Photo: Preparing for a lively school year, Rogelio and Rosalba Guel watch as their school age children choose backpacks filled with school supplies. /Photo by John Starkey Eager children and their parents formed lines in
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Photo: Irving Police Department officers serve as instructors for dual-credit classes in the Law and Public Service program at Singley Academy. /Courtesy photo The School of Law and Public Service at Singley Academy in Irving
Photo: Having faced so many challenges as a family, Luis Govea and his father prepare to take the next step in their future, Luis’ education at Stanford University, while in different parts of the
Fran Mathers of Via Reál Restaurant in Las Colinas Plaza awarded collegiate scholarships from the Pat Mathers Scholarship Foundation to four incredible children of Irving Police officers on Wednesday, July 20. Scholarships totaling $20,000 were
Photo: While students are away, construction efforts continue throughout the day at Irving High School. /Photo by Brian Beaudry Summer renovations taking place at Irving ISD schools will improve facilities for fine arts, athletics and
Dallas ISD knew they found a golden prospect with Scott Layne when they offered him the position as Chief Operations Officer after a 25-year run as Irving ISD’s Assistant Superintendent for School Support Services.
Photo: Getting a new perspective on politics, 11 high school students from the Dallas area traveled to the nation’s capital to learn about the federal government, meet important leaders, visit historic sites, and develop a deeper understanding
Photo: Creating their own eco-column, Curtis Leddy, and educator from Kansas, and Mariah Kelly, a teacher from Uplift Education’s Williams campus, work on a project that can teach students about interdependences of related ecosystems.
Irving ISD’s Food and Nutrition Department has been selected to showcase their innovative “outside the cafeteria” program at the annual School Nutrition Conference in San Antonio. The outside the cafeteria program began in 2002 with
Eleven student leaders from the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) are now students of the world. The DCCCD group got a chance to expand their international knowledge with a trip to Salzburg, Austria; during