Don't forget about the Thomasville City Schools Book Club for ages 7 & under! Come pick up your new book and activity sheets TODAY at Scott or Harper Elementary from 11:30AM - 1:30PM.
TCS will have the B.A.R.K. Summer Reading Program July 6th-23 for elementary students. You can apply online: https://bit.ly/barksummerreading or in person at Scott Elementary tonight from 4:30-5:30. #BulldogPride
Don't forget about the Thomasville City Schools Book Club for ages 7 & under! Come pick up your first book and activity sheets TODAY at Scott or Harper Elementary from 11:30AM - 1:30PM.
Don't forget the Thomasville YMCA is providing students free breakfast and lunch, Monday - Friday, at THS, Harper, Scott, and various locations throughout the community. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/ymcasummerfood
The Thomasville YMCA's Summer Feed Service Program begins today! For more information, call 229-226-3446 or visit https://bit.ly/ymcasummerfood
Thomasville City Schools is in the process of purchasing additional technology that will be available to students. Internet access will be necessary to maximize learning when at home. Thomasville City Schools is exploring low cost internet options to help families that do not currently have internet access. We need some information from you in order to plan for the devices and services needed. If your child does not have internet access, please complete the Internet Access Survey: https://forms.gle/QnYmgkWPETeH7gvG6
Today is the Last Day to apply for Meals-To-You. Get a Meals-To-You box delivered to your home for free for each of your kids! Click on the link to go to the Emergency Meals-To-You enrollment page: https://bit.ly/3cRmA8d
Hello Harper Family, Harper Elementary School will be open for students to return textbooks, library books, Chromebooks, and any school items that need to be returned. During the prescribed times below, students will also have the opportunity to retrieve any of their personal belongings. All 5th graders are required to return all chromebooks and other electronic devices at their scheduled times. Harper 4th and 5th Graders will drop off items at Harper Elementary School on Wednesday, May 20 from 9am-12:00 pm. Harper 2nd and 3rd Graders will follow the same procedures above and their time will be from 1pm-4pm on Wednesday, May 20th. Pre-K, K and 1st Graders scheduled day and time will be Thursday, May 21st, from 9am-12 pm. If your child is unable to attend any of the specific drop offs, they may come on Thursday , May 21st from 1pm-3pm and Friday May 22nd from 9am-12:00pm. Thank you again for all of your support and stay safe! HarperStrong!
Don't Forget...Student Meal Drive-Thru TODAY at Thomasville High School, 12PM-2PM or while supplies last. #BulldogPride #WeAreThomasville #KeepGAFed
Parents the Harper front office is open today. Please stop by to pick up assignments. The building will be open from 8:00-4:00.
Please visit the Thomasville City Schools website at https://www.tcitys.org/o/district/news for the latest update from Superintendent Wiggins. #BulldogPride
Thomasville City Schools has partnered with the Second Harvest of South Georgia to provide meals for students and children in the community next week (Spring Break). Meal distribution will be Monday-Thursday from 11am-1pm, (April 6th-9th) at Thomasville High School (gym parking lot). Meal Distribution is Drive-Thru only.
Second Harvest of South Georgia will be hosting a mobile food distribution at Thomas County Central High School Friday morning, April 3rd at 8:00 A.M. No proof of income is required. Boxes will be available while supplies last. Please help us share this information with those who may need food assistance during this time of crisis.
Dear Thomasville City Schools Community, A few minutes ago, Gov. Brian Kemp announced an Executive Order that all public schools in Georgia are closed for in-person instruction through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. We know it is difficult to process that Thomasville City Schools will be closed for in-person instruction the rest of this school year. However, this statewide closing is crucial for public health and safety. Below are important updates as a result of this announcement. Distance Learning Distance learning will continue. We will have more information regarding grading in the future. Our administrative team has been and will continue to work in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Education and the Governor's Office of Student Achievement. Meal Service TCS will continue providing meal service at this point. Meal Service will not be provided during Spring Break. Graduation If at all possible, our goal is to hold graduation at a later date. We will continue working on multiple plans to make graduation the best it can possibly be given the circumstances. To the Class of 2020: we are especially thinking of you and know this is a difficult way to end your senior year. This is a difficult time in our nation’s history and I urge each of you to continue to socially distance and help contain the spread of COVID-19. Each of us has the ability to make a positive impact in the interest of public health. We know the upcoming spring break is not what any of us had in mind but we do hope you will be able to take a break from academics and focus on time with your family. Please do not hesitate to reach out to your principal if you have a specific need during this time. Sincerely, Ben Wiggins Superintendent
We wanted to remind everyone that today that the Harper Elementary front lobby is open from 8:00-4:00 to pick up assignments. If you need food ...Please contact Mr.Hugans at 229-403-9331.
