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School Bus Safety Week October 21-25 sbs

Held during the third full week of October each year, National School Bus Safety Week is an active and evolving public education program and an excellent way for parents, students, teachers, motorists, school bus operators, school administrators, and other interested parties - to join forces and address the importance of school bus safety. Designed to promote school bus safety, school districts throughout the country observe School Bus Safety Week. 2019 National School Bus Safety Week: October 21-25, 2019 and the theme is "My School Bus, The Safest Form of Student Transportation!"

Treutlen County Receives Transportation Award safety

Pupil Transportation Green Ribbon Safety Award in Division 1

The 2019 Georgia Department of Education, Pupil Transportation Safety Award will be awarded to schools across Georgia based on system size by FTE. The state systems were divided into 8 divisions by size. There is a winner and runner-up in each division. A system will not be selected two years in a row, but a winning system would be eligible one year after a win.

The selection criteria is based on information from the systems annual Superintendents Report. Accuracy, timeliness and completeness of all components of this report shall be taken into consideration by the committee selecting the Safety Award winners each year.

The criteria will be based mainly on what each system is doing to promote a safe and vibrant pupil transportation system. Systems where Best Practices are evident and systems that go above and beyond minimum expectations will be selected. Efficiency in routing, finances and leadership will also factor in as the committee views the guiding safety principles for transporting children first.

Treutlen County Transportation was awarded the Green Ribbon School Bus Safety Award in Division 1. The four criteria areas were Safety, Reporting, Efficiency and Leadership.

Annually, bus drivers attend safety training mandated by the Georgia Department of Education. Additionally, students in Grades Pre-K through 5th grade are instructed on bus safety and evacuations during the first week of school. The district has also implemented PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Expectations) Expectations to remind students to be READY TO RIDE. Ready to Ride means being seated at all times, whispering to the person seated with you and keeping hands to yourself.

School Climate Surveys surveys

In order to make our school environment better for everyone involved, we are constantly looking for feedback from students and parents.  We would like for you to take the opportunity to let us know what you think. Please take a few minutes to complete the School Climate Survey.  Click on the appropriate link below to begin.

Parent Survey

Elementary School Student Survey

Middle School Student Survey

High School Student Survey

Title I Parent Survey title 1

The Treutlen County School District believes in a Continuous Improvement Model to address parent and student needs throughout the district. Please click on the link below to answer a few questions to assist us in meeting the needs of our Title I families. If you have children in multiple Title I schools, please complete a survey for each school. Thank you for your support!!

Title I Parent Survey 

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Elementary School Vision and Mission

  • The Vision of TES is to provide quality instruction in a safe and caring environment.
  • The Mission of TES is to empower students to strive for academic excellence, graduate from high school, and become successful life-long learners.