Holly Wallace HOWALLACE@dallasisd.org
Casaundra Ensley CEnsley@dallasisd.org
Chalet Hill CHALBROWN@dallasisd.org
Verionica Fulton VFULTON@dallasisd.org
Dwight Seals DSEALS@dallasisd.org
Grade Level: 6-8
Trustee District and Trustee Name: Edwin Flores, District 1
Executive Director: Melody Cogswell-Paschall
PTA Information: PTA meeting dates and times are listed on our calendar
Uniform: Uniform guidelines links are listed on the home page
School Colors: Blue and Grey
Mission Statement: TO UNIFY A POSITIVE CULTURE OF STUDENT SUCCESS WITH RIGOR AND ENGAGEMENT TO PROMOTE HOLISTIC ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT.
Extracurricular Activities Offered:
E.D. Walker Middle School is named after Dr. Ewell D. Walker, former teacher and Assistant Superintendent for Dallas ISD. The school has experienced many transformations; a middle school when it opened in the 1970's, a Special Education Center in the 1980's through 2000, an elementary vanguard from 2000 - 2006, then back to its origins as a middle school since the 2006 - 2007 school year.
- UIL Athletic Football
- Track and Field
- Band Ensemble
- Visual Arts Program
- Theatre Arts
- Cheerleading Programs
- National Junior Honor Society
- Theatre/Drama Club
- Newspaper/Yearbook Advisory Program
- Student Council
E.D. Walker Middle School is a community of excellence, complete with wonderful students and staff tucked away in a North Dallas community. E.D. Walker Middle School is a community of learners, with Teachers, who continually work on their craft as instructors, and our students who are committed to doing things, "The Walker Way." E.D. Walker Middle School prides itself with a couple of mottos; "Learning Today..Leading Tomorrow!" and "High Expectations for every student, every class period, every day, no exceptions, and no excuses!"
The majority of our student population come from four excellent elementary schools: Nathan Adams, Jerry R. Junkins, Harry C. Withers and George H. W. Bush and our students feed into W. T. White High School. Students come to us well prepared, and our goal is to continue to educate them on the path toward college and career readiness.