Callaway Elem. is Ready to Rock! LaGrange High Students Read to Elementary Classes THINC Mechatronics Pathways Provide Hands-On Learning Callaway High Graduation WRES Dress for Success LHS Service Club THINC Students Arrive for School LHS Pre-Game Warm Up Hometown Throwdown Winners Pose with Mother's and Grandmother Mobile Dairy Visits Hillcrest Elementary Troup High Rocking It Clean! AWIM Students Compete in Atlanta School Nurse of the Year, Amy Crites, Tests Student Hearing Hollis Hand Rocks On! THS Majorettes THINC Mechatronics Students Dissect Robotics Formulas WPES Barb McCain Reads to Students FFES Proudly Shares About PBIS TCSS Nurses - Pink Out Taking Excellent Care of our Students & Fans THS Band CHS Band UGA - Terry Godwin reads to students THS Football CHS Pre-Game Warm Up Gardner Newman Rigor/Relevance Coaching THS Choral Performance at Merry Market New Hires Ready to Rock the School Year! LHS Freshmen Sign Graduation Robe - Commit to Graduate EKES Back to School Bash Technology Fun - New Staff Induction Cheerleaders! Rockin' Into the New School Year! The Spark Selling Fresh Cookies @ THINC THS Volley Ball CHS Game Day Troup High Rigor/Relevance Coaching Chartwells Serves Great Food! Long Cane Elementary Parent Advisory Committee Visits KIA Korean Exchange Students Visit THINC CHS 2016 Homecoming Court Hollis Hand Rocking In the School Year! Presentation of Colors Community & Staff Welcome THINC Students back to school! Hogansville Elementary "Work Hard Play Hard" Employees Enjoy the Celebration Cart Treats Jill Gay and Students Celebrate After TOTY Announcement Field Day GNMS Rosemont Cafeteria We Appreciate our Partners in Education Franklin Forest Rigor/Relevance Whitesville Road Elementary Callaway Elementary enjoys LaGrange READS Spirit Night. Technology Fun - New Staff Induction Bus monitors in training United Way Super Heroes! Kona Ice Gives Back to CMS We Appreciate Our Employees! TCSS Transportation Department EKES Back to School Bash Mixed Media Drawing - Josh Turman, LHS Teachers Take Selfie Breaks, Too! Gardner Newman Rigor/Relevance Chart Whitesville Road Elem. in Washington DC LPD Volunteers at EKES Bash Student 'Math About Me' Troup High Interact Club It's Football Season! Long Cane Middle Students Pose After AWIM Competition Rosemont Elementary is a National Blue Ribbon School Air Force JROTC Christina Grace - RES Principal CHS Nutrition Staff in the remodeled Cafeteria. Franklin Forest Students Enjoy Dog Show Rosemont Elementary Wax Museum LHS Band Students Callaway Middle School First Lady Deal Visits Hillcrest Long Cane Elem. Celebration Cart Michelle Ashmore, State TOTY Finalist! Career Day at Berta Weathersbee Callaway Elem. B2School Bash Gardner Newman Middle "REMAX" Brings Gifts and Supplies to FFE Students & Staff LHS Cheerleaders BWES Fall Festival Callaway High School Callaway High  -  Cavs Cafe LHS Majorettes Callaway Elementary Officer Pruitt Speaks to FFES 5th Graders Ethel W. Kight Elementary LHS Freshmen - Commit to Graduate LaGrange High Hogansville Elementary Teachers Kicking off the School Year!

District News & Announcements

OSD - What Will Be on the Ballot

In November, the language on the OSD referendum will read:

Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended to allow the state to intervene in chronically failing public schools in order to improve student performance?

Stay informed - OSD Resource Links Available Here

Superior Court Judge Visits Current Events Debate Class Judge

When the 18 students of Mr. Giddens’ Current Events Debate class entered the media center, they were thoroughly prepared and full of questions for their special guest, Superior Court Judge Dustin Hightower. Governor Nathan Deal recently appointed him to the position for the Coweta Judicial Circuit.

Superior Court Judge Hightower says of his visit to Troup High School (THS), “In the six years that I was a Georgia representative in the state legislature, I got in the habit of giving back to the community. So, when I was appointed to the judgeship in May, an email was sent to schools in my circuit stating that I would come and talk about the pros and cons of the judicial system, and the great things Georgia is doing with judicial reform. Mr. Giddens was the first one to take me up on the offer so here I am!”

Read more here.

Interface Beautifies West Point Elementary School Campus 50 States

When students and staff returned to West Point Elementary school this week, they noticed some ground improvements and a new learning space – outside of the walls of a typical classroom. A group of Interface champions dug into the paint, dirt, and cement for this year’s Green Apple Project to support the organization’s partner in education school.

The Green Apple Project is part of Mission Zero Week where employees from Interface spend work hours beautifying the community. For at least the last four years, the organization has tapped West Point Elementary for a variety of projects that help make a more pleasant school environment. Jason Friedman, a Manufacturing Manager at Interface said, “We do this every year to reach out to the community. We usually choose schools where we replace carpet, do landscaping projects, pick up trash, and anything we can do to beautify our community.”   

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Opportunity School District Resources - Stay Informed Girl writing

Recently, the Troup County Board of Education passed a resolution to oppose Amendment One - Opportunity School District (OSD). We are one of many Georgia school boards that has taken this stance. There are several reasons for opposition to this legislation. Some of our employees and community members may not be familiar with OSD, and as a vehicle of information between the school system and public, TCSS has posted resources to help keep you informed

Amendment One (Opportunity School District or OSD) is a proposal that will be on the ballot November 8. It allows the state to take over schools that have scored 60 or below on the CCRPI for three consecutive years. This new proposed takeover would institute a state plan for those selected schools on the OSD list. TCSS urges you to take a moment and learn what this proposal means to you and the community at large. 

OSD Resource Link


New To Troup County? Find Out More About TCSS!

Troup County is a great place to work, live and raise a family. Our school system has a long-standing history of partnership within the community and learning within the walls of each school.

Here is a quick overview of our Points of Pride. To learn more about Troup County School System, click here

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