• School Closings/Delays:

    Dear Troup County School System Community, 

    Governor Brian Kemp issued an Executive Order closing all schools through Friday, April 24th.  This is a two-week extension of our previously announced return date.  Therefore, our plan now will be to return to school on Monday, April 27th.


    As part of our support to students and families during this extended cancellation, TCSS will continue providing meal distribution services at the designated school locations and various bus stops throughout the county. Meal distribution services will occur as scheduled through April 3rd. The sites and locations can be found on troup.org.  We will send out more information regarding food services for the extended closure in the coming days.  


    Teachers continue providing student online learning resources. They are working remotely, and are available via email, to best support students and provide continuous learning opportunities. Please access the online resources at troup.org.  Many teachers are also utilizing their Google Classrooms to share learning resources as well.  We will provide more information regarding additional resources as it becomes available.  Please visit our Facebook page for daily tips and updates.


    We appreciate the support of the parents, all of our staff, and the entire community during this very unprecedented time. We will continue to keep you updated as information unfolds.

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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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