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Spring Book Fair

Our Spring Book Fair kicks off April 19 and will go until April 23. While parents are not allowed to attend, we wanted to share this video with you so you have an idea of what's available. Your child's teacher has signed up for a time for them to shop, please check your communication logs for this information. 

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stem and code camp logo 2021 STEM Camp Registration

The Thomas County School System is pleased to offer three camp sessions this summer for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics!  There is NO COST for these camps.  Click here for more information and the registration link.

parent advisory council Spring Parent Advisory Council Meeting

The Thomas County School System recently held the spring Parent Advisory Council meeting. Superintendent Dr. Lisa Williams presented an overview of the systems’ plans for Federal CARES and funding and reviewed projects planned for successful E-SPLOST V funding. Assistive Technology Technician Alison Parker provided an update on the assistive technology resources and supports provided by the school system. Dr. Bob Dechman, Assistant Superintendent for Federal Programs and Accountability, presented the system’s policy on Family Engagement and asked participants to complete a survey to provide suggestions for plan revision. Each school principal reviewed progress on their School Improvement Plans to date and asked parents to complete a survey to make suggestions for next year’s plan.

We invite you to watch the recording of the meeting and provide your input as well. If you have questions or input, you may contact Dr. Bob Dechman by email or contact the parent involvement coordinator at your child’s school.

ZOOM Meeting Recording

You may also share your input by completing the following surveys:

District Family Engagement Policy:

School SIP survey:

softball camp 2021 Lady Jacket Softball Camp

The Thomas County Central High School Lady Jackets will be holding a softball camp June 1 - 3, 2021. The camp is open to children currently in grades 2 - 8. Campers will learn hitting, bunting, base-running, throwing, fielding, pitching, and catching fundamentals. The registration deadline is May 21. Click on the link below to access the form:

2021 Lady Jacket Softball Camp Form

YGA Competition District Winners for Young Georgia Authors Writing Competetion

Two Garrison-Pilcher Elementary students have been selected as winners for the 2021 Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition for the Southwest GA RESA District.

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engbf Spring Book Fair

Our Spring Book Fair is right around the corner and we are so excited. With Covid, we cannot allow parents/volunteers in the building. Your child's teacher will sign up for a time to shop. Remember that a portion of proceeds go back into our school library. Mrs. Griffin uses these funds to purchase new books for our ever growing library. 

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