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North Dallas dance department to perform Thursday night and it’s free

Some of the girls take a break from practice Wednesday in the auditorium.   The North Dallas Dance Department will hold its holiday dance performance at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium. The public is invited. Admission is free but donations are accepted. Dance teacher Devondria Robertson, in her first year at North Dallas,

Lady Bulldogs get off to fast start in 51-23 victory in district opener

Jakolby Fleming scored 26 points in the win over Wilmer-Hutchins.   After leading by three points at halftime, the North Dallas Lady Bulldogs turned up the defense in the second half en route to a 51-23 win over Wilmer-Hutchins in a District 12-4A opener at Wilmer-Hutchins gym. Jakolby Fleming scored 26 points and six steals, and

After heart attack six months ago, ND teacher Christina Herrera roars back, completes 5K

  Last spring, Christina Herrera, who teaches US History/ APUSH and AVID IV at North Dallas, had a heart attack at the school. She underwent triple bypass surgery, and then began a long recovery program. Thanks to support and strength from her former North Dallas classmates Juanita Cano and Rey Alvarez, Herrera is fighting back. She was

North Dallas students’ app selected to represent Rep. Pete Sessions’ district

  Four North Dallas students won the Congressional App Challenge for Rep. Pete Sessions’ 32nd District. The students — Jeff Adame, Eric Abeja, Amaya Segura, and Clarissa Aguilar — were required to come up with an original app and to develop the app, which they did using the MIT app inventor program. They also had to

Watch: North Dallas bands hit all the right notes in Winter Festival

North Dallas High School band, along with the Travis Academy bands, performed in front of a full house Thursday night at North Dallas’ Winter Festival. The Symphonic band performed first, followed by the Wind Ensemble and then the Philharmonic Orchestra. The Travis beginning and varsity bands then performed, and evening concluded with both groups performing

Watch: Travis Academy bands perform at North Dallas’ Winter Festival

Travis Academy for the Talented and Gifted performed in front of a packed auditorium Thursday night during North Dallas’ Winter Festival. The Travis bands were led by Dawn Kariotakis-Perez and Larry Goff. Travis Academy, located at 3001 McKinney Ave. in the heart of Uptown Dallas, enrolls students in 4th through 8th grades. Tom Brandt is the Travis principal.  

All Teams Schedule: Week of Dec 10 – Dec 16

Dec 11 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball at RL Turner Lions RL Turner Lions 6:00 pm | RL Turner HS Dec 11 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Wilmer-Hutchins High School Wilmer-Hutchins 6:00 pm | Wilmer Hutchins HIGH SCHOOL Dec 11 Boys Varsity Basketball at RL Turner Lions RL Turner Lions 7:30 pm | RL Turner HS

ND Booster Club website up to No. 4 in Texas and No. 10 in VNN Top 100

The North Dallas High School Booster Club website has moved to No. 4 in VNN’s latest Texas rankings — and No. 10 in the Top 100 nationally — for the month of November. The Booster Club also has 1,499 “likes” on our Facebook page. (Go like us if you haven’t already done so.) The Booster Club

North Dallas and Travis Academy bands deliver Winter Festival to remember

Band director Jesse Warmanen leads the Symphonic band during its performance Thursday night.   The North Dallas Winter Festival, featuring the North Dallas High School band and the William B. Travis Academy for the Talented and Gifted, drew a packed house Thursday night in the school auditorium. The program opened with the North Dallas Symphonic

Lady Bulldogs back on winning track; aim for 5th in a row Friday

SaNiya Lampkin puts up a shot against Samuel in an earlier game.   North Dallas’ Lady Bulldogs were on fire after opening the season with four straight wins. But next came Allen’s Lady Eagle Hoopfest tournament, and the Lady Bulldogs’ mighty flame was doused with water. The North Dallas girls lost four of five games