Mission/Purpose Statement: To promote lifelong learning in the 21st century
Vision Statement: All students will reach their potential of becoming caring, competent, responsible citizens by promoting lifelong learning through the use of 21st century technology to ensure college and career readiness.
Beliefs: 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.
Goals: All stakeholders will work together to ensure that students are college and career ready. We will continue to work together to improve student achievement. All stakeholders will work together to ensure that students are provided with a safe and secure envi ronment for learning.
The Fiscal Year 2016 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 email@example.com or 334-636-9955.
The Thomasville City Schools District sponsored "A Classic Country Christmas," which was presented Dec. 8, 9 and 11 at the Thomasville Civic Center. Students from kindergarten to 12th grade were featured in the performance.
Thank you, Georgia Pacific!
The RiverBEST Robotics Hub has received a $5,000 donation from GP Cellulose-Alabama River Cellulose LLC in Perdue, Ala. near Monroeville. Randall Fullington (right), co-director of the RiverBEST hub, received the check from Steve Green (center), production leader at GP Cellulose. Also pictured is Tina Kicklighter (left), public affairs manager with GP Cellulose.
River BEST Robotics Program
A Huge Success at TCS
TMS - 1st Place - Marketing
TMS - 3rd Place - Engineering Notebook
THS - 1st Place - Engineering Notebook
TMS - 3rd Place - Robot Award
THS - 1st Place - Robot Award
TMS - 1st Place - BEST Award
THS - 2nd Place - BEST Award
THS - Software Deisgn Award
THS - Most Robust Machine Award
TMS - 1st Place - Spirit & Sportsmanship
THS - 3rd Place - Spirit & Sportsmanship
TMS - 1st Place - Mascot Dance Off
For even more scenes from the River BEST Robotics competition, check out their facebook page.
The Thomasville Middle School Robotics Team received funding Nov. 3 in the amount of $2,500 from the Georgia-Pacific Naheola Mill. The ceremony was held in the TMS cafeteria. Team sponsor Jeanette Johnson and the team was presented a check from Tim Chatlos, public affairs manager with the Naheola Mill. Also on hand for the ceremony was science teacher Andi Clanahan; school secretary and team volunteer Sharon James; Dr. Vic Adkison, Thomasville school superintendent; TMS Principal Gerald McAnally; and Randall Fullington, career tech coordinator for Thomasville City Schools.
The Thomasville High School Robotics Team received funding Nov. 3 in the amount of $2,500 from the Georgia-Pacific Naheola Mill. The ceremony was held in the THS Library Media Center. Team sponsor, engineering teacher Laura Shelander, and the team was presented a check from Tim Chatlos, public affairs manager with the Naheola Mill. Also on hand for the ceremony was Dr. Vic Adkison, Thomasville school superintendent; THS Principal Charles Alford; and Randall Fullington, career tech coordinator for Thomasville City Schools.
Breakfast is available to all students every morning:
Elementary School from 7:20 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
Middle School from 7:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
High School from 7:15 a.m. to 7:40 a.m.
Kids who eat breakfast at school get higher test scores, visit the nurse less often, and are more attentive in class.