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Golden Radish Award Winner

The Treutlen County School System was recognized with the Golden Radish Award, a prestigious state-wide farm to school distinction which acknowledges the outstanding leadership of school representatives building comprehensive farm to school programs. 


The school district was recognized for its efforts to educate students on nutrition and agriculture by State School Superintendent Richard Woods, Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black, Public Health Commissioner Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, and Georgia Organics Board Chair Mandy Mahoney.


Pictured left to right Assistant Superintendent  Regina Harris, Superintendent Cheryl Conley Nutrition Director Alecia “Red” Barret. Second Row: State School Superintendent Richard Woods, Public Health Commissioner Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, Georgia Organics Board Chair Mandy Mahoney, and Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black at the Golden Radish Award Ceremony

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Homecoming at THS

Treutlen County High School will celebrate Homecoming this Friday night, October 9th, at Bobby Driggers Stadium. The game will begin at 7:30. The Homecoming Queen will be crowned at half time. Please come out and support the Vikings as they take on the Eagles of Montgomery County.

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Parent School Climate Survey - IMPORTANT!!!

Our school system is constantly working to improve our schools. As part of that process, we are asking all parents to complete the Parent School Climate Survey.  This survey allows you to give your opinions about our schools.  Please take a few moments to complete the survey. Click on the link below to access the survey.


Parent Climate Survey

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Congratulations September Character Kids

At the end of each month, the Elementary School teachers choose students who have demonstrated great character during the month. Each month there is a different character word stressed. The Character Word for September was honest. Pictured here are the September Character Kids.

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Jr Beta Members Read to TES Students

The Jr Beta Club is performing a service project once a month in the Media Center.  Each month, different students from the Jr Beta Club will participate in the reading service project by reading to various grade level students from the elementary school.  The elementary school students really enjoyed themselves.

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Students learn about States of Matter

After studying about the states of matter (solids, liquids and gases) in 2nd grade physical science, the students enjoyed a read aloud in the Media Center of Bartholomew and the Oobleck by Dr. Seuss.  After the read aloud the 2nd Grade Science Teachers did a demonstration of making Oobleck using cornstarch, water, and food coloring.  The students discussed what type of matter the Oobleck was a solid or a liquid.

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Superintendent's Message


Cheryl E. Conley, Ed.D.

As the Superintendent for Treutlen County Schools, located in Soperton, Georgia, let me welcome you to our school district webpage.  We are excited that you have visited our website and we hope to provide you with the information that you will need to stay abreast of our ongoing accomplishements, our upcoming events, and any special news bulletins that may be provided from time to time.  Our ultimate goal in Treutlen County is to have the best rural school district in the state of Georgia!  We take great pride....Viking Pride....in training and educating our students in a family environment.  We may be "small town" but our students and staff have heart, determination, and a desire to be the best.  We are also blessed to have the support of our community.  I am honored to be a part of such a wonderful team!   


School District Vision and Mission

  • The Vision of Treutlen County Schools is to become the premier rural school district in Georgia.
  • The Mission of Treutlen County Schools is to empower students to strive for academic excellence, graduate from high school, and become successful life-long learners.
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