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Superintendent's Message

We the Terrell County Board of Education, 

the faculty and staff welcome you to our system. 

"Home of the Greenwave"

We encourage you to visit our web site 

for information about our annual events, 

activities and curriculum.

Mr. Robert D. Aaron,  Superintendent



 Our Vision and Mission






The Terrell County Board of Education invites you to participate in the 

development, evaluation, and implementation of its Title I Program for 

the 2016-2017 school year.  We will host a series of District Open 

Forum Meetings and All parents and community stakeholders are

invited. Invitation to Comment. We invite you to assist us in the 

development, evaluation, and implementation of the Title I Program. 

Title I is a federally funded program for elementary, middle, and 

high schools. Through this program, the government provides financial 

assistance to school districts based on family income at each school. 

The Title I program is designed to ensure that all participating children 

have a fair and equal opportunity to obtain a high-quality education 

while providing an enriched and accelerated educational program. 

We invite you to submit comments regarding the Title I Program. 

To ensure that  your comments have maximum value in helping us 

develop the final plans, we urge you to identify clearly the specific

needs for the programs to address. Programs to be discussed include: 

The Title I Program, Comprehensive Local Education Agency 

Implementation Plan (CLIP) review, and Flexible Learning Plans 

(FLP) requirements. CLIP is a comprehensive district plan based

upon multiple data sources regarding district goals for the year and 

how resources will be coordinated to meet the identified needs of the 
school district. FLP is an intervention program for Title I Priority schools 

and Focus schools. The program provides additional instruction or 

educational programs for eligible Title I students and serves as an

alternative supplemental academic intervention that allows the 

school district greater flexibility FLPs are tailored to the needs 

of the school and provide student with additional learning 

opportunities. All meetings will be held at the 

Parent Resource Center, Old Carver, 

761 1st Avenue, Dawson, GA. 39842. Meeting Dates:

Wednesday July 06, 2016 10:00-12:00
Thursday July 07, 2016 5:00-7:00
You may review and provide comments on the plans by visiting our 

district website at . Comments can also be 

sent to the Title I Office by mail at 761 1st Avenue, Dawson, GA, by 

fax at  229-995-5621 or by email to 

Address all comments for the development, evaluation, and 

implementation of the Title I Program, Plans, Policies, and 

Implementation to Tonya Perkins, Title I Director County Board of Education, 

761 1st Avenue, Dawson, GA 39842. 

The Title I Office number is (229)-995-4096.
Terrell County Board of Education
Title I Program


school district. FLP is an intervention program for Title I Priority schools and Focus schools. 

HB251 Intradistrict Transfer Option

NOTICE: HB251 Intradistrict Transfer Option-State law in Georgia allows intradistrict transfer within the state.  

The Terrell County School System has no options for intradistrict transfer because the system is 

comprised of only one school per grade span (Cooper-Carver Elementary School-Grades PreK-5;

Terrell Middle School-Grades 6-8; and Terrell High School-Grades 9-12). 

Please contact Tonya Perkins, Title I Director at 229-995-4096 or if you have any questions or need additional information.

Informational Parent Meetings and/or Workshops for May and June 2016

Informational Parent Meetings and/or Workshops for

May and June 2016 (Summer Workshop):


Title-I Parent Involvement Policy Evaluation - Open Discussion Forum 

This forum will be held at 

Terrell County Parent Academy, 101 Main Street, Dawson, Georgia 39842 - City Hall, 

Upstairs (Entrance is next to Dawson News - The Double Doors).

Summer Educational Activities & Opportunities for Terrell County Students   - 

This workshop will be held at Terrell County Parent Resource Center,  

761 1st Avenue, Dawson, Georgia 39842,  (Old Carver - Room 102).

Title-I: Parent Involvement - Policy Evaluation - Open Discussion Forum

Place and Time: Terrell County Parent Academy - City Hall (Upstairs)


Tuesday, May 24, 2016:         10:00 am - 11:30 am (Morning Session)

Wednesday, May 25, 2016:     5:00 pm - 7:00  pm (Evening Session)

Summer Educational Activities & Opportunities 

for Terrell County Students

Place and Time:


Tuesday, June 7, 2016:        10:00 am - 11:30 am  (Morning Session)

Wednesday, June 8, 2016:    5:00 pm - 7:00  pm   (Evening Session)

*For additional information, please contact the Terrell County Parent Resource Center 

(229-995-2229) or the Title I Office (229-995-4096) and or






Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Track Teams

Results of the IA Area Championship

Boys Won the IA Championship with 114 points

Girls Won the IA Championship with 137 points

Timarius Whitting won the MVP award by obtaining the highest amount of total points for the Girls.

