This Week in Dallas ISD: Feb. 10 edition


Spend the next 125 seconds catching up on many of the great thins that happened this week!

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Blooming talent

See how students in Skyline High School’s floral design program are getting real world experience leading up to biggest day in flowers: Valentine’s Day. (Learn more)

Counselors care

National School Counseling Week is this week, and it’s a time to recognize the work school counselors do every day to positively impact students. (Read this)

Lone Star State Award

Speaking of counselors, the Lone Star State School Counseling Association recognized these 12 schools for receiving the 2016 Lone Star State Award. (Read this)

On the right track

Ann Richards Middle School had a brunch to celebrate its eighth-graders who are on track to go to high school next school year. (Learn more)

Campus climate survey

The Fall 2016 Campus Climate Survey results came out, and it shows that more than 73 percent of Dallas ISD school staff believe the district is headed in the right direction, which is the highest level in four years. (Learn more)

African American Male Academic Bowl

Three students from Mark Twain Elementary won the African American Male Academic Bowl! The African American Success Initiative sponsored the team. (Learn more)


Jerry Junkins Elementary celebrated a ribbon cutting for its new soccer field that was funded through to a $5,000 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant. (Watch this)

Service Above Self

The Rotary Club of Dallas is accepting teacher nominations for its annual Service Above Self Awards through April 14. (Learn more and apply)

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