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01/19/16: Hollis Hand Students Connect Current Events to Learning If I were President

After reading the book, If I Were President by Catherine Stier, students at Hollis Hand Elementary discussed things they would do if they became President of the United States. Students shared their ideas with their peers through words and graphics on paper. For instance, 5th grader, Mayley Hester wrote, "I would give food and water to the homeless," while her classmate Kristiyounna Sims wrote, "I would be fair and make sure the country was good."

The ideas continued to flow as 3rd grader, Hugh Kersey, wrote, "I would build an indoor golf course in the White House," and Amelia Rockwell, also in the 3rd grade, wrote, "I would care for the poor." Third grade student Daniels Durand wrote, "I would improve our parks." Connecting current events to classroom activities makes learning relevant for TCSS students. 



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Informational Writing Informational Writing

To practice informational writing, kindergarten students at West Point Elementary School recently wrote the steps for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.  After completing their writing, they made (and ate!) their own sandwiches. Pictured are students from Mrs. Yvetta Abercrombie's class working on their assignment.

2nd grade Makerspace Creations 2nd graders Makerspace creations

Karlie Martin (left) and Erielle Griggs (right), students in Mrs. Hartley's second grade class at West Point Elementary School, recently teamed up to create a magical creature out of K'Nex building toys.The building toys are part of Makerspace, a movement that allows students to invent, imagine and create.

3rd grade using Makerspace 3rd grade using Makerspace

During their Media Center rotation, students in Mrs. Freeman's third grade class recently built circuits using Snap Circuits Extreme. The snap circuit kit is a part of of Makerspace, a collaborative work space where students learn, create and share. Students at West Point Elementary have been enjoying Makerspace activities this year thanks to a generous donation from the PTO. In addition to Snap Circuits, students can build with Legos and K-Nex, code with Bee-Bots, invent with Makey-Makey and create a variety of projects.

01/12/17: TCSS Hosts Job Fair on February 4 Math Teacher

On Saturday, February 4th, Troup County School System is looking to hire teachers and other individuals for certified positions. This includes the critical fields of Math, Science, CTAE and Special Education. Chief Human Resources Officer Sequita Freeman, says, "It is important to start the hiring process for these critical fields earlier so we can have the best of the best in Troup County schools."

If you, or anyone you know, meets the qualifications for a certified position, please apply online through the APPLITRACKS portal. Click here for the Job Fair Flyer

Broadcast Team

West Point Elementary School recently announced the members of the 2016-2017 Broadcast Team. Broadcast Team members deliver the school news daily. Students that were selected rotate positions, alternating between anchor, camera person, sound and video. Team members were chosen based on their application, responsibility, classroom behavior, attendance and punctuality.

Pictured: (front row, left to right) Aurriyiona Spence, Breanna Crawford, Alissa Andrews, Cam Freeman; (middle row, left to right) Will Davis, Catherine Smalley, Clair Carlton, Mary Joy Moosman, Caleb Stafford, Jada Harrison; (back row, left to right) Dinaja Heath, Kamara Scott, Davion Willimas, Joslyn Steele, Ashanti Smith.
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New To Troup County? Find Out More About TCSS! Parents Reading with Kids

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. If you are here to learn more of what Troup County School System (TCSS) has to offer for your family or employees, you've started in the right place! 

Here is a quick overview of our district highlights and Points of Pride. After reading through this short document, learn more about your new school system by clicking here 

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