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Rehberg BEE Partners of the Quarter Recognized

The Thomas County School System's BEE Partners of the Quarter were recognized for the first nine weeks. These businesses and industries support the school system in so many ways, and their support is very appreciated.
Hand-In-Hand -Dawson Street Baptist Church WMU
Garrison-Pilcher - Barnett's Creek Baptist Church
Cross Creek - Dog World
Thomas County Middle School - McDonalds
Thomas County Central High School - Thomasville Dental Center (Dr. Sanders)
Bishop Hall - Donathan Photography
If a business or industry is interested in partnering with Thomas County Schools, please contact Erin Rehberg for more information. See pictures of our Partners of the Quarter by clicking the link below.

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Tanishia Barnhart Envision Classroom Grant Awarded to GP's Barnhart

Tanisha Barnhart, first grade teacher at Garrison Pilcher Elementary, was recently awarded a classroom grant from Envision Credit Union. Barnhart said she initially thought of applying for the grant while working on a project for her leadership degree. Barnhart plans to use the grant funds for STEM and mathematics projects within her classroom and to increase awareness to all of her students about opportunities provided through engineering and mathematics.   

Mandy West West Awarded Envision Classroom Grant

Envision Credit Union recently awarded Amanda West, sixth-grade teacher at Thomas County Middle School, with a $500 classroom grant.  She was awarded the grant based on her community impact.

West is in charge of organizing service learning for TCMS MERIT students and coordinates activities where students are able to access volunteer opportunities within the community.  The award was actually presented to West while she was volunteering at Second Harvest through Hands on Thomas County. 

West plans to use the money from the grant to help deter the cost of student field trips, as well as to obtain literacy resources including novels and primary sources for students to use in the classroom.  

Mark Thompson Thompson Awarded Envision Classroom Grant

TCCHS digital technology teacher Mark Thompson received a $500 Envision Classroom Grant from Envision Credit Union. Envision continues to support education through their commitment to local educators and students.

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