***LOCATION CHANGED TO THE HIGH SCHOOL
DUE TO FORECAST OF SEVERE WEATHER***
DUE TO FORECAST OF SEVERE WEATHER***
Excelsior Springs Tiger students of all ages will be celebrating their learning in the streets of downtown Excelsior Springs during Second Friday’s on April 13th! In the first ever Tiger Fest, this event is meant to connect the community with our youth who are showcasing what they have to offer.
Nic Vasquez, Choir Director at the Excelsior Springs Middle School, is currently putting together a lineup of vocal and instrumental performances with the choir and band classes. Other activities scheduled include project displays of student work, bake sales from the Family and Consumer Science classes, special education students selling concessions, robots from the Robotics team, activities surrounding learning in the classroom, a dunk tank and more!
Jeff Manning’s high school marketing class students will be putting together the promotions surrounding the event, working in partnership with the Excelsior Springs Educational Foundation. Foundation Director Courtney Cole stated:
“When the idea of having a festival for our students was proposed, I knew this was something the foundation would want to be a part of. Having the opportunity to showcase our students to the community that supports them is directly aligned with the mission and vision of the educational foundation. This is something to get excited about!”
Groups currently scheduled to participate include: Adult and Community Education, Mrs. Vaughan’s English Classes, Middle School FCCLA, Flag Committee, High School Special Education, Cross Country Team, Robotics/TSA, ESHS Physics, Hankin’s Advisory, Westview Student Council, ESHS Tiger Cheerleading, ESMS Girls on the Run, ESMS Student Leadership, Middle School Functional/Transitional Classes, ESMS Choir, HVAC, ESMS Guitar, High School Basketball, ESMS Physical Education, Music Performances of all ages, Electrical Trades, SkillsUSA, 3 Dimensional Art 1 & amp; 2, Computer Technology, Carpentry, Automotive, Captain Potter’s Fire/EMT, and First Grade Teams, Rainbow Tigers, Excelsior Springs Educational Foundation, and Excelsior Springs Alumni Association.
Thank You to our Tiger Fest Sponsors!
• Tiger Pride Level •
• Gold Level •
Edward Jones – Brian Yarbrough
Elms Hotel & Spa
Excelsior Springs Hospital
Excelsior Springs McDonald’s
Gregg Williams Foundation
Tray and Kelly Harkins
• Black Level •
Broadway Bar & Grill
Casey's General Store
ESHS Class of 2014
Excelsior Springs Family Dentistry
Excelsior Springs Standard and Town & Country Leader
Four Horses and a Dog Winery
Griffey Insurance Agency
Kex Rx Pharmacy
MAGNA – Intier Automotive
Mill Inn Restaurant
Miller’s Custom Cabinets
MLIS Computers, LLC
Roberts Robinson Chevrolet Buick GMC
Shelter Insurance – Billy Hale
Signature Solid Surface
Slightly Off Broadway Theatre
State Representative T.J. Berry
• Tiger Fest Friend •
Alterations & Custom Sewing
Bobkorn Kettle Corn
Excelsior Springs Community Center
Excelsior Springs Job Corps
Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives
Fence Stile Vineyards & Winery
Gold ‘N Treasures
Good Samaritan Center
Inn on Crescent Lake
John & Molly McGovern
Kevin Morgan Photography
Mid-Continent Public Library – Excelsior Springs Branch
Molly Roberts Studio
New Dawn Fiber
Uptown Roots Salon
Show Me Ziplines
TK Remodeling & Renovations
Westlake Ace Hardware
Willow Spring Mercantile
Want to add your name as a sponsor of this great event? Contact Courtney Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Student Group Sign Up
Sign up your class or student activity group to participate in Tiger Fest! We are encouraging Tigers of all ages to be a part of this event!
Whether you're demonstrating what you've learned in the classroom or showing off our Tiger's talents, this is your opportunity to shine before the
Sponsor Tiger Fest!
Become a sponsor for Tiger Fest!
All proceeds raised will go back to supporting the
Excelsior Springs School District!
Sponsorships are currently being sought by the Excelsior Springs Educational Foundation Director Courtney Cole. Please contact her at
816-630- 9200 x1110 or
email@example.com for questions.
Contact and Info
With over 30 groups signed up already to participate, Tiger Fest is expected to be made into an annual event for the district.
For more information on the event, visit the Ex Spgs Educational Foundation’s Facebook page by clicking here.