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  • First Class Pre-K Program Readies Children for Classroom, Education

    Syesta, Mabel visit pre-K class W.A. Threadgill Primary School Principal Matthew Syesta and facility service dog, Mabel, are shown visiting students of Crystal Littrell’s pre-K class. Parents wishing to enroll their children in W.A. Threadgill Primary School’s First Class Pre-K program have through Sunday, March 31, to submit registration forms. Principal Matthew Syesta says that he highly recommends participation in pre-K. “This experience gets children used to the classroom setting and what will is expected of them,” Syesta said. “Kids who complete pre-K are leaders in Kindergarten.... Read More

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  • W.A. Threadgill Primary School Awarded $5,000 for Technology

    The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) awarded W.A. Threadgill Primary School’s with a $5,000 grant to help the school’s technology classes acquire more equipment... Read More

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  • W.A. Threadgill Primary School Reading Specialist: Developing strong readers

    W.A. Threadgill Primary School Reading Specialist Carrie Rickman. Conversation skills and oral language development have a strong impact on reading success. We all want strong readers, right? So let’s talk. The development of oral language begins at birth. A baby immediately reacts to loud noises, turns toward a sound, watches your face as you talk, and makes noises when talked to. It is so important that we nurture a child’s oral language development in those early years. Just like the body needs nutritious food for physical growth, a child needs language to nurture brain development... Read More

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  • Second-ever Daddy-Daughter Dance a ball: Threadgill Girls Party with dads ‘Under the Sea’

    Threadgill Girls Dance the Night away During the 2019 W.A. Threadgill Primary School Daddy-Daughter Dance. Dads and daughters cut the rug during W.A. Threadgill Primary School’s second-ever daddy-daughter dance. The Sheffield primary school held its dance on Saturday night, April 27, for fathers to treat primary school girls to a special night. Primary school principal Matthew Syesta said that more than 100 tickets were sold for this year’s dance... Read More

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