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The DEA, Teachers' union, adjusted the possible strike date from January 22, 2018 to March 5, 2018. The next possible teacher strike, as indicated by the DEA, will not be until March 5, 2018 per the communication the District received from DEA.
Congratulations - District II Conference Champions!
Please be advised that the Dallas Education Association (teachers' union) has rescinded the strike notice planned for November 22, 2017. The DEA has issued a new strike date for January 22, 2018.
Bus route changes to BUS #11 due to the roundabout construction on Church St.
Effective Wednesday, October 11th, there will be 2 new stops added. They are: The American Legion, 730 Memorial Highway, Dallas, PA in the small parking lot and Dallas Fire and Ambulance, 184 E. Center Hill Road, Dallas, PA at approximately the same times. These changes will be in effect for the duration of the construction on Church Street.
Attention! The 2017 Dallas High School Yearbook is here!
Please stop by the visitor's desk located at the front door of the high school to pick up your Yearbook. Family members may pick up the Yearbook, however identification is required.
Mountaineers beat South Park 5-0 to win PIAA Class 4A Title.
2017 LifeSmarts National Champions
The Dallas High School LifeSmarts team won the 2017 LifeSmarts National Championship. The team (left to right) consisted of the following students: Troy Reinert, Ann Metzloff, Matt Metzloff (captain), C.J. Good, and Raymond Perez. The team was coached by Kevin West. The students also accomplished the following: Matt Metzloff finished in first place in consumer rights and responsibilities, Ann Metzloff finished in first place in health and safety, Troy Reinert finished in first place in the environment, and Raymond Perez finished in second place in personal finance.
2017 Regional IU STEM Competition
On Friday, March 3, 2017 fourth and fifth grade students from both elementary schools competed at the 2017 Regional IU STEM Competition. Two teams from Dallas Elementary School and one team from Wycallis Elementary School competed at the event. This year's challenge was to build a ride for a new eco-friendly amusement park. Students were judged on design, presentation, creativity, and other factors. The two teams from Dallas Elementary School tied for second place, and the team from Wycallis Elementary took first place. The students from Wycallis will compete in the state competition in Harrisburg in May.
Pictured left are their designs:
On left from front: Jack Barr, Jacob Speicher, Alyssa Loftus, Madalyn Thomas (DES)
On right from back: Jack Dale, Cole Johnston, Rachael Flanagan, Gabby Hodne (DES)
Floor: Lindsey Matinas, Angie Camoni, Kaden Coyne, and Peyton Stauffer (WES)
NEW for the 2016-2017 School Year - Texts from Dallas
We are pleased to announce that in cooperation with our automated communication vender, ONE CALL NOW, we will be able to offer the Dallas School District Community text message communication. Communication that was previously limited to voice recorded, automated messages will now be sent via text. Voice messages will still be utilized; text will be the preferred method of automated communication. The "Dallas APP" will no longer be necessary and will not be utilized.
Here is how you can update your contact information in our automated communication system.
ONE CALL NOW:
All users should use the link below to UPDATE their contact information. Users must have a mobile device entered into the system to receive texts. If signing up the first time, your information will need to be verified before it takes affect. This may increase the time it will take to receive confirmation.
Multiple Vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi Protected Access and Wi-Fi Protected Access II Cisco Security - Cisco Test Application
- Key Reinstallation Attacks: Forcing Nonce Reuse in WPA2
Guest Teacher Program Opportunity at LIU 18
Attention Community Members!
The Luzerne Intermediate Unit #18 Guest Teacher Program is a service offered to our local school districts, Career and Technical Institutes and the Intermediate Unit programs in Luzerne and Wyoming counties. The purpose of the program is to train individuals with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a variety of fields interested in serving as substitute teachers. The program provides substitute teacher training to people who have a bachelor’s degree but do not have a Pennsylvania teaching certificate. The blended training sessions, conducted by Luzerne Intermediate Unit professionals, will provide instruction in Planning and Preparation, Classroom Environment, Instruction, and Professionalism. This will be done in two parts. There is an online training and one ½ day training onsite from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm. Guest teachers leave the program with an emergency permit issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and the basic knowledge to be an effective day-to-day substitute teacher in the consortium school districts and/or Luzerne Intermediate Unit classrooms. The opportunities are rewarding and gratifying. For more information visit the LIU website via the above link.
Address - 2000 Conyngham Avenue Dallas, PA 18612
Phone Number - (570)-675-5201