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Homecoming Spirit Week - September 18 22

Winning may be Greek to you, but for us, its tradition!


Parade: Thursday, 9/21 begins @ 6:30
Game: Friday, 9/22 @ Brodie Field
Homecoming Dance: Saturday, 9/23 @ TCHS

Wednesday 9/20: Dapper (Fancy) or Holiday


(Dress like a million dollars: top hats, canes, white
gloves, or dress in a way that reflects your favorite
holiday: a turkey, Santa, leprechaun, cupid! You get
the idea.)

Thursday 9/21: Uniform Day or Decade Day


(Wear a school uniform or a uniform that denotes
your favorite profession: police officer, doctor, fire
fighter or make it a throwback Thursday!)

Friday 9/22: Show off your Blue Devil Spirit!

Because of Hurricane Irma, our students have missed at least


three days of classroom time. We are planning for our students
to make up one of those days to keep them from being too far
behind. Tuesday, October 10, was originally scheduled to be a
parent/teacher conference day. Instead, teachers will meet with parents
before/after normal school hours for conferences so that students can be in
school on October 10. All students and staff will still have Fall Break on October
9, but October 10 will now be a full instructional day for students.

TCHS Peer-Tutoring Program The TCHS Peer-Tutoring Program


is designed to provide tutoring opportunities for students who
are experiencing difficulties in the areas of Math, Science,
CTAE, Foreign Language and Social Studies. Peer-Tutoring
Sessions will be conducted Monday-Thursday from 3:15 PM to
3:45 PM in the Career Center in the guidance office. Please contact your
school counselor if you are interested in setting up tutoring sessions or
becoming a peer-tutor. Students requesting services would need to do so a
few days in advance due to scheduling procedures. Students providing
tutoring services will earn community service hours.
9/22 FFA Pork Chop plate tickets - $8 see any FFA member or
advisor; pick up plates on Thurs, 10/12

Tues, 9/19 - VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT AG MUSEUM -


Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College's Georgia Museum of
Agriculture is holding an information session about volunteer
opportunities at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the museum atrium.
"Volunteering is very flexible," said Lynn McDonald, volunteer
coordinator at the ag museum. "You might be helping out in the
Historic Village or assisting with one of our many festivals.
Whether you have two hours on a weekday or maybe even one day a month,
we can work with your schedule." McDonald said benefits for volunteers include
free admission and the ability to earn tickets for friends and family. "On a
typical day in the village, you could be sharing the beauty of the Tift House, the
wonder of the farm or the treats of the Drug Store. On other days you could be
playing games of the 1880s, treating guests to open fire cooking or sharing
customs of the past," McDonald said. "Volunteers are also needed in our
Destination Ag program which seeks to educate elementary school children
about how agriculture impacts their lives today and the future of agriculture
and natural resources. As a volunteer, you might be sharing about your
individual skills or serve as a safety monitor for free play time." Interested
volunteers may contact McDonald before the meeting dates at
lmcdonald@abac.edu or at 229-391-5223.

Charging stations for Chromebooks are set up in the Commons and in


the media center.

For Chromebook help - Go to the TCHS web page choose Resources


choose 1:1 Chromebook Initiative

PBIS Students with spotless attendance and NO tardies at the end


of the first 9 weeks will have a chance to enter a drawing for one of
two prizes. The Elite 8 students will ride in a limousine to
Olive Garden OR the Top 22 students will ride the Yellow
Cheese to Zaxbys for lunch in the month of October. Be Here and Be
On Time to have a chance for this prize.

Upcoming College Visits:


Wed, 9/20 GA Southwestern
Tues, 9/26 University of GA Please pre-register in the Guidance
Office if interested in meeting with the UGA Admissions Counselor.
The PBIS/School Store is now open M-F, 7:15 4:00 in the Media Center

Fee waivers for SAT or ACT are available in the Guidance Office.

Tues, 9/19 UGA ShowCAES 2017 5:30 at the UGA Tifton


Campus Conference Center. Come learn more about the
University of Georgia College of Agricultural and
Environmental Sciences at one of our South GA
information events! All 10th 12th graders and college transfer students are
invited and there is no cost to attend. Pre-registration is preferred as a meal will
be provided to all attendees. Parents are welcome. *Explore the programs
offered at CAES *Learn about admissions to UGA * Find out how to get financial
aid *Meet faculty, staff and current students. Click on the following link to learn
more and pre-register:
http://students.caes.uga.edu/news/announcements/2017/fall/showCAES.html

Tues, 9/19 Grade level parent meeting sponsored by TCHS Guidance. Counselors
will provide an overview of important grade level information such as grade level
checklists, upcoming dates, applying to college, SAT/ACT and college financial aid.
10th grade 5:30 PAC presentation by Mrs. Parker
11th grade 6:00 Media Center presentation by Mrs. Devereaux
12th grade 6:30 Commons presentation by Mr. Guzman

***DEADLINE EXTENDED*** Fri, 9/22 PSAT Registration


deadline There are 50 spots still available for sophomores
and juniors. Spots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.
The PSAT will be given at TCHS on Wednesday, Oct 11. ALL
sophomores who are in the 10th grade for the first time this year will take the
PSAT FREE of charge. BUT, they must sign up in the Guidance office if they are
interested. All sophomores are not required to take the PSAT. Juniors who wish
to take the PSAT to compete for National Merit and National Achievement
Scholarships must pay $15 to take the test. Juniors must sign up in the Guidance
office.

