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Want to know what’s in the DISD bond? Each week, the district will release a video highlighting one of the four different aspects of the November 4 Bond Election. Watch the video link below to learn more about aging facilities in Duncanville ISD.
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Busy parents say the Duncanville ISD mobile app is keeping them in the know on the go.
Congratulations to DHS Varsity Girls Basketball Coach Cathy Self-Morgan for being selected as one of two high school girls basketball coaches to be featured in a promotional video to help bring the NCAA Women’s Final Four to Dallas in 2017-2020!
Early voting for the Nov. 4 Bond Election begins today, Oct. 20 and runs through Fri, Oct. 31.
You can cast your vote at various early voting locations throughout Dallas County, including locally at the Duncanville Library (201 James Collins Blvd., Duncanville 75116) and the Mountain Creek Library (6102 Mountain Creek Pkwy., Dallas 75249).
|DHS Varsity Tennis Team Advances to Semi-Final Tournament
Athletic update: The DHS varsity tennis team defeated Richland High School Tuesday (October 21) by a score of 10-7 in the Quarterfinal round of the Area tournament. They will now advance to the Semifinal round against Coppell on Friday (October 24) at the Richland Tennis Center at 9:00 am. Congratulations to Monica Cervantes, Elizabeth Gonzalez and Scout Gregory for securing wins for the girls, and to the boys team for being undefeated. Go Panthers!
Intermediate Students Create Google Play App
Five sixth-grade students from Daniel Intermediate School were given the task to create an app that could teach students the different elements of the periodic table. The team of Mark Castillo, Louis Deleon, Ramon Montes, Julio Pena and Jonas Sanchez not only completed their Engaging Learning Model project, but they also took their app a step further by submitting it to the Google Play store, where it was accepted.
Message to Parents: Ebola Information
|Duncanville ISD Health Services staff and administrators are closely monitoring the Ebola situation, and remain in close contact with local, state and national health agencies. Also, our district nurses are trained specifically in the areas of communicable diseases. We are committed to keeping our students, staff and families healthy and focused on learning.
We encourage our parents and students to become informed by visiting the Centers for Disease Control website at http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola.
Read what the district is doing regarding communicable disease prevention. >