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free movie Movie Offered at No Charge!

The Covey Film Festival is offering an opportunity to view the movie, "Hidden Figures," at no charge on Monday, October 2, at 7:00 p.m. The movie will be shown in the Thomas County School System's Auditorium at 200 North Pinetree Boulevard. Click on the link below to see the flyer for details!

Covey Film Festival Hidden Figures

On the playground is Dee Gaines (center) surrounded by kindergarten students Xalen James, from left, Sam Stewart, Destiny Hobbs, Rosie Cooper, and Blake Knisely. Gaines Named Next Hand-In-Hand Principal

Hand-In-Hand Primary School Assistant Principal Dee Gaines has been appointed principal designee to assume the role effective October 1, following Jeanna Mayhall’s retirement.  The Thomas County Board of Education approved the appointment at its meeting on September 12.

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Pool Noodle Fun! H-in-H Keeping Students Active!

Led by Coach Hanah, Hand-in-Hand students took part this week in fitness activities that combined music and pool noodles! 

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Gaines Named as H-in-H Principal! Dee Gaines Named New H-in-H Principal!

 As of October 1st, Dee Gaines has been named as Hand-in-Hand Primary School's new principal.  A graduate of Thomas County Central High School, the University of Georgia, and Valdosta State University, Mrs. Gaines has worked in the Thomas County School System since 2000.  She has served as a special education teacher, speech/language pathologist, parent involvement coordinator, special education coordinator, and assistant principal.

Mrs. Gaines has deep roots in the system and a wealth of experience.  She will do an outstanding job as Hand-In-Hand's next Super-Principal!

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