CHS Car CMS TCSS Awarded for Parental Involvement CHS AFJROTC Color Guard Rosemont Elementary Unites Against Bullying! AWIM Challenge - Up the Ramp! Lynn Thrailkill is Read 180 Elementary Educator of the Year Celebration Cart visits RES! Graduates GNMS Franklin Forest Rigor/Relevance Stuff the Bus Enjoying MakerSpace Time! Smiling Faces Across TCSS! Smiling Faces Across TCSS! THINC Science Lab Students Dissect a Pig's Heart Whitesville Road Mentoring Group Visits THINC Academy LCMS Rigor/Relevance Rosemont Elementary is a National Blue Ribbon School School Nutrition CHS Team Works on School Improvement Plan Norma Fannin 2017 TCSS Nurse of the Year Smiling Faces Across TCSS! Ethel W. Kight Students Proudly Show Their PBIS Bucks Time to read! GNMS Works on School Improvement Plan West Point Elem. Students Enjoy Makerspaces State Superintendent Visits TCSS THS Car THS Football Team TCSS School Improvement Workshop Watching over our Students and Fans! Rosemont THS HGVS Works on School Improvement Plan CMS Students Take the Classroom to the River Construction LCES Smiling Faces Across TCSS! THS Teachers Congratulate Kayla Yeargin, TCSS TOTY PBIS

District News & Announcements

8/22/17: Academic Success Under Construction

TCSS welcomes the new school year with Academic Success Under Construction
 

08/22/17: Fathers and Sons Bond Over Fishing Trip Fishing Trip

Helping build brighter futures for young men attending Whitesville Road Elementary (WRES) in Troup County has become a reality, thanks in part to Jerome Cofield. Cofield, a Troup County School System Paraprofessional at WRES, launched what he likes to call ‘Empowerment Wednesday’.

Each Wednesday, male students who are in the program wear a red or blue tie or bow tie, white buttoned-down shirt, and khaki pants. The expression, according to Cofield, is to help students understand what proper attire is when they leave their home. The red or blue tie they wear has become a symbol throughout the Troup County community, and within their group, as a sign of respect and esteem.

Read entire story here.

08/21/17: TCSS Prepares for New Elementary School on South Davis Road New ES

On Thursday, the Board of Education voted to accept the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Package from Carroll Daniel Construction Company for site work at the New Elementary School to be located on South Davis Road. This package includes site work in preparation for roadways, foundation work, electrical, water and sewer, and site improvements for the new school.

The New Elementary School, which has not been named, is scheduled to open August 2018. The construction and building of the facility was approved in the Education SPLOST 5 which was approved by Troup County residents in May 2016. 
 

8/21/17: Troup High Students Can Win a Car for Good Behavior, Attendance and Grades THS Car

As Troup County School System (TCSS) new attendance policy builds momentum, some schools and community partners have found a ‘vehicle’ to encourage students to be on time, in attendance, and have positive behavior.

Today, Troup County Comprehensive High School (THS) announced a partnership with KIA of LaGrange to give away a car at the end of the school year. The winning student must have good grades, good attendance, and good behavior.

Read entire story here.

 

8/14/17: State School Superintendent Advisory Task Force Call for Applicants

State School Superintendent Richard Woods is seeking middle and high school students to serve on his 2017-2018 Student Advisory Council. These students will meet with Superintendent Woods to discuss the impact of state policies in the classroom, along with other issues related to education, and will serve as the Superintendent’s ambassadors to their respective schools.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Georgia public middle or high school for the 2017-18 school year. To apply:

LaGrange International Festival

LaGrange International Festival

Visit beautiful downtown LaGrange on Saturday, September 9 from 3 pm to 7 pm for the LaGrange International Festival.  Music, Food and Fun for the whole family!

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