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Homecoming Spirit Week Sept. 27-Oct. 1

Principal's Message

Welcome to Thomson High School for the 2021-22 school year.  As many of you know, I am a member of the Thomson High School Class of 1988.  When I think about all of the people who I went to school with, I feel a kinship with them because Thomson High School helped to rear us.  We have a shared experience of football Friday nights, pep rallies, basketball games, the creaky wood floors at the old school, school dances, and the teachers who had seemingly been teachers since the beginning of time.  Most of us have fond memories of who we were back then and are proud Thomson Bulldogs. 
 
The teachers and administrators at THS are working hard to continue that proud tradition.  We have spent the better part of last year developing strategies to improve instruction.  Additionally, we are all working hard to instill the spirit of THS into the students who are enrolled here.
 
It is our ongoing goal to give the students of THS the best education we can possibly give them. In order to achieve this goal, we will need the entire community’s support. I am looking forward to another great year!  Go Dogs!
 
Sincerely,
Trevor Roberson

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Fall Break

There will be no classes Thursday, Oct. 7 and Friday, Oct. 8, for students. Enjoy your Fall Break! Classes will resume as normal Monday, Oct. 11.

Homecoming Spirit Week

Homecoming Spirit Week will be held Monday, Sept. 27-Friday, Oct. 1. Students are encouraged to participate each day to earn points for their grade. The dress up themes are:
Monday--Class Colors (Seniors-red; Juniors-blue; Sophomores-yellow; and Freshmen-green)

Tuesday--The Golden Years

Wednesday--Going 4 Gold

Thursday--Oldies but Goldies

Friday--Gold Rush

School News

Homework Help and Live Virtual Tutoring

FEV Tutoring
The McDuffie County School System has partnered with FEV Tutor to offer live homework help and virtual tutoring through a chat- and whiteboard-based application.

McDuffie County Gifted and Talented Program

What is the difference between a bright child and a gifted learner? Do you think your child may be gifted? The linked information can provide additional information about the McDuffie County Gifted and Talented Program.

Meningitis Booster Vaccine Required for 11th Grade in 2021-2022

Meningitis Booster Vaccine Required for 11th Grade in 2021-2022 Featured Photo
Effective July 1, 2021, children 16 years of age and older, who are entering the 11th grade (including new entrants), must have received one booster dose of the meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4), unless their initial dose was administered on or after their 16th birthday.

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Fan Day 2019
Care packages for veterans
Fans in stands