The School of Science and Engineering Magnet at the Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Center (known as the School of Science and Engineering or SEM) is located at the Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Center, home of six magnet high schools in the Dallas Independent School District. SEM's mascot is the eagle, and its school colors are maroon and white. Tiffany Huitt is serving as principal, following Jovan Carisa Wells who was promoted to DISD Executive Director of Division 4 Office. Ms. Wells had served as principal following Richard White who retired suddenly for health reasons.
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... SEM does not offer sports (due to rules and regulations involving magnet schools-though students may play at their home high schools), but it does provide a wide variety of extracurricular activities ... SEM won the AAAAA individual UIL Computer Science event at the UIL State competition in Austin, Texas in 2001, and also won the AAAAA team UIL Computer Science competition in both 2000 and 2001 ...
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