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Thomasboro Grade School serves kindergarten through eighth grade with an enrollment of approximately 150 students. Thomasboro Grade School strives to help all of its students reach their maximum character, scholarship and achievement potential by fostering a nurturing, warm, and understanding environment. TGS takes advantage of its small size to give its students the individual attention necessary to meet the challenges of today and the unknown tomorrow.
Thomasboro's vision is to forge strong, positive connections with students so they can achieve an authentic sense of self, build confidence, gain academic knowledge, and acquire self-regulation skills. We are committed to cultivating a safe, welcoming, and rigorous learning environment where students feel empowered and gain a sense of belonging in the Thomasboro Family.
Thomasboro Grade School's staff, parents, and community are dedicated to helping our students strive for preparedness in life, have Respectfulness to everyone they meet, live a life of Inegrity, be Diligent in their actions, and have Empathy as a core value. It is through these values that our students will meet a high levle of success and excellence, and find PRIDE in themselves and their school. Our mission is to provide an environment where everyone is valued and respected. Positive relationships are the core of Thomasboro's success.
You Matter. Every Person. Every Day.
be Prepared- Follow directions, be on time, have all supplies for class, know your Zones and how to regulate them.
be Respectful-Be a good listener, respect yourself, allow others to be different, acknowledge other's ideas
have Integrity-Do what is right even when no one is watching, holding others accountable for their actions, own up to your own actions
be Diligent-Strive for excellence, focus on the task at hand, never give up, know that mistakes are how we learn
have Empathy-Listen to each other, understand each other's perspectives, be reflective and mindful of yourself.
When each of these are acting in unison, they create a safe environment for our students and ourselves.