For the fifth year in a row, Lake Dallas ISD has been recognized as a District of Distinction by the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA).
The award honors districts that provide a well-rounded fine arts education that inspires creativity and connects learners to their community and beyond.
The district is proud to be one of 16 districts across the state to have earned the award every year since its inception in 2019, marking LDISD as a statewide leader in visual arts programming.
“Lake Dallas ISD has set a high standard for visual arts advocacy, integrated visual arts curriculum, encouraged creativity, community participation and student growth,” said Sandra Newton, Chair of the Visual Art Administrators of Texas, a division of TAEA. “It is a true testament to your visual art educators’ skill, dedication, and flexibility that the quality of their programs continued to provide strong and comprehensive visual art educational experiences to students.”
LDISD will be honored at the TAEA Fall Conference General Assembly in November.