We pray that all of our Trojan families are having a safe and restful summer. We look forward to our students returning on August 7th, and we are continuing to plan and prepare for their return. Plans for opening our schools will be released next week and the following week. This information will be posted on our websites and social media pages. We will send out all calls to notify parents when the information is posted. Please stay tuned, and we look forward to seeing our students again. Thank you very much.
Tiny Trojans is an early literacy program for 3-year-old children living in Telfair County. The program is operated by Telfair County High School. Classes will begin in August, 2020 and will be held Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 11:30 am. Applications can be submitted online at this link: https://bit.ly/TelfairTinyTrojansApplication. Paper applications can be found at the high school or the Board of Education office. Contact Joel Rogers at (229) 868-5661 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions."
The Georgia Department of Public Health recommends that schools and universities increase education about respiratory hygiene. Students, faculty, and staff should follow steps to prevent the transmission of respiratory infections. Click on title for more information.
The Telfair County High School baseball field has been named the 2020 Class A-Public Field of the Year by the Georgia Dugout Club. We appreciate everyone who supports Trojan baseball, but we especially want to thank Coach Thor Ott and Griff Mizell. Both of these men donate a ton of their time to help make this field the best looking park in Class A. Click on title for more information.
Telfair County Schools Tiny Trojans student Seneca Whitehead made headlines recently when he joined the Trojan Regiment drumline on the sidelines of the football field. His mother, Tabithia Whitehead, posted a video of his performance on Facebook and the post quickly went viral. Good Morning America saw the video and invited Seneca and his mother to New York to appear as guests on the show. Click on the title above for more information.
Telfair County Schools introduces the inaugural edition of the Superintendent’s Trojan Update. The purpose of the update is to periodically inform our staff, students, and community of outstanding achievements and important events occurring throughout our beloved school system. Click title link above to view the update.
Carson Lovvorn was selected as the 2019 Reader of the Year for 4th grade by the Georgia Department of Education. Carson was honored at the Georgia State School Superintendent’s Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Each year, a Teacher of the Year and an Employee of the Year are chosen for the Telfair County School System. The Telfair County Teacher of the Year for 2019 is Lisa Pitt. The Telfair County Employee of the Year for 2019 is Roberta McMillian. We are fortunate to have many outstanding teachers and support employees from which to choose. This year’s winners are wonderful examples of the quality staff members that make our schools and system great. Click title link above for more information.