Blake Mathis won the MVP award by obtaining the highest amount of total points for the Boys.

Boys Won the IA Region

Girls Won the IA Region

The Girls have won IA Region 4 times

The Boys have won IA Region 5 times

The Sectionals Track Meet  (Saturday) April 30 in Bograt, Georgia at North Oconee High School. 

Participating track athletes will be leaving on Friday, April 29th after 1st lunch. You will be given an up-to-date roster.

Coach Diaz

Peachtree District State Robotics Competition in Athens, GA.

Terrell High School Students complete at the Peachtree District State Robotics Competition in Athens, GA. also in Columbus and Albany.


Terrell High School students comp


REGION 1-A TOURNAMENT: Terrell County girls defeat Mitchell County
Lady Greenwave come back to win 61-50



Terrell Lady Greenwaves vs. Hancock Central (Sparta, GA)
The Terrell County Greenwave girls basketball team has a home playoff game vs. Hancock Central on Friday, February 19.

Attention Parents - Terrell County School Based Health Center

Terrell County School Based Health Center


Starting April 2016, Terrell County School System will have a Comprehensive Pediatric Clinic located

in  the Cooper Carver Elementary School Building. If you like your child to have access to the clinic for

illnesses, injuries, physicals, etc. during school hours, please fill out the following forms completely.

This packet contains all the forms that are needed for your child o be seen at the School Based Heath

Center within Terrell County School System.

For further questions, please call (229) 405-6201.

Thank You

School Based Health Center Staff

School Based Health Center Flyer

Terrell County School System Calendar 2016-2017

 The Terrell County Board of Education has approved the new 2016-2017 Terrell County School System Calendar.

 Terrell County School Calendar 2016-2017

Terrell High School named a 2016 Title I Reward School

  Terrell High School is Named a 2016 Title I Reward School as A Highest-Progress School 

  A Highest-Progress School is among the 10 percent of the state’s Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group   over three years on the statewide assessments. A school may not be classified as a High-Progress school if it has been identified as a Priority or Focus School.‚Äč 

  Georgia Department of Education FY16 Reward Schools - High Progress

  Certificate awarded to Terrell High School br GaDOE as a 2016 Title I School

Lady Greenwave 1985 and 1986 State AA Champions 30 Year Celebration

Terrell County High School
Lady Greenwave
1985 and 1986 State AA Champions

January 2, 2016

4:00-6:00: Arrival and Reception—Terrell Middle High School Gymnasium
6:00: Attend Basketball Game
Terrell High School Greenwaves
Randolph Clay Red Devils
End of Girls Game: Recognition Ceremony

Presentation of Players and Gifts

Flyer-Lady Greenwave Celebration


High School Registration Information

FY 16 Terrell County Schools Georgia ESEA Flexibility Waiver Parent Notification

Parent Notification of the  FY 16 Terrell County Schools ESEA Flexibility Waiver. As of March 30, 2012, the U.S. Department of Education granted Georgia a waiver from some accountability requirements of  the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), more commonly referred to as No Child Left Behind (NCLB). The waiver will allow Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) more flexibility for how schools are evaluated and supported.  Prior to the ESEA waiver, Georgia used Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as the state's accountability measure. The new statewide accountability system, the College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI), will serve as the future of accountability for all public schools and districts in Georgia.  Attached is the FY 16 Terrell County Schools ESEA Flexibility Waiver Parent Notification in English and Spanish.
Interested persons should contact Tonya Perkins, Title I Director at (229) 995-4096 or email for additional information.

Click here to read the flyer

 FY 16 Terrell County Schools ESEA Flexibility Waiver

 FY 16 Terrell County Schools ESEA Flexibility Waiver (Spanish)

Consolidated LEA Improvement Plan (CLIP) Parent Review

Terrell County Schools believe that your involvement with your child’s education is essential to their academic and future success. To honor our commitment to provide the best possible educational experience for your child, we invite you to work with us on our improvement efforts. We welcome you to review and give us your input regarding the Terrell County School System’s current Comprehensive LEA Improvement Plan (CLIP) at any time.


