Rigor and Relevance Training at GNMS Water Bottle Flip Challenge Racing to Learn Students are racing to fill in maps of Latin America before the other person completes the "Water Bottle Flip Challenge" in Ms. Jackson's 6th Grade class. GNMS Works on School Improvement Plan GNMS Water Bottle Flip Challenge Race to Learn TCSS Awarded for Parental Involvement Rigor and Relevance Training at GNMS We're kids at heart! The GNMS staff enjoyed a day of team building at the Rock Ranch. Afterwards, the Bouncy Pillow got the adults' hearts racing! Students are learning about the Solar Eclipse of 2017 and building a viewing apparatus in Ms. Cox's 7th Grade Science class.

School News & Announcements

PTO Color Run!!! Save the Date~Sept. 9th PTO COLOR RUN

Save the Date~Sept. 9 for the Annual PTO Color Run! Registration starts at 8:30 and the run begins at 9:00 am. Color bombs will be crazy fun! Go ahead and sign up now! 

The Mustang Daily Announcements~ The Pony Express
8/22/17: Academic Success Under Construction

TCSS welcomes the new school year with Academic Success Under Construction

08/21/17: TCSS Prepares for New Elementary School on South Davis Road New ES

On Thursday, the Board of Education voted to accept the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Package from Carroll Daniel Construction Company for site work at the New Elementary School to be located on South Davis Road. This package includes site work in preparation for roadways, foundation work, electrical, water and sewer, and site improvements for the new school.

The New Elementary School, which has not been named, is scheduled to open August 2018. The construction and building of the facility was approved in the Education SPLOST 5 which was approved by Troup County residents in May 2016. 

8/14/17: State School Superintendent Advisory Task Force Call for Applicants

State School Superintendent Richard Woods is seeking middle and high school students to serve on his 2017-2018 Student Advisory Council. These students will meet with Superintendent Woods to discuss the impact of state policies in the classroom, along with other issues related to education, and will serve as the Superintendent’s ambassadors to their respective schools.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Georgia public middle or high school for the 2017-18 school year. To apply:

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