Welcome to Thomaston-Upson Schools
In 1990, the community voted to consolidate the Thomaston City and Upson County School Systems creating one system that would serve all students within Thomaston and Upson County. The Thomaston-Upson School System opened its doors at the beginning of the 1992-1993 school year. With a little more than 4,100 students in grades PK-12, the Thomaston-Upson School System is small enough to maintain a friendly and safe environment while offering students an array of resources and opportunities often found in only the larger school systems. The Thomaston-Upson School System enjoys a strong connection with the community and views this as crucial to the long-term success of our schools. We encourage students to form bonds with local individuals and groups through community service and community involvement. Our employees are active in local civic organizations and volunteer their time for community events. The unity of school and community enriches our students’ and employees’ lives, improves our schools’ environments, and ultimately creates a community where young people can thrive. Together, our schools and community are working to fulfill the mission of Thomaston-Upson Schools, which is Excellence in education. . .every individual, every day.
Mrs. Hall is 2019-20 District Teacher of the Year
|Upson-Lee Primary School Kindergarten teacher Lauren Hall was selected as the Thomaston-Upson School System's 2019-20 Teacher of the Year. Congratulations, Mrs. Hall!|
Infinite Campus Mobile Apps
Parents & Students: Infinite Campus (IC) has released two new mobile apps, Campus Student, and Campus Parent. Both apps allow for enhanced features and have a new look designed specifically for students or parents, depending on the app. All students and parents are encouraged to download these new apps through the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. The mobile apps provide real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements, and more. If you are a Thomaston-Upson Parent or Student having issues accessing the parent/student portal, please contact your/your child's school.
Information About The Flu
Flu season is here, and according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), seasonal flu activity is continuing to rise in our state. TU schools are currently seeing increasing numbers of flu and flu-like symptoms. In an effort to ensure that our parents are well-informed, we are providing important information about influenza viruses.
Letter to Parents (from District 4 Health)
The Flu: Guide for Parents