Once a Warrior & Cherokee,
Always a Warrior & Cherokee!
Looking for a way to give back to your community and leave a legacy?
Your graduating class may want to consider giving back to your alma mater with a contribution to the Education Foundation. Funds will be awarded to teachers for classroom programs that inspire future generations of Warriors and Cherokees.
Giving a dollar for each year since you graduated or last attended TM is an easy way to give. For example, "$10 for Ten" or "$30 for 30" . . . that is $10 for the 10th year reunion; $30 for the 30th year reunion and so on.
Of course, alumni donations to the Foundation are accepted in any amount at any time throughout the year and are tax-deductible. Donate on-line using the secure PayPal site by clicking on the button below. We also accept major credit cards, or you can send checks or money orders made to:
TMISD Education Foundation
PMB 1013, 11101-9 Leopard St.
Corpus Christi, TX 78410
TM Class of ‘65 remembers classmates
with Foundation contribution
They came from Alaska, Montana, Nebraska and Florida, Corpus Christi and points throughout Texas to reunite with classmates.
Many hadn’t seen each other in 50 years when they last crossed the stage together as members of the Tuloso-Midway High School Class of 1965.
The entire class was 83 members strong, but on this June 2015 weekend 13 were missing. In the midst of all the fun of getting re-acquainted, the group took time to remember their deceased classmates through stories told and fond times remembered. In the spirit of giving back to their alma mater, they also agreed to make a contribution to the Tuloso-Midway Education Foundation in memory of their friends who had passed on.
The Class of 1965 50th Reunion Memorial Contribution of $308.00 was given to the Foundation in memory of Michael Adkison, Phillip Cain, Vincent Cain, Jack Gray, Roy Hoffer, Karen McAllister Kincaid, James Joseph Knesek, Laura Joan Koronczok, Larry Lovelace, Margaret Todd Stewart, Thomas Turner, Charlie Tyra and Patricia Walker.
“Everyone agreed this was a great way to give back and an appropriate tribute to our classmates,” said Jim Fairbairn, one of the reunion organizers.