Monday, October 18, 2021

Get in the Holiday Spirit with 20 Days of Holiday Cheer

Make it a December to remember with our 20 Days of Holiday Cheer events December 1 – 20! Join us for some of your favorites such as our collectible Home for the Holidays ornament pick up, Breakfast with Santa and the snow hill. Also, look out for some new experiences, like the first-ever Holiday Cheer Parade.
20 Days of Cheer Calendar
For more information on these safe and fun holiday experiences, go to:
Please be aware that dates and events are subject to change.

Carroll ISD’s Homecoming Parade – Street Closures

Carroll ISD is having their 2015 homecoming parade; carnival and pep rally this Wednesday, October 7th at 6:30 p.m. in Town Square. The Southlake Police and Public Works departments will have the parade route and side roads blocked off by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday evening.

Southlake Police Officers have mapped out the parade route which will begin at Division and Grand Ave., by Barnes and Noble, and wind along Grand Ave. – making a right on to Fountain Place and another right, behind Williams and Sonoma, and finally a last right on to Main Street – stopping in front of Town Square.

The parade is scheduled to last approximately 45 minutes. Streets will begin to reopen as the parade ends in front of Town Hall on the south side. The pep rally will also be staged at this location.

If you would like to watch the parade you can find additional parking in the east or west garages and walk to Grand Ave. Additional handicapped parking will be available behind The Buckle store near the east garage. Please allow yourself plenty of time to get into place so that you can enjoy CISD’s Homecoming 2015 – Candy Land: How Sweet it is to be a Dragon!


Spotlight on Carroll Homecoming 2014

Lights, Camera,DragonsThe annual Carroll Dragon Homecoming Carnival, Parade and Pep Rally returns to Southlake Town Square later this month. The event is fundraiser, hosted by the Carroll Senior High School Student Council will be Thursday, Sept. 25 in Rustin Park. This year’s theme is “Lights, Camera, Dragons”.

StuCo, district administrators and volunteers have been hard at work planning the combined event to offer Dragons of all ages fun games and activities. The Homecoming Carnival begins at 4:30 p.m. with booths run by student groups, bounce houses and sponsored games. The Homecoming Parade begins at 6:30 p.m. and the Pep Rally will begin immediately following the parade.

This entire event is a fundraiser for Student Council and sponsorships are available.  Click here for more information, including how to become a Homecoming 2014 sponsor.

The 2014 Homecoming game will kick-off at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26 at Dragon Stadium against the Abilene Eagles. This game is a match up against two class 6A power houses, so be sure to mark your calendars for this annual event and plan ahead to be a part of this celebration.

When: Saturday, Sept. 27
Where: Gaylord Texan
Time: 7:30-11:30 p.m.
Tickets: Purchase online here.

Slideshow: Carroll Elementary School Storybook Parade

Faculty and students at Carroll Elementary School dressed as their favorite storybook character and hit the sidewalk on Friday, Nov. 1 for the annual Storybook Parade. Led by the Carroll Dragon Band Drumline, teachers and students walked the parade route near the school in costume carrying the storybook of choice. A photo slideshow of the parade is below.

Homecoming 2013 In Town Square: What You Need To Know

Homecoming is an exciting time of school spirit and fun for the Carroll Dragons. This year’s activities include a carnival, parade and pep rally in Southlake Town Square on Wednesday, September 25, the varsity Homecoming game Friday night, September 27 at Dragon Stadium and a Homecoming Dance for Carroll high school students on Saturday.

There are some important details about the Homecoming 2013 event in Town Square. Details are listed below.

The carnival begins at 4:30 and ends at 6:30 p.m. There will be overlap, so those organizations who are in both should ensure that there are volunteers to keep the booth open once the parade line-up begins.  Each organizations or business who reserved a booth will get the following provided:  10 by 10 tent weighted down by sandbags, table and two chairs. The tents will be set up beginning at 10 a.m. on the day fo the event. Groups are encouraged to be at Town Square by 4 p.m. to get their booth ready for Dragon families. The money you make at your booth is yours!  This is a great fundraising opportunity for our student and parent organizations. Activities so far incude a dunking booth, bounce houses, face painting, carnival food, a cake walk, balloon darts, and more! Clean up at your booth area at the close of the carnival is your responsibility. Leave all tents, chairs and tables at the spot. Please clean up trash and use the receptacles provided, including the recyling bins!

Participants in the parade are Carroll ISD student groups in grades 7-12. Each K-6 campus is permitted one parade entry, too. The parade will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. from the parking lot behind Trulucks and Barnes & Noble (north parking lot). Each group will be emailed a specific parade number and location to line-up. Vehicles can be placed at the spot and locked beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday morning. All parade entries should be at their spot ready for safety checks at 6 p.m. The parade will pull out from the parking lot, head south between Brio and Taco Dinner, continuing past the Coach store and turning by Anthropologie. The parade will continue past the Apple store and Starbucks and turn in front of the Gazebo. Do not stop at the gazebo, but continue on through the parking lot behind Corner Bakery. Administrators and School Resource officers will be present at that site to help ensure pedestrians safely get to the pep rally on the steps of Town Hall. No candy or items are to be thrown out because of the safety of our small parade atendees. Those walking along the parade route may hand items to the people along the parade route, but no items should be thrown out to the crowds. Click here to find parade waivers for adults and students. Waivers must be turned in before participation in the parade.

