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Schools in the Lakewood / White Rock Lake Area


The schools in our Lakewood / White Rock Lake area of construction are Lakewood Elementary,

Robert E. Lee Elementary, and Stonewall Jackson Elementary.  These elementarty schools feed
 
into Long Middle School and Woodrow Wilson High School.




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Lakewood Elementary School

3000 Hillbrook St. Dallas, TX 75214

Phone: (972) 749-7300
Fax: (972) 749-7301

 

Lakewood Elementary School is a Texas Education Agency "Recognized" school.

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Michelle Thompson
Principal

Grade levels:
PK-5th

Motto/Mission:
Lakewood Elementary is a school dedicated to academic excellence, mutual respect, and lifelong learning.

Uniform colors

  • Top:
    White
  • Bottoms:
    Navy Blue, Black, Khaki

School colors: Royal Blue and Gold

Mascot: Stallion

Enrollment: 769

Number of teachers: 40

Hours/Bell schedule: 8 a.m -3 p.m.

Trustee district: District 2

Area:
Area 3 - Emilio Castro

Feeder pattern: Woodrow Wilson High School

 

Other Contacts

Librarian:
Starra Withers: (972) 749-7308

Counselor:
Lydia Dickson and Sharon Evans: (972) 749-7307

Clinic:
Lacey Phillips: (972) 749-7309
 

Programs and Activities

Special programs:
A few of our special programs and activities include: Chess Club, Math Team, Talented and Gifted, Destination Imagination, After-school Spanish classes, Lakewood Outdoor Learning Area - Science Integration, Choir, Student Council

After-school programs:
The YMCA and the Lakewood After-school program provide two options for after-school care

Extracurricular activities:
Lakewood Elementary coordinates with the local recreation center for soccer and basketball opportunities
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Parent Involvement

We have a very active PTA, Friend's of Lakewood (Dad's Club), and Site- Based Decision Making Committee.

Major Awards and Honors

Lakewood Elementary School is a Texas Education Agency "Recognized" school.

 


 

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Robert E. Lee Elementary School

2911 Delmar Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

Phone: (972) 749-7400
Fax: (972) 749-7401

 


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Alicia Zapata
Principal

Grade levels:
PK-5th

Motto/Mission:
Our mission at Robert E. Lee is to educate and prepare our students to successfully meet the challenges of the future.

Uniform colors

  • Top:
    Shirt/blouse with a collar
  • Bottoms:
    Solid khaki, navy blue, or black

School colors: Red and white

Mascot: Cougar

Enrollment: 388

Number of teachers: 28

Hours/Bell schedule: Morning bell rings at 8 a.m. and dismissal bell rings at 3 p.m.

Trustee district: District 2


Area:

Area 3 - Emilio Castro

Feeder pattern: Woodrow Wilson High School

Other Contacts

Librarian:
(972) 749-7411 Angela Brown

Counselor:
(972) 749-7408 Jeanne Juneau

Clinic:
(972) 749-7410

 

Programs and Activities

Special programs:
Bilingual Education PK-4 Talented and Gifted Program Pre-School Program for Chidren with Disabilities(PPCD) Special Education Services Child Find Band Orchestra Choir

After-school programs:
Texas Workforce Commission: After School Care - Students are engaged in homework, art and crafts activities, and outdoor activities and sports. Cougar Club After-School Care: After School Day Care paid for by parents

Extracurricular activities:
Ballet Folklorico Boy Scouts Brownies and Girl Scouts Chess Drill Team Math Attackers Writer's Garret Student Council

Parent Involvement

P.T.A Site-Based Decision Making Committee Coffee with the principal Volunteer opportunities at the school

 

 

 


  

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Stonewall Jackson Elementary School

5828 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206

Phone: (972) 749-7200
Fax: (972) 749-7201
ohenderson@dallasisd.org

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Olivia Henderson
Principal

Bernard Hart
Assistant Principal(s)

Grade levels:
K-5th

Motto/Mission:
We believe that while each child is an individual and uniquely different, each student deserves the chance to develop emotionally, socially, and educationally to the height of his or her potential. It is our belief that the school must meet the individual needs of each student and, at the same time, provide an educational setting and academic environment free from distractions, conducive to learning, and one that is neither permissive nor restrictive. Every single child is IMPORTANT, and we believe that it is the responsibility of every person who has a hand in the education of the children at Stonewall to go about the task with patience, understanding, professionalism and a caring attitude. We must all work together as partners in order to provide the very best possible education for our students and to nurture their love for learning.

