School is back in session and there is good news for Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District: Enrollment numbers are up for 2015-2016. As of last Friday, total enrollment for the school district was at 4,699 students, up 217 from last year’s Average Daily Attendance (ADA) of 4,482.
It is time once again for Palomino Fest, the biggest annual concert series, professional rodeo, and carnival in Uvalde. The event starts today at Uvalde County Fairplex. Palomino Fest features three days of music, four days of carnival fun – including rides, games, food and a petting zoo – a professional rodeo, parade, fitness competition, and trail ride.
Churches, clubs, schools, organizations and others will receive credentials to be used to designate a person as the voting delegate. Forms must be presented at registration, with all forms completed and notarized. These will enable the representatives of each organization to vote and participate in the business of cooperative.
Everyone get out their competitive spirit and win cash at the Walters 2015 Annua Car Cruz on October 3, 2015 by entering the Twist Contest, Car Hop Relay, Bubble Gum Blowing Contest, and Mask Decorating Contest.
Students at Flores Middle School peruse lists to find their teachers before the first day of school officially begins. While students knew which academy they belonged to ahead of time, they did not know their homeroom until Monday when classes began at all Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District campuses.