This Week in Dallas ISD: April 21 edition


Spend the next 136 seconds catching up on many of the great things that happened across the district this week!

Watch this video, or read below, to learn more.

Superintendent scholars

Sixty-two Dallas ISD seniors were named Superintendent Scholarship recipients on Tuesday. Each honoree received $2,500 to go toward costs at the college or university of their choice. (Learn more)

Parade for Madison Boys basketball team

The Madison High School boys basketball team enjoyed a community parade to celebrate their winning of the 3A State championship. (See photos)

Spring Plant Sale

Multiple Careers Magnet hosted its annual Spring Plant Sale this week that benefits the school’s garden. (Learn more)

Robotics teams head to championships

Best of luck to the six Dallas ISD schools with robotics teams competing in world championship competitions this month. (Read this)

Mata Montessori goes to the Capitol 

Mata Montessori fourth-graders took a trip to the Texas Capitol in Austin and met some VIPs, including former trustee and current TEA Commissioner Mike Morath. (Learn more)

Career day

Students from Dallas ISD’s Kennedy-Curry Middle School made a visit to Dallas-based Axxess Technology Solutions as part of a career day. (Read this)

Making learning personal

Cabell Elementary School celebrated its transformation into a Personalized Learning campus on Wednesday. (Learn more)

’20 to Watch’

The National School Boards Association named Roland Antoine, Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Dallas ISD, as one of its “20 to Watch” honorees for 2016-2017. (Read this)

ACE Spring Mixer

An ACE Spring Mixer celebrated the academic gains the seven existing ACE campuses have made this year, as well as the six additional campuses that will become ACE schools in August. (Watch a video)

National Kindergarten Day

National Kindergarten Day is today and, to celebrate, watch a few kindergartners share some advice with their pre-K colleagues. (Watch the video)

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