feb. 24 - shs track @ fort stockton - check schedule

mar. 2 - mar. 3 - SHS Tennis see schedule
mar. 2 - SHS Track and Field see schedule
mar. 3 - SJHS Track and Field see schedule
mar. 5 - Life Center to Present see schedule
mar. 6 - BB Regional History Fair see schedule
mar. 6 - SHS Tennis see schedule
mar. 8 - SHS TEnnis see schedule
mar. 8 - SJHS Track and Field see schedule
mar. 9 - SHS Track and Field see schedule
mar. 12 - mar. 16 - Spring Break - no school
mar. 15 - SHS Tennis see schedule
mar. 16 - 3-17-18 SHS Tennis see schedule
mar. 20 - SHS Academic Meet see schedule
mar. 22 - SJH Track and Field see schedule
mar. 23 - Teacher workday - Student Holiday
mar. 24 - SHS Track and Field see schedule
mar. 27 - 3-28-18 - SHS Tennis see schedule
mar. 29 - SJHS District Track and Field see schedule
mar. 30 - School Holiday - No School
February is History Month at Terrell County Museum
Spring is a good time for hiking in Terrell County

TCsID School Events Calendar   pdf for download

tcisd track schedule  tennis schedule  bookfair


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Coming up...

Chamber Meeting ~ Last Tuesday ~ 12:00pm
 Terrell County Convention Center
P.O. Box 734 ~ Sanderson, TX 79848

February is History Month at the Terrell county Museum
Here are some articles on Terrell County history you may find interesting:

Cactus Capital of Texas

Cactus Capital Hiking Trail 

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The 1.7 mile Cactus Capital Hiking Trail winds around the hills northwest of Sanderson to give a magnificent bird’s-eye view of our little valley. The trail begins with a kiosk and visitor information at the corner of 1st and Mansfield Street. Following a white line painted on the street, the entrance to the trail proper is at School and Mansfield, at the foot of Old Baldy, also humorously known as Hominy Hill. Climbing up from the valley floor one is afforded a spectacular view of Sanderson and the Terrell County Eagle Stadium. Then the trail descends to the Eagle track field, crosses the canyon and back up to the mountain top for another spectacular view. The trail ends at the foot of Javelina Hill just off Wilson and Pine. Along the way, small signs identify the unique flora found in our county. Park benches are spotted at intervals for those needing a breather. Hikers must bring water with them...there is no water on the trail. Public restrooms may be found at the Terrell County Courthouse or the Terrell County Visitor Center at 2nd and Oak (Hwy. 90.)

The trail was provided as part of a parks improvement program funded in part by a $180,000 matching grant from the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife and by a half-cent venue tax approved by Terrell County voters in 2000. Crews from American YouthWorks of Austin, an AmeriCorps program for youths and young adults, created the trail in 2007. 

Terrell County and Sanderson are proud to present the Cactus Capital Hiking Trail. Named for the official state designation for Terrell County, we are the Cactus Capital of Texas. Our unique landscape has more species of cacti than anywhere else but Mexico. Five different biomes come together in this, the fourth largest county in Texas, and each has its own, typical cacti species. The Chihuahua Desert, the Edwards Plateau, the Great Plains, the Sonora Desert and the South Texas Scrub region collide in a spectacular landscape of canyons, mesas and mountains, with Terrell County at its heart.

The Sanderson Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting a wonderful life style with clean air, best-tasting water, striking desert panoramas and the sounds and sights of nature around you. If you enjoy these things, we invite you to come and discover a better way to live. Come visit, open your own business, or vacation in our area and see for yourself.

Sanderson Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to Sanderson, Terrell County, texas