Students in the Dallas School District have many changes to look forward to this year when they return to classrooms today, the most impressive being the brand new high school.
The Dallas Post contacted principals at the four Dallas schools to see what else is new in and around the district this year.
Dallas High School
The brand new, state-of-the-art high school will mark a new era in Dallas School District education, according to the district?s website.
The more than 200,000 square-foot, three-story building will hold more students and host more programs than ever before.
Superintendent Frank Galicki said the most important idea for parents and students to take hold this year is patience.
?What I hope for this year is that everyone adjusts to the new campus and everyone has patience because it?s going to take some time to adjust traffic-wise, to adjust finding classrooms at the high school, parking for athletic events, scheduling athletic events, utilization of fields not yet been completed and the completion of the track,? he said.