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First Lego League Lego League Among Us Team to Compete in Upcoming Competition

The Thomas County Middle School Among Us Lego League Team will compete on Friday, January 29, 2021, at the Georgia FIRST® LEGO® League Regional Tournament through Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Thomas County Schools Seal Best of Show

Jaleigh Hurst, fifth-grade student at Thomas County Middle School and member of Thomas County 4H, is no stranger to livestock shows.  Jaleigh has been showing steers and heifers for three years, attending between fifteen to twenty shows per year.  Jaleigh has competed in many shows in Georgia and Florida, and as far off as Oklahoma, many of which she finished in the top five and racked up several showmanship awards.

 

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Buzz holding Chromebook Stock Market Game

Eighth grade MERIT students at Thomas County Middle School recently participated in the Stock Market Game, an online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students grades 4-12 in the world of economics, investing, and personal finance.  This also helps prepare students for financially independent futures.

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FSU3 TCMS Partners with FSU on eRebuild Program

Several Thomas County Middle School teachers and students recently partnered with the FSU E-Rebuild program to pilot an interactive game and design-based math learning program created by FSU professor, Dr. Fengfeng Ke, along with several graduate students.  Six TCMS teachers selected students to pilot the program.  The group of students and teachers met after school to “play” the game.

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Charlie Emmett Charlie Emmett Wins County Spelling Bee

An eighth grader at Thomas County Middle School survived 32 rounds of competition to win this year’s spelling bee for the county schools. To narrow down the competition, prior spelling bees were held at Cross Creek Elementary and Thomas County Middle School for students in fourth through eighth grades.

Charlie Emmett walked away a winner after defeating an eighth grade classmate from the middle school, Natalie Carlisle, who was runner up.

“It is exciting to watch our students participate in the system spelling bee each year,” Erin Rehberg, Digital Learning and Media Services Coordinator, said.  “This type of academic competition allows our students to put their literary knowledge to the test.  We are excited for our winner, Charlie Emmett, and look forward to seeing how he does at the next level.”

Emmett will compete in the Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) Region Spelling Bee on February 27 in Bainbridge.

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Streets Streets and NeSmith to lead Thomas County Board of Education

The Thomas County Board of Education held its first meeting of the new calendar year Tuesday night. After the invocation, outgoing chair Charles Evans declared the positions of chair and vice chair vacant and asked for nominations.

Board member Nancy Hiers made a motion that Kay Streets be elected chair and that Mark NeSmith be elected vice chair. Leah Smith seconded Hiers’ motion.  Evans called for any additional nominations. There were no additional nominations, so Streets and NeSmith were elected to their respective roles with no dissenting votes.

 

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