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SURVEY for Superintendent Search Stakeholder Input is Now Available

If you are unable to attend a Superintendent Search Stakeholder meeting this week, please take a moment to complete this short and anonymous online survey powered through SurveyMonkey. 

Stakeholder Input - SURVEY

TCSS Announces Stakeholder Meetings for Superintendent Search

The Troup County School System (TCSS) Board of Education announced a series of superintendent search stakeholder meetings to be held next week. Consultants from McPherson Jacobson, LLC, an executive search firm, will conduct each stakeholder meeting for the purpose of gathering suggestions from TCSS employees and community members on the qualities they desire in the next Superintendent of Schools. 

11/13/18: Cynthia Blackmon Stays Involved with Berta's PTO Blackmon

BWES Grandmother, Cynthia Blackmon, is posing with her grandsons Zycorious Dandy and Marquez Anderson.  Cynthia stays involved as a grandmother by serving as Berta Weathersbee Elementary School's PTO Secretary.  She also comes to as many school events as possible and encourages other families to be involved, too!

11/13/18: Troup County School System Thanks Veterans

Thanks to all of our men and women who have served in the armed forces. 

11/12/18: Franklin Forest Students Love PBIS Store Facepainting

Students at Franklin Forest Elementary School have many opportunities to be rewarded for their positive behavior through their PBIS model. Students earn Falcon Bucks for making good choices, then, with their Falcon Bucks they are able to make purchases of items in the PBIS store. They can also choose to participate in different school-wide and classroom activities.

Students in Mrs. Sabrina Barintine's Kindergarten class were able to earn the opportunity to get their faces painted as one of their PBIS positive acknowledgements.

Public Notice: DISPOSAL OF RECORDS OF EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION STUDENTS

The Troup County School System Department of Exceptional Education announces the intent to destroy Exceptional Education records for students who were born prior to 1995.  Records will be destroyed that were collected, maintained, or used in providing a free appropriate public education for disabled and/or exceptional students in the Troup County School System.  This notice is in compliance with records retention requirements as set forth by the State Records Committee. 

 

Exceptional Education records for students who were born prior to 1995 are no longer needed for educational planning purposes.  These records might, however, be needed by the student or parent for Social Security or other reasons.  If the student or parent would like copies of a student’s Exceptional Education records, please contact the Exceptional Education Records Clerk at 706-812-7939.  The school system will continue to maintain a permanent academic record for each student.  The Troup County Archives serves as the official records repository for the school system. 

 

 

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