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Hand In Hand Primary School

Preschool | 599 students |

PHONE: (229) 225-3908

FAX: (229) 225-3982

4687 US Highway 84 Byp W

Thomasville, GA 31792

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Hand In Hand Primary School, located in Thomasville, Georgia, is a preschool school in the Thomas County Public Schools district.

This school has an average Community Rating of 4 out of 5 stars, based on reviews from 10 school community members.

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Posted on Mar 14, 2013
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My son goes to hand and hand and his teacher is s connaly he has learned so much from being and his class i wish she can travel along on his journey
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Posted on Feb 8, 2011
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I love love this school.. The teachers and staff are great, warm and very caring! My son loves to go everyday. I appreciate the "hands on" approach to learning and how they still focus on making school fun- not just a testing center! I highly say yes to this school!
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Posted on May 7, 2010
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My Granddaughter has been in Kindergarten this year at Hand in Hand School. She has liked going to school here and wanted to go to school everyday since the orientation visit. She is learning to read at a surprising rate, her speech has improved, she is happy to go to school, and happy with her teachers. Thank you so much, this is so important to keep our children happy and wanting to go to school and wanting to learn.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007
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I have been very pleased with the school as a whole. My twin boys seem to enjoy it also. They love their teachers and are doing very well.
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Posted on Aug 29, 2007
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I can't say enough about this school, it comes high recommended. I drive from Pelham every morning and afternoon so my son can get this wonderful hands on education that Hand In Hand offers. This is hands down the best decision I have made for my child. They are just wrapping up the four week mark, and so much as been taught , but most importantly so much has been learned !
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Posted on Aug 28, 2007
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I do not get the parents who are disappointed! I have two degrees in this area and Hand in Hand is an excellent Early Childhood program. The children are learning and enjoying it with hands-on activities. They are getting the foundation of skills needed for reading, writing and problem solving. These children are four and five years old. They should not be sitting in desks doing worksheets! Most importantly, there is no shortage of love for those kids! They are building self confidence and risk taking by creating a secure environment for our kids! My child is loved, learning and loving it! Way to go Hand In Hand!
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Posted on Aug 27, 2007
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Very dissappointed in the education my daughter received at Hand in Hand.
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Posted on May 18, 2007
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My family and I love Hand in Hand Elementary. My son has been in Kindergarten this year and has gotten a great start to the rest of his education. Mrs. Linda Ivey has been a true blessing. Keep up the great work!
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Posted on Feb 23, 2007
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I love Hand-in-Hand. We moved to this school from another school in North GA. Yes, it is a large school, but the teachers call my child by name (even without a name tag). She gets hugs when she is loaded into the car and I have heard several teachers say, 'love you. Have a great day'. I am looking forward to sending my other children to Hand-in-Hand.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2006
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I found this school a huge disappointment. There were many issues that should have been resolved during the first weeks of the school year that continued throughout the year. Quality leadership was missing from this school. I hope that the issues will be resolved for the next school year under new administration. Parent involvement was not a high priority of this school, which I found quite surprising. There are 3,4, & 5 year old children at this school that need all the attention that we can give. The some days that I went to the school, the halls smelled of feces (during the afternoon nap time). I'm not sure why. It may possibly be the sewer treatment plant located near the new school, or the children having accidents during nap.
--Submitted by a parent


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