Once Again a FANTASTIC Harvest Festival

 Thrall Community Education Foundation is proud to announce the 2021 Harvest Festival grossed $36,945.78 in raffle ticket sales and donations, $6,000 in sponsorships and $8,687 in silent auction sales.  TCEF warmly thanks all those that supported Harvest Festival!

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to the 2021 Harvest Festival Queen & King

Allyson Zycha & Easton Ford

3rd Grade

All raffle prize winners have been contacted and all prizes have been claimed.

To see more 2021 Harvest Festival Coronation pictures 

The origins of the Harvest Festival date back to the 1920s.  During the 1940s, Thrall Schools held Halloween Carnivals.  Each class elected a Queen and raised money in a variety of ways, from coffee socials to bake sales.


In 2014, the Thrall Community Education Foundation (TCEF) brought the Harvest Festival back to the Thrall community.  The student body at each grade level nominates a queen and king candidate from their grade. With the help of their classmates, these candidates raise funds in a variety of ways from monetary donations from family members, raffle ticket sales, to proceeds from auction sales.  The candidate couple raising the highest amount of funds are crowned Harvest Festival Queen and King at the coronation ceremony at the conclusion of the festival.  All monies collected from Harvest Festival are deposited into the TCEF account.  TCEF funding priorities are student scholarships, classroom initiatives, and professional development.  TCEF is a 501(c)(3) organization.