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Thomas County Schools District Spelling Bee Winner

Congratulations to Clover Siddell for winning the Thomas County Schools District Spelling Bee, and Jayla Smith, first runner-up! Clover will represent Thomas County in the District 9 Spelling Bee held virtually in February.

Clover Siddell

Jayla and Clover

Don't Miss Out on Your TCMS Yearbook!

TCMS Yearbook Flyer 1-24-22

The Incredible Journey of the Water Cycle

Students in Ms. Marcinski's sixth-grade science class are off on another adventure! Titan Company students recently used a cross-curriculum approach for learning about the water cycle. Students first "became" water molecules as they simulated movement of water through the water cycle.


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PreK graphic PreK & Kindergarten ONLINE Registration Monday & Tuesday

An ONLINE registration portal will be active on January 31 and February 1. This live link will be available on this website and on social media for registration. If you need access to a computer, please call Hand-In-Hand at 229-225-3908 and ask for Trish Kearce who will schedule an appointment to assist you in registering your child.  All eligible students signed up for pre-k on January 31 and February 1 will be guaranteed a slot. Out-of-district students will be accepted upon approval by the Board of Education.

A link will also be available during online registration to schedule your child’s screening appointment. 

Click here for more information.

TCMS Students Participate in STEM Day

TCMS students had the opportunity to engage in some fun standards-based STEM activities today. All of the necessary materials were provided for every student. Ms. Tammy Nowell from GYSTC provided synchronous instruction virtually to all students.



REACH Scholarships Awarded to TCMS Students

Five Thomas County Middle School (TCMS) students recently signed to be a part of the Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen (REACH) Georgia program, a needs-based scholarship designed to promote academic success and expand access to higher education. The TCMS students chosen to join REACH Georgia are Brendy Becerra, Ni'Oriya Brown, Joleth Carreon, Mya Sherman, and Timaya Smith.

As a part of the program, students signed contracts to agree to meet attendance and behavior requirements, maintain a certain grade point average, participate in REACH Georgia-related activities, and meet weekly with a mentor. Parents and/or guardians also signed contracts to support each student throughout their education.



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