“Old Time” Spring Carnival on Saturday, April, 2nd at Temple High School

TEMPLE, Texas –

Come one, come all!

The annual Temple ISD "Old Time" Spring Carnival returns on Saturday, April 2nd from 11am - 3pm at Temple High School!

Once again, tickets are only 25 cents apiece, and all of the money raised benefits the United Way of Central Texas.

With dozens of games and activities and a lot of food, this is a fun, inexpensive event for the whole family!

Returning this year are favorites like the Live Reptile Show, the pony rides, the petting zoo, the dunking booth, a water slide, the cake walk, and all kinds of old time, fun carnival style games.

There will also be face painting, fake tattoos, craft making and a fun picture booth!

There is also a full schedule of performances from fine arts across Temple ISD, and the incredibly popular snack bar will be open for business.

Everyone is invited (not just Temple ISD) to join us on Saturday, April 2nd at Temple High School (415 N. 31st St.) for the annual "Old Time" Spring Carnival!

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TISD Motto: Offering families a GLOBAL education, right here in Central Texas
Temple ISD is a 5A school district with an early childhood academy (Pre-K), eight elementary schools (K-5), three middle schools (6-8) two high schools (9-12) and an alternative education campus. Temple ISD serves a very diverse student body of approximately 8,900 students and is the fourth largest employer in Temple with approximately 1,300 employees. Through the years, Temple ISD has produced 200 National Merit Scholar Award winners, including Black Achievement and Hispanic Recognition Scholars.

Communications Department

Matthew LeBlanc, Director
March 29th, 2016