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Schmidt Reelected to TASB Board of Directors


 The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has reelected Rolinda Schmidt of Kerrville ISD to a one-year term on the TASB Board of Directors, representing TASB Region 20, Position A.

Schmidt has served on the Kerrville ISD board since 1996, where she has served as president, vice-president, and, currently, secretary. A graduate of San Jose State University with a bachelor’s degree in social services, Schmidt is actively involved in local youth education programs, including the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club, Rotary Club Foreign Exchange Student program, Head Start, and the Kerrville ISD 6th grade outdoor education program.

“It is an honor and privilege to serve public education, not only within our community, but also at the broader state level. I look forward to working with other school board trustees from districts large and small to promote educational excellence for all Texas schoolchildren,” Schmidt said.

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Tivy Marching Band Wins Big at Hill Country Marching Festival

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 The Tivy Marching Band participated in its first festival marching competition of the 2016 season this past Saturday at the Hill Country Marching Festival in Fredericksburg. The band performed its show, “Into the Storm,” as part of a lineup of 22 area bands ranging from Class 1A to 6A classifications.

The band was awarded five trophies including Best Marching, Best Music, Best Colorguard, Best Percussion, as well as being designated by the judges as the Outstanding 5A Band.

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KISD One of Five Texas School Districts to Earn Postsecondary Distinction for Third Consecutive Year

The Texas Education Agency 2016 state accountability system's distinction designations were released on Sept. 14. All Kerrville ISD campuses and the district earned the highest state accountability rating, Met Standard. Kerrville was one of only 24 school districts that achieved Met Standard. Every campus in KISD earned two or more distinction designations. 

Additionally, Kerrville ISD was one of only five school districts to have earned the Postsecondary Readiness Distinction Designations for all three consecutive years in which it has been a part of the state accountability system. For the full press release, click here


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