"Heroes Among Us" - Exhibit THINC Region Stock Market Game Winners Floating Classroom - West Point Lake Distinguished Pathway Completers - Honors Night Proud of Perfect Soft Skills Grades All Year! Randy Jackson Scholarship Endowment Adam Harris The Pride of THINC & CHS! Dr. Williams thanks guests - Honors Night Mechatronics Demo Spark Spotlight - Nov. - Calumet Bank Young Ladies on Tour of THINC Training with "Baxter" THINC Fast! Mock Interview Session Calumet Bank Execs Speak at THINC THINC Business Lab Spark Spotlight - Nov. - Calumet Bank Students Learning About Manufacturing Summer Enrichment THINC's Best & Brightest - Honors Night THINC Students Attend THINC Ahead Career Fair THINC Seniors 2016-17 (PM) THINC Fast 2017 Mock Interviews The Pride of THINC & LHS Mike Speight - Calumet Bank THINC Fast 2017 Mock Interviews Floating Classroom - West Point Lake THINC Seniors 2016-17 (AM) 1st Day 2017 - Mrs. Miller Student Presentations - PBL (Hinson) Perfect Attendance Drawing Winners (AM) Attendance Matters Spanish "Heroes Among Us" - Exhibit Tulla White speaks to THINC Business VIP's visit to observe THINC FAST Welcome to THINC! THINC Student Appreciation Cookout - Drone Picture "Heroes Among Us" - Exhibit THINC DECA Recognition - Ms. Briggs, Advisor THINC Ambassadors - Charter Members "Heroes Among Us" - Exhibit ESOL Reading Student Presentations - PBL (Hinson) Heroes Among Us THINC FAST - Ready for SPARK cards! THINC students - Mock Interviews THINC Fast 2017 Mock Interviews Welcome Back Rally "Gauntlet" Professional Business Dress The Pride of THINC & THS Spark Spotlight - Nov. - Calumet Bank THINC Stock Market Game Winners' T-shirt THINC Student Appreciation Cookout - Drone Picture WellStar Donation to THINC Healthcare The Pride of THINC & LHS "Heroes Among Us" - Exhibit Working @ The Spark Healthcare guest speaker Selfie Aidan Blackwell - THINC 17-18 Teacher of the Year Students Presenting City Improvement Ideas (PBL) THINC Recruitment Open House - 17 Oct. 2017 Kendall Butler speaking to Business students Healthcare students "Heroes Among Us" - Exhibit Calumet Bank Meets Students at THINC Ahead Career Fair THINC DECA Competition Winners Floating Classroom - West Point Lake TCSS Awarded for Parental Involvement THINC Boardroom THINC DECA 16-17 Region Competition THINC Mechatronics digital model THINC Robotics Alliance - SkillsUSA Recognition Healthcare - Air Evac Helo Welcome Back Rally "Gauntlet" THINC Student Appreciation Cookout 1st Day 2017 - Icebreaker - Ms. Lewis 1st Day 2017 - Dr. Forrest THINC Materials Processing Lab Local Officials Review Students' City Improvement Ideas (PBL) Perfect Attendance Drawing Winners (PM) THINC Fast 2017 Mock Interviews THINC Robotics Alliance Officers THINC CTSO Officer Training The Pride of THINC & THS! THINC I-Lab MakerSpace THINC Robotics Alliance - Mr. Sumner, Advisor Engineering / Gaming Lab THINC CTSO Officer Training THINC FBLA Officers at Training Engineering - 3-D Printers VIP tour The Pride of THINC & CHS THINC Student Appreciation Cookout Welcome Back Rally "Gauntlet" Mechatronics

School News & Announcements

02/15/18: Troup County School System Reviews Security Measures LCMS Doors

As more details arise of yesterday’s tragic event at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fl., we want to take this time to offer our thoughts and prayers to the students, faculty, families, and entire community that were impacted.

As a school system, we take safety very seriously. We have measures in place at each of our schools to make TCSS a safe learning environment and we want to share some of them with you.

  1. We employ School Resource Officers (SRO) for each of our middle and high schools. If a student feels their safety is being compromised, they can talk to the SRO.
  2. We have placed new or updated camera equipment and glass security doors in several of our buildings using Education SPLOST funds. We will continue the work until all are updated.  
  3. We work directly with the Sheriff’s Office and LaGrange Police Department on security related matters within our buildings.
02/09/18: Inclement Weather Make-Up Day Announced Harper Grace
Due to TCSS experiencing six inclement weather days, there will be one student instructional make-up day on March 9th as stated in the school calendar. The last day of school for students is still May 22nd.

TCSS EMPLOYEES will need to make-up two days of work time through documentation or submission of annual leave. More information will be forthcoming from your supervisor about documentation for the make-up days.

In addition, CERTIFIED TEACHERS will have two professional learning days scheduled for May 30th and May 31st. These are PLU days for teachers. More information will be shared in the upcoming months on how the PLU days will work.

Photo Credit: Harper Grace, Daughter of Angela Dettmering @ GNMS
2/14/18: West Point Elementary Students Share Why They 'Love' Reading

One of Troup County School System's top three district priorities is to increase the literacy level of our students. This means we want to help them become better readers and increase their vocabulary and comprehnsion skills. In this video, some of our students from West Point Elementary School shares their Lexile Reading Levels and why they 'love' to read. 



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TCSS Approves THINC to Enroll Private & Home School Students Welcoming students

TCSS has approved a partial enrollment policy for Private and Home School students to attend THINC

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