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Buzz With a Computer Student Accounts Disabled in the Summer

Student Google accounts will be disabled from June 17 - August 2, 2019. If a student needs account access during this time, he or she should complete the form below.   Please allow 24 hours for access to be granted. Student accounts will continue to be monitored for inappropriate usage during the summer months.  Questions should be directed to Erin Rehberg at erehberg@tcjackets.net.

Student Account Request Form

Buzz Holding a Book Summer Reading Challenge

The Thomas County School System wants students to READ this summer!  Did you know that students can have up to a 2-3 month loss in reading ability over the summer?  It's important for students to spend time sharpening their reading skills!

Each school has developed a summer reading challenge for students.  We would like for students to read for 15-30 minutes everyday this summer. The guidelines and requirements vary by school.  Please click the link below for more information about each school's guidelines.  If you need more information, please talk to the media specialist at each school.  The guidelines are for the school the students will be attending in the 2019-2020 school year.

Guidelines for all schools

Click here for information about programs at the Thomas County Public Library this summer!

Free eBooks are provided for all students this summer -- Click here for more information

Tips to avoid the summer reading slump

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rocket day 'Rocket Day' a blast for TCMS 8th graders

Thomas County Middle School eighth graders recently held “Rocket Day,” an annual tradition at the middle school. Not only do the eighth- graders look forward to the tradition, but also younger students anticipate being a part of this interactive science lesson.

Throughout the school year, students learn about numerous topics within physical science and develop an understanding of the engineering process.

“Rocket Day was a blast... literally," student Dayton Hurst, December Company, said. "It was really cool putting a lot of the things we learned about in class, like force and motion, into action."

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