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  • Battle of the Attoyac T-Shirt
    Timpson will be hosting the Garrison Bulldogs on Tuesday, November 28th. If you would like to purchase a "Battle of the Attoyac" shirt ($15,00 each), please see the attached order form. The deadline to order is Friday, 11/10.
  • LBV Regional Quarterfinals Champions!!!!
  • Pineywoods District Leadership Development Event was a Success!
    1st Place Senior Chapter Conducting - Area Advancement
    Team Members: President - Jacob Searcy Vice President - April Ramsey Secretary - Kayleigh Scroggins
    Treasurer - Madelyn Ramsey Reporter - Ashlynn Lindgren Sentinel - Ryan Golden Advisor - Hope Milford
    1st Place Junior Chapter Conducting - Area Advancement
    Team Members - President - Celeste Bush Vice President - Emma Ramsey Secretary - Briar Sample Treasurer - Celine Bush Reporter - Layci Jo Sample Sentinel - Logan Depaepe
    5th Place Jr. Quiz Team - Alexandra Fabian, Madison Fleming, Ty'eshia Johnson, Bethany Bridges
    Alexandra Fabian was 4th place High Point Individual
    Sr. Quiz Team - Jacob Searcy, Cara Searcy, Kayleigh Scroggins
    Farm Radio - Macey Jo Hanson, Jaxon Haislip, Sara Duke
    Sr. Creed Speaking - April Ramsey
    Jr. Creed Speaking - Layci Jo Sample
    Job Interview - Macey Jo Hanson

    Area Advancing Teams will compete on November 14th at SFASU!
  • THS Varsity Football State Playoff
    The Timpson High School varsity Bear football team will play Hull-Daisetta in the first round of bi-District play. Kick-off will be at 7:00 p.m. Thursday November 16 at Lumberjack Stadium at Diboll High School. Timpson is the Home team and admission is $5.00. Everyone is encouraged to travel to Diboll and support the Bears! Good luck Bears in Bi-District play.
  • Future Timpson Ballers
    Girls and Boys in Grades 1st_5th

    Click for more information.

    Students have an opportunity to learn and present their ball handling skills and drills during halftime of a varsity boy's home game!
    By signing up to become a Timpson's Future Baller your child will receive a basketball and a Timpson Bear Basketball t-shirt (pictured below) to use during their halftime performance. All levels and skill abilities welcome.
    Practices for the performance will be held on the following Sundays
    • December 3rd
    • December 10th
    • January 7th
    • January 14th

    Performances will be held on
    • January 16th_ A Tuesday night home game against San Augustine
    • January 19th - A Friday night home game against Chireno
    Timpson Future Ballers will...
    • Create an early interest in basketball and sports
    • Encourage the development of ball handling skills
    • Improve agility, physical skills, and general fitness
    • Stimulate individual work ethic and self-discipline
    • Build self-confidence

    $25 per player

    $20 per player for multiple children in same family

    Click for more information.
  • FFA Send Off
    The Timpson FFA had a big send off to compete in the Area contest in Nacogdoches. Mrs. Penny Ramsey, who organized the send-off, said “I want to say a big thank you for everyone who helped FFA with their send-off. Thank you to Mr. Lindgren, Mr. Smith and Mr. Carrington for allowing us to have this. Thank you to Mr. Fred in letting the bus park in front of the Elementary. Thank you to the following people for bringing items for the goody bags: Mrs. Tinkle, Mrs. Jourden and Coach Jourden, Stefanie Wagstaff, Danielle Smith, Debbie Golden, Janie Raines, Stephanie Jamar, Cathy Windham, Cindy Bush, and Robin Hooper. Thank you to everyone who made this possible. Also, a big shout out to all of Timpson ISD students and staff who were out cheering them on. I also want to thank Mr. Kent Graham, Mrs. Kim Graham, Mrs. Ginger Lee, Mrs. Solomon plus Mrs. Daniels and Mr. Dupnik and the Bear Band. Thank you so much for everything.”
  • Holiday Mail for Heroes Project
    The Family and Consumer Sciences and Art classes at Timpson High School recently participated in the Holiday Mail for Heroes project. Students wrote messages to the military that will be delivered during the holiday season. Local veterans judged the messages and chose the top ten that were then narrowed down to first, second and third place winners. The winners were 1st place-Connor LaVoie, 2nd place-Jaycee Campbell, and 3rd place-Madenline Binning. The messages are included below.
    1st place-Connor LaVoie
    Dear Service Member,
    I would like to wish you happy holidays! Thank you for defending our country. I pray that you will be safe and succeed in your mission. I understand that war is a scary thing, so I also pray that God will be with you and that you know that you are being protected. I hope that you will come home to family and friends unharmed and maybe even in time for the holidays. Again, thank you for your service. We are all praying for you.

