Thomasville Elementary School

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TES 'Students of the Month' chosen for January 2020

Students of the Month - January 2020 "Students of the Month" at Thomasville Elementary School have been chosen for January 2020: (back row) Jack Harris, third grade; Emonii Smith, fourth grade; CamRon Collier, fifth grade; and Karissa Gailes, second grade; (front row) Emma Pugh, first grade; Sanaa Bright, pre-K; Kamariah Perkins, kindergarten; and Ja'Kel White-Rich.

TES storytelling team attends Coastal workshop

TES storytelling team 1-24-2020 Students from Thomasville Elementary School attended the second annual Kathryn Tucker Windham Storytelling Club and Bee Workshop Jan. 24 at Coastal Alabama Community College in Thomasville. Over 100 fifth, sixth and seventh grade students from four counties participated in the event. Pictured are (front) Kenmora Pettway, Jennie Hawthorne, Briana Carstarphen, Kristen Howard, and Addyson Powell; (back) Mary Claire Ledkins, Mary Kellen Gates, Carlee Blankenship, Charlie Nordan, Quinton Kelley, Thomas Aguiar, Angel Johnson, and Miya Brown.
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Students of the Month recognized for December 2019

TES Students of the Month - December 2019 The "Students of the Month" for December 2019 at Thomasville Elementary School were recognized in a ceremony held Jan. 13 in the school library: (front) Eryn Hamilton, pre-K; Sadie Barnes, kindergarten; Makayla Posey, first grade; and KenDarius Washington, second grade; (back) Lakely Pugh, third grade; Isabella McKinley, fourth grade; Phoebe Pilkington, sixth grade; and Grayson Stanford, fifth grade.

"Students of the Month' chosen for November 2019

Students of the Month - November 2019

"Students of the Month" for November 2019 at Thomasville Elementary School were recognized Dec. 6 during a ceremony in the school library. Students include (front) John Clyce Drinkard, Pre-K; Zoey Garza, kindergarten; and Alex Pope, first grade; (back) Caleb Harper, sixth grade; Destin Williams, third grade; Micah Cowan, second grade; Scarlett Rotton, fourth grade; and Kristin Howard, fifth grade.

Contact company directly for missing TES fundraising items

Following is a statement from the Southeastern Fundraising company regarding missing items from recent fundraising orders at Thomasville Elementary School:

• First, we apologize for any inconvenience the delay in receiving merchandise from our company may have caused.
• We request that calls concerning missing items be made directly to S.F. and not the school. Calling Southeastern Fundraising directly, and we will help expedite delivery of merchandise.
• Call 800-748-9871 Monday thru Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m. CST. During the call, a representative will ask for your child’s name, teacher, school, and a list of items that were not received.
• Give Southeastern your home address and the products will be delivered directly to your home either by U. S. mail or UPS.
• Once again, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused!

Santa visits TES 2019

TES donates canned goods to Salvation Army

The sixth grade Ambassadors at Thomasville Elementary School led the effort to collect approximately 1,041 canned goods for the Salvation Army. The SA truck came to the school on Nov. 21 to pick up the donations.
In addition, as soon as students return after the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be a toy drive. The school will ask for donations of new toys. More info will be provided later.

TES student honored for 'character'

TES student honored 11-8-19 Thomas Aguiar, a sixth grade student at Thomasville Elementary School, was recognized Nov. 8 for "character" during a ceremony at the Clarke County Courthouse in Grove Hill. He was recognized through the Clarke County District Court's new "Character in Action" program. Pictured are Aguiar (right) with James H. Morgan Jr., District and Juvenile Judge of Clarke County.
The program seeks to identify young people who are doing "the right thing," Morgan said. Aguiar was recommended by school officials. He is a member of the "Breakfast Buddies" program at TES and helps students in Pre-K. He also assists other students in computer lab.
"They (school officials and teachers) also recognize when you're not there - for all the right reasons," Morgan told Aguiar during the ceremony. "He's always the one who is helping us. ...What you're doing is not going unnoticed."

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We are in the process of conducting an evaluation of our 2018-2019 Title I and Parental Involvement programs. Therefore, we would like to know your thoughts and/ or suggestions. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. The responses will be used to improve next year’s Title I and Parental Involvement program. I you have questions about the survey or need assistance completing it, please contact Donna Calhoun, Federal Programs Director at (334) 636-9955 or Survey link:

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elementary school building Thomasville Elementary School is one of three schools that make up the Thomasville City School System. It is located at 300 Quincy Ingram Street in Thomasville, Alabama. TES was established in its current location in 1988. The gymnasium and lower wing were added in 1990. Then in 1997, the kindergarten wing was added. Thomasville Elementary is comprised of Pre-K through fourth grade. We serve approximately 500 students on a daily basis. There are currently three pre-k classes, four kindergarten classes, five first grade classrooms, four second grade classes, five third grade classes, and four fourth grade classrooms. We have fifty four faculty/staff to best meet the needs of our students.

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