Waxahachie ISD Interim Superintendent David S. Truitt announced the launching of the Inaugural Senior Citizens Tour, which will serve to educate the district’s “mature friends” on the fantastic programs and initiatives taking place in our schools.   

The day will include a walking tour of various campuses, entertainment by students, and a closer look into today’s academics.   

The tour is open to Waxahachie ISD residents who are 55 years of age and over.

The inaugural Senior Citizens Tour will be held on Thursday, Oct. 17 from 8:15 a.m. – 3: 15 p.m. and will begin and end at Stuart B. Lumpkins stadium.  

The tour, which includes transportation, will be stopping at the following locations: Waxahachie Global High, Howard Junior High, Felty Elementary and Stuart B. Lumpkins Stadium.   

A continental breakfast and light lunch will be served. The Senior Citizens Tour is absolutely free; however, space is limited and reservations are required.  

 “We are thrilled to launch the Waxahachie ISD Senior Citizens Tour,” said Interim Superintendent David S. Truitt.  “Our goal as a district has always been to stay connected with our community members and to keep them engaged and informed of the great things happening in Waxahachie ISD. We value our senior citizens as they have laid the cornerstone for our school district to experience success in the 21st century.”  

To make your reservation, contact the Waxahachie ISD Administration building at 972-923-4631 or email Linda Murphree at lmurphree@wisd.org.   

Reservations must be received by Wednesday, Oct. 8 to guarantee your spot.   For more information on the 2013 Waxahachie ISD Senior Citizens Tour, contact Dr. Nicole Mansell, Director of Public Relations, at nmansell@wisd.org