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  • District posts “B,” in State’s New A-F Accountability System

    The Denton Independent School District received the letter grade of “B” under the new A-F Public School Accountability System released this week by the Texas Education Agency. Under a previous TEA label effectuated in 2011, the same score would have placed the district in the ‘Recognized’ category.

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  • District Grading Guidelines Modified for 2018-19

    During professional development with teachers in all grade levels across the district, administrators reviewed modifications to the district’s Grading Guidelines that will go into effect for the 2018-2019 School Year.

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  • Make a Difference - Mentors and Volunteer Today!

    The Denton ISD mentoring program is for any person who is willing to provide a child with support, friendship and a constructive example through one-on-one meetings each week. No previous teaching experience is necessary to mentor.

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  • Enrollment Lines and Happy Faces Highlight First Day

    A longtime hotspot for student growth in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Denton ISD maintained that notoriety with large numbers of campuses enrolling students on the first day of the 2018-19 school year. Situated in the ninth-fastest growing county in the United States, Denton ISD has consistently ranked among the top 10 districts in number of new home starts and closures for the past five years.

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  • District to dedicate support building to Bill Giese on Aug. 7

    The Bill Giese Professional Support Services Building opened in the July and houses the district’s business and administrative services division, child nutrition, special education, data processing and ESL/bilingual departments.

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