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District News & Announcements

09/25/20: TCSS Information Technology Department to Issue New Power Cords

Recently, the Troup County School System (TCSS) Information Technology department received reports that certain Dell power cords issued after July 2020 have been separating from the plug and emitting a spark near the outlet plug and the device charger. Out of an abundance of caution and safety for their students and employees, the school system will be replacing defective power cords beginning Saturday (tomorrow) at 9:00 a.m.

TCSS will begin replacing a limited number of power cords on Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 9 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (noon). To obtain a new power cord, parents and students can come to 100 North Davis Rd., Building A (up the hill by the TCSS Bus Shop) and return the old power cord. They will then be issued a new power cord. TCSS is working with their supplier for the remaining shipment to be sent early next week.

Any student having power cord and/or charger issues will be given additional time to complete work from the virtual learning day.

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09/18/20: TCSS Board Approves Two Virtual Days for All Students virtual learning

Two upcoming Mondays have now been deemed virtual learning days according to a vote last night during the Troup County School System (TCSS) Board of Education September meeting. 

The two days are:

  • Monday, September 28, 2020
  • Monday, November 2, 2020


Members of the Board voted to approve two virtual days for all students after the recommendation from Dr. Brian Shumate, TCSS Superintendent, came Monday night. He said, “We have heard from educators who simultaneously teach students in-person and virtually. These two days will allow them an opportunity to catch up on student assignments and lesson planning while also learning more about Canvas to better help students and parents.”

For students who need additional resources, such as wifi, for these virtual days, please review the link below:
Community Partners for Virtual Learning

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09/28/20: Former CHS Student Receives Highest FFA Award hunter

Congratulations to Callaway High School's alumni, Hunter Lee, for receiving his Future Farmers of America American Degree. This is the highest degree achievable in the National FFA Organization and it's only achieved by less than one percent of FFA members nationwide. He will be recognized in October at the National FFA Convention.

09/29/20: West Point Elementary Celebrates Constitution Day

In honor of Constitution Day, students at West Point Elementary School have been learning about citizenship. Alesia Lyles, the school counselor, has been meeting with classes to talk about ways students can be good citizens including washing hands, wearing masks and maintaining a safe distance.

Constitution Day
Pictured is Mrs. Lyles with Johnny Chan.

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