Dallas ISD has partnered with The Holdsworth Center to build on the inspiration, tools, and resources needed to grow our leaders. One avenue of this partnership is the Campus Leadership Program (CLP), a two-year program in which campus teams will build stronger leadership muscles while working toward excellent and equitable outcomes for all students. The curriculum is centered in three areas: Developing Personal Leadership, Growing & Empowering Others, and Creating Change. Campus leaders will:
- Learn from expert faculty and guest lecturers.
- Collaborate on a Problem of Practice that leads to results that impact students.
- Develop new problem-solving methodologies by practicing skills such as giving and receiving feedback, active listening, and analyzing data with an equity lens.
- Build a supportive network of peers from across the state.
Next year, 22 Dallas ISD campuses will participate in the Campus Leadership Program. In service of diverse representation and our student-centered racial equity priority, campuses were nominated by district leaders and submitted applications as part of the selection process. Please join us in celebrating them!
- Arcadia Park Elementary School
- David G. Burnet Elementary School
- Leila P. Cowart Elementary School
- Charles A. Gill Elementary School
- Jack Lowe Sr. Elementary School
- Jimmie T. Brashear Elementary School
- Lakewood Elementary School
- Herbert Marcus Leadership Academy
- Pleasant Grove Elementary School
- San Jacinto Elementary School
- Solar Preparatory School for Girls
- Thomas Tolbert Elementary School
- T.G. Terry Elementary School
- Martin Weiss Elementary School
- Rosemont Lower School
- Zan Wesley Holmes Jr. Middle School
- Raul Quintanilla Sr. Middle School STEAM Academy
- Boude Storey Middle School
- E.D. Walker Middle School
- North Lake Early College High School
- Sunset High School
- Wilmer-Hutchins High School
We commend your efforts and cannot wait to see the impact of your learning on the communities you serve across our district!