Homecoming 2019!

Townview Homecoming

Homecoming Week

  • Monday 10/21 Pajama Day
  • Tuesday 10/22 Meme/Character Day
  • Wednesday 10/23 Western Day
  • Thursday 10/24 Throwback Day
  • Friday 10/25 Spirit Day

Homecoming Dance

  • Friday 10/25, Townview Commons 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Purchase your ticket for Homecoming Dance

No ticket sales at the door!!

Option 1: online

  • School of Business and Management will be sharing a link to pay online soon!
  • $15 / person

Option 2: in person

  • Monday 10/21 to Friday 10/25
  • Room 394 (Mr. Wade)
  • 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
  • $15 / person
  • cash only

Please Donate!!

Halloween Candy Sale

Our annual PTSA Halloween sale is just around the corner!  We will be selling spooky sticks, MEGA spooky sticks and other fun treats in the SEM hallway on Halloween before school and during all lunches.  The money raised from this event goes to graduation funds for each class.  We need your candy and snack donations to make his event a success!  Please consider donating a bag of snack-size chips and/or fun size Halloween candy.  Spicy snacks are a student favorite!   Please bring donated items to the SEM office through October 22st.  We will also be collecting items at Parent/Teacher conference night on Monday, October 7th…come by and say hi!  Thank you for supporting the SEM PTSA.

Changing the Face of STEM

URU The Right to Be, Inc. invites you to a groundbreaking, national education initiative focused on bringing together all stakeholders to develop tangible and sustainable solutions for equity and inclusion in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEM). To register, see the flyer below or click here.

Uru The Right To Be Flyer

Student Night at the Dallas Holocaust Museum

The Junior Board at the Dallas Holocaust Museum will be holding a speaker event featuring Holocaust Survivor Max Glauben on Sunday, March 31st.  High school and college students are invited to learn about Mr. Glauben’s experiences under Nazi rule and discuss how to be an Upstander, or someone who stands up for the rights of others, in today’s society. The purpose of this speaker event is to educate the youth of today so that they may create a better tomorrow. An optional tour of the museum will be available from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. before the event, and the main program is from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. After Mr. Glauben speaks, students will be invited to break into small discussion groups to talk about the steps they can take to be Upstanders. All high school and college students who are interested are welcome to come to this free event. Free food and parking will be provided. More information here.

Pi Day Math Festival

Pi Day Math Festival

SAMMONS PARK – 2403 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201

In partnership with talkSTEM, AT&T Performing Arts Center invites you to join us for the third annual Pi Day Math Festival featuring walkSTEM.

The festival will showcase the many ways in which math impacts our world – in art, nature, science and more. Enjoy fun math-related activities from a variety of exhibitors.

Participating organizations include:
· Dallas Zoo
· Southern Methodist University
· Dallas Museum of Art
· Microsoft Shop at NorthPark Center
· Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
· Museum of Geometric and MADI Art
· Dallas Innovation Alliance
· Bold Idea
· Love Field Airport
· Texas Legends
· Dallas ISD Environmental Education Center
· Dallas County Community College District
· Dallas Opera
· UT Arlington (Math Dept and Architecture & Urban Planning Dept)
· Dallas Public Library
· Dallas Arboretum
· City Lab High School (Dallas ISD)
· Perot Museum of Nature and Science
· UT Southwestern Medical Center
· Dallas Jazz Piano Society


STEM in the Dallas Arts District: A Special Pi Day Panel Discussion
Moderated by Sam Baker, KERA’s Senior Editor and Morning Edition Host
10:30 – 11:15 a.m.

STEM is everywhere! Learn how science, technology, engineering and math play a part in bringing the arts to life in the Dallas Arts District during this family-friendly conversation. Representatives from the Perot Museum of Nature & Science, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Dallas Opera will discuss how they use STEM in their careers every day. 

The Pi Day Math Festival is open to families, teachers and interested grown-ups. No unaccompanied minors permitted.

The event is FREE, but please RSVP here