District News & Announcements

07/31/15: Byron Jones - Good Customer Service Is Key

On any given day, you can walk into the finance office and see Byron Jones talking with his staff, reading through financial material or going over budget items that help keep Troup County School System (TCSS) operating in the black.

A graduate of Troup High, LaGrange College and University of West Georgia, Jones majored in Business Administration and received his Masters of Professional Accounting. For ten years, he has used his financial skills and business acumen in education, first in Meriwether County before returning to Troup County as Chief Financial Officer...

07/29/15: THINC Instructors Participate in Leadership Training

This week, THINC College & Career Academy instructors and administrators participated in their first Leadership Orientation. During the four-day event, representatives from the Fanning Institute at University of Georgia shared about leadership goals and qualities that help staff and students 'think outside of the box'. 

07/28/15: TCSS Welcomes New Staff

Troup County School System welcomed close to 120 new certified staff members last week at the New Staff Induction Orientation. During this week-long event, new staff were introduced to the culture of TCSS through diversity training, curriculum overview, grade level and content specifics, evaluation overview, ethics training and much more. In addition, there was a New Leader Induction for incoming administrators and principals. 

School Supply List

School begins Monday, August 10 and Troup County schools are preparing for students. If you are ready to shop for you child(ren) school supplies, here is the list:   



07/22/15: School Bus Drivers Celebrate Perfect Record

On Monday, close to 125 Troup County School System (TCSS) bus drivers and 40 bus monitors gathered at Troup High School to take part in the mandatory yearly State Bus Driver Safety Training. At this meeting, they learned the system excelled in student safety by having zero school bus stop fatalities. This is not an anomaly in the state, as the entire state of Georgia was recently recognized as having no school bus stop fatalities.

TCSS has one of the highest safety records in the state. During the annual inspection of the Department of Driver Services, buses yielded an impressive 98.7% first-time passing rate. 

07/13/15: No Shots, No School!

If your child is entering 7th grade this fall, they are required to present their child's up-to-date Georgia Immunization Form 3231. This form can be obtained from the child's pediatrician or primary care doctor. 

Middle school registration is Thursday, August 6, 2015 from 10 am - 6 pm. Parents should come prepared with this form. 

No Shots, No School Flyer 

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