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  • Governor Kemp extends school closure through April 24, 2020

    Governor Kemp has extended his previous executive order closing all public schools to in-person instruction through April 24, 2020. Students may return on April 27, 2020. Student instruction will continue through online learning and student packets. Please continue to check the school website/social media or contact your child’s school for information about assignments. Please continue to check our school nutrition website/social media for information about student meals. All extracurricular activities, including practices, field trips, etc. remain suspended until further notice. Please continue to monitor our websites/social media for student updates and information.

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  • Coronavirus Guidelines For America

    Please click on the title heading to view Coronavirus Guidelines for America.

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  • TCHS Prom Rescheduled

    In light of Governor Kemp’s issuance of a state of emergency requesting social distancing and avoidance of larger crowds, the TCHS prom will be postponed and rescheduled for May 2, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience, and we appreciate your understanding during this unprecedented time.

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  • Georgia Department of Public Health: Respiratory Illness

    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.

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  • After-School Tutoring Opportunities at TCHS

    Telfair County High School will be offering after school tutoring four days each week for high school students who need additional assistance in any of the four academic areas. Tutoring will be offered Monday through Thursday from 4:00-5:30 pm, January 27th through May 7th. Students must have their own transportation. For more information, contact Eric Cowart, Bill Wood, or Sherry Beasley at 868-6096.

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  • Coach Benny Livingston Named 2019 Assistant Coach of the Year

    We are pleased to announce that Coach Benny Livingston has been named the 2019 Class A-Public Assistant Coach of the Year by the Georgia Dugout Club. In the past decade, Livingston oversaw the development of 9 players that went on to the next level. Recently, TCHS made the playoffs 4 years straight, making a semifinal appearance in 2017 and a state finals appearance in 2018. In that span, TCHS pitchers were excellent, posting a sub-3.00 ERA over 4 years. Catchers were just as effective, throwing out 14 runners in 2017. Just as important as his on-field efforts, Coach Livingston is well-regarded at TCHS for his willingness to go the extra mile to help fix or build equipment, machinery, etc. to make all of the sports at TCHS function. Congratulations Coach Livingston, and thank you for everything you've done for our program over the years!

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  • Department of Public Health News Release

    The Department of Public Health has issued a news release regarding vaping and electronic cigarettes. Please click on the title above to view the news release.

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