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Duncanville ISD Receives $260,000 Grant for Architectural Design Program

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Duncanville ISD – Duncanville High School will soon be able to increase the capacity of its in-demand Architectural Design classes thanks to a $260,000 grant awarded to the district. The P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) grant will provide funds to do the following: Hire additional support staff to work with our students, including […]

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‘H-E-B Excellence in Education’ Honors Duncanville ISD as a Semi-Finalist

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Duncanville ISD – Duncanville Independent School District recently learned that the district is a semi-finalist in the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards. H-E-B received more than 1,400 applications from educators from across Texas including teachers, principals, districts, early childhood providers and school boards. Of the school district applications, judges chose 25 school districts as statewide […]

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District Honors Employees Who Exemplify ‘Spirit of a Champion’

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Each year, Duncanville Independent School District selects employees who demonstrate expertise and leadership for the betterment of our students and district. These individuals were chosen by the award committee because they are standouts, who deserve to be honored alongside the district Teachers of the Year. Angel Cabrera is a lead custodian at Duncanville High School. […]

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Transportation Names Bus Driver of the Year

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Duncanville ISD – Gary Young’s coworkers chose him as the 2018 Duncanville ISD Bus Driver of the Year. His peers say he is well respected and takes pride in transporting his students safely. “He knows every route, and he can drive any of the many different types of buses in the district,” said Operations Manager […]

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Pantherettes Coach Receives City, State Honors

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Duncanville ISD – In the course of a week, the city of Duncanville named a street after Head Women’s Basketball Coach Cathy Self-Morgan, and she was inducted into the prestigious Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Waco. Those are the accolades befitting a person who is frequently referred to as a legend in her field. […]

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DHS Graduate Gets Head Start on Career

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Duncanville ISD – Charity Brown has only been out of high school for two years, but at the age of 19, she is preparing to graduate from Texas Woman’s University with a degree in Speech and Language Pathology. In just two months, she is scheduled to walk across the stage and receive her college diploma. […]

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Duncanville ISD Campus Teachers of the Year Announced

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Duncanville ISD – Congratulations to the 2017-2018 campus teachers of the year. They will be honored at the Duncanville ISD Employee Appreciation event on May 24. Troy Miller, Acton Elementary Debra Marcell, Alexander Elementary Jessica Camp, Bilhartz Elementary Stacey McCampbell, Brandenburg Intermediate Arentina Bannister, Byrd Middle Tim Forward, Byrd Middle Veronica Montoya, Central Elementary Brian […]

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Parents Value Full Day Pre-K

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Duncanville ISD –  Jimilla Cole says her son Jayden comes home every day talking about what he learned in his Pre-K class at Alexander Elementary School. “Saturday he said ‘Mama, I baked a cake at school,’ and then he told me the steps they took to bake a cake,” Cole said. After spending a semester in […]

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Kennemer Extends Youth & Government Legacy

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Kennemer Middle School’s Youth and Government is keeping its legacy going after being named Premiere Delegation at this year’s state meet for the 5th consecutive year. Premier Delegation is based upon the students’ performance, behavior and ensuring all paperwork is submitted according to deadline. Kennemer 7th grader, Marenda Ahuyon, has been elected the 2019 Junior […]

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Future Educators Qualify for Nationals

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Duncanville ISD – Five members of the Duncanville High School chapter of Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) are advancing to nationals after competing at the ‘TAFE Teach Tomorrow Summit’ last month in Huntsville: Rebekah Brown David Budzinski Dion Jamerson Salma Perez Aalyhia Shillow The DHS team took the title for having the largest chapter […]

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