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09/18/19: TCSS Graduation Rates Rise to 86.6 Percent Graduation

Today, TCSS received some good news – the graduation rates were up once again. TCSS posted numbers almost five percentage points higher than the state average. The district’s rate over the past four years has increased 9.6 percentage points from 76.9 percent to 86.6 percent. With a total of 768 graduates, the TCSS 2019 graduation rates are as follows:
 

  • Callaway High - 86.7%
  • LaGrange High - 86.4%
  • Troup High - 87.2%
  • TCSS - 86.6%
  • State of Georgia - 82%

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09/17/19: Dr. Johnson Teaches Teaching as a Profession Johnson

This morning, students in LaGrange High School's Teaching as a Profession pathway welcomed a familiar face as guest speaker - Dr. Penny Johnson, Asst. Supt. of Curriculum Instruction and Professional Learning for TCSS.

09/09/19: Clearview Elementary Enjoys Visitors from the Zoo Sloth

The Clearview Elementary Wolves enjoyed an exciting and educational presentation last week by Christian Carter of Barn Hill Preserve in Ethel, Louisiana. The focus of the presentation was "conservation through education" and the students were encouraged to get involved with conservation efforts. The students were able to observe and learn lots about the characteristics and habitats of a two-toed sloth, a silky chicken, a woolly opossum and a bearded dragon.                                   

09/04/19: Kobe Hudson Receives Outstanding Player Award Kobe Hudson

Kobe Hudson, Troup High School student, was recently named the State Play of the Week after his great performance during the Ridgeland game against Troup. Hudson thanked his coaches and teammates because he said, "It takes the effort of a team to be a success."

09/05/19: Hollis Hand Elementary Students Celebrate Good Behavior Keshun Freeman

Hollis Hand Elementary students celebrated their good behavior with prize drawings, teachers dancing, and former Troup County School System graduate KeShun Freeman giving some words of encouragement to the elementary students.

Freeman has been known to share a great message with kids across Troup County, “It’s important to me to encourage kids to do well in school and be responsible citizens. They can really be an inspiration to others. There is so much to life and they have the potential for growth to be what they aspire to when they grow up.”

A Callaway High graduate, Freeman received two degrees from Georgia Tech while also playing football. He aspires to go into the medical field one day, but for now a potential acting gig in Hollywood and being a community leader is calling his name.

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