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  • Tivy Homecoming 2021

    EntryHomecoming Parade: Oct. 21 6:30 p.m. down Main Street, followed by pep rally. Homecoming Ceremony: Oct. 22 6 p.m. at Antler Stadium

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  • Tivy Class of 2021 Graduation

    In true fashion of the last year, Tivy High School Seniors and families proved their adaptability in the face of weather delays, and the Tivy High School Class of 2021 enjoyed a beautiful Saturday morning graduation ceremony at Antler Stadium on May 29.

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District Highlights

  •  Dedication of new Hal Peterson Middle School campus

    Hal Peterson Middle School Formally Dedicated

    The new Hal Peterson Middle School campus was formally dedicated during a short ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 10.
    A proclamation was read and signed by all in attendance, and current HPMS students led tours through their campus after the ceremony.

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  • Tivy Homecoming 2021 Festivities Set

    Tivy Homecoming 2021 Festivities Set

    Homecoming Parade: Oct. 21 6:30 p.m. down Main Street, followed by pep rally.

    Homecoming Ceremony: Oct. 22 6 p.m. at Antler Stadium, followed by kickoff at 7 p.m.

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  • Memorial Garden Dedicated to Former Starkey Student

    Memorial Garden Dedicated to Former Starkey Student

    Former teachers, classmates, family and community members came out to help dedicate a memorial garden and bench for a former Starkey Elementary student on Sept. 2.

    Arianna Lopez was remembered by former teachers during the dedication ceremony at the corner of the playground and a memorial bench under the shade of a large tree was unveiled.

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  • KISD Students Attend Summer Leadership Camps

    KISD Students Attend Summer Leadership Camps

    Three Kerrville ISD students spent time this summer developing leadership skills and gaining deeper knowledge of the state during a week-long Lone Star Leadership Academy Camp.
    B.T. Wilson sixth graders Jayde Manuel and Emerson Wheatley and Hal Peterson Middle School eighth grader Ethan Farhoudi were nominated by their teacher and accepted into the camps held in different cities around the state. They were three of more than 700 students who participated in the camps, put on by Education in Action, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering young people to be informed and active leaders in their communities.

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