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TCSS - Superintendent Search Stakeholder Meetings

TCSS Superintendent Search Stakeholder Group Meetings

The TCSS Board of Education recently announced a series of superintendent search stakeholder meetings. Consultants from McPherson Jacobson, LLC, an executive search firm, will conduct each stakeholder meeting for the purpose of gathering suggestions from TCSS employees and community members on the qualities they desire in the next Superintendent of Schools. The following meeting locations and times have been established to meet with various community and school system groups:


Any Business Leader & Politician

ASC Board Room

Tuesday, November 13th

5:30 p.m.


Any Parent

ASC Board Room

Wednesday, November 14th

8:30 a.m.


Any Classified Staff (no ASC or school level administrators)

ASC Board Room

Wednesday, November 14th

2:00 p.m.


Any TCSS Teacher (no ASC or school level administrators)

LHS Auditorium

Wednesday, November 14th

4:00 p.m.


Any Community Member

LHS Auditorium

Wednesday, November 14th

6:00 p.m.


TCSS Administrative Staff

ASC Board Room

Thursday, November 15th

9:00 a.m.


TCSS Board of Education

ASC Board Room

Thursday, November 15th

5:30 p.m.

Representative Randy Nix Remembers His Favorite Teacher

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQnRpRCROZg&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2dLjZUXZmPv4skSRN-C7EqWqvEcJ4whX9uqvY5uHcUXTo5_k3A1OpUqaE

Congrats to the TCSS CCRPI 'Bright Spots'

· All middle schools increased their climate star rating to four stars.

· Fourteen out of 18 schools have a star rating of four or higher.

· Troup High received the maximum star rating for the second year in a row, with five stars.

· Berta Weathersbee Elementary received the highest score in the ‘progress’ measurement.

· Hollis Hand Elementary received the highest score in the ‘content mastery’ measurement, and they also received the highest overall score.

· LaGrange High received the highest scores in the ‘content mastery’, ‘progress’ and ‘readiness’ measurement for high schools.

· Callaway High received the highest scores for ‘closing the gap’.


TCSS leadership said they will continue to have a laser focus on the following:

· Aligning teacher instruction to state standards

· Continuing to teach literacy in all subjects

· Analyzing assessment data to monitor and improve instruction

· Providing professional learning and teaching resources to staff

· Improving community relationships to impact early literacy and student success


***Please note -- The 2018 CCRPI uses an updated calculation approved as part of Georgia’s state plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). 2018 scores are NOT comparable to any prior year. Any comparison, or statement that a school or district’s scores have “risen” or “dropped” is incorrect.

November 8, 2018