Uniform colors

  • Top:
    White
  • Bottoms:
    Blue or Khaki

School colors: Blue and White

Mascot: Stars

Enrollment: 588

Number of teachers: 39

Hours/Bell schedule: 7:55 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Trustee district: District 3

Area:
Area 3 - Emilio Castro

Feeder pattern: J.L. Long/ Woodrow Wilson

Other Contacts

Librarian:
(972) 749-7210/ Mindy Davenport

Counselor:
(972) 749-7212/ Mary Ashby

Clinic:
(972) 749-7205/ Pat Johnson

 

Programs and Activities

Special programs:
Special Events is a Stonewall Jackson tradition that began in 1976. Each year a culture or a country is studied in-depth. This study is a cooperative effort that involves teachers, students, parents, and community volunteers. Special Events is truly a labor of love and through our efforts, our students learn to respect and appreciate the richness of many cultures and customs from the countries around the world.

The Stonewall Garden began in 1996 from grants and donations. It has grown into a 20,000 square foot outdoor science lab. An herb garden, wildscape, greenhouse, pond, rockscape and a compost area complete the lab. Our beautiful garden/outdoor science lab has received generous support through volunteers, donated supplies and landscaping/building materials.

After-school programs:
The PTA sponsors an after-school program, which is a licensed day care, to provide students a safe environment for study and play. For more information call (972) 749-7219.

Extracurricular activities:
Band Computer Club Book Club Garden Club Show Choir Folk Music Group Sign Choir Math Team Track and Field Basketball Soccer Student Council

Parent Involvement

Parents are encouraged to become members of the Stonewall Jackson PTA and The Dads Club. Your dues directly help our campus. They offer programs and speakers that help parents assist their children in achieving success in school. The PTA and Dads Club sponsors more than 30 programs and activities, including the Fall Carnival, Mini-Grants for Faculty, After-School Program, Field Day and many more art, cultural and academic programs. Meetings are held throughout the school year on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m

Major Awards and Honors

The tradition of excellence and the diversity of cultures make an education at Stonewall Jackson a unique learning experience. Over the years, faculty and staff have received DISD annual awards for their teaching, staff, and administrative functions. The school is a source of pride for the DISD and has received many awards: 2004-2005 DISD Principal of the Year, Olivia Henderson Governor's Certificate for Outstanding Performance TEA Texas Successful School Award 1992, 1995 Redbook Magazine Top 100 Outstanding School Award - 1995 National Blue Ribbon School - 1998-1999 TEA Exemplary School - 1998-1999,1999-2000, 2000-2001,2001-2002, 2002-2003 TEA Recognized School - 2003-2004, 2004-200


 

J.L. Long Middle School

6116 Reiger Ave. Dallas, TX 75214

Phone: (972) 502-4700
Fax: (972) 502-4701
darias@dallasisd.org

 

 

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Desiree Marks-Arias
Principal

Ernesto Mendizabal, Delma Martinez
Assistant Principal(s)

Veronika Mancuso-Davis
Associate Principal-Teaching and Learning

Grade levels:
6th-8th

Motto/Mission:
Mission: To cultivate young minds and spirits for academic achievement and personal excellence. Motto: Long on Pride!

Uniform colors

  • Top:
    White
  • Bottoms:
    Navy, Khaki, Black

School colors: Red, Blue

Mascot: Buccanneer

Enrollment: 770

Number of teachers: 52

Hours/Bell schedule: Hours: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Bell Schedule: First Bell: 8 a.m. 1st Period - 8:30-9:20 a.m. 2nd Period - 9:25-10:15 a.m. 3rd Period - 10:20-11:10 a.m. 4th Period - 11:10-11:50 a.m. ( A Lunch) 11:55 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Class (A Lunch) 11:15 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Class (B lunch) 12:10-12:50 p.m. (B Lunch) 5th Period 12:55-1:45 p.m. 6th Period 1:50-2:40 p.m. 7th Period 2:45-3:30 p.m.

Trustee district: District 9

Area:
Area 3 - Emilio Castro

Feeder pattern: Woodrow Wilson High School

Other Contacts

Librarian:
Janice Freiheit (972) 502-4726

Counselor:
Carrie Stone (972) 502-4721 and Geraldine Palmer (

Clinic:
Cindy Belk (972) 502-4715

 

Programs and Activities

Special programs:
Math Team Science Team Expectations Choir

After-school programs:
Math Extended Day Tuesday/Thursday 3:45-4:45 p.m.

Extracurricular activities:
Future Teachers of America Guitar Club

Parent Involvement

Site-Based Decision Making Committee - 1st Thursday of each month PTA Adult Basic Education Classes Mon,/Wed. - 6-8 p.m. Parent Spanish Classes Thursdays - 5-6 p.m.

