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Flu Shot Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

A drive-thru flu shot clinic scheduled for Monday, October 15 at Thomas County Central High School has been canceled until further notice.  

baseball Fall Baseball Camp

Fall Baseball Camp

Collaboration Google Hangout Collaboration

Students in Mrs. Holland's 5th-grade MERIT class participate in Google Hangout conversations with Mrs. Neal's 8th grade IB MYP (International Baccalaureate Middle Year's Programme) students. The collaboration between the two classes is designed to promote the understanding of service learning projects. Mrs. Neal's students spend a semester investigating, designing, implementing, and reflecting on an independent project that will meet needs in their community of Bartow, FL. Through the weekly Google Hangout conversations, Mrs. Holland's class has an opportunity to witness the process and ask questions. Both classes are excited to work together as problem solvers.

Pictured below, Dallas Pitts asks a question about the process of designing a service learning project.


Thomas County Schools logo Anti-Bullying Campaign

Ms. Ferrel's student, Valerie McCall recently made posters to hang around the school in recognition of Anti-Bullying Month in October.   She also asked students and staff to wear a blue shirt on Monday, October 1 to support anti-bullying.

Pictured below is Valerie with Ms. Ferrel displaying her anti-bullying poster.


CK1 Character Education Students

Character Education students are chosen once a month by their teachers for portraying the selected character trait for that month.   Students chosen were treated to lunch with our Parent Involvement Coordinator, Terry Dukes, and one of our principals at Dairy Queen.  

For the month of September, students were chosen for their Kindness.  Students with this trait have been recognized for showing honor for the feelings and rights of others, being considerate, and always using good manners.  Mrs. Dukes stated that "students demonstrated kindness to each other at lunch, as well.  Everyone was included and the tables were full of awesome students!"

Pictured below on the bottom row from left to right is R.J. Dukes, Madison Dickerson, Wyatt Pritchard, Malachi Gaskins, Ayvah Kelly, Angelina Vazquez, Haven Myrick, Ian Perry, Marx Gaines, and Paige Parkerson.  On the back row from left to right is Parent Involvement Coordinator Terry Dukes, Kiersten Jackson, Chance Davis, Cam'ren Graham, Charley Creager, Ja'Miracle Thompkins, William Morris, Shantel Brown, Kalai Brooks, Kevin Solano, and Clay Croft.

Character Ed - Kindness

Dru Jones MERIT Students Volunteer at Humane Society

Each year, Thomas County MERIT students serve and volunteer throughout the community. This school year, MERIT has formed a partnership with the Thomas County Humane Society. MERIT students are in the process of receiving training in order to volunteer at the Humane Society.  To read the entire article, click 'Read More' below.


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