Lewisville ISD welcomed back the Hebron High School feeder schools in preparation for the 2022-23 school year by hosting a faculty and staff pep rally at the HHS arena on August 5.
The 14 schools in the feeder pattern were joined by staff from TECC-West and district Special Education departments. The HHS feeder pattern includes: Hebron High School, the HHS 9th Grade Campus, Arbor Creek MS, Creek Valley MS, Killian MS, Castle Hills ES, Coyote Ridge ES, Hebron Valley ES, Hicks ES, Homestead ES, Independence ES, Indian Creek ES, Memorial ES and Polser ES. District leadership and administration also filled the sideline of the arena.
Superintendent Dr. Lori Rapp and HHS principal Amy Boughton addressed the crowd while Hebron High School’s drumline, band, cheerleaders and Silver Wings dance team provided school spirit and performances throughout the event.
HHS math department chair Cameron Casalini served as the emcee for the pep rally. Hebron student leaders Melody Ebrahimi, Rahil Tanvir and Kate Rapp also spoke to the crowd, each sharing their unique experiences in the HHS feeder pattern.
The event concluded with the singing of the Hebron fight song and alma mater.
Click here for a full gallery of photos from the 2022 HHS Feeder Pattern Pep Rally.
LISD’s first day of school for the 2022-23 school year is scheduled for Wednesday, August 10.
From the beginning, Lewisville Independent School District has committed to ensuring all students—your children—have the resources they need and want to ultimately thrive in a future they create. Follow Lewisville ISD on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see more student experiences throughout the school year or visit Best Schools in Texas for more information about joining the LISD family.