    2nd place-Jaycee Campbell
    Dear Service Member,
    Just saying “thank you” isn’t enough for your sacrifice and dedication. So I’m sending prayers, hugs and well wishes to you for the holidays. Your bravery and service is more than we can ask for. Words can’t explain how important your service is to our country. We are praying that God watches over you and your family. Our nation is honored to have you serving and we want you to know that we love you!

    3rd place-Madenline Binning
    Dear Service Members,
    I would like to take the time to say thank you for your courage and dedication to our country. I am happy to say that in this card you will find my love and gratitude for the holiday season. I hope you all get to find your way home to be with friends and family. Know that we love you and there is not a day that goes by that you are not in our hearts. I am so grateful for the sacrifice that you give for me. May God bless you, keep you safe, and bring you lots of joy. Most importantly, let him bring you home for the laughter this holiday season will bring.
  • Veterans’ Day
    Timpson ISD and American Legion Post 90 hosted a Veterans Day Program on Friday November 10. Cheerleaders and twirlers escorted Veterans into the program to a standing ovation by a full gym of students, staff and community members. The Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) led by Mr. Vernett Richardson presented the Colors in an impressive ceremony. Kindergarten, fourth graders and seniors presented cards, flags and letters to the veterans. Mr. Fred Wilcox gave an emotional, impressive speech explaining the history of Veterans’ Day and the sacrifices made by veterans in service to their country. Students Seth Duke, Celeste Bush, Celine Bush, Ashlyn Lindgren and Black Johnson presented readings expressing appreciation for our veterans. Jim Crump of Post 90 presented a flag to Timpson ISD Superintendent Mid Johnson to show the veterans appreciation for the district’s support of the veterans. The Timpson High School staff honored veterans and their spouses with a luncheon in their honor in the library.
  • Veterans’ Day
    Timpson ISD and American Legion Post 90 hosted a Veterans Day Program on Friday November 10. Cheerleaders and twirlers escorted Veterans into the program to a standing ovation by a full gym of students, staff and community members. The Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) led by Mr. Vernett Richardson presented the Colors in an impressive ceremony. Kindergarten, fourth graders and seniors presented cards, flags and letters to the veterans. Mr. Fred Wilcox gave an emotional, impressive speech explaining the history of Veterans’ Day and the sacrifices made by veterans in service to their country. Students Seth Duke, Celeste Bush, Celine Bush, Ashlyn Lindgren and Black Johnson presented readings expressing appreciation for our veterans. Jim Crump of Post 90 presented a flag to Timpson ISD Superintendent Mid Johnson to show the veterans appreciation for the district’s support of the veterans. The Timpson High School staff honored veterans and their spouses with a luncheon in their honor in the library.
  • Timpson Lady Bears Update
    The TLB Basketball Team played against PCA Tuesday night in Timpson. The JV Lady Bears beat PCA 40-36. They were led by Kay’Unna Curtis with 18 points and Johna Kruse with 11 points. The JV Lady Bears are 1-1 on the season. The Varsity Lady Bears beat PCA 66-7. They Lady Bears were led by Brylee Behrens with 15 points and Jaycee Campbell with 10 points. The Varsity Lady Bears are now 3-0 on the season. The Lady Bears will next play at Beckville Friday night with the JV beginning at 5pm. Over the Thanksgiving break, TLB will play JV and Varsity at Hemphill beginning at 1pm on Monday and Varsity only at 12pm in Central Heights on Tuesday.
  • Timpson Band Bake Sale
    The Timpson Band Boosters will hold a bake sale Wednesday Nov. 22. Click here for a flyer.
  • TISD NOTICE OF SPECIAL MONTHLY MEETING
    Notice is hereby given that on Monday, November 20, 2017, the Board of Trustees for the Timpson Independent School District will have a Special Meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Timpson Administration Building located at 836 Bear Drive in Timpson, Texas.



    AGENDA

    The subjects to be discussed or considered upon which any formal action may be taken, are as follows:
    I. Call to Order

    II. Invocation


    III. ITEMS OF BUSINESS

    1. ACTION ITEMS

    A. Consideration and Board Action, if any on Approval of Purchase of Real Property - §551.072

    IV. The Board of Trustees will conduct an Executive Session pursuant to the following provisions of
    Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Section 551.001 et seq.:

    551.072 Deliberation of the purchase, exchange, lease, or value or real property if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the
    governmental body in negotiations with a third person

    1. REAL PROPERTY

    a. Purchase of Real Property


    V. RETURN TO OPEN SESSION

    VI. ADJOURN
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