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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Thursday, April 05, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 64 Thursday, April 5, 2018
LISD Campuses Honored: The Flippin Group has named both San Jacinto Elementary and Liberty Middle School a Capturing Kids Hearts National Showcase Campus for the 2017-18 school year. Back in March 2015, we reported the Liberty school board approved funding to implement the Flippin Group’s Capturing Kids Hearts program districtwide. This program is designed to improve relationships between Liberty ISD educators, students and their families with the goal of improving student academic performance. Schools across the country are nominated for the Capturing Kids Hearts’ national award based on in-person observations plus the level of implementation of the program by all staff. The other criterion for this award includes data that demonstrates the program has made significant improvement in attendance, discipline, climate or academics.
Downtown Dayton: We have reported on the joint effort by the Dayton City Council and the Dayton Community Development Corporation Board to develop and implement a Downtown Revitalization Plan. A public open house on that plan was held on March 27. According to Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon, attendance at the meeting was good, with lots of public input on ways to keep the city of Dayton’s downtown area viable once retail development associated with S.H. 99 starts attracting shoppers to the areas outside the city. In addition to finding ways to keep the downtown Dayton area thriving, the plan is also about finding ways for the city to secure a variety of community development grants once that plan is in place.
Art Competition: Dayton ISD is hosting the 2018 U.S. Congressional Art Competition Reception on Saturday, April 21. Each year, the U. S. Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide visual arts competition for high school students. The purpose is to recognize and encourage artistic talent within each congressional district. District 36 Congressman Brian Babin presents this year’s Congressional Art Competition Awards Reception and Gallery at the Dayton Community Center. The public is invited to view the art competition entries free of charge. For info, call the Dayton Chamber at 936-257-2393.
Obituaries: Roseen “Rosie” Lowe, 87, of Liberty. Service is 2 p.m. Friday in Allison Funeral Service.
*Lake Release: 29,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 28.44 ASL*


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