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Homecoming Parade & Pep Rally Today!

Thrall ISD is excited to welcome back all alumni for this year's Homecoming activities including the Parade, Pep Rally, Varsity Football Game vs Marlin and the King & Queen Coronation on Friday, Oct. 18! Read more for all details...
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TISD Recognizes Campus Principals!

Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed October 2019 as “Principals Month” in Texas. As you know, school leadership is vital to the success of all students. In honor of our campus principals, Thrall ISD is recognizing the positive contributions these secondary and elementary school leaders have made on student achievement in our District and community. Read more...
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Thrall Wins FFA "Stock the Trailer" Battle

Thrall and Thorndale FFA chapters once again teamed up to stock their trailer full of canned goods, non-perishables, and individually packed snacks to be donated to local food banks and other student meal programs. Thrall won this other Battle of 79, and your donations were appreciated! Read more...
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TISD Recognizes Human Resources Staff!

Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed Oct. 9, 2019, as Texas Education Human Resources Day—a day set aside to recognize and honor the important contributions made by school staff who work in human resources. Special thanks to our business department, office staff, and Human Resources personnel for making this process seamless for our folks! Read more...
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Graduates Earn All-State Journalism Awards

Class of 2019 graduates Amity Holubec, Kylie Sledge and Lindsay Dube earned recognitions as 2019 All-State Journalism Staff members from UIL in late August. This award was based on their achievements in journalism and yearbook competitions throughout their senior year. Read more...
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Drive Safe!

As millions of Texas children return to school, including our Thrall ISD students, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) reminds motorists and parents to take precautions to prevent traffic crashes and injuries in school zones and around school buses. Read more...
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Tax Rate 2019-20 Decreases

Thrall ISD adopted a total tax rate of $1.28 per “one hundred dollars” in taxable property value. That tax rate services a maintenance and operations budget of $1.068 and a debt service payment of $.219. The adopted rate represents a 10 cent decrease in the tax rate from 2018-2019. This year’s 86th legislature’s public school finance reform served as the primary driver in the rate reduction. Specifically, HB 3 provided tax relief for property owners and additional state revenue to school Districts.
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