More than one thousand Warrior faithful gathered at Tuloso-Midway High School for the second annual Homecoming Parade and burning of the school letters.
The event kicks off a week of Homecoming events, culminating in the Homecoming football game on Friday.
Along with organization floats, members of the local Cub Scout and Boy Scout troops were in attendance, along with members of the Nuces County Sheriff's Department, Corpus Christi Police Department, Annaville Volunteer Fire Department and Corpus Christi Fire Department. Local officials were also in the parade, including the TMISD School Board, Nueces County Commissioner Mike Pusley, Corpus Christi councilwomen and mayorial candidates Nelda Martinez and Chris Adler, and local State Rep. candidiate Abel Herrero.
Following the parade, the crowd heard from both the TMHS Varsity cheerleaders and the football players,. The event concluded with the burning of the T-M letters infront of TMHS.