Students in Mrs. Fitzgerald's class work on separating mixtures lab.
2021 Bulldog Showcase ft. THS Competition Cheerleading Squad
High School Yearbooks are currently on sale!
THS Homecoming Dance will be Friday, October 8th. More details coming soon! Go Dogs!
Cross County began their season on Thursday at the Yellow Jacket Invitational. The middle school boys and girls team won first place, with Sadie Kate Scarbrough taking first place overall among female runners!!
See attached message for information on ordering Junior and Senior Supplies.
The photos show students using the “extreme paired reading” strategy. They are reading experiments in psychology and looking for the following information: - Why the experiment was done - Who was involved in the experiment - What they found out from the study - Why the experiment was unethical
2021 Scholars Academy AP Scholars - This is an exceptional academic accomplishment from our academic-focused Bulldogs! Iris Allgrove Nolan Barnes Samuel Carter Carson Cochran Timothy Cordista Nolan Barnes Samuel Carter Carson Cochran Timothy Cordista Madisen Cox Sydney Deutsch Andrew Geyer Ellie Griffin Katey Harwood Harrison Jackson Sydney Jones Henry Mcdonald Nicholas Ridenour Hudson Sizemore Brantley Taylor Macy Taylor Sarah Young
Reminder: Middle School Picture Day is tomorrow, August 25. Flyers went home last week with your students. If you did not receive a flyer, you can order online today at pictureday.swiphoto.com The photographers will accept cash/checks (made payable to SWI Photography) tomorrow during your student's picture time. Bring your best smiles!
𝐀𝐍𝐍𝐎𝐔𝐍𝐂𝐄𝐌𝐄𝐍𝐓 📣 Thomas County Community Assessment Survey - Thomas County Family Connection is one of the 159 counties that make up Georgia Family Connection. Georgia Family Connection is the only statewide network of its kind in the nation. Local organizations join forces together in a collaborative manner to achieve better outcomes for children and families. The community survey results will help determine how to best meet the needs of local citizens. A report from the community assessment will be made available to the community later this year. Please go to https://bit.ly/ThomasCountySurvey to complete the survey.
Mrs. Rainey's Georgia Studies students and their completed Alma Mater projects.
Students in Mrs. Johnson's AP Statistics students work together to show different ways to model a distribution.
Dancers in Mrs. Brantley Ivey's class held their first monthly Dancer Skills Assessment and Dancer Self Assessment. After performing basic skills, dancers reviewed their performances on video and reflected on their strengths as well as areas for continued growth. This enables them to monitor their progress throughout the year and to set goals to work toward each class period. This also enables their teacher to structure activities that will focus on their desired physical outcomes.
Please see the attachment about upcoming AP testing.
Interested in trying out for this year's One Act Play? See the attached flier for more information.
Mrs. Nelson's Accelerated Algebra 2 B/Geometry class are matching equations and graphs with radical functions!
For a lab in AP Physics 1, Henry McDonald and Colin Szwarc are using a Vernier motion cart to measure position and velocity data.
6th and 8th grade students in Mrs. Singley's class working in collaborative groups on a back-to-school task designed to build and highlight strong teamwork skills.
We had a great first day at Scholars Academy! We are so glad to have students back in the building.
Parents, The Scholars Academy pick up and drop off plan is to utilize Washington Street across from the park. Students will wait on their parents on the sidewalk and cars line up to come and pick up. In case of rain, cars will be directed to pull into the back circle (off of Washington Street) to drop off and pick up. Traffic is expected to move very slowly and cautiously through the back circle. We look forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school!