• CTAE/Electives Fair shows what THS offers
By Wayne Parham

Ladarius Evans talks to younger students about what they can learn in construction classes. Shown with Evans are Harrison Reed, left, and David Wells. Photo by Wayne Parham.

Approximately 600 students visited Thomson High School’s CTAE/Electives Fair earlier this week to gain awareness of unique learning activities.
From a band and auxillary exhibit as they entered the door Tuesday to health sciences program information at the far end of the new gym, students were shown what Thomson High School has to offer. Other classes with exhibits included the Naval JROTC, automotive, construction, agriculture, art, and others.
Mike Smallwood, Thomson High School assistant principal and director of the school’s vocational programs, said this is the second year of the fair.

To read more on this story, see the Sun., Feb. 10, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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