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Golden Radish Treutlen County Schools Receives Golden Radish Award

Georgia’s Departments of Agriculture, Public Health, Education and Georgia Organics came together under the prestigious Gold Dome for the annual Golden Radish Awards to celebrate incredible gains made in the farm to school movement. 53 school districts—nearly one-third of all public school districts in Georgia with a  reach of over 1 million students—are now participating in farm to school programs and recognized through the Golden Radish Awards. 

Treutlen County Schools was recognized with the Golden Radish Award at the Silver level for their accomplishments during the 2015-2016 school year, which include:

Locally grown items were featured on the school menu 22 times, including tomatoes and cucumbers from school gardens.

Students participated in six hands-on cooking and food activities primarily using food grown in the school garden. Students picked blueberries, kale, carrots, and tomatoes for smoothies, salads, and raw tastings. 

Teachers integrated farm to school into curriculum lessons 20 times. Kindergarten and first grade used the garden for various science and math lessons while fourth graders learned about composting.

The Golden Radish Award publicly recognizes school districts for all aspects of farm to school, from local food procurement to hosting taste tests to gardening with students, and is awarded at Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Honorary Levels.  Districts were evaluated on their work in ten different activities of farm to school. 

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Veterans TES Veterans Day Program

The Treutlen County Elementary School Veterans day program will be held Friday November 11th at 9:00 A.M. The program is open to the public. All Veterans are invited to attend a reception held in their honor immediately following the program.

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School Nutrition Program is Silver Award Winner!!!!

The HealthierUS School Challenge (HUSSC) is a voluntary certification initiative recognizing those schools enrolled in Team Nutrition.  Those schools have created healthier school environments through promotion of nutrition and physical activity.  In 2010, First Lady Michelle Obama introduced Let’s Move!, incorporating HUSSC into her campaign to raise a healthier generation of kids. There are different HUSSC award levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Gold Award of Distinction.

To date, HUSSC awards have been given to schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. As of August 31, 2016, there are 4,661 schools certified (3,234 Bronze, 908 Silver, 330 Gold, and 189 Gold Award of Distinction).

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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 accomplishments, 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!   


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  • 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 prepared for the world of work.
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