Jared Daniel, Peyton Miller, Thomas Butler, and the THS AFJROTC cadets dedicated a new flag at Thomasville City Scholars Academy at an early morning ceremony. Miller read the poem, "Old Glory," and THS trumpet player, Samuel Watts played "To the Colors" while members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes looked on. Also in attendance were Lt. Col. Stann McLeod, M. Sgt. Chad Smith, and Scholars Academy Director Dr. Dale Graham. The flag was provided by Woodmen of the World representative Judy Lane.
Thomasville High School will be hosting a Science Family Fun Night March 21, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Parents can take part in a science experiment, one in which the students perform in class. After the experiment Ms. Scruggs will have an End-of-Course Test Prep for our students that are taking Physical Science.
What does it take for your child to be part of the Move On When Ready Program offered at Thomasville High School? Come find out January 10, 2017 at 4:00 PM and 5:30 PM in the THS Media Center. We will also have a guest speaker from the Georiga Outreach Program to speak about the FAFSA regulations. She will also be able to assist you in filling out the FAFSA application. Please bring your W-2 Forms if you believe you need assistance.
The overall purpose of an advisory committee is to assist with the design, development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of a specified Career, Technology and Agricultural Education program. It is the hope that through these advisory committees and the collaboration that ensues, THS will be able to better prepare its students for the world of work.
For this particular event, Mrs. Prothro’s third year students had to create an original prototype food, have community members test their product, tweak their recipes if necessary, and develop a product package and marketing strategy for their Food Innovations project. Advisory committee members from Wiregrass Technical College, McDonald’s, Thomas County Health Department, and Thomasville High School critiqued the students’ oral presentations, their packaging, and the looks, smell, and taste of the food.
The cheeseburger bacon bomb, created by junior Kevon Shy, and seniors Elijah Gilbert and Aleah Wagner, received top honors. The group thought it would be fun to create a burger than can be eaten one-handed. The result was a delicious combination of hamburger meat, bacon, cheese, barbecue sauce, fresh jalapenos, onions, ketchup, and mustard, wrapped into a biscuit ball.
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