing)

Additional TCSS Information

Videos - TCSS


A Stakeholder Input Report for Troup County School System was compiled by representatives from McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, the firm hired to conduct the Superintedent Search.  Please review the report here.

Stakeholder Input Report

11/17/18: Students and Teachers Slime Principal slimed

Recently, about 30 students and some teachers got together to slime the principal of Hollis Hand Elementary, Jack Morman. The school hosted a Boosterthon for the Parent Teacher Organization in an effort to support student learning activities and events throughout the school year. Morman stated, "this was the combined effort of our entire student body, parents, and staff. It was a joint effort." He said the parents came up with the sliming idea as a way to get students motivated about the fundraiser and he agreed. 

12/17/18: West Point Families Enjoy Art and Reading reading and art show

At West Point Elementary, students, families and staff are keeping literacy and the arts top of mind. They recently enjoyed a Family Reading Night and Art Show at the school. The night included storytelling and sing-a-longs from retired TCSS teacher, Connie Askew. In addition, many of the students were able to see their art work displayed before enjoying a game of BINGO for Books.


The Troup County School System Department of Exceptional Education announces the intent to destroy Exceptional Education records for students who were born prior to 1995.  Records will be destroyed that were collected, maintained, or used in providing a free appropriate public education for disabled and/or exceptional students in the Troup County School System.  This notice is in compliance with records retention requirements as set forth by the State Records Committee. 


Exceptional Education records for students who were born prior to 1995 are no longer needed for educational planning purposes.  These records might, however, be needed by the student or parent for Social Security or other reasons.  If the student or parent would like copies of a student’s Exceptional Education records, please contact the Exceptional Education Records Clerk at 706-812-7939.  The school system will continue to maintain a permanent academic record for each student.  The Troup County Archives serves as the official records repository for the school system. 



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