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Duncanville ISD Seeking Full Day Pre-K Applicants

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If you’ve always wanted to have an impact on students as they begin their academic careers, Duncanville ISD has an exciting opportunity for you! The district is now accepting applications for our Full Day Pre-K program for the 2017 – 2018 school year. To apply, please complete the ‘Pre-K Pooled’ teacher application.

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Duncanville ISD All Pro Dads Kicks Off Inaugural Season

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Eighteen Duncanville ISD fathers and father figures gathered for the All Pro Dads mini-camp last week. More than 30 men have volunteered to serve as Team Captains/Co-Captains for Duncanville ISD. The captains host monthly breakfasts, organize and facilitate All Pro Dads Day of Presence during STAAR testing and support campuses with additional events in coordination […]

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Duncanville ISD Board Announces New Athletic Director

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Duncanville ISD – Clint Harper joined the Duncanville ISD family this week as the district’s new athletic director. “I am very excited to be in the City of Champions,” Mr. Harper told the Board of Trustees at Monday’s regular meeting. “I cannot tell you the pride and honor I feel standing here in front of […]

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Two Duncanville ISD School Board Seats Open for May Election

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Two seats on the Duncanville ISD Board of Trustees will be up for election in May. Anyone who would like to run for those positions have until Feb. 17 to submit a candidate packet. The seats to be filled are Place 4 and Place 5, currently held by Renee McNeely and Elijah Granger respectively. Interested parties can […]

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DHS Band Students Earn State’s Highest Honor

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The Duncanville High School band had 9 students earn All-State Musician honors. The students were selected from auditions at the Area competition on January 7. All-State is the highest honor a student musician can earn in the state of Texas. Congratulations to the following students: Madeline Figueroa – Bb Clarinet Mercy Ogunlade – Bb Clarinet […]

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DHS Senior Selected to All-State Choir

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D’Ivan Draper will represent Duncanville ISD at the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Conference next month after being selected to the All-State Choir. Draper will travel to San Antonio to rehearse and then perform a concert with students from across the state. Being chosen for All-State Choir is the highest honor a student can earn […]

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Duncanville ISD Employees Share Holiday Spirit with Panther Angels

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Duncanville ISD – Duncanville ISD’s Education Plaza and IdeaHub Technology staff continued an annual Christmas tradition by spreading joy with the gift of giving. Counselors at each of our schools identified students in need, and the names and ages of those Panther Angels were added to the Christmas tree at the central administration building. Volunteers […]

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District to Launch Collegiate Academy in 2017

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Duncanville ISD – In the New Year, the district will share more information about a new opportunity for students to graduate with both a high school diploma and an associate’s degree. Through the Collegiate Academy, Duncanville High School graduates will be more competitive as they seek admission to universities and colleges. Expect to learn more […]

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Construction Students Build Skills, Serve Community

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Duncanville ISD Informer – Sawdust fills the air as students work feverishly toward their deadline. The scream of the circular saw cuts through the sound of teenagers talking. Eyes are focused on measuring, marking and moving pieces of wood into place. For a second year, the young men and women in Tamara Gurnell’s construction class at […]

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Duncanville ISD Student Photographer Named Best in Nation

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A Duncanville High School student was named Best Sports Photographer in the nation by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) in its 2016 competition. Cynthia Rangel’s photograph in the Sports Reaction category took first place from an original field of approximately 300 photographs entered nationwide. “This is a very prestigious accomplishment for our program as […]

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