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TCCHS proudly announces the Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020 graduation

An in-person graduation ceremony for the Thomas County Central High School Class of 2020 will be held on Saturday, June 6, at 9:00 a.m. at the Jackets’ Nest Stadium.  As with all decisions made during this challenging time, we are working diligently to honor and celebrate the Class of 2020 while also ensuring the safety of everyone involved.

We are extremely pleased to provide our 2020 graduates with a traditional type of graduation ceremony which they have earned and so greatly deserve. Finding a way to celebrate their accomplishments in-person and in the company of their family, despite the necessary restrictions that are in place as the result of the pandemic, has been a focus of our work over the past few weeks.

To ensure the health and safety of the graduates, school personnel, and guests, the following measures are in effect for this year’s graduation ceremony:

Summer Reading Challenge! Buzz Holding a Book

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 and a list of eBook resources.  If you need more information, please talk to the media specialist at your school.  The guidelines are for the school the students will be attending in the 2020-2021 school year.

Summer Reading Challenge Website

TCCHS Chick-fil-A Leader Academy completes digital impact project TCCHS Chick-fil-A Leader Academy member Loxley Slocumb enjoys sewing masks for local healthcare workers.

TCCHS Chick-fil-A Leader Academy members had planned a special Impact Project, a dodgeball tournament to benefit the Middle Georgia Honor Flight program, as its big service event. With the outbreak of COVID-19 and “sheltering in place,” this idea had to be canceled. But a new opportunity soon presented itself.