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flu shot Flu Vaccine Given in January

We are pleased to announce that the Thomas County Health Department will be coming to your child's school during the month of January to offer the flu vaccine. There will be no out-of-pocket cost for your child to receive the vaccine given during the school flu clinics. If you would like for your child to get vaccinated at the school flu clinic, please click on the link below for more information and to access the consent form: 

Flu Packet to return by January 15, 2018

MN ornaments MERIT Ornament Presentation Night

On Tuesday night, December 11th, the 8th-grade MERIT team at Thomas County Middle School gathered to celebrate the students' accomplishments as part of the MERIT family. Most of these students were celebrating their fourth year in the program for gifted and high achieving students.  To read the entire article, click 'Read more' below.


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TC Seal TCMS Students Help with SWAYJ

Eighth-grade MERIT students recently delivered blankets that they had collected for the high school's annual Shop with a Yellow Jacket (SWAY J) event. The middle schoolers called their program WULY J, Warm Up a Little Yellow Jacket, with the goal of helping to provide needed items for the children who would be served through SWAY J. Students collected over 140 blankets and numerous pairs of socks.  Because of the great response, blankets and socks were also donated to Homeless Hookup in Thomasville and Hospice of Southwest Georgia.

Middle school students also donated over 350 books for children served through the SWAY J program. Three members of the Reading Bowl team, Walker Cobb, Addison Weiss, and Meghan Moncrief, helped to pass out books; and eighth-grade grade MERIT student, Kaytlyn Prevatt, helped to pass out blankets during the event.

Pictured below is Meghan Moncrief, Addison Weiss, Buzz, Kaytlyn Prevatt, and Walker Cobb at the SWAYJ event showing some of the great books to be given away in the first picture. 

In the second picture, eighth-grade MERIT students are delivering blankets to the high school administration to be given out at SWAYJ.  To see more, click 'Read more' below.


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Google Reference District Thomas County Schools named Google Reference District

The Thomas County School System has been named a Google Reference District. In order to become a reference district, Google must recognize the work being done by a district with G Suite for Education and send an application to the system.  

Thomas County Schools began using G Suite for Education in 2015. Since that time, the district has adopted Google Chromebooks at a rate of one device per student in grades 2-12.  Students in grades 9-12 are allowed to check out a Chromebook for use both at home and at school.

“Adding G Suite tools and Chromebooks in our district has allowed our teachers to do many things that they have never been able to do in the past,” said Erin Rehberg, Digital Learning and Media Services Coordinator for Thomas County Schools. “Technology truly has the power to transform learning by allowing students to easily collaborate, communicate, and create.  Being named a Google Reference District is confirmation that our teachers are using technology to help prepare Thomas County students for their futures.”

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SA4 MERIT & Salvation Army Kettle Bell Campaign

Students in fifth through eighth-grade in the MERIT program rang the bell for the Salvation Army for two weeks at the start of December. Each group spread Christmas cheer by playing their instruments, singing carols, and passing out candy canes. Together the students raised over $700 for the Salvation Army.

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TCMS MERIT Sixth Grade MERIT Social Studies in partnership with Lapham-Patterson House

Students in Mrs. West’s social studies class recently completed a study of international winter traditions. Students selected their favorite tradition, wrote a summary, designed an ornament and shared their findings with their classmates. The ornaments are currently on display at the Lapham-Patterson House as part of their annual Christmas displays.

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