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TCCHS Class of 2020 STAR student Joshua Stephens with Laura Kornegay. Stephens named TCCHS STAR student

A passion for science and willingness to challenge oneself has led one high school student to shine brightly. Senior Joshua Stephens is the Thomas County Central High School Class of 2020 STAR Student.

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HnH students Lend Your Voice to Thomas County Schools' Future

The Thomas County School System is initiating a strategic planning process and invites you to participate! It is vital that we hear from our stakeholders on the future direction of the school district before the plan is developed.

When:  February 20, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Where:  Thomas County Central High School   

Who:  All Thomas County School System employees, parents, senior citizens, businessmen and women, civic leaders and residents. High school students are also encouraged to attend.

What:  A Community Engagement Session to gather input from parents, citizens, district employees and students. Everyone is invited: parents, all district employees, high school students and community members. No special experience or knowledge is required. We will present information on the district, the strategic planning process and then break into small groups for discussion.

NOTE: Sandwiches and beverages will be served at the event. Please RSVP using the link below to help us plan how much food to prepare.


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Students at Lost Creek Students at Lost Creek

Thomas County Central High School Advanced Placement Environmental Science class and Envirothon team members recently spent two days completing field work at Lost Creek Forest.  “The trip to the woods gave us a glimpse into some of the activities of environmentalists,” student Riley Jones said. “We took a lot of things we have learned in our environmental class and applied them to the trip. Our guides challenged us by putting us in the shoes of environmental scientists, asking us to analyze the forest and make decisions that environmentalists would make.” Activities the young scientists conducted included soil analysis, water quality studies, a canopy study, discussion of prescribed burns, and tree coring.

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Thomas County Central and the Tobacco Free Coalition of Southwest Georgia have partnered together to make all Thomas County Schools a tobacco free environment.