Denton Record-Chronicle (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 255, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 12, 2015 Page: 4 of 48
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Sunday, April 12, 2015
IN THE SCHOOLS
Campuses of the future
Enrollment is now open for
the 2015 Kram ISD Summer
FUN program, which is sched-
uled for June 8 through Aug. 13.
Any Kram ISD student from
5 years old through fifth-grade
are eligible to enroll. Students
enrolled in the program will be
able to participate in field trips,
indoor and outdoor recreation
activities, games, arts and crafts,
computer time and free time.
On field trips, students may
be able to participate in activities
such as roller skating, ice skat-
ing, bowling, swimming and
more. Morning and afternoon
snacks are provided, but stu-
dents must bring a sack lunch
daily. All activities are included
in the weekly tuition of $110.
For more information, con-
tact Marilyn Reeves at 940-
482-2650 or marilyn.reeves
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Courtesy photo/Krum ISD
Dyer Elementary School teacher Penny Hall covers Marian
Martin in green goo Thursday as part of a fundraiser for the
American Heart Association.
information meeting for 6 p.m.
Tuesday at the Kram Early Edu-
cation Center, 1513 Sequoia
Drive. Parents of children who
are eligible for kindergarten this
fall are invited to attend.
The purpose of the district’s
Dual Language Program is to
improve the academic success of
both Spanish- and English-
dominant students while pro-
moting critical thinking and
Parents who are interested in
enrolling their student in the
program are asked to commit to
the program when the student
enrolls as a kindergartner
through the end of his or her
For more information, con-
tact program coordinator Ricar-
do Alonso at ricardo.alon-
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 940-
Dyer Elementary School
Teachers, principal get
slimed for fundraiser
Courtesy photo/Denton ISD
Keith Cummins, of Dallas-based architecture firm Corgan Associates, talks recently
with Denton ISD middle and high school students about what kind of features they’d
like to see in the design used for future district middle schools. Students were asked
to provide input based on Corgan’s four guiding principles for the design — collab-
oration, flexibility, technology and sustainability.
Three Dyer Elementary
School teachers and the campus
principal were covered in green
goo before students and staff
March 26 as part of a school fun-
Students raised $7,214 for the
annual fundraiser, which bene-
fits the American Heart Associa-
in chess tournament
Denton Independent School District
About 100 students partici-
pated in the second annual
Kram ISD invitational chess
tournament on March 26.
Kram students, as well as stu-
dents from Sanger and Decatur,
were a part of the event.
First-place winners from
Kram were third-graders Eli
Dollins, Joshua Hayes and Will
Lombard; and fifth-graders
Whitney Dollins, William Her-
man, Faith Butler, Conner
Smith and Eric Salazar.
Those placing second from
Kram were second-grader Luke
Zavishlak; third-grader Logan
John; and fifth-graders Tyler
Stolle, Nathan Herrera and Jaci
Kram students finishing
third were second-graders Zach
Nava, Levi Step and Zeus Barre-
ra; and fourth-grader Dawson
Romines. Finishing fourth was
Extended School Day
Students voted to choose
who would be covered in green
goo, or “slime,” by donating to
Jump Rope for Heart.
Also, students who raised the
most funds were allowed to
“slime” Dyer physical education
teacher Lacey Alexander, who
coordinated the event.
New this year! Easy, 1-Step, 100°/b online registration!
is available at all Den ten
Tpuses and opet
Register and Pay Online
2015-2016 ESD Online Registration Icon
and follow instructions (this link will only be available
from April 22 at 8AM to April 27 at 1 1:59PM)
Online Registration Receipt
Keep this for your records.
JS/lastcrCard, Visa, Discover Credit and Debit cards accepted
for online pre-registration.
$60 Pre-Registration fee is non-refundable.
During this enrollment period, all information must be completed online. Detailed
enrollment instructions can be found on the ESD website.
If you miss this enrollment period, ongoing enrollment will begin May IS at StOOam.
You can only enroll your child at your home campus.
Please call the ESD main office for details.
By completing Extended School Day registration during this online enrollment
period, there will be no further action required on your part. Please see the ESD
website for further details and instructions on this process.
space until yl it gust 8, 2015.
s due July 31, 2015.
.April 22 at 8:00 am
April 27 at 11:50 pm
LAKE DALLAS ISD
in Laps for PAWsibilities
The Kram Bobcats Special
Olympics team hosted the fun-
draiser Laps for PAWsibilities
on April 4 at Bobcat Stadium.
Team volunteers, Kram
High School National Honor
Society students and the Kram
First United Methodist Church
partnered together to coordi-
nate the first-time event. Partici-
pants donated more than $633,
and pledges were collected
throughout the week.
to TASA committee
Lake Dallas ISD has an-
nounced Superintendent Dr.
Gayle Stinson has been elected
to the Texas Association of
School Administrators Execu-
tive Committee. She will re-
present Region XI for a two-
year term that will begin in June.
Stinson will start her term at
the TASA/UT Summer Confer-
ence in Austin on June 29. The
committee meets five times each
Registering Online during this enrollment period will only hold yo
The fk ugust/Septeinher 2015 Tuition f ee o f $240
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Dual Language Program
Kram ISD has scheduled its
annual Dual Language Program
JVIonthly fO cto her--April) tuition
For more information contact:
Extended School Day Office
1215 N. Elm St. - Denton TX 76201 - (340) 363-0080
or go to: www.dentonisd.org click on ESD icon
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A Salute to the
Friday, April 17, 2015
5.-00 * 10:00 p.m.
A community'wide social organized by the
Seniors Standing Tall Coalition
-Friday, April 17r 5:30 pm-
USO-stylo decorations, dinner, and dancing.
Performance by Dallas Acme Swing Dance
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benefiting non-profit organizations in Denton
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presents the award-winning
Music & Family Festival
Saturday, April 13,2PM to3PM
Aubrey City Park
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Enjoy a groat day of incredible music, terrific
food, & excellent family fun, all while helping
FREE Concert in Downtown Denton
Thurs., April 23 - July 2, 6:30-8 p.m.
July 4,10 am on Courthouse Lawn
HOPE Food «nd Clothing Ministry!
AH proceeds wifi twsisf infilling the food
Fora schedule and information.
Krum Special Olympics Car Wash
Saturday, April 25 | 10am to 2pn)
Grandy's, 808 University Dr., Denton
Add your event to
the DRC calendar.
It's fast. It's free.
Saturday, April 18 | 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
Denton Civic Center - 321 East McKinney Street
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Denton’s Official Arbor Day Celebration
Live Music | Educational Workshops | TRASHion Fashion Runway
Show | Festivals Foods | Children's Environmental Activies j
Kid’s Zone with Bounce House and MORE!
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