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  • Summer Assignments

    If you have not yet checked on the Summer Assignments for your classes, it is not too late! Click the quick link in the left column that says "2014 SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS" and find your class. The assignment will be listed there. .............................................................................

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  • New Faculty brochure

    The new members of the Booker T faculty for 2014-2015 are featured in this downloadable brochure with photos and teaching history. Welcome to the Booker T family! .............................................................................

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  • RED Calendar posted

    A new calendar format has been posted for students and parents to see all the events happening at Booker T month by month. Just click on the "Calendar" tab at the top of the page and choose "Activities Calendar" on the following page, or the "Activity Calendar" quick link on the left hand side of this page. More details and events will be posted soon, and exciting options with our new calendar system called RED! ................................................................................

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Announcements

  • Booker T. Washington HSPVA names new Dance Coordinator
     
    Dr. Scott Rudes, Principal of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts announces the appointment of Katherine Walker as the new Dance Coordinator of the nationally acclaimed BTW Dance Department. She becomes the third Dance Coordinator since the school's inception in 1976. She follows Dance Coordinator and founder Rosann McLaughlin Cox who retired in 2001 and Lily Cabatu Weiss who retired in 2014 after 13 outstanding years as Dance Coordinator. Weiss, a 36 year veteran faculty member of BTW, has served as mentor and role model for Walker since she joined the dance faculty in 2008.
     
    Dr. Rudes, Principal commends Kate Walker by saying, "Kate Walker has the skill and expertise to continue to propel our dance department to new and greater heights.  I am impressed with her vision and the relationships she has established in the dance community.  After conducting a national search for the coordinator position, I am confident in her abilities to positively impact the growth of our dance faculty and students."
     
    Lily Cabatu Weiss, former Dance Coordinator, praises Walker by stating,
    "Respected by students, parents and faculty over her six year tenure, Kate Walker is the perfect choice to carry on the vision and rich legacy of the department and school."
     
    Rosann McLaughlin Cox, founding Coordinator states: 
    "I look forward to Kate as an innovative leader who will discover new and exciting pathways to artistic and educational success as she continues to fulfill the mission of BTW and the dance department."
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  •  Booker T. Washington HSPVA names Interim Artistic Director

     
    Dr. Scott Rudes, Principal of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts announces the appointment of Lily Cabatu Weiss as Interim Artistic Director.

    Weiss, a 36 year veteran of the school, recently retired as Coordinator of the Dance Department. She will serve in a part-time role as a national search is conducted for a full-time artistic director for the 2015-2016 school year.

    Her duties as interim artistic director will include coordinating all interdisciplinary activities and functions for the school, articulating and implementing the school’s vision and mission statement across multiple stakeholder groups and supporting the administration and department chairs in realizing the original intent of BTWHSPVA – integrating artistic and academic abilities throughout all disciplines and ensuring that students and teachers work together towards the common learning goals unique to an arts-focused school.

    The school’s first artistic director, Dr. Paul Baker, also founded the school in 1976. His course, “Integration of Abilities,” is a foundational course which is included as part of the school’s curriculum. As interim artistic director, Weiss will assist in moving his revolutionary ideas forward in the context of 21st century learning.

    Dr. Rudes praised Mrs. Weiss for both her vision and dedication to the school. “Lily has proven over her almost four decades of service to the school that she is the ideal person to serve in this important role. I look forward to working with her in this new position as we propel the vision of our school forward and move through the national search process for a permanent artistic director.”

    In response to her appointment, Weiss stated “I am honored to take on the exciting challenge of Interim Artistic Director of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts for this school year. I look forward to supporting the legacy of the school as we explore best practices for collaboration, integration, and innovation, and as we continue on our path toward excellence.”

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  • A NEW WAY TO CONNECT!

    PHONES

    Download the SCHOOL CONNECT App to your smartphone. 

    Its a great way to stay connected!

    If you have an IPhone, IPad, or Android device, you can download the FREE APP, School Connect, to connect with Booker T.
    Simply search for School Connect in the App Store (or use the links below) and install the free App. Once you have installed School Connect, simply choose Texas, Dallas ISD, and Booker T. Washington HSPVA. Once you are logged into the App and accept push notifications, you will receive "texts" from the school. We will send periodic messages about events and other happenings at the school. In addition, this will be a very useful tool in case of emergency. We are encouraging all staff, parents and students to download this valuable tool!
     
     
     
     
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