As we plan for Back to School Troup County, we know there has been an interest in learning options and safety measures for our students and employees. Thanks to the 216-member Back to School Task Force, the Community Survey, the Employee Survey, and feedback from our principals', we have worked together to develop a plan that takes an approach of collaboration and fluidity as health concerns may shift in our community. We want to provide the best possible return to the learning environment under guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, District 4 Public Health, and the Georgia Department of Education's Restart and Recovery recommendations.
We appreciate your patience as the plan was developed with our kids and employees in mind. Below are links to resources and information that can assist our parents as they look to make an informed decision based on their child's learning needs. Please know that the plans set forth in the below documents can be modified or altered based on the direction from our trusted health organizations. We look forward to seeing everyone on August 17, 2020!
Community Partnership w/Internet Access (English)
Guidelines for Families(English)
Community Partnership w/Internet Access (Spanish)
Guidelines for Families (Spanish)
Community Partnership w/Internet Access (Korean)
Guidelines for Families (Korean)
Sanitizing Facilities and Buildings Information
TCSS Covid-19 Decision Matrix - August 17, 2020 @ 4:30 pm
English - Back to School Action Plan - August 26, 2020
Spanish - Back to School Action Plan - August 26, 2020
Korean - Back to School Action Plan - August 26, 2020
English - Back to School Board Presentation - July 13, 2020
The deadline to declare virtual learning is Friday, September, 25, 2020. Please contact your school for the appropriate Troup County Virtual Academy agreement.
Select this link for a Frequently Asked Questions Document
Korean - Frequently Asked Questions Document
Spanish - Frequently Asked Questions Document