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DLAST teacher First ever Digital Learning All-Star Teacher named for Thomas County Schools

In order to recognize the teachers who have gone above and beyond with implementing the effective use of technology in classroom instruction, this year the Thomas County School System named the first ever Digital Learning All-Star Teacher at each school and for the district.

“With the help of local E-SPLOST funds as well as several grants received over the past several years, the Thomas County School System has made a significant investment in technology for our students and teachers," said Erin Rehberg, Digital Learning Coordinator for Thomas County Schools. "This year we thought it would be very beneficial to reward those teachers who have used the technology provided to them to effectively transform the learning process in their classrooms. Not only do all of our Digital Learning All-Star Teachers effectively use technology with their students, they are also known for helping their peers with various technology tools.”  

Each school held a nomination process with the winner for each school completing an application in order to compete for the district title. This year, the district winner was awarded a laptop computer courtesy of ByteSpeed Computers and will be able to attend an educational technology conference in the fall.  

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Lacey Howard Thomas County School System Names Lacey Howard Teacher of the Year

Thomas County School System officials have named Lacey Howard, fourth grade special education teacher at Cross Creek Elementary School, as the District Teacher of the Year.

“I was very surprised and felt very honored to be named Teacher of the Year,” Howard said. “There are always so many wonderful things happening in the Thomas County School System. To be given the opportunity to represent our amazing system is such a privilege.” 

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ESOL TCMS Young Authors

Three Thomas County Middle School ESOL students recently presented their published books before a candid audience. ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) students have worked diligently on their books for several months along with the help of their instructor, Ms. Argen Loaisiga. Students have learned to identify story elements as part of the Georgia Standards of Excellence and applied those elements when writing a story of their own.

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TC Seal Fifth Grade Virtual Tour
DQ 3 Character Education

Thomas County Middle School Character Education students were recently treated to lunch at Dairy Queen.  Each team selects one student that has best displayed the Character Education quality of the month.             

The character quality for the month of May was SUCCESSFUL.  Students were selected because their teachers recognized them as always giving their best in order to achieve success. Lisa Gilligan, Parent Involvement Coordinator and manager of the Character Education program says, "These students always work hard and go above and beyond what is expected to achieve success."  Students were treated to lunch at Dairy Queen by TCMS Principal, Jamie Thompson.

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TCMS MERIT National Mathfest Competition

Fifteen Thomas County Middle School MERIT Math scholars worked their way to the National Mathfest Competition along with 300 other middle school students from across the country. The competition was recently held in Birmingham, Alabama where students were asked to work rigorous math problems with a tight time constraint. Two TCMS students earned the distinction of placing in the top 20; 5th grader Charlie Dunbar and 6th grader Hayden Groom. Another 6th grader, Cam Jones, made it all of the way to the top ten! All three students received special recognition and a National Championship t-shirt for this honor.

Pictured below in the first image is Cam Jones, who placed in the top ten in the nation, along with Hayden Groom and Charlie Dunbar who both placed in the top  twenty in the nation at the National Mathfest Competition.

Pictured below in the second image are all fifteen Thomas County Middle School MERIT students who participated in the National Mathfest Competition. In the back row from left to right is Caroline Knight, Hailey Atkinson, Carina Johnson, Bishop Jackson, Cam Jones, Charlie Dunbar, and Hayden Groom. On the front row is Cody Wolfe,  Connor Reagan,  Jackson Nestale, Amerys Lewis, Natalie Carlisle, and Kinsley Rhodes.

3 top qualifiers  National Mathfest 2018

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