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Class of 2022, if you plan to attend college you must be “college-ready”. This is determined from SAT, ACT, or other exemptions. For more information, please watch the video below. Did you know the TSIA is required to enroll in college? What is the TSIA? The purpose of the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is to determine if you are ready for college-level work in the areas of reading, writing and math. How do I sign up? Speak with your campus to determine the test date and registration process.

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A parent’s high expectations can make a positive difference in their child’s academic success. Another basic, yet important way to make a difference in a child’s education is to make sure he or she attends school regularly and on time.  Children don’t do as well in school when they frequently miss a portion or all of a school day. Parents can help their children succeed in school by understanding how schools define absences. An unexcused absence occurs when a child misses school for reasons not accepted by the school. Unacceptable reasons could include staying home to take care of or…

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Nestled in the heart of southern Dallas is a school community committed to creating an experience that will develop students into 21st-century learners and, ultimately, global leaders. It is what Principal Marquetta Masters calls The Trinity Heights Experience.”  Trinity Heights Talented & Gifted, located at 1515 Lynn Haven Ave., recently completed its much-anticipated buildout, which now includes instruction for first through eighth grade. The school, currently home to more than 325 scholars, has cultivated a number of programs that emphasize academic excellence, collaboration, communication, and creativity.   “Creativity” is the word of the day, because Trinity Heights is placing an emphasis…

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Calling all fathers and father figures! Join Dallas ISD for Dads Draft Day on Saturday, October 23 at 9:00 a.m. This virtual event is designed to recruit fathers and father figures to serve as campus mentors, leaders, and supporters on campuses throughout Dallas ISD during the 2021-2022 school year. Dads for Kids and All Pro Dad, in partnership with Dallas ISD, work to bring men and fathers into schools to make a difference in the lives of students. Click here to register. For more information, contact Thomas Garner at 972.925.5489 or TGarner@DallasISD.org

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