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Hands on Thomas County TCMS Students and Staff Help with HOTC Day

Students and staff from Thomas County Middle School recently volunteered throughout Thomas County during Hands on Thomas County Day.

HOTC Day 2020

Yellow Jacket TCMS APTT (Academic Parent/Teacher Team) Meeting

Parents please join us for our first APTT Parent Night. The meeting will be a Zoom meeting. Please fill out the form in order to receive the Zoom link. The dates and times are as follows:

5th grade- Monday, Oct. 26th- 5:30pm

6th grade- Tuesday, Oct. 27th- 5:30pm

7th grade- Wednesday, Oct. 28th- 5:30pm

8th grade- Thursday, Oct. 29th- 5:30pm

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Red Ribbon week Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week 2020

CURE Thomas County Schools help fight childhood cancer

The Thomas County School System decided to "GO GOLD" during the last week of September which was Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Faculty, staff and students wore gold or yellow on Friday, September 25, to share awareness and show support for kids and families impacted by childhood cancer. 

Each school in the system also participated in Caps for CURE by paying one dollar to wear a hat on Friday. Thomas County Schools raised a total of $2,178.61. Each school showed their support by donating the following: Hand-In-Hand, $241.23; Garrison-Pilcher, $412.30; Cross Creek, $634.08; TCMS, $351; TCCHS, $500; and Bishop Hall, $40.

Superintendent Dr. Lisa Williams said, "I am very appreciative of the compassion that our students, staff, and parents have demonstrated in their support of Childhood Cancer Awareness and Research as shown through their actions and contributions. Together, we were able to make a difference for such a worthy cause." 

The money raised was donated to CURE Childhood Cancer. Sharon Johnson and Kathy Pipkin visited the school system recently to accept the check on behalf of CURE. 

“‘Caps for CURE’ was started by my family's friend, Sarah Barr, from Locust Grove," said Johnson. "Her idea to encourage students to raise awareness and funding for childhood cancer continues today.  Sarah fought Ewing’s sarcoma for seven years and passed away just before her 20th birthday. We appreciate the continuing support of ‘Caps for CURE.’”

Rose City Foundation Rose City Foundation Donates Money to Elementary Schools

The Rose City Foundation, associated with Envision Credit Union, recently donated money to Thomas County Schools to buy books for the elementary schools. The foundation donated $1 per student in grades Pre-K through fifth grade with the total being $2,794. Kellie Merck, left, Envision's Georgia Community Development Manager, recently presented the check to Thomas County Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Williams.   

Thomas County Schools Seal TCMS APTT (Academic Parent/Teacher Team) Meeting

TCMS will host our first APTT (Academic Parent/Teacher Team) night. Parents, please join us via Zoom to get a better understanding of Google Classroom, Parent Portal, and more!

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