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Thomas County Central High School The cast of Godspell Cara Eaton drives toward the goal. Junior Caroline Fuller prepares to swing in a recent tennis match. Senior Ethan Hopper, pitcher. TCCHS students prepare food bags through the Chick-fil-a Leader Academy. Captain Jade Guyton looks to score. TCCHS students before the football game against Thomasville High School. Senior Avery Barrett returns a hit during her recent tennis match. TCCHS students use technology in the classroom. TCCHS boys soccer players vs Bainbridge. Region 1-AAAAA Champions! Junior Shavani Patel concentrates on her return hit in a recent tennis match. TCCHS Lady Jackets Softball - Region 1-AAAAA Champions! TCCHS students use technology in the classroom. Senior Kaleb Carter checks his swing in a recent baseball game. Sophomores Chase Darley and Dev Patel celebrate winning a game in a recent match. TCCHS Student Council and Student Ambassadors meet with local officials at a Town Hall style meeting.

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Dr. Caitlin Dooley (center), Georgia Department of Education Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, observes fourth graders Haley Gonzalez, from left, and Enrique Lopez as they program robots in the coding classroom at Cross Creek Elementary. Dooley deems Thomas County Schools a leader in computer science education

Dr. Caitlin Dooley, Georgia Department of Education (DOE) Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, recently visited Thomas County Schools to learn more about what is needed to ensure all students in Georgia – in rural, suburban, and urban schools – have access to high quality Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education including computer science across all grades in K12.

Dr. Dooley’s visit started at the Thomas County Board of Education where she met with school principals and administrators. The group interacted as Dr. Dooley asked questions about Thomas County’s intensive computer science program that starts in Pre-K and continues through twelfth grade.

“Last week, I had the pleasure of seeing students in Thomas County while visiting several school districts in South Georgia,” Dr. Dooley said. “The county is a leader and innovator as it incorporates computer science education throughout elementary, middle, and high school.”

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Spectrum Run TCCHS students join forces to promote autism awareness

Three Thomas County Central High School student organizations have joined forces to throw color on an important cause. The Spectrum Run: A Color Run for Autism Awareness will be held at Thomas County Middle School on April 15.  The event includes a one-mile fun run for kids and a 5K adult run.

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TCCHS students Hunter Green, Angela Cipriani, Jensey Humphries and Kenneth Starling in front of the Savannah River during a recent French trip to the city. Je me souviens de Savannah

On Friday, March 3 my French III class and members of the Thomas County Central High School French club went on a day trip to the city of Savannah. To incorporate a bit of the French language curriculum into our schedule for the day, Mrs. (Kelly) Arno, our teacher, found a French café where we ate lunch. We enjoyed baguette and croissant sandwiches, as well as coffee and macarons for dessert.

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Athletic Highlights

Palmer Nesmith
Soccer

Palmer NeSmith
"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." - Wayne Gretzky

Best sports memory: Winning region two years in a row and being named a captain my senior year

Favorite sport: Soccer, it's so team oriented

Favorite subject: Psychology beacuse it interest me and helped me decide what I want to do as my career

Plans after high school: Attend Georgia College and major in psychology

Other activities: NHS, student council, dazzlers/band, backpack buddies, Youth Tobacco Free Coalition, and Chick-fil-a Leader Academy

Other favorites:
Person I'd like to meet: My mother's mom

Place I'd like to travel: Greece
Food: Patsa

Book: Picking Cotton
Movie: The Longest Ride


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TCCHS Environthom Team

A team of Thomas County Central High School students recently had an opportunity to see ecosystems in a new light. TCCHS sent its first team to the Georgia Envirothon on March 7. The event was held at Little Ocmulgee State Park in McRae. Envirothon is centered on ecosystem planning and management in four universal testing categories – soils/land use, aquatic ecology, forestry, and wildlife – and a current environmental issue.  This year’s current issue focused on soil. “This competition coordinates well with our AP Environmental Science class and gives students a chance to explore ecological issues more in depth,” team coach Laura Kornegay said. Students enjoyed the different format of the event. “It was a unique experience,” Junior Bret Hendricks said. “While most competitions are over academic subjects, and are taken in a building, Envirothon helped us learn about our local ecosystems and let us experience nature.  In addition to written tests, we also had to complete field portions that allowed us to utilize our knowledge of our local environment.”

 


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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.