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Thomas County Central High School Homecoming winners. Football team TCCHS dazzlers and majorettes Cheerleaders TCCHS wrestlers sign autographs before a home football game. TCCHS softball TCCHS majorette Cheerleaders Football TCCHS softball Football team TCCHS softball The Jackets recover a fumble. Ben Wilhelm received a scholarship from the Great American Rivalry series. Coach Ed Pilcher was inducted into the Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame. Cheerleaders TCCHS softball Jackboys

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Social Media Safety Social Media Safety Seminar
On Tuesday, September 11, Thomas County Schools hosted a Social Media Safety parent workshop. The guest speaker presented topics for parents to be aware of the lasting impacts of social media messages as well as the features of various apps that parents are encouraged to monitor. If you were unable to attend, you may view the recording by clicking the following link https://youtu.be/9qyiQ0B5eAo . 
 
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 TCCHS Student Council freshman class officers. TCCHS selects Class of 2022 officers

Thomas County Central High School recently held an election for freshman class officers. Those named to office include: president, Frederick Diggs; vice president, Emma Mitchell; secretary, Kariana ColoĊ„; treasurer, Molly Grace White; inspirational leader, Natalie Black; and, parliamentarian, John Adam Singleton.

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Moore, Schminky, and Ward TCCHS musicians selected for showcase

Three Thomas County Central High School musicians have been invited to audition for a prestigious international showcase. (left to right) Caleb Moore, Megan Schminky and Kaleb Ward each received a letter from Honors Performance Series congratulating them upon being automatically nominated to apply for the High School Honors Performance Series. Moore was selected for his inclusion in the 2018 Georgia All-State Symphonic Band; Schminky and Ward were nominated for their participation in the 2018 Georgia All-State Chorus. 

TCCHS English teacher Renae Moore and senior James Jones interact with a college representative to obtain more information about Albany State University. TCCHS hosts PROBE College Fair

Thomas County Central High School held its annual PROBE Fair Tuesday, Sept. 4. The event took place in the school’s cafeteria. Representatives from more than 40 colleges and universities were in attendance. Students from TCCHS and neighboring schools were invited to attend. Students and their families could peruse the various booths and ask questions about topics important to college acceptance, including applications and financial aid options. The fair is an important tool to aid students in determining which colleges and universities in the state and region might best suit their post-secondary plans. The TCCHS Guidance Department is in charge of the yearly event.  The hope is that students will leave the fair with a clearer understanding of what they need and the colleges to which they may wish to apply.

TCCHS alumnus Brian Siceloff speaks to Audio Video Technology and Film pathway students about his career as a documentary filmmaker. Siceloff visits TCCHS AVTF students

 Thomas County Central High School alumnus Brian Siceloff recently returned to his alma mater to talk with students in the Audio Video Technology and Film pathway.

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Accent on Academics

Students at Lost Creek Students at Lost Creek

Thomas County Central High School Advanced Placement Environmental Science class and Envirothon team members recently spent two days completing field work at Lost Creek Forest.  “The trip to the woods gave us a glimpse into some of the activities of environmentalists,” student Riley Jones said. “We took a lot of things we have learned in our environmental class and applied them to the trip. Our guides challenged us by putting us in the shoes of environmental scientists, asking us to analyze the forest and make decisions that environmentalists would make.” Activities the young scientists conducted included soil analysis, water quality studies, a canopy study, discussion of prescribed burns, and tree coring.


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Thomas County Central and the Tobacco Free Coalition of Southwest Georgia have partnered together to make all Thomas County Schools a tobacco free environment.