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November 17-- Georgia Apply to College Day was held at Toombs County High School

collegeapsThis was an exciting opportunity in which over 100 Seniors completed an application to a College/University or Technical College during the Apply to College Day event. These Seniors have completed the first step toward beginning their post-secondary goals.

TCHS staff were also able to represent as Alumni of colleges from which they graduated. 





Toombs County High School Chapter of Technology Student Association) in partnership with Ohoopee Regional Library hosted the first meeting of F.L.A.M.E.S (Females Learning the Application of Math Engineering and Science), a group created for girls to enhance, enrich and expand their interest in science, technology, engineering and math through various hands-on activities and experiments.

F.L.A.M.E.S. events are open to all girls in the 3rd – 5th grades.

stemBack: Attallaka Harris-Williams, (coordinator/ TSA Advisor) Margarita Busto Gonzalez, Matthew Stembridge and Cameron Asbell (not pictured)

Front: Khloe Smith, Jean Peterson, McKenna Gardisser and Sophia Tillman






Toombs Central Elementary October Student of the Month

We are all smiles for our October Student of the Month!

TCESSTUDENTSBack Row: Alejandro Tinoco (Fifth Grade), Jisel Delgado (Third Grade), and Jose Osorio (Fourth Grade) Front Row: Jovany Tinoco (Kindergarten), Aireonna Bessent (Pre-K), Yunuen Ramirez (First Grade), and Josie Morris (Second Grade). Congratulations students on a job well done!










petersonDermatologist Letty Peterson donated money to purchase t-shirts for students in Camp Bulldog, a community based instruction and transition program at Toombs County High School.

Partners like Dr. Peterson allow students to learn valuable information in the community that will assist them with independent living and life skills. 

Pictured left to right are:  Brandon Walker, Speech Therapist, Charles Freeman, Dr. Peterson, Keshon Toby, and Tanner Roberts.