Fri, 9/22 ACT registration deadline for 10/28 testing date

Fri, 9/22 PBIS Drawing at HC Pep Rally Students should go to the Media
Center to turn in Devil Dollars. Students can turn in DDs through 3rd lunch on
Friday. There will be 9 winners and the prizes are:
4 winners - $50 restaurant gift card
4 winners Homecoming Dance ticket and Homecoming t-shirt
1 winner Homecoming Picture Pkg (A) worth $50 from BPI
Tues, 9/26 Local School Governance Team mtg Data Rm 4:00

Wed, 9/27 SAT LATE REGISTRATION for 10/7 test date

Wed, 9/27 Application Deadline for Auditions for PBIS Variety


Show. Applications must be turned in to Ms. Adcock (RM 116)
by the end of the day or acts will not be allowed to audition.
Applications available in the Media Center.

Wed, 9/27 Underclassmen Make-up Picture Day

Thurs, 9/28 Auditions for PBIS Variety Show; after school in PAC

Sat, 9/30 - 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Fulwood Park in Tifton; Free Admission


Traditional foods, nonstop performances from The Howard Center
Stage, Street Dance with Quique Fuentes from Atlanta Radio Rumba
& non-stop singers from BB&T stage (south side of park); Children's
Area with rides and face painting; Arts, Educational and Health Exhibits

Tues, 10/3 Financial Aid Night (FAFSA/HOPE) PAC @ 5:30

Fri, 10/6 PBIS Variety Show see Ms. Adcock (RM 116) for a
registration packet.

Thurs, 10/26 Flu shots will be given at TCHS. More information will be
shared as the date approaches.

Club News:

Every Mon Chess Club RM 201; 3:15 4:00.


Every Mon French Club meet after school in RM 216

Every Tues FCA, 7:30 in ROTC RM 924/926 in the gym. You may enter
the gym through the side student parking lot doors nearest the ROTC
classroom. You do not have to be an athlete to join and the club is
FREE! Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you there!

Every Tues Math Club RM 208; 3:20 4:00 Bring your chromebook!
Every Wed Math Club RM 208; 7:20 AM Bring your chromebook!

Every Wed Spanish Club RM 302; 3:15 3:45

Every Wed Debate Team meet in RM 112 (Ms. Keen). Debate team dues are
$25.

If you would like to join FBLA, pay your $15 dues to any business
teacher in RM 306, 310 or 312.

Beta Club Dues: $20 must be submitted by Oct 6

FBLA Fundraiser Stop by RM 312 to pick up an order form/magazine if you did


not make it to the meeting. Orders and money are due Wed, 9/27.

Key Club applications are available in RM 104 (Mrs. Scott)

Need Volunteer hours? Contact Elaina Brechbiel, Director, at Miracle Meadows


Stables, 30 Riverview Way, Tifton, 229.392.4185
miraclemeadowsstables@gmail.com See Mrs. Christi Fletcher in RM 310 for
more information.

Fri, 9/22 DEADLINE to REGISTER for Fri, 10/6 SkillsUSA Champions Rally/GA
National Fair. Depart from school 8:00 am Return to school 4:30. REGISTRATION
FEE: $15 (REQUIRED); t-shirt $8 (REQUIRED); arm band $20 (OPTIONAL)

Sports News:

All games from Tues, 9/12 have been moved to Mon, 9/25 with the same game
times. Volleyball region tournament in Camden Saturday has been cancelled
and may possibly not be rescheduled at all.

The Fishing Team had 4 boats finish in the Top 50 at Lake Sinclair on Fri, 9/15.

Tues/Wed, 9/19 & 20: No athletic events scheduled


Thurs, 9/21:
Softball (V) Camden Co (DH & Senior Night) 4:00pm & 6:00pm
Football (9th) Colquitt Co @ home 4:30pm
Football (JV) @ Colquitt Co - TBA

Fri, 9/22:
Softball DH vs Camden @ TCHS softball field 4:00

Sat, 9/23:
Cross Country Deerfield-Windsor 9:00am

Mon, 9/25:
Volleyball (JV/V) - @ HOME playing Valdosta and Valwood; 4:30/6:30

Tues, 9/26:
Volleyball (JV/V) - @ HOME playing Ware Co; 4:30/5:30