Schools with best attendance in September are honored with banners

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Dallas ISD’s Attendance Improvement and Truancy Reduction celebrated Attendance Awareness Month in September with a contest.

The”Show Up” campaign urges students to have no more than five absences each school year. The contest challenged schools to have the best overall attendance and have as many of their students have perfect attendance for the month of September.

Trustee Champion School Winners, which had the highest overall attendance, are:

• District 1: John J. Pershing Elementary School
• District 2: Sudie Williams Talented & Gifted Academy
• District 3: Charles A. Gill Elementary School
• District 4: Pleasant Grove Elementary School
• District 5: Lorenzo De Zavala Elementary School
• District 6: Robert L. Thornton Elementary School
• District 7: L.O. Donald Elementary School
• District 8: Alex W. Spence Talented/Gifted Academy
• District 9: Skyline High School

First Place Student Perfect Attendance winners are:

• District 1: George H.W. Bush Elementary School
• District 2: Dan D. Rogers Elementary School
• District 3: Casa View Elementary School
• District 4: Edward Titche Elementary School
• District 5: William B. Travis Vanguard for the Academically Talented and Gifted
• District 6: Thomas L. Marsalis Elementary School
• District 7: Stevens Park Elementary School
• District 8: Maple Lawn Elementary School
• District 9: Felix G. Botello Elementary School

Second Place Student Perfect Attendance winners are:

• District 1: Anne Frank Elementary School
• District 2: Geneva Heights Elementary School
• District 3: Robert T. Hill Middle School
• District 4: William A. Anderson Elementary School
• District 5: Dr. Wright L. Lassiter Jr. Early College High School
• District 6: Umphrey Lee Elementary School
• District 7: Rosemont Elementary School
• District 8: Mount Auburn Elementary School
• District 9: Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary School

The #ShowUpDallasISD Social Media winner is Larry G. Smith Elementary School.

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