Parents of 9th-12th graders at Thomasville High School you are invited to our IXL Math Night February 27, 2018. We will begin in the Media Center at 6:00 PM then break into groups depending on your child's teacher.
IXL is the world's most popular subscription learning site for K-12. The site provides unlimited practice in math, language arts,science,social studies and Spanish. The students are motivated to compete with their peers while mastering the skills. This learning tool is comprehensive, trusted by educators and parents and has the capability to be personalized for your child's learning experience.
Come join us for some Math fun and see what is happening in our Math classes.
Thomasville's coaching staff poses with football players that signed letters of intent on Wednesday. Seated from left to right: Quinton Jones, JT Rice, Kevon Shy, Trey Tillman and Jadiah Diggs.
THOMASVILLE — For Thomasville football's senior class, the last couple of years have been a whirlwind. Over two seasons, the class of 2018 saw a 1-9 nightmare become a 12-1 dream. On Wednesday, their individual aspirations became the focus, with J.T. Rice, Quinton Jones, Kevon Shy, Trey Tillman and Jadiah Diggs all signing their letters of intent to continue playing football at the next level.
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The Thomasville High School varsity swim team competed this past weekend in the GHSA state meet at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia. Preston Page competed in the 500 yard freestyle event on Friday and qualified for state finals. Going into finals, he was seated in 29th Place. Kathleen Geyer competed in the 100 yard freestyle event on Friday. She qualified for finals on Saturday in this event seated in 27th place. The 200 yard freestyle relay team, composed of Preston Page, Tyler Blanton, Jason Stockstill, and Max White, also, competed in the GHSA State Swim Meet. Congratulations to the student-athletes and coaches for representing Thomasville High School proudly and for their hard work!
Pictured from left to right: Grace Herrin, Kaitlyn Kasper, Hannah Fromkin, Tyler Blanton, Max White, John Carpenter, Jason Stockstill, Preston Page, Kathleen Geyer, Claudia White, Zaria Meeks. Not pictured: John West and Aubrey Sawyer.
Mrs. Hawthorne held a junior and senior parent symposium on January 22 at 6 p.m. after being inspired by a parent during a conference to demonstrate for other parents what she did for that parent, so that is exactly what she did Monday night. The night began with parents looking at sample projects and looking through novels their child would be doing and reading throughout the remainder of the school year. Parents were then given a tour of Mrs. Hawthorne's extensive webpage, with Mrs. Hawthorne pointing out all of the parent and student resources available to help parents feel more informed about what is happening in Mrs. Hawthorne's classes throughout the each nine weeks. Parents were shown class calendars, curriculum maps, where on her webpage parents could email Mrs. Hawthorne, scholarship information, test prep information, as well as where they could locate nearly 90 percent of all the materials used in class and over 95 percent of all of the reading materials on audiobook format and in pdf, thus taking away the "I can't find/lost my book, reading guide, or handout" excuse. The night ended with Mrs. Hawthorne teaching a poetry lesson over We Wear the Mask by Paul Lawrence Dunbar for the junior parents and The Passionate Shepherd and The Nymph's Reply for the senior parents, with the parents serving as Mrs. Hawthorne's students. All were fully engaged in the lesson and some were even answering the teacher's questions. Clearly, the evening was a success as at the end of the night, Mrs. Hawthorne receiving a rousing ovation and numerous parents approached her afterward to express their appreciation for both her efforts in the classroom and for holding the symposium for them.
Reggie Perry has been selected as a McDonald's All-American. Reggie was one of 23 finalist from a field of 700 male and female athletes from across the nation. In March, Reggie will travel to Atlanta to compete in the McDonald's All American game at Phillips Arena.
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