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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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Go Gold Go Gold Day!


September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month.   On Wednesday September 27th all Thomas County Schools’ staff and students will be showing their support of these brave, beautiful children by GOING GOLD for Childhood Cancer Awareness.  Please allow your child to wear GOLD to school on this day.

Here Matters Here Matters Fulfills Teacher Wish List

Employees from Commercial Bank recently made a special delivery to a few of our first grade classrooms at Garrison-Pilcher.  Mrs. Melanie Robinson was selected as a recipient of the Here Matters program. Mrs. Robinson works with three first grade teachers and had her wish list of classroom needs fulfilled by the bank.  


A word about the Here Matters program from Commercial Bank:

Here Matters demonstrates our commitment to be the bank that leads and strengthens our communities and serves the needs of our customers through real, personal relationships. We believe in giving back to the communities in which we live and work and will concentrate on three categories of giving: Education, Needs-Based, and Health/Wellness.

Smallcakes Two Bakeries and Sweet Treats

Mrs. Vicki Warren’s 2nd grade class recently used two local businesses to learn to compare and contrast with two sweet field trips.  The class visited both Flowers Foods and Smallcakes Cupcakery.  The class was able to find many differences, but also many similarities between the large bakery and the small bakery.  With all of the fun of learning, they also enjoyed some sweet treats!


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