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Cardwell artist studies at the Crow Collection

Cardwell artist studies at the Crow Collection

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Junior Melissa Villasenor of Cardwell Career Preparatory Center was chosen to participate in the most recent Artist Residency Program at the Crow Collection of Asian Art. This unique program gives local high school students the

Nimitz students selected for leadership program

Nimitz students selected for leadership program

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Nimitz High School juniors Javier Blanco (left) and Samantha Espinoza (right) were selected for the 2017 Spirit of America Youth Leadership Program to be held March 16-10 at Valley Forge, Pa. This is a four-day

Spreading holiday cheer through manicures

Spreading holiday cheer through manicures

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Photo: Students from the Ratteree Career Development Center spread joy through the Heritage Senior Center one manicure at a time. /Courtesy Photo Cosmetology students from Irving ISD’s Ratteree Career Development Center recently visited Heritage Senior

Student artwork creates a winter wonderland

Student artwork creates a winter wonderland

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Tis the season to deck the halls of Irving Arts Center – thanks to the elementary students of Irving ISD! The center hosted its annual Holiday Open House, featuring a winter wonderland decorated with

The Nutcracker features Irving ISD talent

The Nutcracker features Irving ISD talent

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Irving ISD fine arts department welcomed Momentum Dance Company for a special visit. The company of dancers performed Tchaikovsky’s Suite from the Nutcracker before an audience of third graders from across the district. After watching

Fine Arts and Athletic Departments receive facelifts at MacArthur High

Fine Arts and Athletic Departments receive facelifts at MacArthur High

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Tafia Naahi can tell you a lot about the before and after experience in the Fine Arts Department at her school. The MacArthur High 10th grader played her violin in the 100-student strong orchestra

Connor Blend honored for leadership on and off field

Connor Blend honored for leadership on and off field

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Photo: Recognized for leadership on and off the field, Connor Blend (third from left) is presented with a Marine Corps letterman jacket. /Photo by Joe Snell With 300 meters to go, Connor and a teammate

“Beyond School Walls” Mentoring Program Comes to Lively

“Beyond School Walls” Mentoring Program Comes to Lively

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Employees of Celanese welcome the students of Lively Elementary School for Big Brother Big Sisters’ “Beyond School Walls” program at their Las Colinas headquarters. Students at Lively Elementary are the newest members of Big Brother

Legacy Gala raises over half a million dollars for education

Legacy Gala raises over half a million dollars for education

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Photo: Irving ISD students stay out late to meet Irving Schools Foundation donors during the Legacy Gala. / Photo by Matthew Pedersen The Sixth Annual Legacy Gala brought together DFW business owners and philanthropists to

Nimitz showcases fine arts, athletic renovations

Nimitz showcases fine arts, athletic renovations

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Each of Irving ISD’s comprehensive high schools underwent facelifts during the summer and through the fall months of this school year to improve their athletic and arts facilities. Nimitz High School was the first