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School News & Announcements

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.

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PreK and Kindergarten Registration Dates

Registration Dates

Parents of 8th Graders

Students have been given a red folder containing important information about upcoming events for rising 9th graders. Please review this information with your child.

 

Permission slips for the Transition Fair (January 23rd) and the CHS Visitation (January 24th) are due to homeroom teachers Thursday, January 17th. Both of these permission slips are located in your student’s red folder. Students without permission slips will not be allowed to attend either event.

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PSAT Scores
 

PSAT SCORES 

On 12/18/2018, PSAT score reports were given to all 7th and 8th grade students who participated in the PSAT during the month of October.

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