Thomasville Middle School

2021 TMS Seventh-Eighth Grade Beauty Review Court

2021 TMS Beauty Review Court - Seventh-Eighth
Kaylin Hepstall, Third Alternate; Chulynna Nguyen, First Alternate; Angel Johnson, Top Beauty and Seventh Grade Most Photogenic; and Emma Pilkington, Second Alternate, Miss Congeniality, and Eighth Grade Most Photogenic.

2021 TMS Fifth-Sixth Grade Beauty Review Court

2021 TMS Beauty Review Court - Fifth/Sixth Grades
Samarria Biggs, Fourth Alternate; Soryia Johnson, Third Alternate; Eliza Harvell, Second Alternate; Kaydence Champion, Top Beauty; and Isabella Sims, Firsdt Alternate and Miss Congeniality.

Message on the second semester from Ashley Allen, 1-10-2021

Reminders for 2nd Semester


  • Follow ALL Classroom Rules and be aware of consequences of your actions.
  • Complete ALL Assignments
  • Take advantage of ALL make-up opportunities whether in class or (Saturday School).

Saturday School will be assigned by grade level.

  • Ask for assistance from your teacher first
  • During the 30 minutes of “WAR TIME”, no passes out and NOTHING else but ‘WAR TIME”.

**Lids down (No Computers), and must have a physical book. 

**WAR stands for WE ALL READ and WE are declaring WAR against the misconceptions of reading.

  • ENRICHMENT will totally change. It has been reformed to be a structured process and accomplishing our Character Education state requirement while meeting the needs of students to close the achievement gap.



Consequences: 1st Offense—Google Doc, Immediate office referral, 2 days of OSS (Out of school

                       suspension) and 10 days ISI (In-school suspension) student is sent to the 

                office and parent is called to pick up student.

         2nd Offense—2nd Google Doc, Immediate office referral, 3 days of OSS and 15 days

                of ISI. student is escorted to the office and parent is called to pick up 

                student.) Start the Tier 2 behavioral process.


**(Phones are to be off and in their backpacks or purses)

Consequences: 1st Offense—Google Doc/teacher contact parent (Get phone back at the end of the


      2nd Offense—2nd Google Doc/teacher contact parent (Send phone to office for parent  

                            pick up from main office.)

      3rd Offense—3rd Google Doc, Immediate Office referral/administration contact      

                            parent and student will be assigned 1 day of ISI (In-school intervention).

                            (Send student and phone to the main office for parent pick up)

**Any additional offenses will be assigned 1 day of ISI for each incident going forward. 

  • Follow Dress Code (no slashes or holes in blue jeans, no crocs, no hats or hoods worn in the building,

          no bandanas, approved/appropriate mask-not in bandana print.) 

  • Mask entering the building just like any other visitor and should remain on. 
  • Must have a hall pass
  • Transition throughout the building in a straight line with social distancing in mind.
  • Please be quiet during dismissal in the cafeteria.

**Tables will be labeled with bus drivers name and a teacher will be assigned to that group.

**The car rider’s process will remain the same as first semester (transition from café to pedestrian    

     walk-way in an orderly and safe manner.

**DO NOT RUN and follow the instruction of the teachers on duty.

'Students of the Month' chosen for November 2020

TMS Students of the Month - Nov. 2020
"Students of the Month" for November 2020 at Thomasville Middle School include fifth grade - Hunter Norwood; sixth grade - Addyson Webb; seventh grade - Ella Norris; and eighth grade - Quianna Sanders. The students are pictured with Ashley Allen, TMS principal. Thank you to Joyce Figgers for the photo.

School system adheres to state COVID guidelines

ATTENTION: the Thomasville City Schools District is bound by the Coronavirus guidelines of the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). Persons who come into contact with someone who is positive must quarantine for 14 days. If you are positive for the virus, you must quarantine for 10 days.
Free meal flyer 12-1-2020
For more information, email [email protected]
Masks required on school buses
Internet voucher notice 10-21-2020

TMS student-parent orientation video for 2020-2021 school year

Reminder from nurse Thompson 9-8-2020
Free breakfast and lunch notice 9-3-2020
The free meals are for students only. The "PayPams" program will still be available for processing application and for parents clearing up negative account cafeteria balances.
For more information, email [email protected]

Information video on the Star Reading and Star Math student assessment


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Low income students can receive help with internet service

Internet voucher art 8-25-2020
From Staff Reports
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has committed $100 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to deliver free internet access to eligible K-12 students in their homes this fall. 
The State of Alabama is using the funds to purchase internet service for low-income households with K-12 students so students can participate in distance learning. This service is being administered through the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students Program.
Students in Alabama that are enrolled in the National School Lunch Program through their school are automatically eligible for the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students Program. Families will receive a letter after Aug. 24, which will serve as a prepaid voucher from the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students Program and covers the cost of equipment, installation, and high-speed internet service through Dec. 30, 2020. 
The voucher can be used once, with one internet service provider, to sign up for service for the duration of the program. Enrolled households will not receive any bills and will not be charged any additional fees by the internet service provider.
If the address for your student has changed, please contact you school to update the address for the National School Lunch Program.
The voucher is intended for students who are eligible for the National School Lunch Program. By using the voucher, you will be confirming that you meet the income requirements of the National School Lunch Program, which is limited to households earning $48,470 or less for a family of four. Please do not use the voucher if your household is not income eligible for the National School Lunch Program. Your attention to this will help ensure that households that need help connecting will receive it.

