Head over to the September board meeting where you can sign up to address the board on a topic (call 972-925-3720 by 5pm Wednesday, September 26th) and see how each board member votes on a variety of topics that impact the kids & constituents of Dallas ISD schools.
If you are a District 2 constituent, please sign up to let Trustee Dustin Marshall know that you would like to join his coffee chat. Trustee Marshall hosts coffee chats throughout the year and by signing up on his website, he can let you know when & where.
Sign up here: http://dustinmarshall.com/meet-dustin/
This will be the first meeting of the year where the Dallas ISD Board will have the opportunity to vote on a variety of initiatives, contracts, and policies. Board members review the agenda for the items they will vote on before attending this meeting and the public has a chance to share their views before the board takes any action.
For Oak Cliff is hosting its 4th annual back to school festival where families can get supplies to start the year with the items they need for success. The time is not officially posted on the site but please refer to For Oak Cliff for more details as they are released!
This is the first meeting of the school year. The board will meet to hear presentations and reports fro the Dallas ISD Administration, led by the Superintendent, and respond to presentations by asking questions and sharing comments. Be on the lookout for the Dallas Kids First summary by Monday, August 13!
Dallas Kids First will participate in this year's TEDxOakCliffED event and we hope you are able to attend! Use the website URL to purchase tickets and learn more.
"TEDxOakCliffED brings together diverse, innovative, and creative individuals with a passion for education. We don't just start a conversation, we CHANGE the conversation. On our stage, you experience more than just speakers with ideas-- they are live demonstrations of the impact of those ideas. In the spirit of our TEDx community, our platform aims to create an environment where teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community members can come to collaborate with one common goal-- increase the quality of Oak Cliff's education."
This is an annual event that provides Dallas students and families with essential back-to-school supplies, health screenings and services, and an array of bilingual information from educational, social, government and community organizations. The Fair is a collaborative effort between the City of Dallas, Dallas-area schools, public health department, state agencies, nonprofits, corporations, and community volunteers.