The Homecoming Parade will have a different route this year. We will begin at school and go East on Beasley Road and then turn to go downtown and then left on Main Street back to Football Field House parking lot.
The homecoming parade is Thursday, October 19 beginning at 6:00 and the pep rally will follow immediately after the parade. Please come out and support our homecoming.
This year’s homecoming theme is “There’s No Place Like Terry” Dress up days next week are as follows:
Monday: WE are going to OZ, Dorothy… -Green and Bling – wear green and lots of bling
Tuesday: A Twister is coming! Tacky Day – dress as tacky as you can.
Wednesday: Which Witch is Which Wednesday? Dress as a twin with your friend.
Thursday: “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore” College or Pro Jersey day – Wear your favorite team’s attire.
Friday: Put’em up, Put ‘em up Friday. Put on your maroon and white armor as we battle George County Rebels.
Want to ask your favorite person to the homecoming dance? Student Council is having a competition for the best HoCoPro (homecoming proposal) and will video tape it. Tell Mrs. Denson in the library when and where and we will come videotape it.
Congratulations to the Terry High School JROTC Drill Team for earning the rights to be invited to the Mississippi All Services Drill Competition by placing 3rd Overall in the South Regional Drill Meet, Saturday October 7, 2017 at Florence High School. The team consisted of 36 Cadets demonstrating their ability to call and adhere to a rigorous set of commands as one unit. The overall commander for the Drill Team is Cadet 1LT Wilson, with the commanders marching the various teams are (Cadet Captain Nickens), (Cadet Captain Neal), (Cadet MSG Robinson, Khalif), (Cadet MSG Florence) and (Cadet CPL Gates, Cortnee). The team won a 2nd place trophy and three 3rd place trophies. The meet in Biloxi will consist of the top three Drill Teams from the 6 Regional Competition that will take place on November 4, 2017. Please assist COL Fuller and SFC Burnett in congratulating the Terry High School JROTC Drill Team for their commitment and dedication toward an opportunity to reach their motto, 2nd to none. Hooah!
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The Homecoming Dance dance will be on Saturday, October 21st from 8:00 until 11:00 p.m. The attire is dressy and appropriate dress is required. The cost of the dance is $10.00 for Terry High School Students. If you are bringing a date that does not attend Terry High School, the cost for that date is $15.00 and you must have a form filled out. Forms can be picked up in the front office, in the library or can be printed from the Terry website. In addition, if you are bringing a date that does not attend Terry then you must purchase your ticket and their ticket in advance, and you may only bring one non-Terry date. Tickets will be sold beginning Wednesday, October 11th – Friday, October 20th beginning at 7:30 a.m. These tickets will be sold in the mornings at the front office. Remember no non-Terry person will be allowed in the dance if they do not have a pre-paid ticket and we may ask for picture ID of ANY student attending dance.
September & October are Attendance Awareness months. To celebrate we will be doing the following:
On Fridays, every 1st period class that has 100% attendance for the week will be put in a hat and the class that is drawn will get treats on Monday and recognized on intercom.
Block Party – on the Friday of Homecoming, October 20th there will be a block party during 5th period for students who do not have any Unexcused Absences, No Tardies and No ISD, No Detentions during September and October.
Students Interested in Learning and Growing by Investigating Medical Mysteries see Mrs. Michel. This BioMedical Class involves:
Working with the same equipment and tools used by lab professionals, PLTW Biomedical Science students are empowered to explore and find solutions to some of today’s most pressing medical challenges. Through scaffolded activities that connect learning to life, students step into the roles of biomedical science professionals and investigate topics including human medicine, physiology, genetics, microbiology, and public health. Students work together in teams to find unique solutions, and in the process, learn in-demand, transferable skills like critical thinking and communication.