Thomasville High School's football team will send eight players to different all-star games. Jeremiah Powell will compete at the Rising Seniors game in Macon and Grant Conger will be at the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association South Football Classic on December 28. Additionally, six players will play in different games at the Georgia Elite Classic at McEachern High School in Powder Spring on December 28: Quarterback J. T. Rice and senior running back Trey Tillman will play in the seniors game while defensive back Karey Lee and defensive lineman Marc Davis will play in the juniors game and defensive lineman Payten Singletary and receiver Kevin Cochran will compete in the sophomore event. Head Coach Zach Grage will coach wide receivers at the GACA game and defensive coordinator Sherard Reynolds will be at the Georgia Elite Classic.
Quoted Directly from an article in the Times Enteprise written by Jordan Barela.
Thomasville High School students are giving back this holiday season. Two THS groups — student government association and the newly-formed leadership class — are conducting numerous events in an effort to give back to the local community.
"We're doing a DFCS Christmas," said Jared Robinson, a student in the leadership class, adding the event is aimed at providing Christmas to children less fortunate. Robinson said events helping out the community are key because the leadership class wants "to show them (the community) we actually care and we're not just a school."
Reggie Perry, also in the leadership class, said he and his peers want to reach out to the community and give back to others.
Alexa Hernandez, senior class president, said the student governmental body adopted an 8-year-old for the holiday season.
"Some of the things on her list were really eye-opening," Hernandez said, also noting the young girl wanted basic necessities.
Back in November, SGA members took part in serving Thanksgiving meals at Rescue Mission and conducted a canned goods drive at Second Harvest. SGA members helped prepare and give out over 100 meals.
The Thomasville High SGA formulated a campaign to give back to the community for the holiday season. Future events include volunteering at Victorian Christmas, hosting a THS staff appreciation week, and Shop with a Cop. Janet Cable, a THS social studies teacher, oversees SGA and the leadership class. Cable said the giving back notion is a way to get the students involved in the community and is a "component of a social education." "I like to create opportunities for students to do that," Cable added.
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THOMASVILLE, GA - From WALB
A group of Thomasville High School students is putting on the school's first ever Color Run in hopes of building student relationships within the community. The run is sponsored by the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Club. If you want to join in on the fun, the Color Run will be held on Saturday, November 18, starting at 9 a.m.
Students hope that the run will help create awareness for healthy, positive living and raise funds for the program at the schools. "PBIS has made a difference in how I think of school and has made a difference in our school because we actually get help," said senior Ronald Mickens. "For our community and Thomasville High School, it brings everyone and THS together as one," said senior Jared Robinson.
Organizers said participants can sign up ahead of time or on site. The 'My School Color Run' is an untimed fun run/walk featuring a 5k. Throughout the course participants will experience color splash zones where they'll be doused in color and end with a final color toss celebration.
Check-in will start at 9:00 a.m. and the race will start at 10:00 a.m. Registration includes a race bib, color packet, and t-shirt. You can pick up your items at the registration table the day of the event. Paper registration forms are available upon request.
On Saturday, November 11th, 19 NHS members participated in a group service project through Hands On Thomas County's Family Volunteer Day at Legacy Village! From 9:30AM-12:30PM these students visited with residents, designed Veteran's Day cards, created Thanksgiving door hangers, played board games and BINGO, made jewelry, and shared their smiles and laughter! A wonderful time was had by all, and NHS members look forward to visiting with the residents of Legacy Village again very soon!
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