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.
For current information regarding Advanced Placement courses and exams, please visit https://5il.co/e5mi
Chromebook pickup at each school today and tomorrow 11-1. If you can't make these times, you can come to THS today from 4:30-6PM. Both parent/guardian and student have to be present.
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.
If you requested a Chromebook for your child, please visit https://5il.co/e4t7 for more information regarding the distribution on Wednesday and Thursday.
Day 4 of Curbside lunch and breakfast pickup is rolling. Here is our group at Scott. Curbside is also available at Harper. And we have coaches from all sports and board office staff driving our "TCity Food Trucks and Cars"! For the schedule, go to http://bit.ly/TCityFoodTrucks
Every.One.Counts. Census 2020. It’s fast, easy and completely confidential. Fill out online, by mail or by phone. Census Day is April 1. www.2020census.gov
Parents/Guardians, If your students need a Chromebook, please fill out this survey. http://bit.ly/cbsurvtville
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
For those wanting lunch and grab and go breakfasts, the trucks are out on their Northside and Southside Routes.
The SAT that was scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, March 14 has been cancelled.
With the closing of school for the next two weeks, Prom will be postponed. A new date has yet to be determined.
The Thomasville High School CTAE CLNA Meeting, that was scheduled for Friday, and the College and Career Fair, that was scheduled for Monday, have both been postponed. The new dates for these events will be posted once they have been rescheduled.
Twelve students from THS toured Check-Mate Manufacturing & Blackwater Timber today as part of Project Purpose. The mission of Project Purpose is to help high school seniors find a clear path to success post-graduation. It is a local collaborative effort to close the skills gap in Thomas County. Project Purpose partners include: Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce, Thomasville-Thomas County Development Authority, City of Thomasville, SRTC, Thomasville City Schools, Thomas County Schools, Thomas County Board of Commissioners, & TiskTask.
Due to weather, ALL Athletic Events scheduled for today have been cancelled.
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.
Destiny Graham, Destiny Troutman, Malaysia Mills, and Aunjae'zha Williams recently attended the United Nations Assembly in Atlanta. They presented a resolution about reducing the amount of human trafficking in Jamaica by providing education about trafficking and job training to unschooled minors. Their resolution passed.
The AP Night that was scheduled for Monday, February 24th has been cancelled. Students will hear more about AP course offerings at the grade level meetings next week.
Our Boys Basketball Team fell to Chattooga tonight 60-66 in the Sweet 16.
We Need Your Input! CTAE is holding a Community Engagement Session to hear from YOU about what they are doing right and ways to improve in order to prepare our students to be college and career ready. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP at http://bit.ly/clnarsvp
Today’s scheduled baseball games for our middle and high school teams have been cancelled due to the field conditions from yesterday’s rain.
Our Girls lost to East Laurens, 50-41, in the first round of the Class AA girls state basketball playoffs. What a Great Season Lady Dogs! #BulldogPride
Congratulations to Our Dogs that were selected as GACA Football All State: Ronnie Baker, Payten Singletary, Ricardo Johnson, and Hurston Waldrop! View list here: https://gacacoaches.com/2019-2020-gaca-all-state-football-teams/ #BulldogPride
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.
Congrats to Our Girls and Boys Soccer Teams for their victories over Atkinson County yesterday! Girls score was 1-0 and Boys was 4-3! #BulldogPride
Congratulations to the THS Dance Team on their 3rd place finish, against 1A-7A schools, on Saturday in the area of Jazz Dance at Mill Creek High School. Congratulations to the THS Boys Basketball team on their victory over the Brooks Co. Trojans Saturday night 70-55.
Thomasville City Schools Drama Program will perform Beauty & the Beast in the MacIntyre Auditorium on Friday & Saturday, March 6 & 7 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 8 at 2:00 p.m. for a children's matinee. Tickets will be available at Scholars Academy starting February 17, 2020: $10.00 - students & $15.00 - adults.
There will be a Parent Advisory Committee Meeting on February 10th at 5:45PM. This meeting will be held at the Thomasville City Schools, 2nd Floor PL-A.
