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Lone Star Cup Standings Announced

The first UIL Lone Star Cup standings have been released for the 2017-2018 school year. Thrall is currently in 6th place in Class 2A through the end of the Regional Finals Volleyball Play-off run! Read more...
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Annual Holiday Lunch-Friday, Dec. 15

The annual holiday lunch is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 15, and Elementary and MS students' families are invited to join them for lunch. Reservations were taken earlier, but a few lunches will be available to purchase that day. There is no concert after the lunch this year. Read more for times, etc.
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Pictures with Santa-Friday, Dec. 15

Elementary and MS students may have their pictures taken with Santa on Friday, Dec. 15 during lunch. A 4x6 photo costs $5.00, and photos will be sent home with students on Monday, Dec. 18. Smile!

Tigers End Season as BiDistrict Champions!

BiDistrict Champion Tigers ended a terrific season with a loss in the Area game vs Yorktown on Friday, Nov. 24. Congratulations to these athletes and coaches! Read more...
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Tigerettes End Season in Regional Finals

Tigerettes defeated Blue Ridge in the Regional Semifinals, but their season ended with a loss to Crawford in the Regional Finals on Saturday, Nov. 11. Great Season, Tigerettes--Regional Tournament Semifinalists, Area, Bi-District and five times, consecutive, District Champions! Read more...
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Julie Crabb & Emiliano Garza Crowned Queen & King

Harvest Festival 2017, sponsored by Thrall Community Education Foundation (TCEF), was a great success with many fun activities! Congratulations to Class of 2025 with Julie Crabb and Emiliano Garza being crowned Queen and King of Harvest Festival 2017. The traditional Turkey & Dressing meal began at 4:00 p.m. and other events, such as Silent Auction, Carnival, etc., followed throughout the evening. Read more...
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