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TCMS Merit National Fire Prevention Poster and Essay Contest

Several TCMS students recently entered the 2017 National Fire Prevention Week Poster and Essay contest sponsored by the Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner. Below is a list of the winners from our school:

5th Grade Second Place

Becca Holder

6th Grade Second Place

Garrett Landing

6th Grade Third Place

Ashley Parparian

Each winner was invited to an awards luncheon where they received certificates and a gift bag filled with small prizes. Pictured below from left are Mrs. Carrie Holland, 5th grade MERIT Language Arts Teacher, Becca Holder, Garrett Landing, and Mrs. Laurel Johnson, 6th grade MERIT Language Arts Teacher. Not pictured is Ashley Parparian.

National Fire Prevention Contest

TC Seal Old South Day Art Show Winners

Several Thomas County Middle School students recently placed in the Old South Day Art Show.

Pictured below in front from left to right:  Marshadron Hollis - 3rd Place, Trista Weeks - 1st Place, Jenaya Coleman - 2nd Place, Laci Owens - Honorable Mention, and Melonie Smith - Honorable Mention.  In the back row from left to right:  Abby Billingsley - Honorable Mention, Trish Rosario - First Place, Emily Bishop - Honorable Mention, Audrey VanLandingham - Honorable Mention, Fayeshunna Rivers - Honorable Mention, and Mrs. Emily Holton - Art Teacher at TCMS.

Old South Day Art Show Winners

Spelling BEE Spelling BEE Winners

Thomas County Middle School held grade level Spelling BEES on Tuesday, November 14. First place winners for each grade level received a $50 Mastercard gift card.  First, second, and third place winners will advance to the Thomas County Schools Spelling BEE that will be held on Thursday, January 25, 2018.  

Pictured below on the bottom row from left to right:  5th grade 1st Place Annalia Small, 5th grade 3rd Place Jackson Nestale, 6th grade 1st Place Alicia Scholar, 6th grade 2nd Place Hannabelle Fulgencio, and 6th grade 3rd Place Kaylee Champion.  On the back row from left to right:  7th grade 1st Place Campbell Smith, 7th grade 2nd Place Carina Johnson, 7th grade 3rd Place Aubrey Eaton, 8th grade 1st Place Bryce Shroats, 8th grade 2nd Place Allie Clark, and 8th grade 3rd Place Yameriah Baety.  Not pictured:  5th grade 2nd Place Zachary Mischel.

Spelling BEE Winners

America Recycles Day Thomas County Recycles Poster Contest

America Recycles Day is Wednesday, November 15. To help promote recycling among our community in Thomas County Schools, the TCCHS Environmental Ambassadors recently sponsored a poster contest at each school.  Students were encouraged to incorporate recycled or recyclable materials into their creations.  

Pictured below from left to right are:  TCMS Principal Jamie Thompson, first place winner Garrett Morrell, second place winner Robert Powe, and the third place winner Ryan McDowell. 

Recycle Winners



Red Nose Run Red Nose Run

The Red Nose Run is being held on Saturday, December 16, at Thomas University. The half marathon and 5K run/walk will begin at 8:00 a.m., and the fun run (12 & under) will begin at 9:00 a.m. The event is sponsored by Thomasville Junior Service League and Thomasville National Bank. Proceeds from the event will benefit Thomas County's children's charities. Register before December 1 to ensure t-shirt availability! Click on the link below for the registration form:

JSL/TNB Red Nose Run Registration Form

Family Engagement Month Family Engagement Month

November is Family Engagement Month in Georgia, and districts and schools across the state will be highlighting the important role parents play in their children’s education. In addition, November 16 is National Parent Involvement Day, a time for all schools and parents to reflect on the vital partnership needed for Georgia’s students and schools to be successful. I invite you to access the following opportunities to strengthen those partnerships with your students’ parents and families. On behalf of all schools in Georgia, State School Superintendent Richard Woods, wrote a Thank You Letter to Georgia’s Families to show our appreciation to the parents and the family members who support student success.

Thank You Letter to Georgia's Families 

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