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Toombs Plans "Party at the Pit"
Friday, 09 August 2013

August 9--  Students in the Toombs County school system start the new school year Friday, August 16.  The following Friday, Toombs County High School is hosting a "Party at the Pit" in Lyons, according to Principal Dr. Tosha Middlebrooks.

Image"As principal of Toombs County High School for the 2013-2014 school year, my chief priority is ensuring that all students have a positive climate in which to learn. At TCHS, 'The Bark is On' as we are focusing on academics, athletics, and an active community. As such, the administrative team continues to develop and support initiatives which will support our students and combine all stakeholders as we strive for continual improvement.

"As such, the administration and athletic department of Toombs County High School, along with the Toombs County All Sports Booster Club, extends an invitation to the community attend Party at the Pit on Friday, August 23 at 6:30 PM. This event gives the community an opportunity to meet the football players, cheerleaders, and Redcoat  band members as TCHS kicks off Bulldog football season with plenty of school spirit.

"In order to combine athletics, academics, and an active community, Toombs County High School has made plans to Pile the Pit. We are asking parents, students, teachers, and community members are invited to bring school supplies to fill the buckets as we pile the pit in conjunction with Party at the Pit. Individuals who donate supplies will be given the opportunity to win an All-Sports Season Pass from the Toombs County Booster Club.

Toombs County football players and cheerleaders will be on hand to personally thank the community as we work together to invest in our students by providing school supplies for the upcoming school year. Suggested supplies include: flash drives, three inch three ring binders, loose leaf paper, subject dividers, pencils, pens, highlighters, markers, colored pencils, post-its, graphing calculator, graphing paper, copy paper, construction paper, toner, glue, rubber cement, any art supplies, and back packs.

Toombs County High School is also excited to welcome new staff members to our school for the upcoming year. Dr. Jennifer Irvin will be serving as Assistant Principal. Additional new staff members include Bradley Benton, Paul Baldy, Sherrie Bowen, Karen Braddy, Pamela Calloway, Adam Hightower, Miranda Kight, Schlonda Phillips, David Purvis, Kyle Redmond, Deborah Fountain, and Shorn Furse. The addition of these individuals will provide many more opportunities to enrich the educational experiences of the students at TCHS.

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