While at the polls on Tuesday, some voters in Dallas could also weigh in on an issue that is not on any ballots, one that could change the structure of the Dallas ISD.
If you’re a voter heading to the polls in Dallas Tuesday, you may be asked to sign a petition involving the Dallas Independent School District. If you sign, you would be supporting a change in how the district is run and who’s in charge.
Parents of several elementary school students in Arlington say their children were bullied by police and school staff, during an assembly on bullying.
The Allen ISD is shutting down the stadium that put them on the map. District officials said that there are so many cracks in the concrete that it has become a safety concern.
There appears to be a problem with Allen ISD’s brand new, nearly $60 million stadium.
The suicide of a Spence Middle School student in December followed by what the Dallas ISD said were other “possible suicide attempts” has promoted the school to hold a parents meeting.
A DISD student admitted to CBS 11 News she was nervous about a new academic endeavor only experienced by one person she’s known. You see, the school district is offering her and thousands of other students the chance to take the SAT exam for free.
A Texas high school student claims to have simply not been paying attention when he ended up taking a can of beer to school. When the young man fessed up to his teacher he was slapped with a major suspension — now his mom is fighting the punishment.
Federal agents arrested two Dallas men Sunday after they watched them accept a shipment of 550 pounds of the drug Xanax, according to federal documents.
Most people believe the exchange of sexually explicit text messages between a teacher and student should not be happening and is probably against the law. But a North Texas court has ruled that some ‘sexting’ is actually free speech and protected by the law.
Prosecutors have dropped a case against a teacher accused of exchanging sexually explicit texts with a 13-year-old student, alleging that an appeals court ruling found them to be protected speech.
A community is on alert after a spike in drug overdoses at one Dallas school. Parents and school officials had an eye-opening meeting on Monday night to discuss the issue.