Major Awards and Honors

Armelia Willard King Award for Excellence in Science: The Armelia Willard King Award for Excellence in Science is presented annually to a J.L. Long student by the Long Science Department. Award Winning Science Team and Math Team Award Winning Choir


  

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Woodrow Wilson High School

100 S. Glasgow Drive Dallas, TX 75214

Phone: (972) 502-4400
Fax: (972) 502-4401
rvail@dallasisd.org

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Ruth Vail
Principal

Jessica Tilley, Susan Kile, Bernard Henderson
Assistant Principal(s)

Roberto Ayala
Associate Principal-Teaching and Learning

Grade levels:
9-12

Motto/Mission:
School Motto: "Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life." Slogan: Woodrow has HEART!

Uniform colors

  • Top:
    N/A
  • Bottoms:
    N/A

School colors: Crimson/Gray

Mascot: Wildcat

Enrollment: 1470

Number of teachers: 90

Hours/Bell schedule: 8:15 a.m. - "A" entry opens 8:30 a.m. - First Bell 8:40 a.m. - Second Bell 8:45 a.m. - Tardy Bell 8:45-9:34 a.m. - 1st period 9:40-10:29 a.m.- 2nd period 10:35-11:34 a.m.- 3rd period (Announcements from 11:30-11:35 a.m.) 11:40 a.m.-1 p.m. - 4th period A lunch 11:35 a.m.-noon B lunch 12:05-12:30 p.m. C lunch 12:35-1 p.m. 1:06-1:55 p.m. - 5th period 2:01-2:50 p.m. - 6th period 2:56-3:45 p.m. - 7th period Advisory Day (Mondays) 8:45-9:29 a.m. - 1st period 9:35-10:19 a.m. - 2nd period 10:25-11:44 a.m.- 3rd period 11:50 a.m.-1:21 p.m. - 4th period A lunch 11:50 a.m.-12:15 p.m. B lunch 12:20-12:45 p.m. C lunch 12:50-1:15 p.m. 1:21-2:05 p.m. - 5th period 2:11-2:55 p.m. - 6th period 3:01-3:45 p.m. - 7th period

Trustee district: District 9

Area:
Area 3 - Emilio Castro

Feeder pattern: Woodrow Wilson High School

Other Contacts

Librarian:
(972) 502-4455

Counselor:
(972) 502-4419

Clinic:
(972) 502-4415

 

Programs and Activities

Special programs:
Annual traditions include the production of a fall Dinner Theater, winter holiday program, a mid-winter band concert, and spring Broadway musical

After-school programs:
Tutoring in the library for TAKS, SAT, ACT, PSAT

Extracurricular activities:
Debate Team, Wildcat Newspaper, Key Club, Jazzy Cats, National Honor Society, Theater Arts, Foreign Languages,

Parent Involvement

PTA, Booster Clubs, Spring Musical, Homecoming activities, One Act Play, Parent class meetings, Area Parent Academy, Mini School, Freshman Orientation, Teacher Appreciation Week, Sports, Silent Auction

Major Awards and Honors

Woodrow Wilson High School is a Historical Landmark and is registered at the Texas Historical Commision. National Merit Scholars  2 District Champions in Varsity Football and Girls Varsity Volleyball for 2005! Celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2004 Tim Brown - Heisman Trophy winner in 1987 Davey O'Brien - Heisman Trophy winner in 1938 Extraordinary Alumni: Ruth Collins - 1940 (served on the SMU Board of Trustees 1968-1987) Dr. Floyd Bloom -1954 - Neuroscience medicine and author Dr. Charles Max Cole-1932 - President of Dallas County Medical Society; Chief of Surgery at Presbyterian Hospital; Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery. Jim Collins--1932 - U.S. Congressman (serving 8 terms) Trammell Crow--1932 - Founder and Chairman of Trammel Crow Company Jack Evans--1940 - Chairman and CEO of Cullum Companies Ralph Gudahl-1930 - Golf Pro and winner of the Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga. Jim Mattox--1961 - U.S. Congressman and former Attorney General of Texas Geraldine Erwin Miller--1952 - Texas State Board of Education M.T. Buddy Minyard, 1930 - Founder and Chairman of Minyard Food Stores Thomas R. Phillips--1968 - Chief Justice of Texas Supreme Court Wallace Savage 1929 - Mayor of Dallas (1949-1951); County and State Democratic Party Chairman (1952-1955) Carroll Shelby- 1940 - National Champion professional race car driver and car builder. Dr. Tom Shires--1942 - Chairman of the Department of Surgery and Surgeon in Chief at the New York Hospital Medical Center; Dean of Cornell University Medical College Rowland Wolfe 1934 - Olympic Gold Medalist in tumbling in 1932 at the Los Angeles Olympics Ruth Vail - 1991 - Principal

  

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