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TCCHS EOC test information

The Georgia Milestones End-of-Course testing is quickly approaching. Thomas County Central High School
will begin testing on Monday, May 6, and we would like you to be aware of some important dates.


The testing schedule is as follows:
Monday, May 6 -  Geometry  Algebra Part I
Tuesday, May 7 -  Geometry & Algebra Part II
Wednesday, May 8 -  9th English Literature and American Lit Part I
Thursday, May 9 -  9th English Literature and American Lit Parts II & III
Tuesday, May 14 -  Biology, Physical Science, Economics
Thursday, May 16 -  US History


Make up testing is scheduled the day after each regularly scheduled test.

 

TCCHS team advances to national NHD competition Thomas County Central High School students (left to right) Stephen Sykes, Megan Clark, Aubrey Miller and Cameron Parker have advanced to National History Day national competition.

On April 13, the team of Megan Clark, Cameron Parker, Aubrey Miller and Stephen Sykes earned first place in group performance at the Georgia National History Day competition in LaGrange. They advance to this summer’s national championship.

Thomas County School System Names Jill Grimes Teacher of the Year Jill Grimes TOTY

Thomas County School System officials have named Jill Grimes, first grade teacher at Garrison-Pilcher Elementary School, as the District Teacher of the Year.

“Being named Teacher of the Year for the Thomas County School System is such an honor,” Mrs. Grimes said. “I am incredibly grateful to work with the most amazing and supportive colleagues. Our system is composed of phenomenal people on every level. The support of my coworkers, family, and friends is what has shaped me into the educator I am today. To represent our system at state will be a privilege.” 

Grimes has been a teacher for three years with Thomas County Schools. She began her teaching career in Mitchell County in 2008 first as a fifth grade teacher in math, science and social studies, and then as a Pre-K teacher at Mitchell County Elementary School where she taught for eight years.

TCCHS students earn spots at GHP TCCHS juniors Kaleb Ward and Joshua Stephens have been recognized by the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program

A passion for making memorable music has led two Thomas County Central High School students to final recognition by an esteemed summer workshop, the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program.

Safety Protocol Information Mr. Bill Robertson

Please see READ MORE...  to review information concerning the implementation of our new safety protocol effective April 8, 2019.