Ms. Dill’s kindergarten class performs a steady beat while singing “Rain Rain Go Away,” their first xylophone experience!
Students in Ms. Wright’s 1st grade homeroom perform an arrangement of Monkey Moo using items from our district’s stART grant.
Ms. Webb’s 1st grade homeroom preps for their first world drumming experience by exploring on drums. These beautiful tubano drums were made possible by a generous grant from Jefferson Energy!
Thomson High School students in Career Technical Instruction classes received their first paychecks this week! Students are learning various work related skills working at the school concession stand, McDuffie Animal Hospital, Kent’s Drive-In and Manna.
Thomson-McDuffie Middle School band students, under the direction of Michael Santiago, learn to play “Variations on a Korean Folk Song” by composer John Barnes Chance.
Honors chemistry students in Dr. Dinkins’s first period conduct flame tests to study light emission from elements after electrons absorb and release energy. In this video, students are observing the crimson color produced by strontium ions. Students collect data to later identify unknowns and relate the colors seen to the movement of electrons between energy […]
Ms. Newsome’s 3rd grade was thrilled when their homeroom teacher came to music to dance the “Alabama Gal” American folk dance with them!
Students are learning sight words and meet in small group to practice tracking and reading simple books with the new reading skills we have been “baking.” Way to go, Pre-K!
We are learning to folk dance in 2nd grade! A longways set folk dance is tricky, but Mrs. Shaffer’s class is getting there!