District Highlights



    The Elementary Campus Teachers of the Year were announced at tonight’s Board of Trustees meeting. This year, there will be a Teacher of the Year chosen for each campus who will then be in the running to be named the KISD Teacher of the Year in May. Congratulations to these amazing teachers who impact student lives and their co-workers lives daily.

    KISD Secondary Teachers of the Year will be announced in the coming days. Congratulations, teachers!

    Daniels-Debbie Fowler
    Early Childhood Center-Dana Dunagan
    Nimitz-Amanda Galindo
    Starkey-Pam Boyer
    Tally-Susan Witt

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  • Planning for HPMS


    Planning has begun for the new Hal Peterson Middle School! Campus and community representatives, along with students met on Thursday and Friday last week to imagine teaching and learning in the new facility. Construction will begin in early fall 2019.

    Please continue to check the 2018 Bond Program page for updates on projects and construction.

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    The Kerrville ISD community approved a bond referendum for $88.9 million on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, allowing the school district to implement much needed safety and accessibility updates and address aging infrastructure across the district. A new HPMS and new KISD Ag Facility are also important components of the 2018 Bond. This is the first comprehensive bond package voters have approved in almost 19 years in Kerrville.

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  •  Oscar De La Garza

    Tivy Student Honored by National Hispanic Recognition Program

    Tivy High School student, Oscar De La Garza, has earned recognition through the National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) based on scores on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

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  • Tivy Student Awards

    Three Tivy High School Students Named 2019 National Merit Commended Students

    In the Monday, October 15th regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting, it was announced that Haley Fair, Carroll Goodyear, and Earnest Layton have been named Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the principal to these scholastically talented seniors.

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  • Two Tivy High School Seniors Named as  National Merit Semifinalists

    Two Tivy High School Seniors Named as National Merit Semifinalists

    The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) officials announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Tivy seniors Gerard Real and Braedon Schlechte received this outstanding honor and were recognized at Monday night's regularly scheduled Board of Trustees Meeting.

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  •  Antler Stadium Photo

    KISD Alerts Community, Local Businesses of Outside Advertising Not Approved by School District

    Kerrville ISD would like to alert the community and local businesses of outside vendors who are selling advertising and merchandise in the name of Kerrville ISD sports teams and organizations. Vendors are using Kerrville ISD campus names, sayings, or logos on promotional products that have not been sanctioned by the school district, and the school district receives no funding from these vendors.

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  •  Welcome Back Graphic

    Welcome Back, KISD Family

    Welcome back! We have just completed the first week of our new school year! We have great expectations for all of the learning experiences we’ll have between now and May 31, 2019. These are exciting times for our district and we believe, “The best is yet to be for KISD”.

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  •  Convocation 2018

    KISD Convocation 2018

    Kerrville ISD officially kicked off the 2018-2019 school year with the annual Convocation this morning. This year, several student groups joined in to celebrate and spread the excitement including the Tivy Drumline, Tivy AFJROTC, Tivy Cheerleaders, members of HPMS Orchestra, and Tivy Choir helped get the year started with a "pep rally" style celebration. KISD welcomed new staff and the nearly 700 KISD employees heard wonderful messages from the 2018 Teachers of the Year as well as Dr. Mark Foust. KISD is ready for another great year!

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