•  lorenzo

    Hernandez thrives on local professional group

    Standing in front of a crowd of teachers, parents and education professionals from across the Rio Grande Valley last spring, Lorezno Hernandez did his best to stay calm and represent his professional organization well. As a result of impending budget cuts to the public schools in Texas, Rio Grande Valley Superintendents, politicians and members of the Texas State Teachers Association came together at Donna Redskin Stadium to voice their concerns, Hernandez said.

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  • Dishman Parents participate in Parent Picnic

    Dishman Parents participate in Parent Picnic

    Dishman Elemantry invited all parents to come eat lunch with their children.

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  • Dishman participate in Highlight Walk

    Dishman participate in Highlight Walk

    Dishman Elementary participated in the Highlight Walk on November 4, 2011.

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  • Students Dress Up for Costume Parade

    Students Dress Up for Costume Parade

    Students at Dishman Elementary dress up for Halloween and parade around the campus showing their costumes.

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  •  davisthumb

    Davis ready for students at Dishman

    After a career at Los Fresnos ISD, Irma C. Davis is excited to be with Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District as the new principal at Dishman Elementary. She sat down with KHGN to discuss her new position with the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District.

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  • Reading is Fundamental Book Distribution at Dishman Elementary

    Reading is Fundamental Book Distribution at Dishman Elementary

    Guest speaker Danielle Doty, Miss Texas Teen USA, read "Madeline" to students at Dishman Elementary. She also spoke to them about the importance of reading and doing well in school.

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  • Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Feature Dishman Elementary

    Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Feature Dishman Elementary

    HCISD Child Nutrition visited Dishman Elementary Tuesday afternoon to talk with students about the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program that provides healthy treats for three Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District elementary schools. The FFVP is a federally assisted program providing free fresh fruits and vegetables to students in participating elementary schools during the school day. The goal of this program is to improve students’ overall diets and create healthier eating habits to impact their present and future health. Three HCISD schools were selected by the Texas Department of Agriculture to participate in the program this year. Bowie Elementary and Zavala Elementary are rounding off year three in the program while Dishman Elementary is new to the program this school year.

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