The junior varsity game scheduled against Fitzgerald tonight has been canceled. Varsity games will continue as normally scheduled with the Lady Dogs tipping off at 6 pm and the Bulldogs following at 7:30 pm. #PinkOutTheDogPound #BulldogPride
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
THS Lady Bulldogs were victorious over Berrien 64-47 to improve to 2-1 in region play. THS Bulldogs were victorious over Early County 66-45 & Berrien 57-29 to improve to 3-0 in region play. The THS 400 Free Relay Swim Team made a state cut this past weekend & swimmer Kathleen Geyer made 3 state time cuts. #BulldogPride
Due to possible severe weather Saturday, the THS vs Berrien County Basketball games have been moved up two hours. The games will be as follows: 1:00 pm- Berrien County Girls JV vs. Thomasville High School Boys JV 2:30 pm- Berrien County Boys JV vs. Thomasville High School Girls JV 4:00 pm- Berrien County Varsity Girls vs. Thomasville High School Varsity Girls 5:30 pm- Berrien County Varsity Boys vs. Thomasville High School Varsity Boys
Our Boys defeated TCC 71-51! #WeRunThisTown #BulldogPride
Our Lady Bulldogs defeat TCCHS Lady Jackets 70-44! #WeRunThisTown #BulldogPride
Our Boys also picked up the W tonight against Brooks 66-49! #RegionWin #BulldogPride
Our Girls defeated Brooks Co tonight 64-45! #RegionWin #BulldogPride
THS v. PELHAM GAME DAY UPDATE JV BOYS GAME TODAY HAS BEEN CANCELLED Varsity game schedule remains the same. Varsity girls@6:00/Varsity boys@7:30
We would like to welcome Mr. Ben Wiggins to the Thomasville City Schools Family! He was unanimously approved as the next Superintendent this morning. #BulldogPride
When we return from the break, every Thomasville City Schools student will be receiving a letter concerning a state required curriculum that will now be taught based on Erin's Law. If you would like more information on Erin's Law, please visit this site: https://5il.co/bhsf Information about the curriculum and an opt out form can be found on Our District's website and Mobile App under the "Documents" section.
On Monday, November 18, the Thomasville City Schools will have a Teacher Workday/Student Holiday.
The Thomasville City Board of Education, meeting in an official session on November 14, 2019, selected Mr. Ben Wiggins as the finalist in its search for a Superintendent of the Thomasville City School District. The Board will take official action on appointing the Superintendent following a 14 day period. Mr. Wiggins’ application may be seen at the Thomasville City Board of Education office.
Thank you to Hand On Thomas County, Ashley Homestore, Bobby Dollar Appliance Consultants, Blue Bell Creameries, Thomasville Center for the Arts, Big Oak Benefits Group, Serv Pro, Teachers Harvest, Thomas University Men's Soccer, and Flowers Foods for the Teacher Workroom Makeovers at both MacIntyre Park Middle and Scholars Academy!
Attention Band Parents and Members: Due to the approaching storm, Harris County has opted to cancel The Sound of the County Invitational marching band competition for tomorrow, Saturday October 19, 2019.
As a precautionary measure Scott Elementary, MPMS, Scholars Academy, and THS went on lockdown today at approximately 1PM. This was in response to a report that someone was possibly on foot with a weapon in the Church’s Fried Chicken area. This situation was quickly cleared up and the lockdown was lifted at approximately 1:15PM.
Congratulations to the Thomasville High School Lady Bulldog Softball Team on completing a season sweep of region foe Fitzgerald on Monday night. The Lady Dogs defeated the Lady Hurricanes 7-3. Congratulations to the Thomasville High School Lady Bulldog Volleyball Team on defeating the Colquitt County Packer 2 sets-1.
Congrats to the Volleyball Team for their win today and claiming The Region Championship! #BulldogPride #BackToBack
On Monday, September 16th, Thomasville City Schools will observe a Student Holiday and Staff Professional Learning Day.
Please join us Friday night as we "GOLD OUT" for Childhood Cancer Awareness! Students will be "Country Theme"! #BulldogPride
Thomasville City Schools' very own Winston Cornish is a Youth Art Exhibitor at Thomasville Center for the Arts BUGOUT Festival! Come check it out this Friday at The Bottom Creative District! Read more: https://thomasvillearts.org/2019/08/02/3766/
Thomasville High School Marching Band is hosting the 2019 Marching Band Jamboree on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 4:00 p.m., and they are currently looking for sponsors. Please see the flyer shown below for more information. Tickets for the event can be purchased from band members for $10.00 each.
