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Duncanville ISD is now a District of Innovation. The Board of Trustees unanimously approved the plan Monday. The designation provides more local control and decision-making power regarding the school calendar, length of the instructional day and staffing. The District of Innovation Advisory Committee included teachers, parents, administrators, business and community members. They provided input for […]

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Coach Scott Fahey says his players demonstrated heart and never quit during the year. For that, he is proud of them. On the field, the Panthers baseball team finished 15-16 for the year and went to the playoffs for the third time in four years. Off the field, the team experienced challenges with illnesses in […]

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The Duncanville Lady Panthers softball team made history in their 2017 season by advancing to the second round of playoffs for the first time in school history. “On the field, the girls played the game the way it is supposed to be played,” said Coach Bret Duff. “They hustled, gave great effort and stayed mentally […]

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For graduating seniors and their families, it is a special day when a student announces his or her college choice. Making that announcement has become a rite of passage for seniors, along with prom, senior trips and graduation. This year, Duncanville High School staff helped more than 240 seniors formalize their announcement at the first […]

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The Girls Track Team had an outstanding performance at the 6A State Track Meet this past weekend. The girls finished fourth in the 400 meter relay, third in the 800 meter relay, and second in the 1600 meter relay. The teams clocked the fastest times in Duncanville’s history. All three relay teams are ranked in […]

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by Nat Wood – Associate Director, Consumer & Business Education, FTC You’ve probably heard about the ransomware attack affecting organizations’ computer systems around the world. It seems to affect server software on organizations’ networked computers. But ransomware can attack anybody’s computer, so now is a good time to update your own operating system and other […]

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A time family visitation will be held Tuesday, May 16, from 6-8 p.m. at Jaynes Memorial Chapel in Duncanville. The funeral service will be at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 17, also at Jaynes Memorial Chapel. The burial will follow at the Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery.

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Cops and Law Enforcement Torch Run members will serve table for tips, which will be donated to support local Special Olympics Texas athletes. DALLAS – Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) and the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) will team up withNorma’s Café, the original Dallas dining icon serving Texas-style home cooking, on Wednesday, May 10 for […]

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TNT’s The Dunk King to Feature Duncanville’s Davene Carter

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Turner Sports will premiere the second season of The Dunk King on TNT – featuring 24 of the top amateur dunkers from around the globe – this May, with new episodes airing nightly immediately following the network’s coverage of the first four games of the 2017 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Porter Maberry will look to […]

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Seniors Walking Across College Stage Before Receiving High School Diploma

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Duncanville ISD – Eighteen-year-old Melissa Perez has designed her dream home using professional software in her Architectural Drafting class at Duncanville High School. Before she graduates from DHS in a few weeks, she’ll walk the stage at Mountainview College to collect two professional certifications. Melissa is on her way to seeing her personal and professional […]

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