MacArthur High School Soccer Player Wins Scholar Athlete HonorSoccer practice at MacArthur High School in Irving was interrupted to surprise Delanie Castor with this month's scholar athlete honor for her achievements in the classroom and on the field.
DISD Names 3 Teachers Of The YearEarly Thursday the teachers each received a surprise visit from school leaders who showed up with balloons, cake and a $5,000 check.
Safety Concerns Return To School Bus Stop Along Harry Hines BoulevardA busy stretch of Harry Hines Boulevard continues to be a top spot where drivers are ticketed for passing a school bus, even though officials determined that the bus should not stop there.
Heating Issues Close Highland Park High SchoolHighland Park High School is cancelling classes Thursday after they say there was a problem with the heating system.
Crowley ISD Opens Schools Early To Help Keep Students WarmThe goal of keeping kids safe in the freezing cold is something schools across North Texas are working hard to do.
Chilly Temperatures Play Big Part In Morning For Fort Worth StudentsThe Metroplex stayed clear of icy roads as winter weather moved through North Texas, but the frigid temperatures still played a big part in the morning for some students.
'I May Not Look Like Dr. King, But I Believe Like Dr. King'Wesley Stoker won first place at the 26th annual Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competition - beating out 121 students from 16 DISD schools.
Teacher Arrested At School Board Meeting Says Lawsuit Seems LikelyThe teacher who was ejected from a school board meeting and roughly handcuffed after questioning her superintendent's pay raise said that a lawsuit is likely the next step.
Federal Officials Say Texas Illegally Denied Thousands Special Education ServicesThe U.S. Department of Education’s letter comes after a 15-month review into the dramatic decline in special education enrollment in Texas in the past decade.
Weather-Related Cancellations & Delays For DFWHere's a list of the latest weather-related closings and delays for Thursday.
Homework Assignment Asked Students To "Give 3 Good Reasons For Slavery"Earlier this week, a teacher at a school in Wisconsin handed out an assignment to fourth-grade students, asking them to "give three good reasons for slavery." It was met with immediate backlash.
Federal Report Says Texas Violated Special Education LawsThe U.S. Department of Education has announced that Texas violated federal law when it comes to educating students with disabilities. The department released their report on Thursday.

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