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TFS names All In Students of the Month for January
Tallulah Falls School faculty and staff members have named the “All In” Students of the Month for January for exhibiting a strong sense of Community, the monthly theme.
Honored students for January are freshman Brinna Docsol of Toccoa, sophomore Morgan Webb of Demorest, junior Laurel Smith of Clayton and senior Jake Carver of Demorest.
According to Upper School Academic Dean Kim Popham, January’s Community initiative focused on the international community on campus and campus outreach projects. Additionally, students enjoyed fellowship and fun during community field trips – skiing at Cataloochee and attending the planetarium show at Young Harris College.
February’s All In theme for the month is Kindness. This month’s activities will focus on supporting one another and to be proud of one another’s successes.
“Our swimmers, diver and girls basketball teams are competing at state levels,” Popham said. “Our yearbook staff received an award that our yearbook is one of 248 schools featured in Walsworth’s idea book from more than 5,000 schools. Also, STAR Student, Xing Fan, was the system winner for Habersham County. And it’s just the end of the first week!”
Students will have the opportunity to “Feel the Warmth of Kindness” on the Feb. 14 by donating to the Thirst Project for the opportunity to dress down in sweatshirt/hoodie and jeans. Also this month, students will perform with the All-State Chorus.
Popham said the school will host an assembly later this month on vaping and being kind to our bodies. The end of the month will mark the start of Winter Break, on Feb. 22.
The themes will continue through the end of the academic year, with a student from each grade being recognized by faculty and staff as the best representatives based on the monthly focus.
Remaining monthly themes are as follows:
Photo courtesy of Tallulah Falls School
Honored students for January are freshman Brinna Docsol of Toccoa, sophomore Morgan Webb of Demorest, junior Laurel Smith of Clayton and senior Jake Carver of Demorest. Shown, from left, are Docsol, Webb, Smith and Carver.