BLUE, WHITE & GRAY!
|Tuesday, October 25, 2016|
|Red Ribbon Week / Wear a hat or cap|
|Blood Drive - 10:00a - 3:00p|
|*HS VB @ Crawford - 5:00p|
|Wednesday, October 26, 2016|
|Red Ribbon Week / Wear tie dye|
|Picture Retakes/Fall Sports/Srs|
|PK-K to Pumpkin Patch - 9:30a - 1:00p|
|1st-2nd to Pumpkin Patch - 10:00a - 1:00p|
|Thursday, October 27, 2016|
|Red Ribbon Week / Wear Camo|
|JH FB HERE - 6:00p|
|JV FB HERE - 7:00p|
LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE
BLUE, WHITE & GRAY!
On April 18, 1906, the town of Covington held an election to determine if the town should incorporate for "free school purposes". Sixty-five votes were cast for incorporation and 15 votes were cast in opposition. Hill County Judge N.J. Smith then declared Covington to be "duly incorporate for free school purposes," the name of the incorporation being "Covington Independent School District."
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The mission of Covington Independent School District is to graduate responsible young adults with the knowledge and skills to achieve their goals by providing a learning environment that instills values, sense of purpose and pride in our Covington owl heritage.
The community of Covington is rural in nature and consists of small to medium-sized farms and ranches and is fast becoming a commuter bedroom community to the Metroplex. Located alongside Highway 171 in Hill County, it is about an hour south of Fort Worth and an hour north of Waco. The school consists of grades Pre-K through 12th. The district is composed of approximately 305 students.
The Covington Independent School District has been committed to providing excellence in education to its students since it was founded in 1906.
Equal Opportunity Policy: Covington ISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital or veteran status, or handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities in compliance with applicable federal and state laws.