Use this link to change instruction style after nine weeks

Students who want to change their learning option (virtual or traditional) after the first nine-week period should fill out this form by Oct. 2.

Schoology info flyer 8-19-2020

Important video for TMS parents to access schedules, future progress reports and report cards


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Updated opening plan cover page 8-10-2020

Pick up times for TMS class schedules set Aug. 10 and 11

TMS will have class schedule pick up for fifth and sixth grade students (virtual and in-class) on Monday, Aug. 10 from 2 to 3 p.m.
Seventh and eighth grade students can pick up schedules on Tuesday, Aug. 11 from 2 to 3 p.m.
Pick up schedules in front of the school.
Virtual students, who do not pick up schedules at the school, will have to access them through the I-Now student portal (available Aug. 10).
Once they log in, look under student information and they will see the schedule tab to view the schedule.
Laptop agreement form art

TMS volleyball team 2020

TMS volleyball team 2020

TMS cheerleaders earn Superior award

TMS cheer camp group 2020 The annual Thomasville Middle School Tigers Cheer Camp was held July 9-11 in the school gym. The camp was conducted by Tyaira McCloud, UCA representative. The TMS cheerleaders earned many awards: Superior ribbon for Game Day Performance; Spirit Stick - Brianna Blankenship and KeYandria Shamburger; Dancing Diva - Anniston Hunt; Jump Off - Emma Pilkington; Pin It Forward - KeYandria Shamburger, Emma Pilkington, Mary Claire Ledkins and Phoebe Pilkington.
(Squad member MaKayla McIntosh was not present the third day of the clinic.)

Update on middle school Virtual/Remote Learning 7-8-2020:

The virtual or remote learning option for Thomasville Middle School will NOT be presented on the downloaded assignments/paper packet platform used at the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Students choosing the remote option to start the 2020-2021 school year will have one option. Students choosing the remote option will be provided a Chromebook, however, TCS will NOT provide Internet service. Students choosing the virtual/remote learning must have reliable Internet service in the home setting.
Students may choose to participate in remote learning through an online educational program provided by the ALSDE (Alabama State Department of Education). Google Classroom will also be used for teachers to provide assignments, screen captures, and videos. Students choosing this option will have a classroom teacher who will check in with them to monitor their progress. Students will be required to log in daily and complete assignments in the learning platform. Students may be required to log in during specific time periods of the school day.

Back to school FAQ

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Information concerning Back-to-School will be regularly updated.

Registration open for THS seventh and eighth graders

TMS registration 2020
All incoming seventh and eighth graders need to register for 2020-2021 classes at the following links:

Eighth grade:  

Allen chosen as TMS principal

Ashley Allen photo 2020

By Barry H. Hendrix

Ashley Allen has been chosen as the new principal of Thomasville Middle School.
The Thomasville City Board of Education approved the hiring April 28 in a meeting in the Thomasville High School Library.
He has served in the last two school years as assistant principal at THS.
“My reaction to being chosen as the next principal of the Thomasville Middle School can’t be summed up with just one word,” Allen said. “I’m elated and very excited about being the new principal of the middle school and being so at such a great time. Yes, we are dealing with unprecedented and unpredictable times, but we, as Thomasvillians, can be excited about the reopening of our beloved middle school.
“I hope to bring a new style of strong, consistent, compassionate and creative approach to leadership. I plan to be an effective leader by changing the “I” statements into “WE” statements. I plan to initiate this by collaborating with community stakeholders, teachers, parents and students to ensure that “WE” are all a part of this wonderful opportunity to make our Thomasville Middle School one of the best learning environments in the state of Alabama.
“I can’t express how I have enjoyed serving as your assistant principal and athletic director at the high school for the last two years,” Allen said. “The teachers, students, parents and the community as a whole, have been very supportive and respectful during this journey. I pray that our relationships continue to build and become even stronger as we strive to remain on one accord to do the best for our children of this community.
“I was a child of this community, and I hope that my deeply rooted history in Thomasville can help us come together to build a united front against the world’s distractions and other adversaries that attack the educational process. In my opinion, this is the only way that “WE” can protect and provide our students with the tools needed to be successful.
“It is my prayer that everyone stays safe and takes care of each other during these trying times,” he said. “Patience will be the key, and I can’t wait to join you, the great community of Thomasville, as “WE” move forward to greater things to come for our school system.”
Allen was raised by grandparents Henry and Esmeraldo Smiley. His father, Reginald Allen, was born and raised in Thomasville and currently resides in Tampa, Fla.
A graduate of THS, he comes from a family of educators. His late mother, Coilet Smiley, was an educator, and his grandmother Esmeraldo was an educator at Clarke County High School for 32 years.
His grandfather, Henry Smiley, was a former head of the Thomasville school board, a coach, and principal at Coffeeville High School. He retired from the McMillian Blodel paper mill in Yellow Bluff.
Alberta (Smiley) Dixon, the current Thomasville City Mayor Pro-Tem and a former educator, is Allen’s grand-aunt. Allen is the cousin of Charles Allen, a long time member of the Thomasville City Council.
Allen and his wife, Bridgett, have a daughter, Raven-Rose Coilet Allen, age 4. Bridgett Allen works in human resources at GD Copper.

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