At THS we LOVE lab day! Students participated in 2 different labs: 1- Observing Inertia in Action: Students observed inertia in action by rolling carts with an object unsecured, then again secured to determine if their "seatbelts" benefited the occupant of their car. 2- The Force of Gravity: Students observed falling objects to determine if the mass influenced the velocity.
High Schoolers, 20-21 Yearbooks are currently on sale. The link below will take you to the website to complete your purchase. https://www.jostens.com/.../202007240417460.../CATALOG_SHOP/
AP Students, Please remember that the deadline to cancel an AP exam order is this Friday by 3:00 PM. To cancel an exam order, please email Mr. Williams at: firstname.lastname@example.org
High School students that signed up to take the ACT on March 2nd, please check your student emails to find your testing location. The test will begin promptly at 8:00am on Tuesday, please arrive no later than 7:50am.
With a 71-56 win on Wednesday, Our Dogs move on to Round 2 TONIGHT @ 7 PM! Wear a Mask and come Cheer Them on! #BulldogPride #Round2
📣Need Friday Night Plans...Bulldog Nation, there are two opportunities to watch Our Dogs play at HOME TONIGHT! If soccer️⚽️ is your game, we have a Region Matchup vs Fitz! And if it's baseball⚾️, we have SENIOR NIGHT vs Cairo! #BulldogPride
Our Bulldogs tip off tonight at 7 PM at HOME in the 1st Round of the State Playoffs. Cost of admission is $7 for everyone! #BulldogPride
Two Region Matchups this week at The Vet! #BulldogPride
Haywood named MNW Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year THOMASVILLE – Selected among four outstanding youth, Ka’Mya Haywood has been named the Youth of the Year by Marguerite Neel Williams Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Georgia. The Youth of the Year title is a prestigious honor bestowed upon an exemplary young person in recognition of leadership, service, academic excellence and dedication to living a healthy lifestyle. Now in its 74th year, the Youth of the Year program honors our nation’s most awe-inspiring young people on their path to great futures and encourages all kids to lead, succeed and inspire. Haywood will go on to vie for the Georgia Youth of the Year title and a college scholarship from Boys & Girls Clubs of America. “Ka’Mya is truly deserving of this Youth of the Year title. She exemplifies every characteristic of a true Boys & Girls Clubs Club member,” said Saundra Austin, director of the Teen Center at MNW Boys & Girls Clubs. Haywood is a junior at Thomasville High School and is a member of The National Honor Society. She is active in extracurricular activities year-round such as cheerleading, participates in the Concert Band, and volunteers for both Hands On Thomas County and MLK Jr. Day of Service. Haywood has been a member of MNW Boys & Girls Clubs for nine years and continues to participate in many nationally recognized BGCA Clubs. Haywood is a member of the Thomasville Youth Leadership Council, where she is responsible to plan & implement Teen Community Health Projects related to Teen Pregnancy & HIV-AIDS Prevention. She also serves as Vice President for the Unity Keystone Club. Haywood has twice been employed at MNW Boys & Girls Clubs during the summer months through the Youth Employment Program. Haywood was nominated to be the very first teenager to serve on the MNW Boys & Girls Clubs’ Board of Directors. Post high school, she plans to attend Fort Valley State University or Middle Georgia, majoring in either criminal justice or social work. Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Youth of the Year recognition program is presented by Disney, who has supported the youth advocacy organization for more than 50 years, empowering young people to reach their full potential and providing youth with access to the tools they need to build the great futures they imagine. Toyota, the Signature Sponsor of Youth of the Year, is dedicated to inspiring the next generations of engineers, thinkers and leaders who will help drive the American economy. If Haywood wins at the state competition, she will compete for the title of Southeast Region Youth of the Year and an additional $10,000 college scholarship, renewable for four years up to $40,000. Five regional winners will advance to Washington, D.C., to compete for the title of Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Youth of the Year. The National Youth of the Year will receive an additional scholarship of $25,000, renewable each year up to $100,000 and will have the opportunity to meet with the President of the United States in the White House. For more information about the Youth of the Year program, visit www.youthoftheyear.org. Article from Thomasville Times Enterprise, 2/15/2021
Our Lady Bulldogs tip off tonight at 6 PM at HOME in the 1st Round of the State Playoffs. Cost of admission is $7 for everyone! #BulldogPride
Extracting DNA from strawberries in Ms. Richardson's Biology class.
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I want want to commend the THS JROTC on their Flag Retirement Ceremony this morning. It was a well orchestrated and meaningful ceremony to honor the Red White and Blue! JROTC serves us and our community well!! #bulldogpride -THS/SA Principal, Brian Beaty
THS/SA Credit Repair Sign Up Academic classes are the only classes that can be taken during this time. Credit Repair - Dates are Monday, February 8th to Friday, February 19th. Monday - Friday. 3:30 PM - 5:00PM Deadline: Response is due Friday, February 5th at 3:30 Students can only take 2 credit repair classes. Students can either complete this work online at home or come to THS in the allotted time. Students MUST adhere to the following stipulations if taking a course in credit repair. 1. Students must log-in every instructional day during this time. 2. Students are expected to uphold academic honesty during this time. If a student is caught not being academically honest, they will be removed from the program with no further grade improvement opportunity. 3. Under no circumstances will extra time be given past the appointed deadlines. 4. Students must have reliable internet access for the class to be completed if they are not on campus. 5. The original failing grade can only be raised to a maximum of 70 through Credit Repair. Any violations of these rules could result in the removal of the program. Courses Offered: English Language Arts Science 9th Grade Literature/Composition Physical Science 10th Grade Literature/Composition Biology (EOC) American Literature/Composition (EOC) Physics English Literature/Composition Chemistry Environmental Science Math Social Studies Algebra American Government Geometry (EOC) U.S. History (EOC) Algebra II Economics Pre-Calculus World History Math of Finance Foreign Langauge: Spanish I, II, and III Deadline to sign up is this FRIDAY, February 5th. Please use the link below to sign up: https://forms.gle/Zpm8Tq7GHrRJpkxC7
SPORTS UPDATE: High School Track practice is canceled for today (1/28) due to the excess water on the track.
Students in Mrs. McDonald's Environmental Science class built windmills and collected data on their different designs.
Thomasville High's ROTC visited Scott Elementary to demonstrate proper flag folding and gave a rifle demonstration to the 5th grade Flag Team.
Schedule Update: High school track practice for today has been cancelled (1/27).
Some changes to Bulldog Activities this weekend. One Act will compete in Region on Friday at 9am in Sylvester. And only the Boys Basketball Team will be playing Friday and Saturday at 6pm. As well as only the Boys JV Team on Saturday at 12PM. #BulldogPride