This Week in Dallas ISD: Oct. 28 edition


An officer making Dallas ISD history, a reception for distinguished alumni, and clear sight for blurry eyes are among this week’s highlights.

Watch the above video, or read below, to learn more!

Clear sight for blurry eyes

Hundreds of Dallas ISD students can see clearly now thanks to this event from the Essilor Vision Foundation. (Watch this)

Officer makes history

See how Terri Thomas made Dallas ISD history by being named a command officer for the Dallas ISD Police Department. (Read this)

Tagged to help

Students from the Pinkston Prep Collegiate Academy volunteered in a graffiti friendly zone as part of Art Walk West, which is sponsored by the West Dallas Chamber of Commerce. (Read this)

Distinguished alumni

The Hillcrest High School Alumni Association recognized these distinguished alumni at the third annual Platinum Panther Celebration. (See the alumni)

Character counts

Need a Friday pick-me-up? Watch these teachers at Holland Elementary personally tell students why they come to work every day. (Watch this)

Birds, butterflies, bees and trees garden

A Lowe’s Toolbox for Education Grant helped Kiest Elementary install a birds, buttersflies, bees and trees garden at the school. (Read this)

Sunday fun walks at Rosemont

Families at the Rosemont Schools have been gathering each Sunday for a three-mile walk as part of a health initiative to get kids up and moving. (Read this)


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