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All School-Related Events for
Saturday, Feb. 28 are Canceled

Kerrville ISD Job Fair Sat., March 7

Kerrville ISD will hold its annual career fair on Saturday, March 7 at 8:00 a.m. The fair will be held at Tivy High School, located at 3250 Loop 534 in Kerrville, TX. 

District representatives will be on hand to interview certified teachers, paraprofessionals, secretaries, custodians, child nutrition workers and bus drivers. The doors will open at 8:00 a.m. for registration and meet-and-greet. All attendees are guaranteed at least one interview between 
8:30-11:30 a.m. Afternoon call-backs will be scheduled for selected candidates. Attendees should bring three copies of their resume.  

For more information, call Kerrville ISD Human Resources 
Secretary Desi Hickman at 257-2202. For a list of available jobs, click HERE

Daniels Robotics Teams Advance to Championships

Two First Lego League Robotics Teams (the Blue Flames and the Golden Geeks) from Daniels Elementary attended the First Lego League Alamo Official Qualifying Tournament on Saturday February 7.  The Blue Flames received the “Innovative Solution Award” and Advanced Championship Event.  The Golden Geeks won the second place Grand Championship! Both teams now advance to the Championship Round at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on March 14, 2015.   

DES LEGO TEAM

Tivy Mock Trial Team Wins Regionals

The Tivy High School Mock Trial Team recently went 3-0 at a regional competition, taking first place. Under the direction of teachers Becky Likin and Leigh Cockrill, along with the generous assistance of attorney advisors Clay Steadman and Lucy Pearson, the students have been preparing after school two days a week for five months.

This year’s case was a criminal case concerning manslaughter. The case entails a story of two business partners who own a multi-million dollar company that designed an app to track fitness workouts.  The partners in the company have a strained relationship, which ultimately evolves into a heated argument and shoving match during a workout session running up a parking garage stairwell.  During the physical altercation, both partners shove each other back and forth, but the fight ultimately ends with one man crashing through the window of the 14th floor and falling to his death.

Students prepared both sides of the case (prosecution and defense) as well as opening and closing statements. A student witness also took the stand during the proceedings. 
The team will compete at the state competition March 5-8 in Dallas.

The team, left to right, is: Blake Wampler, Jackson Cockrill, Nolan Zuber, Michael Ray, Holden West, Monty McKeon, Amanda Blevins, Rachel Badillo, Adair Appleton, Ellie Butler, Bailey Havis and Matt Maupin. 

Mock Trial

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