It's a Great Day to be a Tiger!

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Picture Day

Who needs TES Tiger gear?!?! We have a fundraiser starting today. It includes shirts, hoodies, masks, and more! You order online and it will ship directly to your house! It's a great day to be a tiger!


Fundraiser Gear

The Book Fair is coming! The Book Fair is coming! Start planning now for Sept. 25 - Oct. 2. See the attached letter and visit our book fair site for more information on how we are staying safe and still getting books in student hands! It's a great day to be a reading tiger!

Book Fair Letter

We are delighted to share with you a link to the 2020 Carroll County School System Annual Report. We are extremely proud of all of the accomplishments our students and staff achieved during the 2019-2020 school year. Thank you for your continued support. We are looking forward to another premier year!


Click here at access the 2020 Carroll County School System Annual Report

Please see the updated Common Sense Approach to the return of school. We cannot wait to see students face to face and virtually! Together we can help prevent the spread of sickness by following these helpful tips. Thank you for your partnership and the opportunity to serve your family!

Should I go to school?
Common Sense

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Four students competed against multiple school systems and placed 2nd in their categories.

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Mrs. Missy Calas is awarded the Bright Ideas Grant at TES!

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Please watch the message below from Governor Kemp and Superintendent Woods encouraging Georgians to complete the 2020 Census. "There is a lot at stake ― and little time to catch up. Last week, the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee released a report warning Georgia could lose nearly $75 million in annual federal healthcare, job training and education funding, if there is just a 1% undercount. Georgians can still submit their responses." (AJC)