Thomasville City Schools is committed to continuously improving its schools to provide best-in-class education, athletics and arts experiences for students. Through a partnership with Schneider Electric, the district will modernize its facilities to create comfortable, safe learning environments for generations to come. In addition to working with Thomasville City Schools, Schneider Electric is developing nearly $100 million in energy efficiency solutions in Georgia, helping clients achieve their goals. Learn more at www.enable.schneider-electric.com.
Schneider Electric Helps Georgia Schools Modernize
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