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The Odom family and TCCHS FFA Advisor Glen Gosier celebrate Brentley Odom’s win at the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis, Indiana. TCCHS graduate Odom wins national FFA award

A Thomas County Central High School Class of 2018 graduate is already building upon the agricultural knowledge foundation he gained from his time as a Career Technical Agricultural Education student.

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TC Masquers Stephen Sykes and Molly Grace White celebrate their inclusion in the Region 5A One Act All Star Cast. TC Masquers leave region stage with honors

The curtain fell on Thomas County Central High School’s TC Masquers region performance with several accolades waiting in the wings. The group placed third at Region 5A One Act Competition Oct. 22. TC Masquers performed “Digging up the Boys” by Laura Lundgren Smith. The story is about three men trapped in a collapsed mine and the women aboveground who love them and are trying to rescue them.

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Members of TCCHS Athletic Boosters pose with Hurricane Michael donations. TCCHS donates for Hurricane Michael Relief

  Thomas County Central High School Athletic Boosters held a special drive to raise donations for Bainbridge families affected by Hurricane Michael. Bainbridge took a direct hit. The boosters expanded the drive to Thomas County Central High School students, faculty and staff. The school responded and brought in numerous items. These included deodorant, ramen noodles, bleach, space heaters, clothing and canned goods. The boxed items, along with a check from the boosters, were presented to Bainbridge High School personnel on Wednesday, Oct. 31. The Yellow Jackets’ final game of the season was against the Bainbridge Bearcats Friday, Nov. 2.

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Eighth-grade MERIT students volunteer to distribute supplies following Hurricane Michael

Eighth-grade MERIT students helped distribute ice and water following Hurricane Michael at Thomas County Central High School.  Semi trucks loaded with ice and water were brought in by GEMA (Georgia Emergency Management Agency) to distribute supplies to those in need.  Pictured below from left to right is Gavin Melnick, Whit Finch, Cable Willis, Luke Pierce, Trace Morales, and Jacey Keyton. 

Hurricane Michael Supplies   

Bottle Caps to Benches Logo Bottle Caps to Benches

We are collecting plastic caps that can be turned into benches for our school campuses! 

We invite you to send plastic caps to any of our schools.  Please click here for more information.  

 

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