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Attention parents!  Please take a moment to complete our Parent Survey which will provide us with valuable information about our schools and will help with future improvement strategies.  Your feedback makes a difference!

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Harper Harper appointed to the Thomas County Board of Education

At the regular April meeting, the Thomas County Board of Education accepted Charles Evans' resignation as the District 3 Board representative. According to Evans, his resignation is due to health reasons that have made it difficult to continue in his role.

For his more than 14 years of service as a board member to the children of Thomas County, Evans was honored during the meeting with a certificate of appreciation and a personalized clock showing his years of service and support to the school system.

“Serving on the board has been one of the greatest experiences in my life,” Evans said. “It has been such a part of my life that I will miss tremendously."

Superintendent Dr. Lisa Williams said, “The school system is very appreciative of Mr. Evans for his more than 14 years of faithful, dedicated service as a board member to the children of Thomas County. We greatly appreciate all the many ways that he has helped support our students and system. He has served District 3 and the Thomas County community well and even though his time as a board member has ended, he will forever be a member of our Yellow Jacket family.”

The Board also approved the appointment of Ken Harper to fill the vacant District 3 board seat for the remainder of the current term.

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Pope and Rehberg Pope selected for WYT

Thomas County Central High School junior Claire Pope will be one of a select group of students privy to a special online leadership experience this summer.

Pope, 17, is Grady EMC’s Thomas County representative chosen for the annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour, otherwise known as the Washington Youth Tour. The program typically sends youth delegates to Washington D.C. for an immersive leadership experience by visiting various national treasures and observing the country’s political mechanisms in action.

“It was an honor to be selected to represent Thomas County on the Washington Youth Tour,” Pope said. “I recognize the value this experience will provide and am excited about this opportunity.”

Pope became interested in the tour because she plans to major in history and become a museum curator.

“I was drawn to the possibility of attending … as a means to broaden my scope of learning as well as having the opportunity to meet other students in our area with similar interests,” she said.

Unfortunately, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the tour will not take place in person this year. Instead, the event will be a three-day virtual leadership program.

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PreK & K registration PreK & Kindergarten Registration Continues ONLINE

There are limited spots available so hurry to enroll your child! Registration will continue online until all available spots are filled. Call Hand-In-Hand Primary School at 229-225-3908 if you have questions.

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Please click below to register your child for Kindergarten. Students currently enrolled in Pre-K at Hand-In-Hand DO NOT need to register for Kindergarten.
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After registering your child, please call Hand-In-Hand at 229-225-3908 to schedule your child's screening appointment.


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