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  • ServSafe

    Congratulations to the following students for passing their ServSafe Restaurant Foodhandlers certification exam. They have been preparing for this test through their Careers in Culinary class. This certification will help them with employment in the food industry. This is the 1st time this test has been offered for middle school student. I’m very proud of the effort they put in to pass this test! Their certification will be valid for 3 years!!

    Perfect Scores
    Chessidy Lester, Makenna Myrick, Arisbeth Torres, Caroline Trippi

    Passing Scores

    Jahmil Boyd, Travis Brooks, Olivia Butler, Azariya Chambers, Ana Datesva, Alicia Hamock, Nadia Lewis, Tess Mcgann, Razzy Passaro, Logan Paul, Kenzel Williams, Emily Winter


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  • This weekend hundreds of students from across Pinellas County converged on Largo High School and USF St. Pete for Pinellas History Day. The eighteen #1 & #2 ranked projects from Thurgood Marshall were all submitted. The students had the intervening time to continue researching and revising their projects and were all given the chance to be interviewed by the judges. If you're not in the NHD loop, you may not know that Florida is one of the most-heavily involved NHD states, and Pinellas County is one of the most involved and competitive districts. It's hard fought every year. 
    When the dust cleared, two of our projects emerged as #1 in their category for the entire district: 
    1). Nina Greenberg, Hannah Joslyn, and Angela Nguyen (8th grade) for their group documentary titled UFW: Fight from the Fields, and:
    2). Victor Xie (8th grade) for his research paper on World War II's Flying Tigers 
    Both of these projects will go on to represent both Thurgood Marshall and Pinellas County at Florida History Day in Tallahassee in May. 
    Additionally, the following students had notable achievements and should be congratulated when you see them: 
    Kyra Marks and Bella Cianfoni (both 6th Grade) made the finals round for their group performance on the Marias Massacre. They also had the unintended effect of teaching me, the history teacher, what the Marias Massacre was. 
    Hannah Arthur won the Stetson Law School History of Law Award for her research paper on the Southern Poverty Law Center.
    Katelyn Disler's website was selected as Best-in-School.
    It's worth noting that several Thurgood alumni completed senior-division NHD projects and will represent Pinellas County at states for various projects: Beverly Maddux, Nicole Leary, Ellie Anderson, Emma Conover, and Camille Luong. 
    Special recognition must go to Laura Gibson, who gave up her Friday night and entire Saturday to help run the district fair, with certainly nothing but a bagel and coffee as a thank-you. We're a better school for having Laura and indeed, a better district. 


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  • Thurgood Marshall 2017 FSA / EOC Assessment Schedule

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  • Artwork


    Alexa Schell, Joselito Collado, Hanna Kim, Tiffany Nguyen, Sam Phrasavath, Connor Totten, and Angelina Lopez for having their artwork accepted into the 3-D: K-12 Sculpture/Ceramic Movie Exhibition.

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  • AdvanceEd

    In an effort to improve system practices, Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle School is conducting surveys.  We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. 

    Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous.  Your honest opinion is appreciated.  Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

    Parent Survey

    Student Survey

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  • Flastem

    Middle School Hackathon - Spring 2017

    Coming up in the spring of 2017, HackPCS will be the first middle school hackathon (a coding competition) for 6th through 8th-grade students in Pinellas County Schools. It's going to be exciting as we are partnering with District's STEM Academies and local IT companies to launch the event. Participation is FREE. Attend the event kickoff session and on-site registration at Pinellas Park High School in Largo, on January, 4th 2017 from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. Send us an email and follow us on social media for latest announcements! 
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