Kerrville Independent School District

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  • Tivy AFJROTC Marks Veterans Day

    AFJROTC at Tivy High School led the effort to honor the Tivy High School teachers who are military veterans and our local veterans in Kerrville. Veterans Day is one the most important days for the THS Corps of Cadets. Due to COVID-19, a different celebration was planned and executed to honor our veterans on such an important day.

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  • Tivy Believes in Wishes Campaign Kicks Off!

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, again! Time to write letters to Santa and help make wishes come true! Once again, Tivy High School student Zackary Reyna is enlisting fellow students and the community to help write letters to Santa to deliver to Macy’s for their Believe campaign. For every letter submitted, Macy’s will donate $1 to the Make A Wish Foundation. This year, letters will be submitted electronically through the links provided here.

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  • Tivy Homecoming Royalty Announced

    Tivy Homecoming King and Queen were crowned during a pregame ceremony during the Antlers district opener against Lockhart. Homecoming King is Tyler Smith and Homecoming Queen is Ashlynn Way.

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  • Mask Up, Antler Fans

    Several Tivy students pitched in to make this PSA reminding Antler fans to mask up at all sporting events.

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District Highlights

  • Tivy Merit Scholars Announced

    Tivy Merit Scholars Announced

    Two Tivy High School students have been named National Commended Scholars and four have been named Rural and Small Town Scholars by The College Board.
    Jamie Lee and Cade Secor earned National Merit Commended honors, in addition to the Rural and Small Town recognition.
    Jonathan Halpin and Caleb Fineske also earned Rural and Small Town Scholar recognition.
    “This is an amazing accomplishment for our students to achieve,” said Dr. Kendall Young, Tivy High School Guidance Counselor.

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  • Tivy Singers Claim Eight Region Spots

    Tivy Singers Claim Eight Region Spots

    Submitting their auditions digitally this year didn’t shake Tivy High School choir members, with eight musicians earning All-Region honors and five advancing on to the next round of auditions for All-State recognition.
    The following students earned All-Region honors: Phoenix Miller and Lilyanna Moran, Soprano 1; Sydney Robinson and Rowan Kenney, Soprano 2; Diamond Chico, Alto 2; Joseph Huff, Tenor 1; Hunter de Saegher, Tenor 2; and Keaton Mitchell, Bass 1.

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  • Tivy Orchestra Musicians Claim Eight Region Spots

    Tivy Orchestra Musicians Claim Eight Region Spots

    Despite auditions being virtual this year due to COVID-19 safety concerns, eight Tivy High School musicians earned acceptance into the TMEA Region 29 Honor Orchestra last month.
    The musicians include: Jackie Shim, Jimmy Shim, Jamie Lee, Alina McCormick, Ella O’Donnell and Josh Aspinall on violin; Dametrius Delgado on viola and Joshua Sutton on string bass.

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  • KISD Trustee Reelected to State Association Board

    KISD Trustee Reelected to State Association Board

    Kerrville ISD Board Trustee Rolinda Schmidt has been reelected to a three-year term on the Texas Association of School Boards’ (TASB) Board of Directors, representing TASB Region 20, Position A. The election was held during the Association’s 2020 Delegate Assembly, which was held virtually on October 3.
    Schmidt has served on the Kerrville ISD Board since 1996 and has held the positions of board president and vice-president. She is currently the board secretary.

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