District News

Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration March 1 - 26, 2021 Registration

Registration Information: For faster service, you may submit your application prior to your registration appointment. The registration will be incomplete if you do not submit the required documentation. Please call 706-812-7900 for assistance.  

Please use this link for registration: REGISTER MY CHILD FOR SCHOOL

02/26/21: TCSS Dashboard - Friday, February 26, 2021 covid

The new TCSS Dashboard update is now available. 


Printable Covid-19 Dashboard

Longitudinal Data Dashboard (as of Feb. 23, 2021)

02/24/21: Troup County Certified Literate Community Program BWES

Can you spell T-H-A-N-K-F-U-L? Third graders at Berta Weathersbee Elementary School were feeling thankful recently when Mama Jama (Debbie Burdette) visited their classrooms virtually to keep a long standing Troup County tradition going. After a presentation by Burdette, each student was given a copy of a dictionary to keep. The dictionaries were provided by the Troup County Certified Literate Community Program. 

02/24/21: Troup High Makes Stained Glass THS Stained Glass

Troup High students in Mrs. Andrew's class graphed 10 linear equations onto the same graph to create a stained glass pattern. Students then traced that pattern on transparency film and colored the stained glass in with markers. 

02/23/21: Walmart Donates Over $10,000 in School Supplies to TCSS Walmart Donation

Thanks to Walmart Supercenter for donating over $10,000 worth of school supplies to Troup County School System employees and students.

When school system maintenance employees met with store lead, Ashton Estep, she said, “It means a lot to Walmart to be able to support TCSS as a partner in education. We continue to help out our community and make sure our schools and the teachers are taken care of. We believe that our children’s education is everything in this world and we want to make sure that we are doing everything we can to help take care of their education needs.”

Read entire story here.

02/22/21: LaGrange High School TAP Class

Two seniors, who are interning through the Teaching as a Profession (TAP) class at LHS, are teaching at GNMS this semester. Merideth Baswell and Hayleigh Seabough know they want to teach older grades when they graduate from college. This is the first time practicum is being taught in lower grades for high school students looking to go into teaching. The TAP students usually have their practicum at FFE, but since these 2 seniors are looking to get a degree in secondary education, GNMS was the perfect fit.

The students teach Monday - Thursday and also participate in the '345 Thrive' mentoring program for elementary students. 




02/22/21: Callaway Middle School STEM Lab STEM

Mrs. Rachel Monroe’s science class wrapped up their unit on plate tectonics with a STEM lab. These sixth grade Callaway Middle students worked to create structures that would withstand an earthquake and then tested their structures with the earthquake simulator. After testing their structures, they were able to record results and make modifications to their designs.

02/23/21: Troup County Workforce Needs Assessment

Troup County Employers are asked to complete a Workforce Needs Assessment to help prepare students for the future of workforce needs. The survey can be completed by selecting this link: 2021 Troup County Workforce Needs Assessment

Letter from Dr. Brian Shumate and Gerald Wyatt, CEO of THINC College & Career Academy




02/19/21: Diverse Power Foundation and Diverse Power Donate $10,000 to Greenpower diverse power

Thank you to the Diverse Power Foundation and Diverse Power for their combined donation of $10,000 to the Greenpower teams in Troup County. On Saturday, February 27th, students from across the Southeast will compete in Columbus at the Columbus Civic Center. Next month, they will compete at Gardner Newman Middle School in the Diverse Power Grand Prix race. 

Ken Pope, Diverse Power Residential Services/Marketing Coordinator, said the company and foundation are constantly involved in scholarship and school programs. That includes mentoring youth, especially through the electric racing program. “The Greenpower program for students fits right in with our mission to promote the wise use of electricity and environmental stewardship.”

Read full story here. 

Troup High School Presents Matilda the Musical Matilda the Musical