Falcon News

  • Summer Feeding Program begins June 3

    The summer feeding program provides healthy breakfast and lunch at Lake Dallas Elementary School from June 3 to July 3 at no cost for kids 18 and under . . .

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  • Lake Dallas High Receives Best Schools Ranking

    Lake Dallas ISD is proud to announce that Lake Dallas High School placed on the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best High Schools” ranked list for 2019. Read about how LDHS made the list . . .

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  • SURPRISE! LD Grad has unforgettable walk across stage

    It’s always a special memory to walk across the stage and receive your high school diploma, but Wednesday night at the Lake Dallas High School commencement, there was a moment that one family will never forget. A dad who was thought to be 8,000 miles away appeared on stage to congratulate his daughter as she received her diploma . . .

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  • LDISD Accepting Open Enrollment Applications

    Join the Falcon Family today! LDISD is accepting Open Enrollment transfer applications for Non-Resident students through May 31. The number of openings for transfer students is limited and applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis . . .

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  • MS StuCo Wins Sweepstakes

    For the 4th year in a row, LDMS StuCo is a Sweepstakes Council for outstanding achievement in leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community . . .

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  • Whitley Signs to Cheer at OU

    Lake Dallas High School senior Kylana Whitley will continue her career in cheer at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. Read about the signing and accomplishments of this senior . . .

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  • 8 Ink on Fine Arts Signing Day

    Lake Dallas High School Fine Arts Department hosted a college signing day for eight talented students in band, theater and art. The students signed with a wide variety of colleges to pursue their passions at the next level. Read about their plans . . ..

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  • Bass Fishermen Finish 12th in State!

    LDHS juniors Joe Flowers and Garrett Hyde placed 12th out of 285 and received $2,000 ($1,000 each) in scholarships at the Texas High School BASS Association State Championship Tournament . . .

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  • Lady Falcon Golf Celebrates 2 College-Bound Athletes

    LDHS held a signing day event for seniors Samantha Friday and Carolina Kysiak on May 10 to celebrate their accomplishments and witness signing their letters of intent. The Lady Falcon golfers will continue their careers playing at the collegiate level as they pursue higher education degrees . . .

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  • Falcon Football Linebacker Fenley Signs with UMHB

    LDHS senior Jared Fenley will continue his football career at the next level as he pursues his college degree at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas.

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  • Dr. Fain's Opus

    Dr. Tommy Fain, Assistant Director of Bands at Lake Dallas Middle School, conducted his retirement concert last night to a packed gymnasium at LDMS—a performance the 7th and 8th graders made sure was one he soon would not forget . . .

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  • There's a playwright among us

    Breanna Spink put Lake Dallas High School in the spotlight when her play was selected for the International Thespian Society National Playwriting Contest. Read about Breanna and her award-winning play . . .

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  • NJHS Inducts 45 New Members

    Lake Dallas Middle School proudly announces the induction of 45 new members to the National Junior Honor Society. Read about these students that were inducted for excelling in the classroom and demonstrating the five pillars of NJHS: scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship . . .

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