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Oct. 5 Proclaimed Kerrville Teachers' Day!
During the Kerrville City Council meeting on Sept. 27, Kerrville Mayor Judy Eychner and the City Council designated Wednesday, Oct. 5 as Kerrville Teachers' Day.
Kerrville ISD Announces Lone Finalist for Superintendent of Schools
The Kerrville ISD Board of Trustees has named Dr. Brent Ringo as the lone finalist for Kerrville ISD Superintendent of Schools.
Following a state-mandated 21-day waiting period, the Board will consider final approval of Dr. Ringo’s contract on April 25. Upon final approval, Dr. Ringo will officially begin his position on May 1.
KISD Announces Teacher Incentive Allotment Awards
Kerrville ISD is proud to announce that 38 teachers have earned the Texas Education Agency’s Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) for their outstanding performance in the classroom.
HPMS Art Teacher Amanda Lord Earns National Board Certification
Hal Peterson Middle School Art Teacher Amanda Lord has earned National Board Certification through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
The program requires teachers to undergo a rigorous process to achieve the nationally-recognized certification. Lord achieved this accomplishment in Art-Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood. The process has four components that usually takes teachers about three years to complete. Lord completed all four components in one year.
Tom Daniels Principal Billeiter Announces Retirement
The Kerrville ISD Board of Trustees accepted the retirement of longtime Tom Daniels Elementary Principal Amy Billeiter, effective at the end of the current school, during the January Board Meeting.
“Mrs. Billeiter represents one of the highest levels of dedication to public service, and over her 30-plus-year career, she has impacted thousands of students in our district,” said Jarrett Jachade, Interim Superintendent.