Lamar students showcase critical thinking skills
Several bright and talented Lamar Elementary students recently showcased their unique critical thinking and problem-solving skills at a Denison ISD Board of Trustees meeting that featured a presentation of the school’s highly successful “Project-Based Learning” program. According to Principal Janet Mobley, the program revolves around real-life projects that are specifically designed to keep students engaged, involved, interested and responsible for their learning. In addition
DISD students celebrate 100 days of successful learning
Denison ISD students, staff and teachers recently took a quick time-out from spring test preparations to celebrate the thousands of successes, big and small, that make Denison ISD one of the best school districts in north Texas. The occasion: this year’s 100th day of school. “Our 100th Day celebration is a special day that allows our students, teachers and staff to celebrate school attendance alongside their many exceptional academic and personal accomplishments during the fi
Grooming & growing future Yellow Jacket champions
It’s no secret that Lady Jacket Basketball is on the map, thanks to back-to-back winning seasons in District play and beyond. According to Head Coach Rod Been, the hugely successful Pre-Athletic program that starts at B. McDaniel Intermediate School has played a big part in developing today’s incredible talent pool -- but he also sees additional talent potential at even younger grade levels. “Last year we began to recognize each Denison elementary campus at our Lady Jacket ho
Hatching chickens at Denison High School
Tiny, fluffy baby chicks are giving DHS students in Kathy Beardain’s classroom an up-close and hands-on science lesson in the life cycle of chickens, thanks to a partnership between Beardain and Leslie Carter, Grayson County’s 4-H Program Assistant. “Carter drove to College Station and picked up our eggs from Texas A&M University…then delivered them to us with complete instructions for the students regarding incubation, care and handling,” said Beardain. “She was great with t
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One Act Play Takes 1st Place at District!
Congratulations to the DHS Theatre UIL One Act Play production of Mrs. Packard for taking 1st Place at the District contest yesterday, advancing to Bi-District! Individual Acting Awards included Best Actress in the District (gold medal) – Liz San Millan, All Star Cast (silver medal) – Griffin Wagner, and Honorable Mention All Star Cast (bronze medal) – Madison Broadway. Individual Tech Awards included Best Technician – Katie Daugherty. If you see a company member today, pleas