Thrasher Recognized for Excellence

Thrasher is a Tennessee Reward School for both Performance and Progress. That means Thrasher students performed in the top 5% for achievement and the top 5% for growth in the state of Tennessee. AND, Thrasher is the ONLY Hamilton County Schools to earn both designations! Way to go, […]

Arbor Day

A big thank you to Noah Long and his army of volunteers for running another successful tree planting this past week for Arbor Day! These red bud trees will be gorgeous as they grow!  

Our 10-Acre Classroom

Our ten-acre classroom continues to grow and improve. Student council recently purchased several outdoor easels that are permanently installed. Alex Moore, Eagle Scout of Troop 116, is building and installing more benches near the pond. We have plans to build a second pavilion near the pond as well! […]

Panther Parent #10

Panther Parents October 22 Dear Parents! Thrasher is a Tennessee Reward School for both Performance and Progress. It is rare for a school to earn both designations. That means Thrasher students performed in the top 5% for achievement and the top 5% for growth in the state of […]

Panther Parent #07

Panther Parent October 15 We hope you had a great fall break with your family! We’re ready to get back to teaching and learning. At Thrasher, we believe high expectations honors children. We strive to balance an academically vigorous education with play, strong relationships, and regular ol’ happiness. […]

Panther Parent #06

Panther Parents October 4 It’s beautiful outside; go play in the yard! Important Dates Oct. 5 Parent Portal will close (PowerSchool) Oct. 6 No School for Students October 6 – 15: Fall Break Oct. 16 School resumes Oct. 19 Open House PowerSchool Grades and report cards for third […]

Panther Parent #05

Panther Parents September 24 By all accounts, the Celebration for Education was a resounding success! Thank you to the teachers and families who volunteered and/or attended this event! Important Dates Sept. 26 Fire Drill Sept. 27 Fall Pictures (Picture Day) Sept. 28 Cross Country Oct. 3 2nd Grade […]

Back In Up Front

Recently, we suggested to parents and faculty that our dismissal could be safer if everyone backed in to the front spaces. You all listened and took the safety of our children seriously. Thank you! We will be rolling out a broader dismissal plan soon. We’ll have signs to […]