Class of 2022

October 2022

In this issue, information about...

1. face to face Phase 4 information

2. the upcoming PSAT

3. Homecoming 2020

4. our next town hall meeting

5. Governor's Honors

6. PRIDE winners

7. birthday shout-outs

Remember our class motto, “There is no Limit to The Class of 2022" and members of the Class of 2022 are trendsetters. I am depending on each of you to stay the course, engage in your classes, and be safe!

I am available by email at, and by phone 470-488-8618. WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER. I am looking forward to seeing you soon.

Sending lots of air hugs,

Kimberly Terry Whitfield

11th grade Assistant Principal

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The PSAT is October 29, 2020

Click on the QR code below to view the Power Point for details and to REGISTER. Email Dr. A. Sims @ if you have questions.
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Only 33% of TCHS parents have registered for the parent portal in Infinite Campus. The parent portal provides access to information that includes your child's grades, attendance, assignments and school announcements. Come on JUNIOR parents, let's get 100% of you signed up for the parent portal.

Infinite Campus Parent Portal

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Governor's Honors

Scholars, it's time to showcase your academic skills and talent. Students nominated to GHP demonstrate exceptional skill, creativity, and knowledge in the area of nomination. Academic achievement and social maturity are considered in the selection process; however there are is no specific numerical minimum/cut off for nomination.


All students nominated by the local school system/private school must:

  • Be a current sophomore or junior.
  • Have his/her nomination originate with the subject area teacher (or home school parent) and approved by the student and parent/guardian.
  • Have demonstrated high aptitude and high interest in the area of nomination.
  • Commit to participation in the state level interviews as scheduled by the GHP office if selected as a state semi-finalist.
  • Commit to participation in the program for the entire residential period if selected as a state finalist, including opening and closing days.
  • Inability to meet the attendance requirement will result in disqualification for consideration, and, if selected for participation, can result in dismissal from the program. Exceptions to the attendance requirement will be rare, will be limited to true emergencies, and will require approval by the GHP Program Manager.

See the chart below announcing opportunities to apply for Governor's Honors.

Names of nominees AND nominating area are due to Ms. Winston no later than 4:00 PM Friday, October 2nd.

Completed applications (both electronically and hard copy) are due to Ms. Winston, on or before 4.00pm Thursday, October 8th
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Mark your calendars! HOMECOMING: October 26 - 30, 2020

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October's P.R.I.D.E. Nominees

Congratulations to the following students who were nominated by their teachers for exhibiting that Bulldog P.R.I.D.E.: Purpose, Resilience, Integrity, Discipline, and Empathy:

Samara Patrick

Darryl L Barksdale

Henry Mills

Melany Otero Sanchez

Montravious Willouhgby

Malik Hil

James Holmes

Lumieriah Cash

Mamadou Diallo

Melvin Vasquez

Eury Bautista

Dania N Perez-Martinez

Elijah Minor

JaQuavious Daniel

Emily Onofre

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Happy Birthday Scholars!

Ariana Anderson

Kimberly Ayala-Chavez

Princess Boyd

Jaydin Carmichael

Guadalupe Chavarria

Anthony Cortes-Carmona

Jayda Eddines

Messiah Franklin

Jarvis Gamble

Brayan Garcia

Jose Garcia

Kaniya Harris

Williams Hernandez

Corey Hill

Leila Hill

Jamal Jones

Jai'nya Killings

Jamarion Killings

Iyanna Lee

DeMarcus Little

Nancy Luna Manzano

Chana McCoy

Jaida Nobles

Emily Onofre

Courtney Owens

Jeremy Owens

Maria Pantoja

Cassandra Perez

Shaniyah Pitts

Victoria Pruitt

Martha Ramirez-Hernandez

Jesus Resendiz Fernandez

Takedra Riley

Stephanie Salas

Thomyjah Scott

Ayina Swain

Jahnaeia Thomas

Cierra Tinch

Jamon Washburn

Genesis Wilcox

Ric'Kalu Williams

Kadarious Wilson

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Townhall Meeting TBA: Stay tuned for the date and login information.


It is important to know that behavioral expectations for students are still in place during our Universal Remote Learning environment, and we encourage families to review the 2020-2021 FCS Code of Conduct Handbook as there are several changes.

Potential rule infractions in a virtual learning environment include, but are not limited to, harassment, bullying, cyber bullying, technology offenses, disruption and insubordination. Please note that code of conduct rule violations can also occur in the community or when using social media inappropriately. It is important that the school is notified of any student behaviors that negatively impact the school or virtual learning environment. Furthermore, incidents of harassment, racial slurs, bigotry, derogatory comments, physical harassment, ethnically offensive behaviors or any threats of harm to others will not be tolerated and will be taken very seriously. Depending on the nature and severity of the offense, the District’s response may include disciplinary consequences up to and including long term suspension/expulsion from school. Please note any behavior that violates the FCS Code of Conduct Handbook will be addressed through our district’s discipline process.

