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Denison ISD Superintendent Talks Back To School Changes on Good Morning Texoma

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 Denison ISD isn't just starting a new school year, the district is starting a whole new way of doing things for thousands of students.

Tuesday on Good Morning Texoma, Superintendent Doctor Henry Scott stopped by the studio to talk about the new High School,  and the changes with the middle, intermediate and elementary schools.  Click on the video link for more details.

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