Mesquite ISD

Mesquite ISD Installing Massive ‘Shade Pavilions’ To Protect Teams, Coaches from Heat

by | Aug 18, 2023
On 110-degree days like today, what's a high school football team to do? Mesquite ISD has a solution: It's installing Hellas "shade pavilions" at all five of its high schools to let quarterbacks, cheerleaders, marching bands, soccer teams, and more practice in breezy, shaded bliss.
Dallas Nonprofit Education Opens Doors Adds 3 New Board Members
by | Jan 20, 2023

The board of directors of Education Opens Doors, a Dallas-based nonprofit that partners with middle schools to train teachers to equip their students with college and career knowledge, has appointed Dr....

The Last Word: Mesquite’s Kim Buttram on the City’s Manufacturing Day
Buttram says there are "so many careers to choose from—and we're making sure Mesquite connects the best and brightest!" The city plans to do that on October 14 by holding its third annual Manufacturing Day at Vanguard High School, 4201 Faithon P. Lucas Sr. Blvd. in Mesquite. Presented by the Mesquite Business Retention and Expansion Task Force, the event aims to connect Mesquite ISD juniors and seniors—as well as Dallas College students—with local manufacturers and manufacturing careers.
Dallas-Based GreenLight’s Blockchain Platform is Powering College Readiness for Texas High School Students
by | Sep 17, 2020
GreenLight Credentials has been chosen to provide its blockchain platform to the Texas College Bridge. Now more than 6,000 students will be able to electronically share certificates and other records directly with colleges.