6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Employee Appreciation Event
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM District Job Fair - Duncanville HS
7:00 PM Board Regular Meeting
At barely 15 years old and just 5-feet-2-inches tall, Daniela Patron-Castillo accomplished something this year that has rarely been done at Duncanville High School - qualified for the State Tennis Tournament. Daniela is only the fourth player to do so in DHS history.
Enrique Garcia’s face lights up when he talks about where he’ll be going to college next fall. The Duncanville High School senior had his choice of Ivy League schools; he chose Cornell University.
Remy Simpson and Christopher Hall will graduate from college before they walk the stage at Duncanville High School’s commencement. Both have earned an Associate of Science degree from Mountainview College during their years at DHS.
The committee is open to parents and guardians who are interested in directly impacting district initiatives.
The District of Innovation is a designation offered by the state that allows school districts the opportunity for more local control and decision-making power. Here is the proposed District of Innovation plan for Duncanville ISD.
Panther Prints photographers and writers took home top awards at The Dallas Morning News' 26th annual High School Journalism Day and Competition.
Duncanville Independent School District received its 8th consecutive award for financial accountability and transparency.
Wafa Husein, the Library/Media Specialist at Smith Elementary, is the Made With Pride in Duncanville – Teacher selection for the month of April. Ms. Husein was nominated by Vickie Echols.
Amber Siddiqui, a sophomore at Duncanville High School, is the Made With Pride in Duncanville – Student selection for the month of April. She was nominated by Tia Simmons.
Veronica Guillen, Instructional Bilingual Aide at Merrifield, is the Made With Pride in Duncanville – Staff selection for the month of April. Ms. Guillen was nominated by Nina Price.