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If you missed your Chromebook meeting for students in grades 9-12, you may stop by TCHS between 9 - 11:30 and 1:00 - 3:30 Tuesday, Aug 7th through Thursday, Aug 9th. The video is about 30 minutes long. Also please remember, we are in the middle of pre-planning, so it may take longer than 30 minutes to get your Chromebook. Please be patient.


If you did not pick up your Chromebook on the scheduled day, you will need to get it before Friday, Aug 10th. Students will need their Chromebooks for class on Monday, Aug 13th and they will NOT be able to pick them up on the 1st day of school.


Schedule/Chromebook Pick-up for 9th - 12th grade Students at TCHS

All student schedules will be release electronically on August 2 and August 3. Students can access their schedule through their Infinite Campus student account or parent account.

Please do NOT call or email the school or your guidance counselor for schedule concerns or changes.


All students will report to Blue Devil Block on the first day of school at the first bell and will receive a paper copy of their finalized schedule at that time. Schedules may be adjusted throughout the next week based on enrollment numbers. The period and teacher of the class may change as classes are balanced and adjusted (the actual class itself should not change). A student’s Blue Devil Block will not change.

Full time Dual Enrollment students are also assigned a Blue Devil Block and are required to attend the first day of school at 8:00 to receive important paperwork.


Additional ID Information:

Students in any grade level may have IDs made on the following dates between

the hours of  8:30 - 11:30 am or 1:30 - 4:00 pm:


July 23th-August 3rd
August 7th-9th




School Climate

The National School Climate Center defines school climate

as “the quality and character of school life” that is based on the “patterns of students’, parents’, and school personnel’s experiences of school life.”[1] School climate can be influenced by the norms, goals, values, interpersonal relationships, instructional practices, and organizational structures within a school. Research has found that schools with positive school climates tend to have better test scores and graduation rates; in contrast, schools with negative school climates as a result of unsafe or hostile environments tend to have lower academic performance.[2]

 A sustainable, positive school climate supports people feeling socially​, emotionally and physically safe.  In a positive school climate people are engaged and respected.  By contrast, disruptive and aggressive behavior such as threats, bullying, teasing and harassment creates a hostile school environment that interferes with academic performance.  A hostile school environment fosters increased absenteeism and truancy because students feel unsafe at school.  If a child is not physically and mentally in attendance, learning cannot take place.  [1] National School Climate Center. (2014). School Climate. Retrieved from http://www.schoolclimate.org/climate/.

Below are the links to the Health Survey students are taking and the Parent Opt Out form.



Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Parent Survey for the 2016-2017 school year is open and will remain open through Friday, March 3, 2017.  It contains 24 questions. Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphones or tablet.  For parents that do not have access to the Internet, they may come to TCHS to use the computers available in the media center.  All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis.  Results from the Georgia Parent Survey will not be available to the public and will not be posted online.  The URL address for the Georgia Parent Survey is posted below.

Georgia Parent Survey:


Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) believes that a positive school climate is a significant factor in determining student achievement. School climate surveys were developed by the GaDOE to gather school climate perceptions from students, school staff members and parents. Data from the school climate surveys and other sources will be used in the calculation of School Climate Star Ratings for all Georgia public schools.
The Georgia Parent Survey contains 24 questions related to Teaching and Learning, School Safety, Interpersonal Relationships, Institutional Environment and Parent Involvement. Your input is very important. Your responses are strictly anonymous and you will not be asked to identify yourself at any time during the survey. You may complete the survey using your personal computer or smartphone.

Si usted prefiere tomar la encuesta en Español, puede seleccionar el vínculo de Español al início de la pagina.

The link for the survey can be found in their IC inbox or personal email if that is listed in IC.

Thank you, in advance, for participating in the Georgia Parent Survey.
TCHS hosted an information session on Cyberbullying.  It was presented by Mr. Jonathan Judy, Chief Technology and Information Officer.  To view the presentation, simply click on the link below.
Below are files from each department with helpful links for you to use at home.
Georgia Milestones End of Course Assessment