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DISD set to celebrate Texas Public Schools Week
Denison ISD will welcome parents, families, friends and community supporters to campuses across the district this Monday through Friday, March 3rd through 7th, in celebration of Texas Public Schools Week. Planned activities and events include special campus luncheons for moms, dads, grandparents and others groups as well as classroom displays of students' work and accomplishments.
"This year's theme is "Celebrate Texas Public Schools," and we hope as many people as possible will take the time to visit our schools and view the tremendous work and learning that is taking place in our classrooms every day," said DISD Superintendent Dr. Henry Scott. "We have much to celebrate, including newly renovated elementary schools that are safe, secure, enlarged and appropriate for today's learners. We also have much to look forward to, including next fall when we open our new Denison High School, newly renovated and realigned intermediate and middle school campuses, and a rebuilt Munson Stadium. These are exciting and progressive times in Denison, thanks to the firm commitment and great vision of our citizens."
Designated luncheons and activities slated for March 3-7 on DISD campuses across the district include: Dads Luncheons on Monday March 3rd, Moms Luncheons on Tuesday March 4th, Working Parents Breakfasts and Senior Citizens and Grandparents Luncheons on Wednesday March 5th, Presidents Luncheons on Thursday March 6th, and Visitors Luncheons as well as a Masonic Lodges Luncheon at Mayes, both on Friday, March 7th.
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DHS Ranks as one of Nations BEST
Denison High School has once again earned a prestigious spot on one of the nation's most respected rosters: the Washington Post's annual rankings of the best high schools in the nation. The list, which this year is limited to the top 9%, has been compiled annually since 1998 by renowned reporter and columnist Jay Mathews. Originally published by Newsweek magazine, the list now appears annually in The Washington Post following the sale of Newsweek two years ago.