Below are some potential discipline responses that will be utilized in the Universal Remote Learning environment include, but are not limited to, the following:

Parent Conference Suspension from synchronous learning

Restorative Practice Conference

Loss of Privileges

Virtual Drug Education Program I

Impact Lesson or project

Suspension of club/extra-curricular activities

Loss of Graduation Ceremony/Prom Suspension upon return to school

Long-term suspension/Expulsion

Please know that we are committed to ensuring that all our students feel safe and ready to learn and will be providing students guidance, resources and support. Thank you for your partnership in teaching our students behavioral expectations and standards of conduct while in a Virtual Learning Environment.




Estimados Familias, ¡Esperamos con ansias el comienzo de un nuevo año escolar! Mientras nos preparamos para que nuestros estudiantes regresen en un entorno de Aprendizaje Remoto Universal, alentamos fuertemente a los estudiantes y las familias que revisan el Manual Del Codigo de Conducta del estudiante de FCS , ya que hay varios cambios. Es importante saber cuáles son las expectativas de comportamiento para los estudiantes en un entorno de Aprendizaje Remoto Universal. Posibles infracciones de reglas en un entorno de aprendizaje virtual incluyen, pero no se limitan a: acoso, intimidación, delitos tecnológicos, disrupción e insubordinación. Tenga en cuenta que el código de violaciones de las reglas de conducta también puede ocurrir en la comunidad o cuando se utilizan las redes sociales Inapropiadamente. Es importante que la escuela sea notificada de cualquier comportamiento estudiantil que produzca un impacto negativo en la escuela o en el entorno de aprendizaje virtual. Además, incidentes de acoso, calumnias raciales, intolerancia, comentarios despectivos, comportamientos étnicamente ofensivos o cualquier amenaza de daño a otros no será tolerado y será tomado muy en serio. Dependiendo de la naturaleza y gravedad, la respuesta del Distrito puede incluir consecuencias disciplinarias hasta suspensión/expulsión de la escuela. Tenga en cuenta que cualquier comportamiento que viole el Manual Del Codigo de Conducta del estudiante de FCS será abordado a través del proceso de disciplina de nuestro distrito. A continuación, se presentan algunas respuestas potenciales de disciplina que se utilizarán en el entorno de Aprendizaje Remoto Universal. Estas incluyen, pero son se limitan a lo siguiente: Conferencia de Padres Suspensión del aprendizaje sincrónico Conferencia para Práctica Restaurativa Pérdida de Privilegios Lección o proyecto del impacto Programa Virtual de Educación sobre Drogas Suspensión del club/actividades extracurriculares Pérdida de Ceremonia de Graduación/Prom Suspensión al regresar a la escuela Suspensión/Expulsión a largo plazo Por favor, sepa que estamos comprometidos a garantizar que todos nuestros estudiantes se sientan seguros y listos para aprender y que proporcionaremos a los estudiantes orientación, recursos y apoyo. Gracias por su compromiso en la enseñanza de las expectativas de comportamiento de nuestros estudiantes y los estándares de conducta en el Entorno De Aprendizaje Virtual.

Código de Conducta y Manual de Disciplina Estudiantil

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  • What is the updated bell schedule? See the bell schedules attached.
  • How will I receive communication from my school? In addition to calling parents, TCHS will post updated information on our school app, school website, and send emails to students. It is urgent that students use their email address assigned by Fulton County Schools.
  • What do I do if I need technology assistance? Students may call the Remote Learning Hotline at 470-254-2300 to ask technology related questions or to report device failure. The Hotline staff will set up appointments for device swaps and power cord pick up.
  • Who do I contact if I have general questions? You may email or call any member of your 2022 Support Team which includes: any of your teachers, your guidance counselor-Ms. Dance, your assistant principal-Mrs. Whitfield, your social worker- Mrs. Winkles
Mrs. Whitfield,


Assistant Principal

Mrs. Whitfield


Ms. Dance

11th grade class sponsor

Mrs. Austin

RTI Dispro Coach

Ms. Woods

American Literature

Ms. Hamilton

Mrs. Hopewell

Ms. Matthews

Mrs. Ogletree

Algebra 2

Mr. Brogden

Ms. Turlington

Chemistry and Physics

Mr. Gordon

Mrs. Rodriguez -Bussey

U.S. History

Mrs. K Lewis

Mr. Thompson

Mr. Vu


Mr. Amouzou

Mr. Agbemadon


Mrs. Speakman

Ms. Turner

Mrs. Wilson -Shreve

Ms. Winston

Social Workers

Ms. Tyler

Ms. Winkles

Tri-Cities High School Mission Statement

The Tri-Cities Community will lead and inspire each other to be our best selves by being committed, innovative, optimistic, and service minded in our academic, artistic, athletic and personal endeavors in a safe and secure environment.