Lake Dallas ISD | Education
Two school districts voice concern over financial impact of charter schools
Denton and Lake Dallas ISDs joined forces Thursday evening to talk about a potential loss of funding as charter schools continue to grow in Texas. During a joint meeting with the Corinth City Council, both districts said they stand to lose millions in revenue if charter schools keep opening up.
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In the Schools: Nov. 29, 2017
In the Schools: Dec. 13, 2017
Middle school winners — Creed Bielss, first place in Calculator, first in Maps, Charts and Graphs, fourth in Math, third in Number Sense and first in Science; Sarah Quintanilla, first in Math and fifth in Calculator; Jacy Gehlsen, first in Editorial Writing; Olivia Neale, second in Editorial Writing and fifth in Spelling; and Emilee Cody, second in Ready Writing.
In the Schools: October 25, 2017
Chadwick, along with 30 other school board members from across the state, will participate in a yearlong leadership program that requires members to complete learning assignments and attend sessions throughout Texas.
In the Schools: Sept. 5, 2017
Schoolchildren temporarily displaced by Hurricane Harvey can begin enrolling in Denton ISD.
Local agency hosts school supply drive
Denton County Friends of the Family will collect new school supplies for a drive through Aug. 4.
TWU’s Lerner recognized for work with transfer students
UNT Health Science Center to pay $13M
School board front-runners emerge from early voting totals
According to unofficial numbers released from early voting totals, Jim Alexander received 65. 7 percent of the vote for his Place 6 spot while his challenger Alfredo Sanchez took 34. 3 percent of the vote. Alexander has held a spot on the board since 1993.