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District News

Early Dismissal Days Early Dismissal Days

On December 12th, 13th and 14th, all students will be dismissed at 1:00. These early dismissal days are for Semester Exams.  Encourage your students to prepare well for these important exams. Please make plans for students to arrive home early on these days.

Christmas Break Christmas Break

The 14th is the last day for all students before the holiday break. We look forward to seeing all students back on January 4th.  Hope you all have a great Christmas holiday break.

TES Family Literacy Night

Treutlen Elementary school will be conducting a Family Literac Night on December the 6th, begining at 5:30.  Please make plans to come out and see what, together, we can do to help our students

2018 Veterans Day Celebration Veterans Day

On Monday, November 12th, the Treutlen County Elementary school presented the annual Veterans Day program. he program included a guest speaker, slide show, music and much more. After the program, all veterans were invited to a breakfast reception. We are so thankful to all our veterans and their sacrifices to keep out country free. We salute all veterans and they families. For those who were unable to attend, you can watch the videos of the program. They are listed separately below.

Veterans Day Video Part 1 Part 1

Veterans Day 2018 Program Video Part 1 - Introductions, Pledge, Guest Speaker and Elementary School Songs.

 

Veterans Day Video Part 2 Part 2

Veterans Day 2018 Program Video Part 2 - Slide Show Honoring our Veterans

Veterans Day Video Part 3 Part 3

Veterans Day 2018 Program Video Part 3 - High School Songs and Closing Remarks

Golden Radish Award Gold Rad

Treutlen County Nutrition program receives the coveted Golden Radish award. Treutlen County Schools won gold level recognition at the 2018 Golden Radish Awards held in Atlanta. The Golden Radish Award publicly recognizes Georgia school districts for best practices in farm to school programs, such as local food procurement, exposing students to new foods through taste tests and incorporating gardening and cooking activities into the curriculum. Treutlen County was one of 84 Georgia School Districts recognized at the awards. Collectively, these districts served more than 1.3 million students a whopping 109 million school meals with locally grown food items during the 2017-18 school year! Congratulations to "Red" and her great staff.