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District News & Announcements

Naming of Facilities Request Form WRES Students at New Facility

To submit a request for the New Elementary School located on South Davis Rd., please complete the Naming of Facilities Request Form. The form must be completed in its entirety and submitted to:

 

Troup County Board of Education

Attention: Naming of Facilities Requests

100 N. Davis Road, Building C

LaGrange, GA 30241

Fax: 706.812.7904

11/17/17: Franklin Forest Holds Turkey Decorating Contest FFE - Turkeys
In Mrs. Bruce's Pre-K class at Franklin Forest Elementary students participated in a Decorate The Turkey contest. Students were given a turkey and a letter explaining that this would be a family project. They were to be creative in their decorating the turkey but no food items were allowed. All students received a certificate for participation.

There were three awards given out in the following three categories: 

*Most Colorful award went to Trey Farmer
*Most Realistic award went to Jay Bae
*Most Creative award went to Bartolon Perez
11/17/2017: Stake In The Ground For New Elementary School New Elementary School

As students and staff of Whitesville Road Elementary School (WRES) gathered under a large tent to drive stakes in the ground for their replacement facility, parents and community members gathered as well. It was obvious that construction was well underway after an August groundbreaking ceremony was cancelled due to weather. The new Stake in the Ground Ceremony certainly made up for the rescheduling as it was held in the midst of a fresh breeze and sunny skies.

Over 50 community members, Troup County School System (TCSS) students, staff, and administrators filled the area on the grounds of South Davis Rd where the new campus will be housed.

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11/17/2017: Troup High Teacher Caitlyn Snyder Caitlyn Snyder

Caitlyn Snyder believes in teaching her Exceptional Education students at Troup High School (THS) self-advocacy skills and life lessons that provide them independence beyond the classroom. “It is important for my students to advocate for themselves. They need to communicate their needs and wants, so that is what I teach in my class,” she says. 

 

As an Exceptional Education instructor and first year teacher at her Troup High alma mater, she teaches a small class of six to eight students who may need additional assistance with everyday activities. She doesn’t view her students as special needs, “I know they have the ability to learn, and they do. 

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11/16/2017: Holocaust Museum at Gardner Newman Holocaust Museum

When Amanda Pack attended the Georgia Council for Social Studies’ annual conference last month, she didn’t expect to bring a museum to Gardner Newman Middle School (GNMS). Just one month later, through her connections and networking at the conference, the Mustangs now have a Holocaust museum living in their media center.

 

Pack, who teaches 6th grade Social Studies and Current Events for 7th and 8th grade students at GNMS, met with the field education team from Kennesaw State University, she found they had traveling exhibits and one of them focused on an area that touched several subjects – The Holocaust Museum.

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