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October 5th designated as “Kerrville Teacher’s Day”

todayOctober 4, 2021

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Kerrville Mayor Bill Blackburn issued on Monday a proclamation naming Tuesday, October 5 as “Kerrville Teacher’s Day,” and urged all citizens to join him in honoring these educators and their contributions to the community.

The mayor was joined by teachers from all of the Kerrville Independent School District’s campuses, as well as KISD Superintendent Dr. Mark Faust at a ceremony Monday morning.

Local leaders mentioned #Teacherscan, which is a statewide movement supported by 125 partnering businesses and organizations committed to elevating the teaching profession and honoring the critical role teachers play in the success of Texas. The proclamation also described the countless hours, resilience, adaptability and creativity teachers demonstrated during the COVID-19 crisis.

Kerrville Teachers Day is to serve as a reminder of how much teacher quality matters to students and their respective futures.


Written by: Michelle Layton

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