Coding Club is back!
Due to construction next door, the path walkers and bike riders have used is now gone. Please cross the car rider line at the old crosswalk at James Blvd.
Thank you for considering a donation of the following items in gently-used or new condition. All donations will be used for the staff daycare serving the teachers and staff at Nolan, Thrasher, and SMMHS. All items will be accepted in the main office at Nolan during regular school […]
We met our goal in selling coupon books! Thank you to all our families. Mrs. DeHart’s class is the winning class for most sales, and Lily Haney is the highest individual seller. From what I hear, Lily pounded the pavement pretty hard! Thank you to all our kids […]
We are so grateful for the Signal Mountain Police. Officers Coulter, Gunter, Siler, Kennedy, and Foster routinely check in on us and advise us on increasing safety at Thrasher. This morning, we recognized Officer Gunter with a Panther Pride award. Later in the day, Officer Coulter revisited a fourth […]
Thank you to Red Bank Baptist Church for straightening the gravel areas, removing some of the old landscape fabric that had become a trip hazard, and sealing the wooden picnic tables. We are grateful to them for thinking of Thrasher again! Thank you also to the Frakers, Chamberlains, and Morrises […]
Mrs. Connie McDade was selected to be part of the Public Education Foundation’s iPLC — a group of educators who join in professional learning about technology. On Thursday, she collaborated on a presentation about Google Classroom. (Mrs. Johnston was a member of last year’s cohort.) Also, our own Mr. […]
The drama club presented a humorous skit about audience etiquette to an attentive student body last week. The skit poked a little fun at our culture’s addiction to technology and short attention span. But, fortunately, a very literal super-heroine swooped in to save the day. We were especially […]
Mrs. Mies has had several and various groups of students busy lately working in and out of the STEM lab. She and Mrs. Johnson helped Mrs. Sutton revitalize the rain garden (with $1000 in donated plants!) Not only that, she had Mrs. Spino’s fifth graders bring the keyhole […]