Interested persons should contact Tonya Perkins, Title I Director at (229) 995-4096 or email for additional information.


You are also welcome to send any feedback, comments or concerns to: Email:

                                 Mail: Title I Office, Terrell County Board of Education, P.O. Box 151, Dawson, GA 39842

We need Our Parents feedback and suggestions on Terrell County's Parent Involvement Policy

   We need feed back from our parents on the  FY 15 Parent Involvement Policy and suggestions from our parents for the 

Ga. Dept. of Education Report Terrell High School Ranks in Top 20% "Performing School"

       Terrell County High School has once again received some good news from the Georgia Department of Education
       (GDOE) regarding academic success at the local school. A recent report from the GDOE shows that Terrell High
       School ranks in the top 20 per cent as a “Performing School.” The GDOE conducted a Georgia Assessment of Professional
       School Standards (GAPSS) evaluation at Terrell High School on March 31 and April 1. Terrell School Superintendent
       Robert Aaron and Terrell High School Principal Douglas Bell both said they were pleased with the recent evaluation
       results. Click here to read the article

Terrell County High School will implement an in school program for the FLP delivery model

Terrell County High School will implement an in school program for the FLP delivery model and name the program the Greenwave FLP. The Greenwave FLP will be implemented from September 2014 through April 2015. The Greenwave FLP will be housed at Terrell County High School from 9:40 until 10:05 four days a week (Monday- Thursday) rotating every nine weeks providing service in the area of Math. The instructor/student ratio will be 15:1. Once enrolled, students will remain in the program through April 2014 or when 85% mastery consistently occurs in the individualized student plan for each student enrolled in the flexible learning program.Terrell County High School is in compliance with the Title I laws and regulations based on the designed plan and offers a school wide Title I program.  Title I funding provides instructional and support personnel, technology, software and hardware, research based supplemental resources, interventions, transportation, and professional learning for the staff to help ensure that students will be able to demonstrate proficiency on academic standards. 

To participate in the Flexible Learning Program your child must attend Terrell County High School and meet the eligibility requirements based on a multiple selection criteria. Please feel free to call Tonya Perkins (229) 995-4096 or Douglas Bell (229) 995-2544 with any questions that you may have regarding this program.

Special Celebration for Undefeated 1984 Terrell Co team

                                   Special Celebration for Undefeated 1984 Terrell Co team 

WALB  news story about the Undefeated 1984 Terrell Co team celebrating its State Title

Superintendent Robert D. Aaron was the head basketball coach that won theState AA Championship with 28-0 Record.

Congratulations, Terrell High School

   Terrell County's graduation rate for 2014 is 85.1%  above the state average of 72.6%

   The Georgia Department of Education announced on Thursday, December 18, 2014 that Terrell County High 

   School  was 1 of 38 Schools removed from the Priority and Focus School lists. 


Terrell High Graduation Rate Increases

 Terrell County’s School Superintendent and Terrell High School’s Principal were
 exceptionally pleased about the graduation rate for Terrell High School for 2015 that was
 released last week by the Georgia Department of Education.
 Terrell High School’s graduation rate for 2015 was reported at 93.8 per cent.
 And Terrell School Superintendent Robert Aaron and Terrell High Principal Douglas
 Bell both said they were “ecstatic” about the graduation rate. “Terrell High School continues
 to receive great results for reducing the drop-out rate, and increasing the number of students
 graduating,” Superintendent Aaron said. Mr. Bell concurred, adding that “the graduation rate for
 Terrell High released for 2014 (last year) was reported at 85.1 per cent, and for 2015 (this
 year) it was reported at 93.8 per cent. It increased by almost nine per cent, or actually 8.7 per cent.
 “This increase validates our efforts of keeping students in school,” Mr. Bell added. According to 
 Superintendent Aaron, “Terrell High’s graduation rate for 2015 was significantly
 higher than the state’s graduation rate of 78.8 per cent. “Members of our faculty and
 administration are working very hard to educate all students to their maximum potential,” 
 he reported.“We will continue to make every effort to meet the needs of our students,” both 
 Superintendent Aaron and Mr. Bell added.