• Important Announcement - UPDATED

    Good afternoon Trojans. Due to the continuing high level of COVID-19 cases in our community, health district, and state, we will extend the delay of in-person instruction until January 19, 2021. Staff should report to work as scheduled. Students will continue online/packet learning and information about ongoing assignments will be announced by each school. This decision is based on the safety and well-being of our students, staff, and community. Thank you for your patience and support during this time, and we look forward to the return of our students. We will continue to monitor the COVID situation and provide updates as they develop. May God bless each of you.

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  • COVID-19 Weekly Update

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  • Graduation Rate

    The Georgia Department of Education released 2020 graduation rates to the public this week. The Telfair County School District is pleased to announce that Telfair County High School posted a 93.4% 4-year graduation rate for 2020. This is up from 91.4% in 2019. The state graduation rate for 2020 is 83.8%. Congratulations to our dedicated students, faculty, staff, and administrators at each of our schools on this outstanding achievement!

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  • COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Return to School Guidance for Staff and Students

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  • Updated Reopening Plan

    Please click the title to view the updated Reopening Plan for Telfair County Schools for 2020-2021.

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  • Online Registration Form

    Parents and students interested in the online learning option should fill out the online registration form. Please complete a separate form for each child. Click the title above for more information.

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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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  • TCES Named Reward School for 2017

    The Telfair County School District is honored to announce that Telfair County Elementary School has been named a Reward School for 2017 by the Georgia Department of Education. TCES was named a Reward School in the Highest-Progress School category. Highest-Progress Schools are among the top 10 percent of the state’s Title I schools in making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years (2013 – 2015) on statewide assessments. TCES was one of only four schools in our entire RESA district to achieve this impressive distinction. We would like to congratulate our administrators, faculty members, staff members, community supporters, and, of course, students for this outstanding achievement. Thanks to each of you for your unwavering commitment to the “Pursuit of Excellence.”

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  • Bright form the Start Newsletter

    Georgia's Pre-K Program has developed newsletters to share instructional strategies and ideas for the Pre-K classroom. Pre-K consultants invite teachers to submit creative ideas for future issues.

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