Dear Thomasville City Schools Community, Earlier today, Governor Brian Kemp announced school closures would be extended through April 24 with a return date for students on Monday, April 27. We are working diligently on a plan that is best for our students and families in regard to meals and academics. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.
Good Evening. Tomorrow, March 26th, from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM, will be the last opportunity to pick up a Chromebook, if needed.
SCHOOL CLOSURE EXTENDED UNTIL MONDAY, APRIL 13 Based on Governor Kemp’s executive order announced on March 23, the Thomasville City Schools is planning to open no sooner than Monday, April 13. Spring Break will remain as scheduled, April 6-10. We will continue to follow the Governor's recommendations and orders regarding any future school closure extensions. Please continue to check our website and social media for continued updates. We are here for Bulldog Nation. Please call 229-225-2600 if we can be of assistance.
Parents/Guardians, If your students need a Chromebook, please fill out this survey. http://bit.ly/cbsurvtville
*Updated 3/18/20* The TCS Trucks are delivering food Monday-Friday. Look for us at each stop. Northside: Eastside Church(11:00-11:05 AM) St. Luke Church(11:10-11:15 AM) Hunters Chase Apartments(11:30-11:40 AM) Wood Valley(11:45-11:55 PM) Douglass Gym(12:00-12:05 PM) Flipper Homes(12:10-12:20 PM) Southside: Wildwood Apartments(11:00 AM-11:05 AM) Greentree Apartments(11:05-11:10 AM) Old Publix Shopping Center(11:10-11:20 AM) Abbey Lake Apartments(11:25-11:30 AM) Lotto Corner Store(11:40-11:45 AM) Norman Park Apartments(11:50-12:00 PM) Varnedoe Area (National Guard)(12:05-12:15 PM) We will also have curbside pickup at Scott Elementary School and Harper Elementary School (11AM - 1PM). We will also have delivery at 11AM at the following: Villa North Apartments Faircloth Homes Cherokee Homes
Dear Thomasville City Schools Community, In accordance with newly issued federal guidance, Governor Brian P. Kemp signed Executive Order 3.16.20.01 closing all public elementary, secondary, and post-secondary public schools in Georgia from March 18, 2020 to March 31, 2020. Therefore, Thomasville City Schools will be closed through March 31, 2020. We will continue to monitor and take guidance from local, state and federal agencies as the safety of our students, faculty and staff is our top priority. To read the full release, visit https://madmimi.com/s/a809601 Sincerely, Ben Wiggins Superintendent
We will have meals available at Harper and Scott on Monday – Friday from 11 am – 1 pm beginning Monday, March 16th. Each day we are going to offer 2 meals (lunch, breakfast for the following day) to be picked up at one time (between 11 am-1 pm). Meals are available to students 18 years of age or younger and it does not matter what school they are enrolled in or even if they are enrolled in school.
Harper teachers want to make sure that parents know that we have developed practice work for students. The work is available in the front office at Harper from 8:00-4:00 Mon-Friday. Please stop by and help keep students connected to school! If you have any questions please contact Mr.Hugans 229-403-9331
Jax Hodge will portray "The Beast" and Emily Sumner will take on the role of "Belle" in Thomasville City Schools Drama Program's annual spring musical, Beauty and the Beast. Shows are Friday and Saturday, March 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 8 at 2:00 p.m. in the MacIntyre Auditorium. Tickets are on sale now at Scholars Academy: $10 for students and $15 for adults.
Join us for a Harper Parent Engagement Math Night tomorrow evening @ 6:00 p.m., Harper School Gym. There will be lots of FUN activities and games, door prizes and food! See you there!
Harper Parents and students...Please join us for the parade this morning. We will meet in front of Thomasville National Bank. We will be riding the DJ Bus in the parade!
Thomasville City Schools will be closed Thursday, February 6, due to the threat of high winds and inclement weather. The safety of our students and staff is always our top priority.
We will have our 2nd Nine Weeks Honor Roll Assembly tomorrow at 12:00 P.M. at the Municipal Auditorium. Students receiving awards should wear a Harper Shirt or dress appropriately. Pants that have rips or tears will not be allowed. Students should wear a Harper Shirt as well. Looking forward to seeing everyone!
