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Lake Travis, Dripping Springs school districts are finalists for award

The Lake Travis school district and the Dripping Springs school board are among the finalists for the 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards.

As finalists, the Dripping Springs school board has been awarded $5,000 and the Lake Travis District has been awarded $2,500.

The winners, and more cash prizes, will be announced on May 7 at a ceremony at the Austin Hilton.

Complete list of finalists:


• Allen ISD —Allen, Texas

• Brownsville ISD — Brownsville, Texas

• Grand Prairie ISD — Grand Prairie, Texas

• Northwest ISD — Fort Worth, Texas

• Socorro ISD — El Paso, Texas


• Alamo Heights ISD — San Antonio, Texas

• Hutto ISD — Hutto, Texas

• Lake Travis ISD – Austin, Texas


• Vogel Alcove— Dallas, Texas

• Dalton Early Childhood Center – Uvalde, Texas

• Victoria ISD – Victoria, Texas

• John H. Cherry – Bay City, Texas

• Pre-K 4 San Antonio Education Center – San Antonio, Texas


• Harlingen ISD – Harlingen, Texas

• Dripping Springs ISD — Dripping Springs, Texas

• Fort Bend ISD — Sugar Land, Texas

• Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD – Bedford, Texas

• Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City – Schertz, Texas

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