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     Please click on the image to read Principal's Message


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  • Attention all Juniors who registered for Sociology/AP Psychology:


    You are REQUIRED to attend an orientation meeting. There will be SIX orientation meetings held next week, in Room 108, from which to choose.
    Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning at 8:30am OR Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 4:25pm. You must attend ONE of those meetings and you must be on time.


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  • Jazz poster

    Come out to the Sammons Center for the
    BTW Spring Jazz Concert
     
    featuring
    Jazz Combo I & II
    Fusion Ensemble
    Jazz Singers
     
    Date:  Friday, April 21
    Time:  7:00 - 9:00p.m.
    Place:  Sammons Center for the Arts
                3630 Harry Hines Blvd.
     
    Admission is free!
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  • Much Ado About Nothing poster


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  • Home Sweet Home Image

    Booker T. Washington HSPVA will be hosting 40th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition!

    Any Booker T. graduate can enter up to 2 entries for $8/entry by April 23, 2017.

    Artworks should be original works created within the last 3 years.

    Maximum dimensions are 36 x 36 x 36 inches.

    Accepted entries should be ready for installation; two-dimensional work should be framed with a hanging device.

    Art cannot be shipped to the school and must be hand-delivered to the Hudson Gallery May 8-May 9.

    Reception will be held in the Gallery on May 15 at 6 PM.

    Please use this link to sumbit your entries and thank you for your participation!


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  •  LunchJam Image

    Don't miss an opportunity to see the Booker T. students in action

    for the Sammons Lunch Jam Spring Lineup:
     
    March 30 - Contemporary Music / Visual Arts
    April 6 - Dance / Visual Arts
    April 13 - Music (TBA) / Visual Arts
    April 20 - Theatre / Visual Arts
    April 27 - Musical Theatre / Visual Arts
     
    Sammons Park (in front of the Winspear)
    12:00 Noon 

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  • STAAR Banner

    English I    March 28
    English II    March 30
    Algebra I    May 1
    Biology    May 2
    US History    May 3

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  • See the updated schedule on the website or see Dr. Barrett for more information. 
     
     
    Saturday Tutoring
     
     
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  • Students & Parents, GET CONNECTED!


    Parents:

    For Text Alerts,
    text @btwpalerts to 81010

    For Email Alerts, go to
    http://remind.com/join/btwpalerts

    Newsletter: Sign up
    HERE

    For Daily Announcements,
    text @btwdaily to 81010


    Students:

    Freshmen, text @btw9 to 81010
    Sophomores, text @btw10 to 81010
    Juniors, text @btw11 to 81010
    Seniors, text @btw12 to 81010


    Emergency Texts:

    Text @btw911 to 81010


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  • BTW

    Did you attend Booker T / Arts Magnet as a student? 

    We want to hear from you, and get in touch with you. 

    Click HERE to go to our Alumni Registration website

    and give us your contact info.  It's quick and easy!

     


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Campus News

  • Six Visual Arts students received awards in the 2017 Young American Talent (YAT) competition.

    Click on the image for more information. ......................................................................

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  • Congratulations to our Wind Ensemble

    for earning the UIL Sweepstakes Award at the Region 20 Concert and Sight-Reading contest held at Duncanville High School. ......................................................................

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  • New book celebrates 40 years of Booker T. grads

    A newly released book titled "Fulfilling the Vision: Celebrating One Dallas Art School's Impact on the World" tells the stories of dozens of successful graduates from Booker T. In Dallas and around the world, they continue to excel in a variety of careers. Portraits and in-depth interviews, 176 pages, full-color coffee-table size book. Click on the image for more information. ......................................................................

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  • Jackson Rogers receives the Eagle Scout Award!

    Jackson has received the Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America, the highest award a scout can attain. He was granted his Eagle Scout Award for holding a food drive for Woodrow Wilson High School Students. Congratulations, Jackson! .....................................................................

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  • Case Cockrell receives the Eagle Scout Award!

    Case has received the Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America. He was granted his Eagle Scout Award for collecting hygiene products for veterans in need at Veterans Hospital. Congratulations, Case! .....................................................................

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  • Emily Anderson receives the Gold Award!

    Emily has received the Gold Award from the Girl Scouts of America. She was granted her Girl Scout Gold Award for teaching fourth- and fifth-grade students at Advantage Academy tap and dance etiquette as a fun way to exercise. Congratulations, Emily! .....................................................................

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  • Class Act of the Week

    Booker T. student Saul Flores is featured on the CW television network, as The CW33 “Class Act of the Week”! Click on the image to view the video coverage and more information. ......................................................................

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  • 2017 YAT Competition

    Many Booker T. Art students' works are currently being displayed at El Centro College at H Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery. The Gallery exhibit runs through March 22 and the Award's Ceremony will be on the last night of the show. ......................................................................

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  • 2017 Young Masters Exhibition

    The 2017 Young Masters AP fine arts exhibition is on display February 25-April 16 in the Concourse Gallery of the Dallas Museum of Art! We have 12 students in the exhibit and 1 Art History essay. ......................................................................

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  • Art Contest at the Texas Discovery Gardens

    Students from selected VA classes entered the Nature Abounds Art Contest at the Texas Discovery Gardens. Sophmore, Isa Vaughn, has her art work featured on their invitation. ......................................................................

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  • Visual Arts Senior Awarded a Jury Merit Award!

    Visual Art Senior, Julie Torres, was awarded a Jury Merit award for her submission to this year's 2D3D National Art + Design Competition! ......................................................................

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  • Congratulations to our student musicians!

    Congrats to everyone for their participation at the UIL Solo and Ensemble contest.Click on the image for more information. ......................................................................

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  • Congratulations to Arianna Cadeddu

    who placed second at the Regional English Speaking Union's Shakespeare Competition held on Saturday, February 25, at Highland Park High School. ......................................................................

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  • Congrats to our National Merit Finalist Frances Garnett!

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  • August Wilson Monologue Competition

    Congratulations to Senior Zalayna Jenkins who won the August Wilson Monologue Competition! She will advance to the national competition at the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway in April. ......................................................................

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