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  • LD Campuses Name 2017 Teachers of the Year

    5 LDISD teachers were named Teachers of the Year for their campuses. Click Read More to find out about these exceptional educators . . .

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  • Play Cow Chip Bingo

    LDHS StuCo is raising funds to build a well in a developing nation as a We.Org school project. Next Friday, March 31, will be the first annual Cow Chip Bingo!

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  • 2017-18 School Calendars Adopted

    The LDISD Board of Trustees adopted the 2017-18 calendar with a August 16 start date. Click Read More for details about the calendar and links to English and Spanish versions.

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  • Help StuCo Make A Difference

    LDHS is the FIRST We.org school in the state of Texas! Help the LDHS StuCo make a difference worldwide. Buy a t shirt and water bottle to raise funds for the Thirst Project - WE School Global Initiative.

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  • LD Green Loves the Blue

    LDISD is selling LD Green Loves the Blue T-shirts as a fundraiser for Corinth PD Officer Tepfer, who was hospitalized with a medical emergency last week. All proceeds from the shirts will go to the officer and his family.

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  • Dak Prescott Youth Football Camp

    The Lake Dallas Falcons are hosting the Dak Prescott ProCamp in June. Click Read More for dates and information . . .

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  • LDISD is now a District of Innovation

    Trustees on Monday approved a five-year innovation plan, giving the district greater local control over its operations and improve outcomes for its students. Click Read More for details

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  • LDISD Hour of Code a Success

    Lake Dallas ISD joined the worldwide effort to celebrate computer science with the Hour of Code. Every LDISD campus participated in the global event that reached at least 180 countries and hundreds of millions of students worldwide.

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