Senior Photos ready for pickup

Photos will be available July 16-17 at Fish Bowl for pickup
Graduation photos
Seniors if you ordered photos from graduation they are ready for pickup. There will be a representative from Rich Productions in the Fish Bowl Foyer area from 10-6 Wednesday July 16-17 for your convenience. The photos will be available for pick up at those times. Any photos not picked up will be mailed after that date.  Please feel free to contact us at james.rich0429@outlook.com with any questions. 

Jazmine Washington will be attending Northwood West Palm Beach in Florida.









 Kirby Anderson will be attending Texas A&M Commerce in Texas.










Victoria Hicks will be attending Philander Smith in Arkansas.

Important Senior things to remember
Last Chance Prom Ticket purchase

There will be a “LAST CHANCE PROM TICKET SALE” this Wednesday, April 23rd, from 2:30 to 3:30 in the Panther Shop. All tickets will be $ 75 (cash or money order). The community service “discount” no longer applies.
 
 
2014 PROJECT GRADUATION
The T-Shirt design contest for Project Graduation is completed and the design posted here was selected as the design to be used on the shirts and marketing material for this year's Project graduation.




Those who placed in the contest were as follows:
1st: Estefania Barron
2nd: Emilio Macias
3rd: Andrew Bryant
 
Talent Audition for Senior Recognition and Baccalaureate
Date: April 23, 2014
Time: 3:15
Where: Choir Room
 
FIELD DAY – Middle School (Project Graduation sponsored event)
May 2, 2014
9am-12pm
Parent Volunteers needed for concession stands
Contact: Connie Malone
Email: conniemalone20@yahoo.com
Phone:214-693-1670


TAKS tutoring scheduled for March


April 21, 2014 English / Language Arts
April 22, 2014 Mathematics
April 23, 2014 Science
April 24, 2014 Social Studies
July 7, 2014 English / Language Arts
July 8, 2014 Mathematics
July 9, 2014 Science
July 10, 2014 Social Studies

The Road to Success starts with a Recommended Plan or Higher

Duncanville ISD’s commitment to students extends beyond their high school diploma. That is why we consider it extremely important that our students graduate on the Recommended Plan or higher.

The Recommended Plan provides our students with better tools to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Their futures will be impacted by the courses they take in high school. Taking courses required for the Recommended Plan will multiply future opportunities for our students. For example, all four-year public colleges and universities in the State of Texas require students to graduate on the Recommended Plan for admission.

The Recommended Plan requires four credits of English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. It also requires two years of the same foreign language.  High expectations now will result in students reaching their maximum potential later.

Contact your counselor for more information.

Faculty and Staff honored as part of Veterans Day

By Kennedy Stidham

As part of Veterans day activities, faculty and staff from the high school that served in the Armed Forces were served lunch today provided by Subway and The Cake Guys.

“Paying homage to those who fought for our country was an honor today,” English II teacher Margaret Thomas, who organized the event, said. “It was a blessing to stand in the same room as those individuals.”

Freshman Connections teacher Kimberly Baker, who served as second Lieutenant in the aviation unit of the Army, said she followed in the footsteps of two uncles and her father who served before her.

“I am extremely patriotic and considered it my patriotic duty to serve the country that has provided me with so many freedoms,” Baker said.

Baker said the Subway lunch was much appreciated.

“Today was a special surprise,” Baker said. “No one served their country for the accolades, but it was nice to be remembered by our staff and the wonderful owner of our Subway.”

Thomas said Chad Fitzgerald from the Cake Guys provided cupcakes and Allen Conley from Subway donated sandwiches for the teachers.

“That is one of the great things about our school and our community,” Thomas said. “They desire to honor any individuals that contribute to the City of Champions. You can’t get any better than that.”

Thomas said she honored the veterans because it was the right thing to do.

“It was essential to acknowledge that they fought for the United States of America and did it proudly,” Thomas said. “The men who work at Duncanville High School are significant in so many ways, but today we are proud to say they served in the Armed Forces and they work at our great school.”

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College & Career Night features nearly 80 colleges

On Wednesday, September 18th, approximately 80 representatives from in state and out of state, public and private universities, and vocational schools were in attendance. This was a great opportunity for students to aquire information about colleges they want to attend in the Fall. Below are some photos taken by Brandon Rogers from the DHS publications department.



Campus Administrators
Dr. Andrè Smith , Principal
Sandro Garcia, Assoc. Principal
Flo Judd, Assoc. Principal
Rosalyn Antoine, Asst. Principal/Design Coach
Shannon Green, Asst. Principal
Maurice Horton, Asst. Principal
JoDee Meyers, Asst. Principal/Design Coach
Barbara Roberson-Payton, Asst. Principal
Monica Smith, Asst. Principal
Kathy Terry, Asst. Principal
Tony Toynes, Asst. Principal
Rahien Williams, Asst. Principal
John Wood, Asst. Principal

 

 

Upcoming Events
8/7/2014
Repeating Event - Pre-K Registration
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
8/8/2014
Event Occurrence - Pre-K Registration
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8/11/2014
- Board Meeting
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8/21/2014
8/25/2014

       

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Duncanville  75116
p. 972-708-3700
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Home of the Pantherettes 2012 & 2013 Girls 5A Basketball State Champions 

School Colors
Red and Blue

School Mascot
Panthers

School Hours

7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Mission Statement

The mission of Duncanville High School is to provide a supportive learning environment with high academic expectations for each student to develop skills to achieve lifelong success and contribute to society.

Special Programs

Every student is offered the opportunity to excel at Duncanville High School through an extensive program of academics, extra-curricular activities and courses of special interests. A course catalog is readily available for those who attend the high school with a team of education professionals ready to assist. Classes are arranged according to a block schedule with student interest groups, athletics, fine art programs and career tracks available to complete well-rounded course offerings. Appropriate uses of technology are also prevalent on this vast campus to capitalize on the changing world of information. A winning tradition of student achievement and involvement help to make Duncanville High School the home of the Panthers.

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