SAVE THE DATE!! MONDAY, FEB 3, 2020!! Join us at Scott Elementary School for Pre-K Registration! For more information, please visit: https://5il.co/catc
Every student at Harper Elementary is joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (December 3-9). Mrs. Graham, the computer lab teacher, remarked that she likes all of the math that is incorporated within the coding lessons as well as critical thinking and problem solving.
Harper Parents/Guardians, Please join us for our Parent Advisory Leadership (P.A.L.) meeting, tomorrow, November 14th @ 6 PM in the old cafeteria. Students will receive a grade incentive if their parent/guardian attends.
Come and join us for the Honor Roll Assembly. Center for the Arts @ 9:30 A.M.
Parents please complete this survey. We need for as many parents as possible to give us feedback. https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents
Harper Parents, please stop by and pick up your student's uniform at the front office. Thanks!
On Monday, September 16th, Thomasville City Schools will observe a Student Holiday and Staff Professional Learning Day.
Harper Elementary will host Grandparents Day, tomorrow, Tuesday, September 10th & Wednesday, September 11th during students' lunch times. Come out and join us!
Just a reminder to our Pre-K parents. We have a Pre-K Orientation Meeting @ 6:00 P.M. tonight. Please take time to come out and learn more about our Pre-K program.
Thomasville High School proudly welcomes a new addition to its hallways. This American flag was flown over the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan in honor of Thomasville, GA. Flying a flag to be presented is something that soldiers overseas do for veterans, military retirees, dignitaries, or in our case, a town. Thank you, Lindy Savelle, for presenting our school with such a precious gift. A special thank you also goes to Mr. Gammel and his students for constructing this beautiful display case. #ThomasvilleStrong
D.E.A.R Training today at 11:45 and 6:00 P.M. #Academicrigor
Don't forget about the Superintendent Search Community Forum TOMORROW at 6PM at the MPMS Auditorium.
Harper Elementary's Annual Title 1 Meeting will be held August 27th @ 12 noon & 6 p.m. Parents can choose a time to attend.
Parent Advisory Leadership (P. A. L.) is a school, parent and community driven partnership that will help formulate and improve Parental Involvement. The goal of this TEAM is to assist/contribute to the launch of programs and practices that encourage school, family and community involvement, resulting in students’ increased success. Please contact: DeAngela Lewis, Parent Engagement Coordinator Lewisd@tcitys.org; 229-225-2622
On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at Harper Elementary. We are asking our D.E.A.R. Volunteers to attend the informational meeting. The meeting should last no more than 40 minutes.We will talk about the vision we have for this program, and how you will support us with the task. We will talk about exactly what you are volunteering to do, how to do it, and when to do it. At this meeting on August 15 you will make a definite decision as to how, when, and how much you can do.Someone will greet you at the front door of the school and direct you to the meeting area! Thanks In Advance For Your Support!
We will be taking orders for Harper Shirts Today! Shirts are $14.00. We only take cash payments. The shirts will be back by September.
We are looking forward to have Harper Parents be involved in the Harper Parent Organization. Our goal is to keep parents in the loop and be involved in planning activities to support our students. Please stop by the front desk for more information or speak to Ms.Lewis.
Twenty six hundred pounds of bottle caps were safely delivered yesterday, July 9th and 13 benches were picked up . The benches are currently sitting at Thomas University waiting to be delivered by our campers, Friday morning to Thomasville City Schools and Thomas County Schools. We are documenting the trip on Facebook on the Division of Education site. Currently the campers are "off grid" at Mammoth Cave Kentucky. They will begin posting again late this afternoon from "The Children's Discovery Museum" in Chattanooga, Tennessee where they will have the museum to themselves for the night with museum staff leading them through the exhibits and a special rooftop lesson on constellations and Greek myths. The campers will arrive back in Thomasville tomorrow afternoon, July 11th. Please join us July 12th, in our new location, The Campus Center at TU for a 2:30 presentation of a documentary created by our campers of the "Bottle Caps to Benches" project with a reception to follow.
Harper Open House will be held on August 1st from 12:00 to 3:00 P.M. Please plan to attend a short parent meeting prior to visiting classrooms.
Harper Parent Involvement Coordinator DeAngela Lewis will be contacting volunteers regarding our D.E.A.R Program on August 1st. Thank You in advance for supporting Harper Students.