Lady Dogs win over Early Co 12-0! Way to go Ladies!!! 🥎🐶❤️ #thssoftball #thisisregion #dogsontop #wearethomasville #bulldogpride
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
Don't forget about the Superintendent Search Community Forum TOMORROW at 6PM at the MPMS Auditorium.
The Thomasville City Schools Board of Education upcoming meetings: • TCS Combined Athletic/Facilities Committee Meeting Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 8:15 AM • TCS Called Board Meeting Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 9:15 AM The TCS Meetings will be held at the Thomasville City Schools Board Office, 404 N. Broad Street, Floor 3, Board Meeting Room.
Football Reserved Season Ticket Holders: Friday is the last day to pick up your Reserved Season Tickets. They will go on sale to the public beginning Monday. #BulldogPride
Today, the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine(PCOM) South Georgia was held. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp addressed attendees as the first four-year medical school in Southwest Georgia opened its doors. Thomasville High School JROTC color guard, under the direction of Master Sergeant Chad Smith, presented the colors for this historical event.
Thomasville City Schools is proud to announce the start of its Student Advisory Council. The Student Advisory Council will consist of students in Grades 7 - 12. They will collaborate with school board members and give input regarding decision making, structuring of policies, and implementation processes. Applications are currently available at the front offices of MPMS, SA, THS, and Board Office. The deadline for applications to be submitted is Sept. 6th. Please contact Mrs. Tina McBride if you have any questions.
Congratulations to the 2019 Baseball Team for being awarded the ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
The Thomasville City Schools Board of Education will meet in called session on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 8:15 AM, Thomasville City Schools Board Office, 404 N. Broad Street, Floor 3, Board Meeting Room. This meeting is open to the public.
The Thomasville City Schools Board of Education will meet Tuesday, July 9, 2019, 8:15 AM at Thomasville City Schools Board Office, 404 N. Broad Street, Floor 3, Board Meeting Room. The Finance/School Improvement Committee Meeting is open to the public.
Thomasville City Schools BARK Summer reading program for 1st-5th grade students, June 3-27th. Applications are available at your school's front desk or you can complete the application online through found on the school system website. www.tcitys.org
Due to the anticipated severe weather, classes for the Thomasville City Schools are cancelled for tomorrow, Friday April 19. Bulldog Nation, please stay safe. Thank you.
Message from the Thomasville City Schools: Tomorrow, all 6th-12th graders will be taking the School Wellness Assessment. The online screening is a proactive response to the increasing violence being seen on school campuses across the US. Everyone will be given time to type in any additional information they are aware of which may present a safety risk to the school, another student or themselves. Results will be confidential and accessed only by the school counselor and administration. Parents or Guardians will be notified if a student scores high-risk within one or more of the specified categories and a listing of online resources and local resources will be provided to you. If you have not received the consent form, please check the school website and complete the form and send back with your student. We appreciate your support in this as the Thomasville City Schools becomes a leader against school violence.
This is just a reminder that Thomasville City Schools is hosting a Community Engagement Session tonight at Thomasville High School beginning at 6 PM. We want to hear from our stakeholders on the future of the school district before the plan is developed.
The Thomasville City Schools wants to remind you that tomorrow, Friday, Feb 15 is a normal school day. And Monday, Feb 18th is Presidents Day Holiday. All schools will be closed.
Monthly Board Meeting tonight at 5pm.
Monday, November 12 is a Student Holiday for Thomasville City Schools students.
Thomasville Utilities has informed us that the routes to school will be cleared by Monday. We look forward to seeing each of our students on Monday.
Thomasville City Schools makes student safety our priority. We realize that school being out has been an inconvenience to families and apologize. The routes to school cannot yet be declared as safe due to the focus on restoring power. For this reason, schools will remain closed for students through Thursday. A decision about school on Friday will be made as soon as possible. Report Cards will also be pushed back until Friday, October 26. Thank you
Due to safety concerns with routes to school, the Thomasville City Schools will be closed for students until further notice. Please watch for announcements and alerts from the district concerning when schools will be open.
We are hopeful that the entire TCS family is safe. As of this morning, there were still schools without power. Thomasville Utilities are working hard to restore power and should have power to all schools by the end of the weekend. We will make a decision about Monday, teacher workday/student holiday, and Tuesday as soon as possible and communicate the decision.
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