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January 29, 2018

Dear Parent/Guardian:       

Thomasville High School seeks to create two- and four-year college graduates with minimal debt. Thus, we are bringing proven, entertaining ACT© Preparation—OnToCollege with John Baylor (OTC)-- to students.

Higher ACT scores can mean larger college scholarships. The average score increase from OnToCollege with John Baylor is over two points, an amount that can save your family thousands in college costs and improve your child’s college choices. We hope that many of our students will join the “five-point-jump club.”

We will be offering valuable instruction time during the day. All participants are expected to attend all sessions and to complete all assigned homework.

You are invited to follow OnToColleges Twitter feed, Facebook page, and the OnToCollege Show available on our website at

We are excited to be doing even more to maximize your child’s chance to get into his or her best-fit college at the lowest cost and to become a college graduate with minimal debt. Thanks for helping us ensure students prioritize this course and the test.

Each student will need to bring a 1” 3-ring binder. In addition, if you have any questions, please call Mrs. Sydney Smith, Assistant Principal, or Mrs. Tammy Brasell, Counselor, at (334)636-4451


Charles Alford II






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February 9, 2018

Parents and Students:

Due to the increase of flu cases in our area, we are asking for your help.  Please follow the action steps below that will assist in slowing the spread of the flu among our students.

1.       Clean all backpacks and school supplies over the weekend to help kill any germs present.

2.       Wash jackets and outer garments.

3.       If you have any of the following symptoms, please DO NOT come to school and DO contact your physician:

Fever/chills                                                         Cough

Sore Throat                                                         Runny/Stuffy nose

Muscle/Body aches                                         Headaches

Fatigue                                                                 Nausea/vomiting/diarrhea

4.       Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

5.       Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze

6.       WASH your HANDS OFTEN.

7.       Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

8.       IF THE STUDENT HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH THE FLU, please contact the school nurse to help us monitor the actual flu cases related to attendance.

Thank you so much for your help in keeping our students well!

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