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    transcript Come by the Molina High School Attendance Office: Tuesdays: Mrs. Butler will be available from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Thursdays: Mrs. Rodriguez will be available from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. *We will be receiving transcript requests. We will also answer questions for students and parents during these hours.

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  • Summer School

    The goal of the Summer School is to ensure that all students in grades 9 -12 have the opportunity to recover credits through a proficiency based approach utilizing district’s the reconnection center and/ or live credit recovery courses. Click on the Summer School Link for more information!

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  • Summer Breakfast and Lunch

    Molina High School will be one of the host sites for the Summer Food and Nutrition Program

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  • Jaguars And Lady Jags Athletics

    The 2014-2015 Football schedule has been posted. Keep checking for further updates.

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  • Grad

    2014 Summer School Graduation
    Tuesday, August 12, 2014
    6:00 p.m.
    Ellis Davis Fieldhouse
    9191 S. Polk St., Dallas, TX, 75232
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    The Molina High School Library is open during summer school hours (9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday) for all your summer reading needs.  Come by, check out some books, and join us for our Summer Reading Challenge!
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    Have YOU registered for the Dallas Mayor's Summer Reading Club?  It not just for kids anymore.  Click on the link here:

    Do you know?The best predictor of reading achievement is
    the amount of time students spend inindependent reading(1)
    (1)Anderson, Wilson and Fielding

    Reading20 minutes a day =1.8 million words a year =1000 new vocabulary words

    So ... pledge to TAKE 20!Reading 20 minutes a day can make a big difference!

    • Read at home.
    • Read wherever you are. Look around – read things like posters, billboards, signs.
    • Make it fun – pick out books purely for pleasure reading.

    "BiblioNasium." - Kids Share Book Recommendations. Use Online Reading Logs, Find Books At Their Reading Level. Web. 07 July 2014. <>.

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