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Mission Statement
The Dallas School District provides excellence in education to enable all students to learn, lead, and succeed.

Vision Statement
The Dallas School District has vision focused on excellence in education which utilizes a rigorous, relevant curriculum, dynamic instruction, technology, co-curricular opportunities, the workplace and the community. Our students will become collaborative, competitive, resourceful, and constructive, college and career ready citizens. Our community values of responsibility, honesty, appreciation for diversity, and strong work ethic will be central to our schools. The community, students, and faculty and staff will work together to demonstrate life-long learning.

Latest News

Operation Warm Coat

In conjunction with the school-wide Olweus anti-bullying program, Dallas Elementary School students in Mrs. Bird’s, Mrs. Farrell’s, Miss Palfey’s, and Mr. Viglone’s third grade classes participated in a fund drive to show kindness and caring to students in a neighboring, city school in Scranton. Students were asked to donate $1 to wear their pajamas to school for their Friday anti- bullying lesson. All proceeds collected went to “Operation Warm”, a national non-profit program that the Scranton Firefighters have partnered with, to provide needy children with a brand-new, American made coat for the winter. The third graders raised enough funds for eight coats to be produced and shipped to our area.


Fight For the Cure

The Dallas High School and Middle School Cheer programs joined forces on October 23 to raise funds for a Fight For the Cure. One of the program goals has been to actively inspire our student-athletes to learn through service events. The teams raised $350.00 and a check was presented to Candy's place.

Campus Clean Up

As a way of giving back to our school and community, the Dallas Girls Soccer Team took part in a Campus Clean Up. The girls walked the entire campus picking up garbage from the High School and Stadium all the way down to the softball and soccer fields.

DES and WES Safety Patrol


Upcoming Events

November 10, 2015

Dallas High School in conjunction with the Scranton Public Theatre, will present playwright Tom Flannery's highly acclaimed one man, one act play," The Last Thoughts of Gino Merli” as part of the High School’s Veteran’s Day celebrations. There will be TWO FREE performances in the School's state of the art auditorium. The first show at 1:30 in the afternoon is exclusively for the student population, while the second show at 7:00 P.M. is for the General Public. The running time for the play is 48 minutes. Professional actor Bob Shlesinger is playing the role of Gino Merli. The play tells the remarkable true story of World War II Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, Gino Merli, from NEPA, who NBC news personality Tom Brokaw credited as one of the inspirations for his best selling books " The Greatest Generation ". Since 2007, the play has toured throughout our region, and nearly 36,000 students, teachers, veterans, and members of the general public have seen it. It is dedicated to the men and women of the United States who have proudly worn the uniform of our country whether it be in war or in peace time.

November 20 & 21, 2015

Dallas High School theater club presents: "You Can't Take It With You" at 8pm. Tickets $6.00.

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Last Modified: Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015