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‘Voice of the Dallas Mavericks’ inspires Irving’s future leaders

‘Voice of the Dallas Mavericks’ inspires Irving’s future leaders

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Photo: Getting their grove on, Irving’s future leaders sing and dance to their class song at the Future Leaders of Irving graduation ceremony. /Photo by John Starkey It is no secret that Irving is home

Austin, Travis win middle school city soccer title

Austin, Travis win middle school city soccer title

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Photo: The Austin Broncos boys’ soccer team finished with an overall record of 9-1 scoring a total of 29 goals this season to clinch the Middle School City Champion title. / Courtesy photo The boys’

Nimitz students win SeaPerch competition

Nimitz students win SeaPerch competition

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PHOTO: Nimitz High School juniors Alberto Torres, Jesus Garza and Damian Espinoza won first place and a bid to nationals at the Regional SeaPerch Competition. / Courtesy photo A team of students from Nimitz High

Irving ISD students served up Regional bids

Irving ISD students served up Regional bids

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Photo: Earning a bid to regionals, Irving High School’s Daniella Cantu (left) and Briseyda Ponce won the district championship in girls’ doubles tennis. / Courtesy photo Ten Irving ISD students are headed to Regionals after

Irving students read with ‘Texas Reads One Book’

Irving students read with ‘Texas Reads One Book’

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Photo: With several students donning their Cowboys jerseys, Brandenburg Elementary youngsters listen as Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garret reads from Charlotte’s Web to kick off ‘Texas Reads One Book’. /Photo by Adam Stephens  Irving

Irving ISD celebrates music in schools month   

Irving ISD celebrates music in schools month  

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The Mission Winds Clarinet Quartet, comprised of members of the United States Air Force Band of the West, performed a concert at Schulze Elementary School and Bowie Middle School as part of Music in

Irving STARS attend March for Respect

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The Irving STARS Special Olympics team recently won $1,000 at the March for Respect. The March for Respect, hosted by the ARC of Dallas, is a one-mile walk through downtown Dallas designed to raise

Irving ISD full-day Pre-K to offer more early childhood education opportunities

Irving ISD full-day Pre-K to offer more early childhood education opportunities

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Photo: Families enjoy educational activities at an informational fair. /Courtesy Photo Starting with the 2016-2017 school year, Irving ISD will offer full-day, tuition-based Pre-K at three locations around the district in the hope of laying

Teams snag Special Olympics basketball win

Teams snag Special Olympics basketball win

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The high school Special Olympics teams recently won top places at the division tournament. MacArthur High School won first in the division, followed by Nimitz in second and Irving High in third. /Courtesy photo Source:

University of Dallas to ‘opt out’ of ‘campus carry’

University of Dallas to ‘opt out’ of ‘campus carry’

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The University of Dallas announced March 10 that it will continue its current policy of prohibiting weapons on campus and has notified students, faculty and staff that it will opt out of Texas Senate