KERRVILLE, TEXAS (December 10, 2012) – The entire Kerrville Independent School District family congratulates Tivy High School alumnus “Johnny Football” Manziel for winning the prestigious 2012 Heisman Trophy. KISD, in cooperation with the Tivy High School Athletic Booster Club and the Tivy High School Athletic Hall of Fame, will host a community event at Antler Stadium to honor and celebrate the outstanding football accomplishments of Johnny Manziel during his redshirt freshman year at Texas A&M University.
Kerrville ISD will coordinate the date and the time of the event with Mr. Manziel and his family. During the upcoming weeks, Mr. Manziel will be engaged in numerous national media appearances, the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic, other award ceremonies and the resumption of academic classes at Texas A&M University.
KERRVILLE, TEXAS (November 30, 2012) – Kerrville ISD has named Assistant Principal Jarrett Jachade the lone finalist in the search for a new principal at Tivy High School. The position is being vacated by Bobby Templeton, Ed.D, who was recently hired as Superintendent of Ingram ISD. Jachade will be presented for approval at the Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, December 18th.
Superintendent Troxell will recommend Jachade to the Board of Trustees at the December 18th Meeting. If approved by the board, Jachade will assume the role of principal January 7, 2013.
KERRVILLE, TX (October 26, 2012) – Six Tivy High School students were chosen for the Region 11 Honor Orchestra at TMEA Competition held in San Antonio on Saturday, October 22nd. The students are: Matt Maupion, violin; Brandon Curtis, violin; Hunter Marks, violin; Mary Elizabeth McQueen, violin; Daniel Soria, cello; and Hannah McCullough, string bass. The students will perform at Stevens High School in San Antonio on December 8 at 4:30 p.m.
Dan Troxell, Ph.D., Superintendent of Kerrville ISD, is one of 39 chosen by the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) to participate in the Future-Ready Superintendents Leadership Institute, a program to develop and sustain leaders who are willing to expand their leadership beyond the local level and work together to define the future of public education in our state.
"The Public Education Visioning Institute does great work, and I knew from the start that I wanted to be part of this program,” said Dan Troxell, Ph.D., Superintendent of Kerrville ISD. “I’m honored to join this highly-qualified group of people and help refine our public education system in Texas.”
TASA’s Future-Ready Superintendents Leadership Institute is designed to create a cadre of superintendents who will help develop and initiate innovative, systemic changes, both locally and statewide, that support the mission of the original Public Education Visioning Institute and the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium.
For more information about the Future-Ready Superintendents Leadership Institute, go to