Tomball ISD debuted a new program in early October for residents in the district age 60 and older to receive free admission to TISD athletic events and fine arts performances. (Courtesy Lockwood, Andrews and Newnam Inc.)
Tomball ISD debuted a new program in early October for residents in the district age 60 and older to receive free admission to TISD athletic events and fine arts performances, according to an announcement from the district.
Called the "Super Senior" card, eligible residents can show a valid ID with a home address and file an application at the Tomball ISD Central Administration Building, located at 310 S. Cherry St., or at the Tomball Event Center, located at 20235 Cypress Rosehill Road. Residents can visit either location between 8-11 a.m. or 1-3 p.m. Monday through Friday to file an application, which can be printed off online.
Free admission to TISD events does not include playoff games, fundraisers or any sold-out performances or events, according to the district announcement.
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