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District News

REACH Scholarship Awarded to TCMS Students REACH

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 Jesus Altamirano, Mariyha Davis, Jenyla Johnson, Malachi Thomas, and Nicholas Whigham.

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. Their parents or guardians also signed contracts to support their student through their education.

Miranda a Top Coordinator Brandi Miranda

Thomas County Central High School Work-Based Learning and Youth Apprenticeship Coordinator Brandi Miranda’s expertise and skills have won her distinctive region recognition.

Miranda earned Top Gun status during the Career Technical Agricultural Education Work-Based Learning & Youth Apprenticeship Conference in Hall County Oct. 28-30. Only three coordinators from each region receive Top Gun class status.

BEE Partners of the Quarter Recognized BEE

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.

Envision Classroom Grant Awarded to GP's Barnhart Tanishia Barnhart

Tanisha Barnhart, first grade teacher at Garrison Pilcher Elementary, was recently awarded a classroom grant from Envision Credit Union. Barnhart said she initially thought of applying for the grant while working on a project for her leadership degree. Barnhart plans to use the grant funds for STEM and mathematics projects within her classroom and to increase awareness to all of her students about opportunities provided through engineering and mathematics.