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DCTA hosting virtual town halls for proposed on-demand rideshare service – Cross Timbers Gazette | Southern Denton County | Flower Mound

The Denton County Transportation Authority is hosting several virtual town hall meetings about the proposed GoZone on-demand rideshare service that will replace most of the agency’s fixed-route service.

In April, DCTA’s Board of Directors approved the proposed service plan from River North Via, an on-demand service provider, after concluding that an on-demand service model would be the most advantageous service for both DCTA passengers and the agency overall, according to a DCTA news release.

“We are looking forward to the enhanced quality of service, increased service area and extended hours of service that have been proposed for GoZone service,”

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Denton Magnet School named Alabama’s Most Outstanding Middle School | Mobile County Alabama News

MOBILE, Ala. –Denton Magnet School of Technology, located on Pleasant Valley Road in Mobile, offers advanced-level courses in all subjects, while providing students with opportunities to learn about and explore various technologies.

Students take a design and modeling class their sixth-grade year and can move up to take classes including: robotics, flight and space, medical detectives, television production, graphic arts, computer science for innovators, and more.

Denton received the designation as Alabama’s Most Outstanding Middle School based upon how students in the ACES club performed in a recent statewide, virtual competition.

Denton students racked up 8 first-place in categories ranging

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Denton Magnet School of Technology named Alabama’s Most Outstanding Middle School of the Year

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Denton Magnet School of Technology was just named Alabama’s Most Outstanding Middle School of the Year by the Technology Student Association of Alabama.

Denton Magnet School of Technology, located on Pleasant Valley Road in Mobile, offers advanced-level courses in all subjects while providing students with opportunities to learn about and explore various technologies. Students take a design and modeling class their sixth-grade year and can move up to take classes including robotics, flight and space, medical detectives, television production, graphic arts, computer science for innovators, and more.

Denton received the designation as Alabama’s Most Outstanding Middle

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