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Superintendent Search Information

Applicants interested in applying for the Troup County School System Superintendent position can find more information about the community in the below brochure and video highlighting A Day in the Life.

TCSS - Brochure

A Day in the Life (thanks to the LaGrange Development Authority for providing)

Additional TCSS Information

Videos - TCSS


A Stakeholder Input Report for Troup County School System was compiled by representatives from McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, the firm hired to conduct the Superintedent Search.  Please review the report here.

Stakeholder Input Report

PreK and Kindergarten Registration Dates

Registration Dates

01/16/19: Clearview Elementary Young Men Receive 3-Pc. Suits CVES - Boys Empowerment Group

Over 50 young men from Clearview Elementary School (CES) received a piece of apparel to add to their wardrobe – a three piece suit – in front of family, fathers, grandfathers, and staff. The third, fourth, and fifth grade students are a part of a weekly empowerment group sponsored by William Cofield, CES Behavior Specialist.

“The boys empowerment group started because one of the young men came to me and asked me to mentor him. That one student has now turned into almost 60. Each Wednesday, we wear our uniform of khaki pants, white button-down shirt, and a red or blue bowtie.”

Read entire story here. 

01/17/19: THINC Big Open House - January 23rd


01/14/19: Corrine Hodges Wishes Best for TCSS and THINC After Taking Helm at Women's Business Center Corrine and Kathy - THINC

As the head of the public relations department for KMMG, Corrine Hodges was also a familiar face in Troup County School System (TCSS) and especially at THINC College & Career Academy (THINC) where her advocacy for education extended as the Board Chair of THINC. Last month, she accepted the position of CEO for the Association of Women’s Business Centers in Washington, D.C. Her last gavel drop as THINC Board Chair was in late December, and she took a moment to share, via email, her hopes for the future of TCSS and THINC.

Read entire story here. 

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