DENISON 5K FOR KINDNESS
Thank you all!
The 5th Annual Denison ISD was a huge success and we owe it all
to our amazing sponsors and volunteers!
Stay tuned for next year's event information!
5K for Kindness
was a great day
of fun for all
Here are the images from the 4th annual Denison ISD 5K for Kindness..
We are respectfully asking all Denison ISD Personnel and Event Volunteers who will be involved in the DISD 5K for Kindness to park in the following areas:
DHS Faculty Parking (Directly in front of the DHS Main Entrance) or DHS Gym/Theater/Tennis Parking (Directly behind the school)
Due to an athletic construction project, there are a limited number of parking spaces in the parking lot nearest the starting line. That is the parking lot that is just west of the Indoor Athletic Facility.
Our small gesture of parking farther away so that our guests may park closer is a display of kindness. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation! It’s great to be a Yellowjacket!
Race Day Info
If Good Weather…
Registration will occur under the First United Tent that will be west of the concession stand outside of the fence.
Award presentation will occur near the finish line. Sound system and awards will be placed on sidewalk between baseball and football practice field.
Water Station is at half way point. It is marked on course map.
If Bad Weather…
Registration will occur in the concession stand.
Award presentation will occur in the multi-purpose athletic complex.
Water Station is at halfway point. It is marked on course map.
Be a part of something special!
Beginning in 2019, the 5K for Kindness will serve to remember our beloved Rachel Ramer, Scott Middle School Algebra Teacher, who so bravely battled leukemia for the past 3 years. A portion of the proceeds will be used to establish an endowed scholarship in Rachel’s memory. Profits will also be donated to the Denison Education Foundation & the Boys and Girls Club of Denison.
Please take a moment to view the video below that highlights the life of Rachel Ramer through the thoughts and memories shared by some of her former students. Special thanks to Denison HS senior Gracie Gardner for her outstanding production of this video.