Monthly Archives: July 2016

Jarzen, Speer Team Up For Some Doubles Success


Another one is in the books. Donna Jarzen and Barbara Speer raised their game and made their shots as they took down Stacey Bonner and Susan Wall, 6-1, 6-3 in a doubles match in the Women’s League on Thursday night at the McCluskey Center. Speer and Jarzen played some dominating tennis early and late in the match, which lasted an ...

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McCluskey’s Keeth Has Been A Teaching Pro For A Decade


He’s a tennis swinger with a racket in his hand. It’s been that way for awhile for Joey Keeth, who just happens to be one of the fixtures at the McCluskey Tennis Center in LaGrange. Keeth coaches. Keeth plays, and he wears tennis on his sleeve. Keeth is an all weather, all day tennis player. Every day is the best ...

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TCSS Bus Monitor Training


As bus drivers and monitors prepare to take busloads of children to school on August 10th, all Troup County School System (TCSS) bus monitors gathered for a training to kick the new school year off right. During the morning session led by TCSS Transportation Director Dr. Jeffrey Turner, over 60 employees gathered for an informative session on expectations, goals, building ...

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Georgia Department Of Education Releases Financial Efficiency Ratings

LaGrange, Ga., July 21, 2016 – Last week, the Georgia Department of Education released its first ever Financial Efficiency Star Ratings for each school district in Georgia. In accordance with OCGA § 20-14-33, the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement is required to work with the Georgia Department of Education to create the rating based on a five star system. Troup ...

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