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  • Face coverings optional beginning May 19

    At their May 17 school board meeting, Lake Dallas ISD trustees voted to modify the district's face covering procedures, effective May 19, making masks and similar facial COVID-19 mitigation items optional. Because of the change, face coverings will be optional at graduation.

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  • Two student-athletes signing letters of intent on May 19

    Two Lake Dallas High School student-athletes will sign their letters of intent on Wednesday, May 19, formalizing their plans to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Elijah Howard (baseball, Sterling College) and Katy Crain (cheerleading, Louisiana Tech) will each sign a letter of intent on Wednesday.

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  • Lake Dallas High School earns NATA Safe Sports School designation

    Lake Dallas High School has earned the Safe Sports School 1st Team designation for outstanding support and protection of its student-athletes, a top honor in the athletic training field. This marks the third consecutive time the school's athletic training program has earned the designation.

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  • Falcon music groups performing free concert on May 22

    Lake Dallas Middle School and Lake Dallas High School’s musical groups will perform a free concert on Saturday, May 22, providing a full day of family-friendly entertainment. Gates will open at 8:30 a.m., with performances lasting through about 8 p.m.

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  • Four student-athletes sign letters of intent on May 12

    Four Lake Dallas High School student-athletes signed letters of intent on Wednesday, May 12, signifying their commitment to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. Photos and a video of the ceremony are now available for viewing.

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  • District seeking input regarding addressing needs from COVID-19 with federal funding

    Lake Dallas ISD is seeking stakeholder feedback regarding the use of federal funds for COVID-19 pandemic responses. These funds, part of a series of education funding called "ESSER," are meant to address academic, social, emotional and mental health issues as well as safety needs.

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  • Four student-athletes signing letters of intent on May 12

    Four Lake Dallas High School student-athletes will sign their letters of intent on Wednesday, May 12, formalizing their plans to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.

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  • Back 2 School Fair to assist families in need on Aug. 5

    Lake Dallas Elementary School will host the annual community Back 2 School Fair from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5, providing families in need with the opportunities to obtain backpacks with school supplies as well as immunizations, physicals, haircuts and more.

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  • Baseball bi-district playoff set for Friday, Saturday

    Lake Dallas High School’s baseball team will begin the bi-district round of the playoffs on Friday, May 7, at home, followed by a trip to Azle on Saturday. In the opening round of the playoffs, the Lake Dallas Falcons will take on the Azle Hornets, with the first game taking place at Lake Dallas High School.

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  • Middle school, high school offering academic help on Saturday, May 8

    Lake Dallas Middle School and Lake Dallas High School will each offer a Saturday Session event on May 8 to support any student needing academic assistance.

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