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By the time I moved to Dallas inthe Lakewood Rats were more legend than fact. I only knew two. One became a Baptist Preacher. The other was a guy that was so tough looking in that most people would cross the street if he was walking down it.
I saw him about 25 years later here in Lakewood. He was balding, had on a really bad looking leather jacket that was very worn and it couldn't even close around his pot belly.
Now that was not cool!!! Regards, Jeanette Howeth Crumpler www. Taffy Krueger '55 reported that he had talked with Bill this week and Bill seemed to be in good spirits and health.
I want to strongly protest changing the name of North Dallas High School. I hope that Mr. Price's proposal is just that, a proposal. I hope you and the other members of the board will listen to us and have not made up your minds. The fact that I admired Judge Sanders and do not admire Commissioner Price has nothing to do with it.
North Dallas is a part of my life and has been for well over 50 years. When something has that much history and memories, why would anyone even propose a name change? I didn't go to college.
I went straight into the military. Therefore, North Dallas High School is everything to me. Please don't change the name. Put up a plaque or a statue in the School District building for Judge Sanders.
From Anne Geralds - I had an article in the "Bulldog New" but would also like to have it posted on the web site if possible. I am gathering all the information I can on Dan Thompson.
He taught at ND from - ; was Assistant Principle from - ; and then Principle from - Anyone who remembers him and could e-mail what you remember would be greatly appreciated. This includes good, bad or whatever. I want to write a biography of Mr. Thompson to put in one of the cases outside the library at ND.
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
I can be contacted: Fred Wright, a former teacher at North Dallas is still alive or where he is? Christian-Charles de Plicque, a former student is a pastor of a church in Finland, north of the Arctic Circle, who is suffering from cancer, and is trying to find some of his former teachers.
Christian was a groundbreaker of sorts, being the first Black student to attend North Dallas. Tardy Story" - From: One day in class he told us of a time when he hung a student boy by his heels out Mr. It is also my recollection that Mr. Tardy was a wrestler before he was a teacher.
He could have been, he was huge! As far as a teacher goes I think he was the best! We studied very little from a school book. Tardy spent classroom period asking questions in Spanish that you only knew the answer if you had read the newspaper.
I have traveled in Mexico and lived in Texas with only my high school Spanish to back me up.Camas School District’s One:World initiative (pronounced “one to world”) is connecting each student to the world around them through technology.
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Please bring this completed form to the tables located in front of the admin office before school on Monday, August 20th or Tuesday, August 21st between am and am to obtain an Off-Campus Lunch Pass. The shooting took place during the afternoon of February 14, , at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, an affluent suburb about 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Fort Lauderdale.
The shooter, former student Nikolas Cruz, was dropped off at the school by an Uber driver at p.m., shortly before dismissal time. Carrying a duffel bag and a backpack, he was spotted and.