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North Dallas’ Quincy Goldsmith sets District 12-4A record in long jump event

Track Coach Alana Cummings and Quincy Goldsmith   Quincy Goldsmith has been steadily improving his distance in the long jump this season. After a leap of 19 feet, 5 inches in his first meet, he jumped 19 feet, 11.5 inches last Saturday in Fort Worth. On Tuesday, Quincy set the District 12-4A meet record with

Lady Bulldogs breeze through first half of District 12-4A play

The Lady Bulldogs include (front row, from left) Patrice Leavy, Chloe Garcia, Lauren Garcia, Sophia Hernandez, Melany Matute, and Ava Gonzalez; (back row, from left) Mercedes Jones, Keandra Diaz, Julianna Serrano, Rubi Velasquez, Kelly Maldonado, Cindy Chacon, Erandy Segura Dominguez, Jennifer Horton (behind Erandy), Daniela De La Torre, Harlee Moreno, Ruzaan Mare (behind Harlee), and

All in the North Dallas family: Six cousins leading Lady Bulldogs into the UIL playoffs

Emma Contreras, Stephanie Estrada, Anaya Balderas, Head Coach Stephanie Stein, Anais Balderas and Isis Balderas. Stephanie Estrada, Anais Balderas, Alyssa Estrada, and Isis Balderas. Anaya Balderas is in front.   This is the story of three siblings, named Maria (ND Class of 1996), Lorenzo (1999), and Alma (2000) who all attended North Dallas High School.

North Dallas High School sports calendar — March 29-April 3

Note: Here is a look at the North Dallas sports teams’ schedule this week. Games are always subject to change because of the coronavirus situations affecting teams.  Sometimes, it’s helpful to check with Dallas ISD schedules site here. Tickets for district games can be purchased at Search for “Dallas Independent School District” or “North

North Dallas renovation project: The classrooms are getting a makeover

In March 3 photos, Ms. Julie Yun’s old Room 106 on first floor is getting a makeover. The room now has LED lighting. The room will also get a tile ceiling. Looking out the at the front of the school through the windows in Ms. Yun’s art room. Notice how the windows are so tall.

Students’ artwork featured at West Village Starbucks

Art teacher Julie Yun and her students have done it again! The students’ seasonal art was on display over the holidays at the West Village Starbucks. The newest creation featured a Starbucks holiday cup motif with a North Dallas mask over the cup. Three students created this single work of art. The students were Romika Nguyen, 11th