District News

TCS Parent and School Compact Meeting Meet

Treutlen County Schools will be hosting a Parent and School Compact Meeting on Wednesday June 2 at 10:00. This is a virtual meeting. Click on the link below to participate.

Hosted by: Dr. Jameson Travick, Title One Director and Mrs. Crystal Coney, Family Engagement Coordinator
Topic: TCS - Parent and School Compact Meeting

Join Zoom Meeting with the link below:
Meeting ID: 811 2439 5091

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Meeting ID: 811 2439 5091

Back to School - Open House back to school OH

The back to school open house will take place on Monday August 2nd and Tuesday August 3rd from 2:30 until 6:00. There are 4 sessions planned for Open house to allow for smaller numbers of people in the building at any time. Each household will attend open house based on the oldest child’s last name.  If the last name is A-F you will attend form 2:30-4:00 on Monday, G-L 4:30-6:00 Monday, M-R 2:30-4:00 Tuesday and S-Z 4:30-6:00 Tuesday. We look forward to seeing all of you at Open House.

Covid19 Vaccinations for Students cov

if you are interested in your child receiving the Covid19 vaccination, the Treutlen County Health Department will be at the school to provide those during Open House.  The local health department will be providing the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to students 12 years of age and older (accompanied by a parent/guardian) between 2:30PM and 5:30 PM during open house Monday, Aug. 2, and Tuesday, August 3. Please speak to your child's doctor or medical provider prior to vaccination if you have any questions or concerns. Pfizer is a 2-dose vaccine separated by 21 days. The health department staff will return in 21 days to vaccinate those students that get the first dose during open house.  Consent forms and Emergency Use Authorization packets will be provided during the vaccination clinic.

2021 School Reopening Safety Plan

The Treutlen County School System has created a school reopening plan. It includes the precautions and procedures to ensure the best possible safe reopening of the school. To see the plan click the link below.

Link to Plan

DPH - Scoliosis Screening Required DHP

The Department of Public Health wants to remind all parents that scoliosis screening is required for all students in the 6th and 8th
grades who attend public school in Georgia.  Scoliosis is a sideways curve of the spine. About 3% of children are affected by scoliosis. It can
occur at any age but is often noticeable between the ages of 9 and 16, when growth occurs rapidly. For more information, please click on the links below.

Screening Details

Form 4400

2021 School Supplies - TES and TMS School Supplies

The following below show which school supply items are requested for you child. The list is based ion items needed for each grade level. Please click on the links below to see the entire supply list. These are divided by Middle and Elementary Schools. 

Treutlen Elementary School Supply List

Treutlen Middle School Supply List

Virtual Senior Parent Night SPN

THS will be conducting a Class of 2022 Senior Parent Night virtually on August 18th.

Title One- Virtual Senior Parent Meeting
Wednesday, August 18 · 5:30 – 6:30pm
Google Meet joining info:
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/gxz-tyzk-pkc
Or dial: ‪(US) +1 470-705-4451‬ PIN: ‪530 847 031‬#

Don’t miss this opportunity….  Join our staff to learn more about the senior year timeline, credits, SAT/ACT, college readiness, scholarships, FAFSA, graduation requirements and much more!  All senior students and parents are encouraged to attend.

New Covid19 Procedures covid

Because of the confirmed positive cases of COVID in Treutlen County, Treutlen County Schools modified numerous procedures effective this morning for students and staff in the school building.  The district added more lunch periods (one earlier and one later—a snack will be provided as needed) for increased social distancing abilities.  All water fountains will be closed effective this afternoon and we encourage students to bring a refillable water bottle to school for hydration purposes.  Temporarily, all student overnight travel will be limited until Treutlen County’s 14-day case rate decreases.  We are in the process of preparing a reduced student count in person school model should case rates elevate or remain elevated.  The school system will communicate any changes to the instructional delivery method well in advance for parents to make the necessary arrangements.  In conclusion, we encourage students and staff to wear masks and practice social distancing as we enter this new phase of COVID in education.  The district will provide school system summary data on Friday’s.

Reduced Price Internet FCC

On February 25th, the FCC unanimously adopted a Report and Order that established the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, a $3.2 billion federal initiative to help lower the cost of high-speed internet for eligible households during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program was created by Congress in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. Our students in the Treutlen County school system are eligible for this program. You can read more and get the full details of the program, as well as apply on line by clicking on the links. 

