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North Texas Homecomings are Here, Mark Your Calendars!

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School has started and with the promise of Fall around the corner, the days are getting shorter. Which means North Texas Homecomings will be here before we know it!

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD (GCISD) Grapevine High School & Colleyville Heritage High School

GHS Homecoming – Friday, September 27th @ 7 pm against Carrollton Creekview HS. 

CHHS Homecoming – Friday, October 4th @ 7 pm against Carrollton Creekview HS. 

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD (HEB ISD) L.D. Bell High School, Trinity High School

Bell Homecoming – Friday, October 11th @ 7:30 pm against Richland HS. 

Trinity Homecoming – Friday, October 4th @ 7 pm against San Angelo HS. 

Keller ISD (KISD) Keller High School, Keller Timber Creek, Keller Central High School, Fossil Ridge High School 

Keller HS Homecoming – Thursday, September 12th @ 7 pm against Grand Prairie HS. 

Timber Creek Homecoming – Friday, September 13th @ 7 pm against Mesquite HS.  

Central Homecoming – Friday, October 18th @ 7 pm against Eaton HS. 

Fossil Ridge Homecoming – Thursday, October 13th @ 7 pm against Eaton HS. 

Birdville ISD (BISD) Birdville High School, Haltom High School, Richland High School

Birdville Homecoming – Friday, September 6th @ 7 pm against 

Little Elm HS.  

Haltom Homecoming – Friday, September 20th @ 7 pm against North Mesquite HS. 

Richland Homecoming – Friday, September 13th @ 7:30 pm Rockwall Heath HS. 

Northwest ISD (NWISD) Northwest HS, Byron Nelson HS, V.R. Eaton HS 

Northwest HS Homecoming – Friday, October 18th @ 7 pm against Polytechnic HS. 

Byron Nelson Homecoming – Friday, October 4th @ 7 pm.

VR Eaton HS Homecoming – Friday, October 11th @ 7 pm.

Carroll ISD (CISD) Carroll Senior High School

Carroll Homecoming – Friday, October 25th @ 7 pm against Byron Nelson HS. 

Mums, a Texas Tradition with a New Twist

Want to encourage your kiddos to do something different this homecoming season? We all know mums are a Texas tradition and they seem to get bigger every year. But this year, why not opt to help a family in need instead?


MUMZ4KIDZ is an organization that blossomed from the passion of four Carroll high school students in 2013. Deciding to ditch the expensive mums for the homecoming game. These students decided to donate to Youth World fed sixteen families and wore shirts to raise awareness for Youth World in South Dallas.

In five years, they have raised $126,121. MUMZ4KIDZ has given groceries to a total of 2,216 families for Thanksgiving & Christmas. In addition to this, 1,500 children have received groceries during Spring Break. They are entering the 6th year and are excited to see what they can do with 126 ambassadors sharing the vision across the Metroplex.