Mrs. Hanner's students, who built robotic STEM kits. Attendance Awareness Chromebook Rollout Has Begun! B2S B2S B2S B2S NEO THS AFJROTC B2S B2S Kickoff AWIM CMS students recognized for Lexile Achievement and Lexile Growth GNMS CIS Georgia Studies Tour 
Savannah, GA Georgia Studies Tour 
Old Fort Jackson Desktops Literacy Literacy Chromebook 2 Chromebook Troup County School System's Cheerleader Competition Ms. Johnson's guest speaker, former LaGrange High School student, Don Leak. He is promoting positive thinking. FLY Girls promoting suicide prevention by wearing yellow bands PBIS Kick-Off Students hard at work on the first week of school MS Drones Cast of
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Play LaGrange Mayor visits Callaway Middle School Dress for Success Day CMS 8th Grade Georgia Studies Tour
at the Etowah Indian Mounds CMS 6th graders learn about the Chattahoochee River Cavalier spirit
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School News & Announcements

Eligibility for Free or Reduced Meals

Dear Parents,

Each year the federal government allows us to extend eligibility for 30 operating days to families that receive free or reduced meal benefits.  This year the ending date for extended eligibility is 9/23/19.  On 9/24/19, any student whose family has not completed a new Free and Reduced Meal Application and submitted it for processing will become a Paid student.  The affected students will need to begin paying for breakfast and lunch until such time as a Free and Reduced Meal Application has been submitted, processed, and been approved for a change in eligibility benefits.  If the student has not used his or her meal charges, they may receive up to 5 meal charges for lunch only. Please be aware that meal charges are rolled over from one year to the next; if the parent did not pay for meal charges owed at the end of last year or the beginning of this year during enrollment, the student may not have any available meal charges.
 

Washington Named to State School Superintedent's Student Advisory Council Principal Thornton, Samuel Washington, and Freda Weldon

Samuel Washington, son of Christy and Joshua Washington, has been selected as a member of State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ 2019-2020 Student Advisory Council. According to the Superintendent’s office, more than 1,000 applications were received, and Samuel was one of 130 middle and high school students selected to serve on the council. 

 

Student Advisory Council members 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. Members will also engage in community service projects to benefit Georgia students and schools.

09/18/19: TCSS Graduation Rates Rise to 86.6 Percent Graduation

Today, TCSS received some good news – the graduation rates were up once again. TCSS posted numbers almost five percentage points higher than the state average. The district’s rate over the past four years has increased 9.6 percentage points from 76.9 percent to 86.6 percent. With a total of 768 graduates, the TCSS 2019 graduation rates are as follows:
 

  • Callaway High - 86.7%
  • LaGrange High - 86.4%
  • Troup High - 87.2%
  • TCSS - 86.6%
  • State of Georgia - 82%

Read entire story here. 

09/17/19: Dr. Johnson Teaches Teaching as a Profession Johnson

This morning, students in LaGrange High School's Teaching as a Profession pathway welcomed a familiar face as guest speaker - Dr. Penny Johnson, Asst. Supt. of Curriculum Instruction and Professional Learning for TCSS.

PBIS Cookout--Buy Your Tickets Now! PBIS Cookout--Callaway Middle School

Students at CMS can use their Cavalier Cash--passed out by teachers and staff to support Cooperative, Mindful, and Successful students and behaviors--to purchase tickets to our first PBIS Celebration! For only 20 Cavalier Cash (Cav Cash to those in the know), your student can enjoy the PBIS Cookout NEXT Friday, September 27, during his or her lunch period. Make sure to purchase tickets to the cookout THIS WEEK, Wednesday to Friday at lunch! Now, let's eat!

 

Important--New Entry, Check In Procedures for Callaway Middle

Beginning Monday, September 16, there will be new procedures to enter Callaway Middle School after 8:30 AM.  We appreciate your cooperation in following these new procedures as we work to keep our students and staff safe. 

Click here for more information about entry and check-in procedures. 

PBIS at CMS--Great News You Can Use! CMS Ambassadors, 2019-2020

 

 

For the fifth year in a row, Callaway Middle School is a part of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) initiative. You may hear students talk about it. You may hear staff talk about it. Now, the entire state of Georgia is talking about the PBIS successes that have taken place at CMS! So what exactly is it? 

 

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