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04/29/19: TCSS Family & Engagement Policy for Parent Feedback

Attention Families - We would love your input on updating our Parent & Family Engagement Policy. Please download, and read over, the below document and then submit your ideas and thoughts via the Google document link below. Thank you!

Link to Parent & Family Engagement Policy
Link to Google Form for Idea Submission

 

05/17/19: School 2 Work Graduates Start Local Jobs Mauser

When Troup County School System (TCSS) seniors toss their graduation caps in the air next week as a culmination to the graduation ceremony, they will be entering the workforce stage of life. It has just gotten easier thanks to the School 2 Work partnership between LaGrange Development Authority and TCSS.

Recently, close to 30 students visited local advanced manufacturing companies because they are looking to go directly to work after graduation. In three days, they were able to see the inner workings of the organizations, meet hiring managers, and interview for available positions where they can graduate on Friday and become a working employee on Monday.

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05/13/19: TCSS Parent Engagement Hosts Federal Program Discussion

Recently, TCSS hosted a parent engagement meeting to obtain feedback about federal programs offered within the school system. They also discussed TCSS's mission, vision, values, and system improvement plan. The video highlights the entire discussion. 
 

 

05/07/19: Troup High Valedictorian Wrote The Vision Early Anna Murphy

During a classroom project at Long Cane Middle School, Anna Murphy had to write her short term and long term goals. One of those goals was to become valedictorian. Just a few weeks ago, she was told she met that goal.

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05/06/19: LaGrange High Valedictorian is a Hometown Girl Chloe Beall

You can see the Granger pride beaming off of Chloe Beall when she accepted the valedictorian honor at the April Board of Education meeting. She was dressed in Granger blue and insists that, “It’s something that is hard to get rid of. I’ve grown up in LaGrange my whole life so I will always have that Granger pride.”

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