This Week in Dallas ISD: March 24 edition


Spend the next 92 seconds catching up on many of the great things that happened across the district this week!

Sweet success

Robert T. Hill Middle School won first place in the annual Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Cookie Box Creations Competition with its replica of Amelia Earhart’s flight. (See their creation)

Longhorn Leadership Forum

The W.T. White High School Student Council hosted a leadership forum that gave more than 40 elementary and middle school students from the feeder pattern an inside look at everything the school has to offer. (Learn more)

State champions

Congratulations to Madison High School’s boys basketball team for winning the 3A state championship over the break. (Read how three friends helped lead the team)

Gatorade Player of the Year

In other great hoops news, Skyline basketball player Marcus Garrett has been named the Gatorade Texas Boys Basketball Player of the Year. (Read this)

Peace Garden

Great things are happening at the Promise of Peace Garden at Bayles Elementary School, where students tend the garden that helps feed the school’s families. (Learn more)

National Junior Honor Society

A special shout out to these students at Boude Storey Middle School for marking the return of the National Junior Honor Society to the campus. (Read this)

Teen Board tastes news menu items

The Dallas ISD Teen Board enjoyed a preview of tasty new lunch menu items for next school year that include chicken and waffles, breakfast for lunch, and cheesy oven-baked pasta. (See photos)

New Chief of Transformation and Innovation

Dallas ISD announced this week the appointment of Louisiana educator Billy Snow as the district’s new Chief of Transformation and Innovation. (Read this)

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