John Walsh, the only head football coach Guyer has ever known, will be stripped of his role as the campus athletic coordinator at the conclusion of the school year. The move is the result of Walsh’s arrest on a misdemeanor driving while intoxicated-open container charge on Dec. 19 in Flower Mound, an incident he reported to his superiors when school resumed after the holiday break.
Five Denton High School students will travel to Fort Worth today to pitch nutrition-related business ideas in a Shark Tank-style competition.
Denton ISD anticipates launching a pilot program with the Denton County Transportation Authority within the next couple of months that will safely get Ryan High School student pedestrians to and from campus, according to district spokesman Mario Zavala.
Cornbread muffin mix, bags of potatoes and canned goods sat neatly placed before 80 cardboard boxes. Cadets from the Denton High School Air Force Junior ROTC would soon come by to place the items and others — everything a family would need for a Thanksgiving meal — into the boxes.
High school juniors in the top 30 percent of the class are now guaranteed automatic admission into Texas Woman’s University.
It’s never easy when a school receives results from the state indicating disappointing student test scores. It’s devastating. In August, Borman Elementary School received a “needs improvement” accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency for failing to pass three of the four performance indicators assessed to determine state ratings — student achievement, closing performance gaps and post-secondary readiness.