5:30 PM - 6:30 PM School Health Advisory Council mtg - Plaza C121
A pile of storybooks fans out across the floor. Students stream into the room and eagerly choose one to read out loud – to dogs.
On good days, David Mojica performs with his fellow bandmates and spends quality time with his family.
Duncanville High School’s a cappella choir has been invited to perform at the opening session of the 2020 Texas Music Educators Association convention in February.
Sheree Guimont often brings stickers along with her stethoscope as she examines patients at her pediatric medical practice.
Twice a week, a select group of girls and boys walk into class in pairs and stand at the ready with their partners preparing to dance. This is not just any class.
Chris Ketner remembers sitting in his family’s Duncanville home when he was growing up watching the Tony Awards on television.
This month’s Made with Pride in Duncanville honorees include student Preston Lee; teacher Jouet Daniels; and staff member Latasha Edwards.
Latasha Edwards is the district’s Transportation Route Coordinator and was chosen as the staff member of the month. Ms. Edwards has been with Duncanville ISD for seven years. She began her career at Duncanville ISD as a bus driver, and through her hard work and dedication has proven to be a true asset to the children and the community.
Ms. Edwards’ knowledge of Duncanville, where the students are and which buses serve each area of the district is amazing. If a bus has a problem, she knows who is in the area and able to assist. If a student misses the bus, she knows who is close to help.
We are fortunate to have Ms. Edwards on our team and it's reassuring to know that whatever challenge is thrown her way, no matter the deadline, she will come through.
Jouet Daniels was selected as the district’s teacher of the month. Ms. Daniels is an asset to Kennemer Middle School
She comes in early to assist students and stays late, offering tutoring sessions She even does class tutoring using a streaming service for students who cannot attend an in-person tutoring session.
Ms. Daniels is a vital member of the instructional leadership on campus and is a wonderful person.
Preston Lee is a 7th grade student in the STEAM Academy at Kennemer Middle School and was chosen as the district’s student of the month.
Preston is described as an exceptional student. Some call him “Mr. Everything” because he is involved in so much.
Preston is the president of Skills USA, a member of student council, he participates in Youth and Government and plays on the football team. No matter what he does, Preston strives to be a leader. He demonstrates leadership in his actions as well as the way he treats others. Preston is hardworking and an outstanding young man.