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Tiger Band Wins Sweepstakes!

Tiger Band earned all 1s - Superior ratings - from all judges at the UIL Concert & Sightreading Contest on Wed., March 6, at the Jerry Fay Wilhelm Center for the Performing Arts Center in Bastrop.
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Trauma Kits for Classrooms!

On Wednesday, Jan. 30, 100 trauma kits were assembled by a large group of TISD students, staff, SHAC members and other community volunteers. These trauma kits are an extension of Thrall ISD's Stop the Bleed training provided for its staff, and the kits will be placed in TISD classrooms. These trauma kit parts were purchased with donations from many individuals and groups. We appreciate your donations to make these kits possible as they can serve a life-saving purpose, if needed. Read more...
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Elementary & MS are UIL Champions-Scores & Photos UPDATED!

Thrall Elementary and Middle School both took 1st Place overall at the UIL Contest in Thorndale on Thursday, Dec. 20 earning them the title of 2018 UIL Champions! Congratulations to all of these students and their UIL coaches! Elementary and Middle School individual and team results are now available below...
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Kramer & van Til Earn Seats in All-State Band!

Emma Kramer and Alex van Til both took 1st Chair positions at Area Band Competition on Jan. 12 and earned seats in the Association of Texas Small School Concert Band. Thrall is the only 2A/3A/4A school from our region who is sending more than one student to All-State Band. Read more for other Area Band results...
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Miner & Dickens Crowned Harvest Festival King & Queen!

Easton Miner and Addison Dickens, 2nd grade students, were crowned Harvest Festival 2018 King & Queen at the Coronation Ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 3. Approximately $31,000 was raised by all grade levels from raffle ticket sales and monetary donations. TCEF and TISD greatly appreciate everyone's support of Harvest Festival 2018! Read more...
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