COVID-19 DISTRICT INFORMATION
UPDATE: Denison ISD to extend school closure for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
Based on Governor Gregg Abbott's April 17, 2020 message, Denison ISD will be extending our school closure for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. In addition, there will be no extra-curricular activities or practices during the extended closure. Every effort must be taken to slow the spread of the COVID-19. The safety of our students and staff remains our top priority.
Students will continue receiving at-home instruction during this closure. Elementary and intermediate students with internet access should continue to check the Denison ISD website for weekly lessons. Packet pickup will continue for those families who do not have internet access. Scott Middle School and Denison High School students will continue to receive assignments via Schoology. Meal delivery will continue using established procedures and locations will continue as well until further notice.
Denison ISD is so very proud of the extra efforts given by our educators to produce at-home lessons. Likewise, the District is appreciative of our partnership with our families as they help to deliver these at-home lessons to ensure the continued academic growth of our students. Continue to monitor the Denison ISD website on a daily basis for updates.
COVID-19 DISTRICT INFORMATION
For the latest Denison ISD updates regarding the current COVID-19 status for our campuses, visit our information page for official notices. CLICK THE BUTTONS BELOW TO VISIT OUR INFORMATIONAL PAGES.
YELLOW JACKET FEEDING PROGRAM
During the extended closure of DISD schools from March 16th through April 6th, Denison ISD will be providing free grab-and-go lunches and breakfasts every day at:
Scott Middle School - 1901 S. Mirick Avenue
B. McDaniel Intermediate - 400 Lillis Lane
Lamar Elementary - 1000 S. Fifth Avenue
Terrell Elementary - 230 W. Martin Luther King
All Denison ISD students are welcome to participate in this free breakfast and lunch program. Breakfast will be served from 7:30am. until 9:30am and lunch from 11:00am until 1:30pm.
OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS REQUESTS
To request your official Verification of Enrollment (VOE), transcripts, etc., please email Denison High School directly to the link below and your document will be mailed to your home address.
Welcome to DHS!
"I am very proud of the teachers, staff and students who make Denison High School the truly great institution it is today. Our commitment to the excellence in education for each and every child is at the heart of the many exemplary programs we offer. Most important, our doors are always open and we encourage your visits and your involvement. All our teachers have conference periods during which you can address concerns and offer input. Your child is our child; we want only the best for all our children, in school and in life.There is no doubt
in my mind that if we work together, we can achieve that goal and make our world a better
place for everyone."
Dr. Cavin Boettger, DHS Principal
The Main Office is the first place you will visit at Denison High School. Our hours are 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Our phone number is 903-462-7125 and our FAX number is 903-462-7217.
We are located at:
Denison High School
4200 N. State Hwy. 91
Denison, TX 75020
how can we help you?
Important Phone Numbers
Main Office (903)462-7125 Counselors (903)462-7168 Registrar (903)462-7680
9th and 10th Grades Mirian Martin (903)462-7930 email@example.com
11th and 12th Grades Leslie Smith (903)462-7166 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please notify the school if your child will not be in attendance. A note should be sent when your child returns to explain the absence.
A partial day is an absence.
Need a copy of your transcript?
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If you or your student suspect or become aware of any students or adults in a school who are planning or acting in any unsafe way, please let us know.
For more information and updates, visit our Safety and Security page on the Denison ISD site.
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