Order Your Yearbook Now! 2022 YB

It's that time of year. Treutlen Middle/High Students, it's time to order your 2022 yearbook. To order your yearbook online, please click on the link below!  Remember to use the code 620.  You can also bring check or cash of $50 to Ms. Tina's room.

Click Here to Order Your Yearbook!

Johnson County Football Game Canceled cancel

The varsity football game between Treutlen County and Johnson County, that was scheduled for Friday, September 17 was canceled.  This was due to threats being made against the citizens of Treutlen County. To see the full letter that was shared with the community, please click on the link below. 

Full Letter

Title One Kindergarten Parent Night kinder

Kindergarten plays a vital role in a child’s early growth and development.  Children learn to communicate and engage in literacy and mathematical skills, and also develop social and emotional skills. TES kindergarten classroom environments supports student’s learning and focus on building supportive and caring relationships. Please click on the link below to see the presentation on how the kindergarten teacher's are crating a great leaning environment for students.

Click Here for Presentation

The Book Fair is Coming bookfair

OH BOY, it is that time of year. The book fair is coming to Treutlen County Schools, October 1st-7th.  The book fair will be open from 7:30-3:00 each day except for the 7th when all purchases must be made by 11:00am.  

K-3rd Grade Video Preview

4th-5th Grade Video Preview

Online Shopping Link

School Bus Safety Week - Oct. 18-22 bus

Bus Driver Appreciation Day is Monday, October 18th. School Bus Safety Week will be October 18th-22nd. We truly appreciation of our bus drivers, monitors, substitute drivers and bus shop technician. They do a great job in transporting our students safely. 

Homecoming Dance - Oct. 23rd Block Party

Have you heard the good news? SkillsUSA will be hosting a Homecoming Dance!   The dance will be held Saturday, October 23rd, outside the cafeteria area from 7:00 - 10:30pm. See Mrs. Alison in 504 for tickets.

Annual Title I Meeting - Oct. 26th Title 1

Parents of students who attend Treutlen Elementary School and Treutlen Middle/High School are invited to attend the Annual Title I Meeting.  The meeting will take place on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in the Treutlen County K-12 School Cafeteria.  Attendants will learn about the requirements of Title I and how parents can become more involved in their child’s education.

We Love and Support our Veterans Vet Day

Thursday, November 11th  Treutlen Elementary School would like to show gratitude to our Veterans by handing out a small token of our appreciation. If you are a Veteran please stop by in front of the school between 8:30 and 10:30 to receive your gift and stay tuned to our Facebook page for a special message from our students. Thank you for all that you do and have done for our great nation!

TES Family Math Night - Nov 18 math night

TES will be hosting a Family Math Night on November 18, from 5:15-6:30.  The purpose of the event is to provide families with a variety of resources to support mathematical learning at home.  Door Prizes and light refreshments will be provided. Please make plans to attend.  We look forward to seeing you there. 

FBLA Thanksgiving Food Drive Food Drive

The Treutlen County High School FBLA will be conducting a Food Drive during the month of November. Please donate non-perishable food items to those in need during this Holiday season. Items can be placed in the box in the hallway or brought to Room #703.

TES Family Literacy Night - December 6th Lit Night

On December 6th, the Treutlen County Elementary School will be holding Family Literacy Night from 5:30-7:00PM.  The event will take place at the THS Basketball Gym next to Bobby Driggers Stadium. Please come out and enjoy Christmas performances from 1st-3rd grade students.  Free food, books, and literacy material will be provided to families.  Family Literacy Night is a great way to engage students and their parents in meaningful literacy activities while strengthening the partnership between school and home.  Please mark your calendar and make plans to attend. We look forward to seeing you there!

DFCS - Pandemic Food Assistance Program DFCS

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic: The Georgia Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS), in partnership with the Department of
Education (GaDOE), has been approved to offer the P-EBT program for the 2020-2021 school term. This program will provide the families of children who receive free and/or reduced lunch at school with additional financial assistance to buy groceries.

Click Here for Full Details

TMS Title One Parent Meeting - Jan 6th from 4-6pm Title 1

Make plans to come out and meet with your student's teachers. A parent-teacher conference is a great opportunity to:

  • share academic progress and growth based on classroom observations, testing data, assessments, portfolios, and assignments
  • learn from parents or guardians so you can be better informed about students' strengths, needs, behaviors, and learning styles
  • discuss enrichment or intervention strategies to support students' learning
  • discuss issues that may be interfering with students' learning and growth