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November 22, 2012 RSS feed / School

SWHS School News

Be thankful for your friends and family!

I t’s Turkey time! Our faculty and students will get out of school on Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 12 noon - Friday, Nov. 23. Everyone enjoy your holiday and be safe! Be thankful for your friends and family and show them how much you appreciate them. More...

THS School News

Make sure to count your blessings!

I t is finally here! Thanksgiving has arrived. We wish all our readers the best Thanksgiving and lots of turkey and dressing-induced naps to you. But while you’re chowing down on that turkey leg, remember what Thanksgiving is all about. More...

Lions Club announces International Peace Poster Contest winner

The Grove Hill Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest winner is Chandler Long from Grove Hill who won a $50 cash prize. From left are Mike Williamson, Long and J. W. Reeves. More...

Ramsey receives PALS award

Thomasville High School student, Nolie Ramsey, was awarded second place for her essay on litter. More...

Kindergarten students at TES celebrate Thanksgiving

The Kindergarten classes at Thomasville Elementary School made lots of Thanksgiving crafts. Anna Kate Jones, Reese Ashcraft and Victoria Sanders show off their Thanksgiving attire they made. More...

Locals attend President's Reception at Judson

Judson College student, Kaitlin Thibodeaux of Thomasville, attended the President's Reception for new students last month. More...

Howard to participate in USA Concert Honor Band

Melchizedek “Mel” Howard has been chosen to participate in the first ever University of South Alabama Concert Honor Band to take place on campus Nov. 29 – Dec. 1. More...

Dozier chosen as Rural Medical Scholar at UA

Julie Dozier of Thomasville was chosen as a 2012-13 University of Alabama Rural Medical Scholar and is currently completing a master’s degree in Community and Rural Health at UA prior to entering medical school. More...