Scene and Heard in Lakewood/East Dallas

Elementary students get a lesson in entomology, and high school students traveled to Costa Rica.

The bug guys

Entomologists Russ Horton and Don Schultz from Dallas-based Home Team Pest Defense put on a presentation for Alex Sanger Elementary students last month. The students received junior entomology certificates for their participation.



The Woodrow Wilson High School baseball team beat Adamson High School in its recent bi-district series, two games to one.


Getting the travel bug

A group of Woodrow Wilson High School Pre-IB sophomores and freshmen traveled to Costa Rica over spring break to visit schools, learn about the country’s culture and experience eco-tourism. The students learned about wildlife, volcanoes, waterfalls, beaches and people in Costa Rica. Students are following up with community service projects at the Costa Rican schools. Woodrow International Baccalaureate groups are planning trips to Spain and China this summer and to London and Paris next spring.


Super volunteer

Shirley Christensen recently celebrated 45 years as a volunteer at Doctors Hospital at White Rock Lake. She has put in nearly 7,000 volunteer hours with the hospital.

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