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Updated Wednesday, Aug. 23: Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases and our commitment to safety, Dallas ISD has postponed the Superintendent Community Conversations originally scheduled for Aug. 24 at James Madison High School, Aug. 31 at W.H Adamson High School, and Sept. 7 at Carter High School. Dallas ISD will continue monitoring the health data and adjust the dates of future Community Conversations if necessary.

Original Story Superintendent Michael Hinojosa is hosting a series of Community Conversations to talk with parents and community members about Dallas ISD.

The conversations are scheduled for almost every part of the district from August through April.

Scheduled from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m., the sessions will be held at district high schools to encourage attendance by parents whose children are enrolled in schools located nearby or in the feeder pattern. Parents with students enrolled in magnet or specialty schools near the designated high school are encouraged  to attend the meetings in their community. However, for convenience, parents can attend a session at any high school.

Safety measures, including social distancing and masking, will be encouraged, and Spanish language interpretation will be available at each session. Superintendent Hinojosa will also host a dialogue with campus staff before each Community Conversation.

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