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 TCS School Board Recognition Month

and Teachers of the Year

School Board members Mr. Chris Beverly, Mrs. Sharon Buford, Mr. Marshall Pritchett, Dr. Jerry Schreiner, and Mrs. Beverly Walker are pictured here with Dr. Adkison.

Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the students and staff of Thomasville City Schools

Teachers of the Year Mrs. Leslie Carpenter (TES), Mrs. Kay Larrimore (THS), and Mrs. Stephanie Noble (TMS) are pictured with School Board President, Mrs. Sharon Buford, Superintendent Dr. Vic Adkison, and Principals Dawn Gillis (TES), Charles Alford (THS), and Sandra Williams (TMS).










Thomasville City Schools makes State Department News!

Check us out on page 3!



Updated TCS School Calendar - Revised October 2015



The Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards were established in 1994 to ensure that proper recognition is given to alumni and friends who have excelled professionally and personally. These awards recognize graduates in each UWA college or division who have distinguished themselves in such a way as to reflect honor on the University and the National Alumni Association.  This year's 2015 recipient from the College of Math & Science is our own Coach Jack Hankins. He was recognized on Saturday, Oct. 16 at a luncheon and was also recognized that day at the Homecoming football game as a past player. 


Congratulations, Coach Hankins!



TES receives a $1000 grant from Senator Greg Albritton who represents Senate District 22 in the Alabama Senate. The grant may be used for any needs the school may have.

Photo: Dr. Vic Adkison (left), Senator Greg Albritton (center), and Principal Dawn Gillis (right)




 The Fiscal Year 2015 Accountability Reports are available upon request.  These reports include Funding and Expenditures Reports by Fund Source, Cost Center and Program, School Safety and Discipline Reports.   Please contact Linda McGhee, Chief School Finance Officer, at lmcghee@thomasvilleschools.org or 334-636-9955.




To Promote Lifelong Learning



• Learning is the chief priority for our schools.

• Education is a partnership involving the home, the community, and our schools.

• Literacy skills are fundamental to student success.

• Individualized education promotes a lifelong desire to learn.

• Consistently enforced discipline promotes a safe, positive learning environment.



By providing the best education possible, the Thomasville City School System empowers students to become caring, competent, responsible citizens, who value education as a lifelong process.






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