The parking spaces along the parade route will close at 5 p.m. Signage will warn shoppers and visitors to Southlake Town Square. Patrons will likely want to avoid these parking spaces in the late afernoon. Please use the parking garages – they are your best option for parking. Expect traffic around Southlake Town Square during Homecoming activities; plan plenty of time to get to the parade line-up area. If you are not at the carnival, we suggest using the service road along Highway 114 to access the parade line-up parking lot.

Pep Rally:
Student Council will host the pep rally immediately after the close of the parade. The pep rally will be held near Southlake Town Hall. Areas will be roped off for the high school band, cheerleaders, football team, Emerald Belles and Crew.  The Homecoming Court will be announced on the steps of Town Hall and the winners will be crowned at this event. Once the pep rally is over, the Homecoming events at Town Square on Wednesday, Sept 25 are over.

Info Booth/First Aid:
There will be a Student Council information booth and a first aid booth between the Fountain and Pavillion in Rustin Park. The Homecoming Planning Committee will have basic first aid services, a lost and found and DEET insect repellent wipes for those needing assistance. Fire and Police Personnel will be on site during this event.

Portable restrooms will be available at the carnival site and at the parade line-up area.

Inclement Weather Plan:
We will do our best to have this event, weather permitting. We do not have an alternate rain date if the event is canceled. In light of the recent positive mosquito samples for West Nile Virus, please Fight the Bite. Be sure to protect your children and family with insect repellent that includes DEET. Although 80 percent of the people who have West Nile Virus never even experience symptoms, we want all our Dragon families to take the City of Southlake’s precautions and advice serious!  Visit the City of Southlake website for more information about steps to Fight the Bite.

Carroll ISD and the Student Council are proud to announce this year’s Homecoming Sponsors!  Special thanks to Grubbs Infiniti, Frost Bank, Sushi Zushi and Re/MAX Heritage (agent Tim Nystrom) for their support of this year’s carnival, parade and pep rally. Corporate Booth Sponsors also include Cafe Express, Pie Five Pizza Company, Southlake Style Magazine/Simply Sundress, Republic Services and Advanced Spine & Orthopedics, Southlake. The funds raised for this event will benefit the Carroll Student Council. For additional information about event sponsors, click here.

Get Ready for the Annual CISD Parade!

A quick reminder that Carroll ISD’s annual homecoming parade is on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.  The parade will start at 6:30 p.m. at the northwest corner of Town Square but keep in mind that many streets will already be blocked off before that time to prepare for the parade. The entire northwest parking lot of Town Square will be blocked off beginning Tuesday evening around midnight.

Before the parade gets underway kids and their families can check out the homecoming carnival from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Fountain Place. It promises to be a night of fun and festivities and will get everyone in the homecoming spirit.

Southlake Police Officers, EMS/Paramedics and our citizen volunteers will be stationed along the parade route as well as in Town Square for any parade-goers who need assistance.  Officers will also be working to monitor traffic and to ensure the safety of citizens during the parade.

Please be sure to allow plenty of time for parking and plan your route ahead of time to avoid delays.



Homecoming 2013: Carnival, Parade and Pep Rally

The Carroll Senior High School Student Council, district administrators and volunteers have been hard at work planning a combined Homecoming Carnival, Parade and Pep Rally at Southlake Town Square on Wednesday, Sept. 25 in Rustin Park. This year’s theme will be “Under the Sea”. A short video promoting the big event is posted at the bottom of this story.

The entire event begins at 4:30 p.m. with a Homecoming Carnival. There will be carnival booths featuring student groups and sponsors, with activities for all ages. Some of the games include a bean bag toss, face painting, balloon darts, bounce houses and much more. The Homecoming Parade begins at 6:30 p.m. with the Pep Rally to begin immediately following the parade. For more event details, click here.

This entire event is a fundraiser for Student Council and sponsorships are available. Grubbs Infiniti is the event’s vehicle sponsor and members of the Homcoming Court will ride in Grubbs vehicles in the parade. Frost Bank will sponsor the Dragon Varsity Football team float and Sushi Zushi is sponsoring the Dragon Band float. The Entertainment Zone is sponsored by Re/Max Heritage Tim NystromAdditional sponsors include, Advanced Spine & Orthopedic, Republic Service, Southlake Style, Simply Sunless and Pie Five Pizza.  Cafe Express will be serving food at the event, as well as other restaurants located within Town Square.  Click here for more information, including how to become a Homecoming 2013 sponsor.

The 2013 Homecoming game will kick-off at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27 at Dragon Stadium against the Keller Central Chargers. This game is typically a sell-out, so be sure to mark your calendars for this annual event and plan ahead to be a part of this celebration.

Homecoming 2013: Return To Town Square from Carroll Dragon TV on Vimeo.

Slideshow: Parade Of Champions 2012