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Troup County School System - Parent Engagement Month

Parent Engagement Month is Underway (Video Below)

Communication is key when it comes to parent engagement says a group of over 30 parents who rolled out of bed to have their voices heard at an early morning meeting sponsored by Troup County School System (TCSS). Once a month, the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) meets to share ideas and information that helps parents and the school system maintain an open line of communication between the two groups.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkoOUBeqNDQ

Tracy Bain Represents TCSS on the State Parent Advisory Council (Video Below)

Congratulations to Tracy Bain for being selected as a parent representative for the 2019 State School Superintendent's Parent Advisory Council (PAC). She is active in the local PAC, and as a Long Cane Elementary School parent, she plans to represent TCSS and share ideas to increase parent and family engagement during her 2-year term as a council member.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xEaWVVswEM

Students Get a Dose of Reality with 'realityU'

Holden Schindler, 8th grade Callaway Middle School student, walked into the school gymnasium with 74 of his classmates and saw the area transformed into a community that was prepared to give the students a reality check. The event, realityU, was sponsored by PNC Bank and Communities in Schools.


A total of 150 eighth grade students participated. When they entered the facility, each person was provided a profile that included their income, marital status, credit score, career field, credit card debt, student loan status, and other critical life elements that can impact lifestyle and financial wellbeing choices adults make. They also received a realityU Student Passport where they could record monthly transactions and associated costs, and also receive a ‘passport stamp’ for the stations they visited during the hour-long exercise.


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THINC Students and Staff Vote in Project Based Learning Module

On election day, Mr. Ken White's government class at THINC hosted a modified voter registration drive to simulate what the actual voting process consists of. The students worked through a Project Based Learning module where they created a voter registration drive, voter lists, and then held a pseudo election complete with 'I Voted' stickers. THINC students and building employees showed up to 'cast' their vote for the project based learning event.

TCSS Employee Spotlight - Leslie Battle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU-qLIZHUr8

Help Us Share the TCSS Story

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 PreK-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.

November 27, 2018