THE PLACE TO BE
Morning & Afternoon!
April 27, 2016
Meet at 8:30 in the
Bank of America Lobby
Read to DISD Kindergarteners
Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Ed.D. was renamed the Superintendent at Dallas Independent School District on September 15, 2015, after serving
as the interim superintendent since June 26, and was apparently the only applicant considered for the job following the rocky three-year
term of Mike Miles, who resigned in June. Dr. Hinojosa was previously the Superintendent at Dallas Independent School District from 2005
to 2011 when he left Dallas County to serve as the superintendent in Cobb County, Georgia, a suburban Atlanta district.
Dr. Hinojosa's career in Texas public education spans more than 30 years, starting as a teacher and coach in Dallas ISD. Dr. Hinojosa has
served as a Superintendent/Chief Executive Officer in Texas since 1994. Dr. Hinojosa’s recognitions have included selection as
Superintendent of the Year by The University of Texas at Austin Department of Educational Administration and as Texas Superintendent
of the Year by the Texas Association of School Boards. He was named a Distinguished Alumnus by the College of Education at
Texas Tech University and is past president of the Texas Association of School Administrators.
Dr. Hinojosa received a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University. He earned his master’s degree at the University of North Texas
and received his doctorate from The University of Texas at Austin.
Join us at The City Club - 901 Main Street - 6900 Bank of America Plaza
Bring a Guest!
Quote of the Week
I get sad every time I hear someone say, "I don't read." It's like saying "I don't learn," or "I don't laugh," or
"I don't live."
Parking Options for The City Club, 901 Main Street, Bank of America Plaza
Bank of America Plaza has a very reasonable Valet Parking at the Grand Plaza
to the Bank Plaza at Main, just before or after Griffin Street (depending on the way you approaching the bank) where you can park for a $7.00 fee paid to RCD
Texas Club Parking Garage
800 Main Street
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