Congratulations to Cross Creek Elementary!  Our 2015 CCRPI score is 85.1% exceeding the state average.  We are so proud of the hard work of our students and staff.  Click on the link below to learn more about CCRPI from the Georgia DOE Web site.

Thomas County School System Names Erin Hall Teacher of the Year

Thomas County School System officials have named Erin Hall, second grade interventionist at Garrison-Pilcher Elementary, as the District Teacher of the Year.

“Words cannot express how incredibly honored and grateful I am to represent the Thomas County School System as Teacher of the Year,” Hall said. “My family, friends, coworkers, and administration support me in my passion for children and education. Without their support, I would not be able to make such an impact on the students I serve.” 

Hall has been a teacher for five years with Thomas County Schools. She taught PreK for two years at Hand-In-Hand and three years at Garrison-Pilcher, with one year in a second grade classroom and the past two years as the Second Grade Interventionist.

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Manufacturing Art Award

Railey Ramhofer from Mrs. Milam's homeroom, participated in the Manufacturing Appreciation Week poster contest through the Technical College System of Georgia. Ms. Burke, art teacher at Cross Creek, submitted 5 artworks to Southern Regional Technical College, and Railey's art work was sent to Atlanta to win 2nd place in the state in her category, K-5th grade!   A big congratulations to Railey for representing Thomas County and winning!  She attended the governor's award luncheon and received a certificate and a monetary scholarship of $300.00.  

Career Day

Students in Jamie Whigham’s and Kelli Dorminey's social studies classes participated in Career Day as part of their study on Economics.  The classes learned about different services around our community when several parents and grandparents came in to teach them about their career. Students received great insight on why certain jobs are important, what services are provided within that job, and how other people benefit.  

DAR Winners

This year’s theme for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Junior Citizens Contest was “Celebrate America”. Cross Creek students participated in this year’s DAR competition, and several students placed at the local, state, and regional levels. First Place entries at the regional level will be eligible for national level competition. Congratulations to all of our winners.

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