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Thomas County Central High School TCCHS Homecoming queens Senior football, band, cheer, and broadcasting students. Kasey Melton slides safely in to second base. TCCHS volleyball seniors AVTF students TCCHS band members TCCHS Offensive Line Leila Hurst catches a strike. TCCHS Cheerleader TCCHS agriculture class Student section at home football game TCCHS cheerleaders Briana Doughty pitches. News for You TCCHS Cheerleaders TCCHS defensive players TCCHS technology classes TCCHS Drumline TCCHS paint girls TCCHS robotics class

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free movie Movie Offered at No Charge!

The Covey Film Festival is offering an opportunity to view the movie, "Hidden Figures," at no charge on Monday, October 2, at 7:00 p.m. The movie will be shown in the Thomas County School System's Auditorium at 200 North Pinetree Boulevard. Click on the link below to see the flyer for details!

Covey Film Festival Hidden Figures

Caleb Moore TCCHS’ Moore earns second year on state advisory council

One Thomas County Central High School student is continuing his quest to become an educator and to help positively impact the state education system. Junior Caleb Moore will spend his second consecutive year on State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ Student Advisory Council.

According to the Georgia Department of Education website, the council is comprised of students in grades 7-12 “who discuss how decisions made at the state level are affecting students throughout Georgia.” According to the Sept. 13 GaDOE press release, more than 1,500 students applied to serve this year.

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TCCHS student Jonathan Mills with his ninth place award he received at the SkillsUSA of Georgia banquet.? TCCHS student places in national competition

Jonathan Mills, now a senior, earned ninth place out of the entire country in his division, Marine Service Technology. National competition was held this summer in Louisville, Ky.

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Members of last year’s TCCHS AP program celebrate their academic successes with a special AP Luncheon. TCCHS celebrates Advanced Placement success

Thomas County Central High School Advanced Placement students who successfully completed AP courses the previous school year were invited to a special luncheon Thursday, Aug. 31. Students were treated to lunch at Ruby Tuesday by Principal Trista Jones as a reward for their academic successes in last year’s courses.

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Student reporter John Maichele writes down his observations during the solar eclipse. TCCHS looks to the skies

Of all the unique sights I could witness, I didn’t expect to see one on a school day. On Monday, Aug. 21, both students and teachers of Thomas County Central High School observed a partial solar eclipse. Despite not being in the path of totality, it was still a sight to behold.

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Math tutoring flyer Math Tutoring

TCCHS will offer before and after school Math tutoring beginning Tuesday, September 5. Students may choose the time that works best for them. Transportation will be provided to various drop-off locations for students staying after school. Contact assistant principal, Karen Jones, at 229-225-5050 with any questions.

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Athletic Highlight

On Thursday, August 17 the TCCHS Lady Jackets Volleyball team traveled to Albany, Ga to take on a familiar foe, Sherwood Christian Academy. The Lady Jackets Head Coach, Hannah Shierling, knew her team needed to play with focus and determination. “We knew going into the game, we had to play hard. We had already played Sherwood this year and lost. I told the girls we had to earn every point to have a chance at victory. In our practices over the past two weeks, we put a lot of focus on finishing. The last two games really displayed the hard work the girls had put in.”
The Lady Jackets were able to put a complete game together to come away victorious against Sherwood Christian. Both Haley Hoffs and Gabby Hoffs were able to put together 12 kills and 8 aces to help lead the Lady Jackets to victory. Gabby Hough also contributed with 8 blocks and 10
kills.

Accent on Academics

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Students in Ms. Pierce's class did a Technology through the Decades project this week. Some students came dressed as their decade on presentation day....remember body suits in the 90s? A little disco flair too :)


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Thomas County Central and the Tobacco Free Coalition of Southwest Georgia have partnered together to make all Thomas County Schools a tobacco free environment.