Toombs County High
Phone: (912) 526-6068
Address: 600 Bulldog Road Lyons, Georgia 30436
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FFA OFFICERS GIVE TOURS OF THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL
Recently the Toombs County FFA Officers helped provide tours of the new Toombs County High School to members of the Toombs-Montgomery Chamber of Commerce as part of their Chamber Connection event. This event was held on July 30, 2015. Before the tour, guests were greeted by the FFA officers as they entered into the facility. The officers had the opportunity to meet and socialize with members of the community and meet the new school superintendent Richard Smith.
While at the new school, members had the opportunity to see some of the great features of the school. These features include an auditorium that will seat close to 1000 people and can be used for a wide range of events. They were also able to see the new state-of-the-art gymnasium and other athletic facilities.
Participants also got to learn information regarding some of the Career and Technical Programs offered at Toombs County High School. These programs consist of Agricultural Education, Business, Engineering/Technology and Family and Consumer Sciences. They were able to tour each department and the Toombs County FFA Officers and Advisors offered some insight into each department. While touring the classrooms, guests had the opportunity to see a lot of the technology that has been incorporated into the building. These additions include interactive projectors, flat screens televisions, motion sensored lights and computers. The incorporation of these technologies will provide students a fun and engaging learning environment.
“This fall we will open a state-of-the-art school for the students of Toombs County,” Toombs County School Superintendent Richard Smith said. “We now have a location where our entire staff can gather together, and a place where our students can prepare for a bright future.”
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through Agricultural Education. Georgia FFA is the 3rd largest state association with more than 37,000 student members and 290 chapters engaged in agriculturally based activities throughout the state. For more information FFA, visit http://georgiaffa.org or contact your local Agriculture Teachers at 912-526-6068.