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winners Spelling Bee

Cross Creek Elementary recently held its Spelling Bee.  The third-grade winner was Brianni Brown. Kate Harvey was first runner-up and Brian Wang was second runner-up in the third-grade competition.  Fourth-grade winner was Jacob Griggs. Maggie Cook was first runner-up and second runner-up was Timothy Torres in the fourth-grade competition. Congratulations to all of our classroom representatives and alternates. Winners will compete in January at the county spelling bee.

 

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Christmas Cheer

VFW donation Veterans Donations

Cross Creek Elementary School classes hosted several veterans to share their experiences with students.  Representing each branch of our armed forces, community veterans shared their experiences and pride at having served our country.  Some of our guests are continuing to serve. In making connections to how their service has impacted American lives, our veterans reminded students and staff that, “Freedom is not free.”  Veterans compared our freedoms with those of the countries in which they have been to and served so that we may enjoy democracy and freedoms that come with it. Being sent away from home, serving during conflict and war, and returning to changes in America is not easy.  Cross Creek’s Veterans Day project was to collect monetary donations to donate to our local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) - the Allen-Cook Post 4995.  Each year these veterans purchase flags to place on military graves throughout Thomas County on Memorial Day. The donation is to help offset the cost of purchasing the flags.

projects American Indian Studies

Third-grade students in Holly Hurst’s and Melissa O’Neal’s classes have been learning about American Indians.  The culture, daily life, and contributions were studied.  Students selected a tribe and used the knowledge they learned to  create a display highlighting aspects of the tribe’s daily life.

BEE BEE Partners of the Quarter Recognized

The Thomas County School System's BEE Partners of the Quarter were recognized for the first nine weeks. These businesses and industries support the school system in so many ways, and their support is very appreciated.
Hand-In-Hand -Dawson Street Baptist Church WMU
Garrison-Pilcher - Barnett's Creek Baptist Church
Cross Creek - Dog World
Thomas County Middle School - McDonalds
Thomas County Central High School - Thomasville Dental Center (Dr. Sanders)
Bishop Hall - Donathan Photography
If a business or industry is interested in partnering with Thomas County Schools, please contact Erin Rehberg for more information. See pictures of our Partners of the Quarter by clicking the link below.

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group How Many Seeds?

Students in Summer Perry's class carved a pumpkin after reading How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin by Margaret McNamara.  They used what they knew about multiplication strategies to find our how many seeds were inside.  They made equal groups of five and counted all the way to 394!

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