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Official 2016-2017 School Calendar

The Treutlen County School System releases the official 2016-2017 school calendar. Take a look at next year's calendar. You can always access this information under the Resources Tab located in the red information bar of each page on the website.  The calendar, as well as other important information, is located under the Student/Parent Resources area. 

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Baseball Team Begins State Playoffs

The Treutlen County High School Baseball team will start the state playoffs on Friday afternoon at 3:00. The will host Miller County in the first round. Friday will be a double-header with Game 1 starting at 3:00.  Game 2 will follow 30 minutes after the completion of Game 1. If a third game is needed, it will be on Saturday at 12:00.

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Let's Plant

As part of their science lessons, Mrs. Brandy Pollette's 1st grade class planted cucumbers in the school gardens. The gardens are available for students to grow crops. They plant, water, weed and harvest vegetables throughout the school year. The vegetables are then prepared for students to eat during lunch. 

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Seeds of Change Grant

The Treutlen County Nutrition program has involved students in growing gardens all year. The students planted, watered, weeded and gathered products through out the year. There is a grant program that will give schools money to help in this process. Please take a moment and vote for our garden as the best. You can vote as many times as you would like, but only one vote per day. To vote, just click on the link below:

Seeds of Change Grant: Vote Here

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Georgia Milestone EOG Testing

     Treutlen County School System students in grades three through eight will participate in the Georgia Milestones End of Grade Assessment April 11 – April 21, 2016.  Georgia law requires that the test be administered in grades three through eight in the content areas of English/language arts, mathematics, science and social studies.  The Georgia Milestones Assessment is based on Georgia Standards of Excellence (GCE) in the areas of ELA and math, and Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) in the areas of science and social studies.  The Georgia Milestones assessment is designed to measure the knowledge and skills taught in Georgia’s classrooms.  Students are assessed on how well they have learned content standards for their grade.  Because Georgia Milestones results will be used to determine a student’s promotion/retention, parents are encouraged to have their child at school on time each day.  Students in grades three, five, and eight must meet state standards for the test in order to be promoted to the next grade.  

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Teacher of the Year Nominations

It is that time of year when parents, students and staff are invited to nominate qualified individuals for Treutlen County Teacher of the Year. If you would like to nominate someone, please click on the link below to access the nomination form.



     Nomination Form Link

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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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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 prepared for the world of work.
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