• School Closings/Delays:

    Dear Troup County School System Community, 

    Governor Brian Kemp just issued an Executive Order mandating all schools in Georgia will remain closed for in-person instruction for the remainder of the school year. This includes TCSS.

    Please note that current grade calculations will be based upon student mastery of material covered through March 12, 2020 which was the end of the third nine weeks grading period. Student learning will continue after our scheduled Spring Break. We don’t want our kids to lose the valuable knowledge and skills they have gained this school year. Teachers will be contacting their students and working with them to ensure additional opportunities are available for students to demonstrate mastery of previously covered material. More details will be available the week of April 13th.

    At this time, we do not have any further updates. We know there are academic milestones and other events that our students and families were looking forward to this year. As updates are available, we will share them. 

    Over the past several weeks, our commitment to the students and the families of TCSS has been paramount. We will continue this commitment through the closure. Together, we will all get through this.

    Thank you,

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Health Services



The Health Services department consists of 10 Nurses and a Health Services Coordinator who oversee the health and wellness of students and staff during school hours, including hands-on nursing care for acute and chronic student illnesses. They develop plans of care for students with chronic health care needs, provide health care education and implement student health screenings such as vision/hearing and scoliosis. In addition, the health services staff trains school system employees in CPR, AED/Code Valentine, and First Aid.


Troup County School System 

Health Services Department



  • TCSS Health Services Department and Clinic Staff cared for approximately 12,500 students during the 18/19 school year and had 54,787 clinic visits to nurses.
  • School Nurses and Clinic Staff distributed 36,502  medications during the school year.
  • 1,764 Middle School Students were screened for Scoliosis.
  • 189 School Staff Members were trained in CPR/AED Awareness and First Aid.


Medication Permission Click Here
Medication Record 19/20 Click Here
Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan Click Here
Asthma Action Plan Click Here
Diabetes Emergency Care Plan Click Here
Seizure Action Plan Click Here






The Troup County School System Health Services mission is to provide a holistic approach to the heathcare of students. School health service personnel strive to enhance the education of students by helping remove any health related barriers to learning. In addition, Health Services promotes prevention and student and staff wellness.


Christy Mason, RN, BSN

Health Services Coordinator



b. strozier

Bernice Strozier, RN

Callaway Middle School



q. payne

Ouida Payne, LPN

Franklin Forest Elementary & Long Cane Elementary





Ivy Burton, LPN

Gardner Newman Middle School



k. dunaway

Kay Dunaway, RN

Clearview Elementary School & West Point Elementary School



n. fannin

Norma Fannin, LPN

Callaway Elementary School & Berta Weathersbee Elementary School



p. hill

Pennie Hill, RN

Callaway High School & Hillcrest Elementary School



j. sharman

Jennifer Sharman, RN

Long Cane Middle School



s. emfinger

Shannon Emfinger, RN

Troup High School



c. walston

Cindi Walston, RN

Hogansville Elementary & Hollis Hand Elementary School



a. crites

Amy Crites, RN

LaGrange High School



h. thomas

Heather Thomas, RN

Ethel Kight & Rosemont Elementary