October 19, 2014
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  • Bond Video Series: Technology

    Want to know what’s in the DISD bond? Each week, the district will release a video highlighting one of the four different aspects of the November 4 Bond Election. Watch the video link below to learn more about Technology in Duncanville ISD.
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    Bond Website >
    Notice of Election (English) >
    Notice of Election (Spanish) >

  • Parent Teacher Conference Days
    October 14 and 16

    As part of the district’s commitment to enhance parent communication, Duncanville ISD has designated two days in the 2014-2015 school calendar for Parent Teacher Conferences.

    Parents of students in grades 7-12 may also use an online scheduling module by clicking here and using their Home Access Center (HAC) account to log in and set up appointments with their child’s teachers. Click here for the Spanish link

  • Gallup Student Poll Survey

    Measuring Student Hope, Engagement and Well-Being. The survey will run until October 30.

    Select your campus below to take the survey.

  • All meetings will begin at 6:30 pm.
    Wednesday, Oct. 15, Hyman Elementary


Superintendent Blog

dr rayYour Conscience Matters – Everyone Counts!

Voter participation at the local level is probably the most influential input we have as citizens. I hope that you and every eligible member of your family and friends take time to vote in the upcoming 2014 general elections. Our schools will spend time learning how our government functions and the important role each of us plays in our great democracy.

Last edition, I wrote about the state funding system being declared unconstitutional for the fifth time, maybe sixth time … I’ve lost track.  Anyway, apparently the state’s position at trial was that public schools could be more “efficient” if they stopped doing three things that are not required by the state but have been decided upon at the local level. Let’s examine those three things that the STATE has said is the “root cause” of our lack of funding.
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Message to Parents: Ebola Information

Duncanville ISD Health Services staff and administrators are closely monitoring the Ebola situation, and remain in close contact with local, state and national health agencies. Also, our district nurses are trained specifically in the areas of communicable diseases.  We are committed to keeping our students, staff and families healthy and focused on learning.

We encourage our parents and students to become informed by visiting the Centers for Disease Control website at http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola.

Read what the district is doing regarding communicable disease prevention. >

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