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Congratulations Ms. Traviera Sewell, TCSS Teacher of the Year! (video below)
TCSS Schools Take STEM Learning Around the Race Track
This time last year, Payde Akins was in elementary school and the Long Cane Middle School Cougar Racing team was presenting to the Troup County School System (TCSS) Board of Education about the Greenpower class offered at the school.
Now, one year later, Payde Akins, 6th grade student at Long Cane Middle School (LCMS), knew she was driving for a purpose but didn’t know she was in the lead as she raced around the Diverse Power Grand Prix track at LaGrange College. When she came to a halt and the #999 Cougar Strong Racing team maneuvered the car under the tent, they finally gave her the news – she helped the team win first place.
Read entire story here.
The GNMS G Masters are proud to win 2nd place in their first race.
Dylan Nation preps to drive for the Cavalier Racing Team after making some changes to the vehicle.
Cougar Racing Team and pageant winners show off Greenpower cars.
First Ever TCSS Arts & Appetizers Event Welcomes Over 350 Guests! (video below)
TCSS Honor School Board Members
Troup County School System (TCSS) is joining a statewide celebration saluting the efforts of local school board members. Governor Nathan Deal has proclaimed March 18-22 as School Board Appreciation Week in Georgia. This week-long observance calls attention to the contributions of local boards of education.
“Citizens elect board members to represent the community’s voice on education matters. Our board spends countless hours fulfilling its responsibilities and working together to continually improve our education system,” said Dr. Roy Nichols, interim superintendent of TCSS.
Read entire story here.
Middle School Students Use Technology to Help Learn Finance
Sheriff Woodruff Reads to Callaway Elementary Students
Read Across America week brought guests and book giveaways into many of our elementary schools. Several community leaders stopped through to read to students and share the importance of literacy. At Callaway Elementary, Troup County Sheriff James Woodruff stopped by to discuss his job responsibilities before reading Hooray for Police Officers! to Mrs. Christy Washington's 4th grade class.
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We are proud to be an educational path to success where parents choose to send their children for a quality education. We are an accredited educational system with over 12,000 students in grades K-12.
Vision: Troup County School System will provide educational opportunities that inspire learners to be independent, successful, and happy.
Mission: The mission of the Troup County School System is to educate all students in a challenging and safe learning environment, so they will become productive citizens in a diverse and changing world.
March 15, 2019