Dezirae Bremseth, a senior in the Tivy High School Band, earned a spot in the 6A All-State Band, which will perform in San Antonio, Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the Henry B. González Convention Center as part of the 2020 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention.
Dezirae was chosen for this prestigious honor through a competitive process held this year across the state at District, Region, and Area levels.
Dezirae plays French Horn and is under the direction of Tivy Band Directors Roxanne Vickers and Tyler McClendon.
Tara Schultz, a member of the Tivy High School Choir will perform with the Texas All-State Treble Choir in San Antonio, Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the Henry B. González Convention Center as part of the 2020 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention.
Tara was chosen for this prestigious honor through a competitive process held this year across the state at District, Region, and Area levels. Tara sings at Tivy High School under the direction of Seth Lafler, who is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association, a 19,000+ member organization headquartered in Austin.
Cadet Lee McDonald, an Air Force Junior ROTC cadet at Tivy High School, has received a scholarship to attend an accredited aviation university to participate in a private pilot license training program in the summer of 2020.
Cadet McDonald, a junior, is one of only 200 Air Force Junior ROTC cadets around the world to receive the scholarship from Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama. More than 2,575 cadets applied for one of the 200 scholarships.
Four Tivy High School students were recognized for their outstanding volunteer service with a national award.
The President’s Volunteer Service Award was presented to Tivy seniors Adin Viera, Makayla Waiser, Bryanna Rodriguez and Bella King.
Superintendent Mark Foust presented the students with their certificates during a pep rally at Tivy High School on Sept. 27.
“We are incredibly proud of our students who earned this prestigious recognition through hundreds of hours of being servant leaders in our community,” Dr. Foust said.
“They are incredible representations of what we are all about in KISD and Kerrville.”