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District News & Announcements

Callaway High Homecoming Parking Parking

LaGrange College and Callaway High School have been wonderful partners in ensuring the best game day experience for fans. This weekend marks homecoming for both the Cavaliers and for LaGrange College as well. In preparation for accommodating both Cavalier and Panther fans, there are some parking modifications that will impact tailgating and the flow of traffic.

Parking will be allowed on the LaGrange College campus in ONLY the following locations (please refer to the maps for visual referencing):

● Parking lot DIRECTLY in front of the Charles Hudson Natatorium (2 rows of parking)

● Parking lot DIRECTLY in front of the Callaway Educational Building (CEB) which is located next to the soccer field

There will be NO PARKING in the lot in front of Callaway Auditorium - the parking lot along Dallis Street.  Additionally, there will be NO TAILGATING allowed in any of the LaGrange College parking lots.

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Rosemont Elementary Air Sample Analysis Executive Summary

Today, the TCSS received the air sample analysis results from our third party vendor, The Culpepper Group. Testing results indicate that following the remediation process of cleaning, using engineering controls, and structural drying inside of Rosemont, there is not an elevation of airborne mold. Later this week, we will be meeting with our mechanical engineer to discuss permanent solutions to keeping the air dry and we will continue monitoring humidity levels within the building.
 

Select this link to read the Executive Summary Report. 

10/19/2017: Walmart Transportation Donates To Berta Weathersbee Donation

The Lagrange transportation office has chosen Berta Weathersbee Elementary School to receive a $2,773.84 donation as part of Walmart’s commitment to education. Private Fleet truck drivers for Walmart – already among the safest drivers in the country – drove extra carefully during the week from July 22 through July 28, 2017.  For every accident-free mile they drove during that week, the Walmart Foundation made a financial contribution to local schools.

The Walmart Foundation is donating one cent for each accident-free mile driven by the drivers at each Walmart transportation office. 

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10/18/2017: My Driver, My Safety Hero My School Bus

This week, Troup County School System (TCSS) is joining in with districts across the nation to celebrate the ones who get students to school and home safely – The Transportation Department. This recognition is designed to highlight the many transportation employees across the country as well as bring students, parents, faculty, and others in the community together to learn the importance of school bus safety.

 

This year’s theme is My Driver - My Safety Hero. Dr. Jeffrey Turner, TCSS’s Transportation Director said, “Our transportation men and women work hard all school year and it is good to have this week designated to them. They receive recognition from the schools they serve, and it helps keep them going.”

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10/18/2017: Callaway Elementary's Art and Music Program Receives Donation Helping Kids Succeed

On Friday, the founders of Jack Straw Entertainment stopped by Callaway Elementary school to present a check for the school’s music and art programs. The donations are a result of the annual Summer Jam fundraiser to benefit Music & Arts in Troup County.

 

The event, hosted by Barron Wood, Zak Knight, and Jason Weldon, is made possible by sponsors like Hughston Clinic and Fuller’s Farmers Insurance Agency. In addition, they accept donations to help benefit the locally chosen school.

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10/17/2017: Reeling in Great Accomplishments Fishing for Greatness

Just one month into the new season and the Callaway High School Fishing Team is establishing themselves as a competitive fishing force. Their most recent accomplishment was winning the West Point Lake Championship sponsored by Ken Bearden Fishing, where they were awarded overall “Best in Weight”. Callaway came out on top as 13 high schools and 54 anglers tested their skills in a qualifier for the State Tournament scheduled for November 18-19, which will launch from LaGrange’s Highland Marina.

 

Callaway’s Matthew Freeman captured first place and won the Big Fish Award which qualified him for that state tournament. 

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10/16/2017: Recipe For Success National School Lunch Week

When Troup County School System (TCSS) students returned to school after fall break, their cafeteria experience was a little different. Decorations of measuring cups, crepe paper, and decorated pineapples, pumpkins, and skeletons greeted them as they walked through the food service line. This week, October 9-13, highlights National School Lunch Week with a theme of ‘Recipes for Success’.

 

While this week will emphasize the healthy foods that are offered daily within TCSS, the nutrition staff has taken an opportunity to highlight other qualities that make for student success. At Franklin Forest Elementary a chalkboard sits on a skeleton chef’s lap and reads:

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