District News

Literacy on the Lawn - May 4th

Literacy on the Lawn will be presented by the Troup High Drama Department as their yearly community service project. Participation is open to all Troup County employees, students, and community members. Proceeds will benefit elementary schools in Troup County.


04/25/19: Graduation Seating Provides Better Viewing for Family and Friends

In May when all three Troup County School System (TCSS) high school graduation ceremonies take place, the graduates will be facing the new Jumbotron so family and friends on both sides of Callaway Stadium can see their loved one walk across the stage and accept their diploma.

TCSS high school principals said this change is well-warranted as it gives all who attend an opportunity to readily enjoy the ceremony without an obstructed view of the ones they come to celebrate.

Read entire story here.

04/23/19: Communities in Schools Women's Expo @ Callaway High cis

Learning about self-care, health, and wellness was one of the main themes of the Communities in Schools (CIS) Women’s Health Expo at Callaway High School. The inaugural event served as a kick-off for the organizations expansion into Callaway High. CIS currently serves:

  • Berta Weathersbee Elementary
  • Callaway Middle School
  • Gardner Newman Middle School
  • Long Cane Middle School

CIS will become a permanent fixture at Callaway High in the fall. They have touched over 2,700 Troup County School System students by offering services such as academic assistance, behavior intervention, clothing/hygiene closet, and a backpack food pantry program.

Read entire story here. 

04/23/19: THINC CEO Announces Retirement; THINC Board Accepting Applications Carlisle

THINC College and Career Academy has met many milestones in its four years of educating students on career opportunities and skills that help them earn jobs locally and globally. Since before the inception, Kathy Carlisle has been on board as the Chief Executive Officer. Now, after five years, Carlisle has announced her retirement.

“This has been such an amazing journey,” said Carlisle. “We’ve had plenty of challenges along the way, but have achieved most everything we set out to accomplish in this short time. I’m especially proud of our students and their successes both in and out of the classroom. Our instructors have provided unrelenting support, knowledge, and education opportunities for our students.”

Read entire story here. 

04/19/19: Hogansville Students Pedal Forward with Bike Repair Partnership Bike Repair

Pedal Forward and Hogansville Elementary thank the City of Hogansville and their partners for the support of their community efforts. Hogansville City Manager, David Milliron, recently took time to volunteer for the students of Hogansville Elementary as they got their bikes repaired.


Shown with City Manager David Milliron and Alex (Emilee) Abraham are HES students Si'naiya Hood, Jaylin Vargas, and Micah Hood

Public School Choice Option


Please see the below letter for parents of students who receive exceptional education services. The letter informs you of rights under the Public School Choice Option - SB10. 

Public School Choice Option - SB10