Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD

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Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Announces Summer Food Service Program

Students who attend Carrollton Farmers Branch schools can get free meals during the summer.


David Vroonland
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Mesquite Schools Names Lone Finalist For Superintendent

David Vroonland is currently the superintendent in Frenship ISD, a district of more than 8,000 students and 12 campuses on the southwestern side of Lubbock County.


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Kids Go Back To Class After Ebola Quarantine

Several students across North Texas are heading back to class on Monday after clearing their recommended 21-day monitoring period for possible contact with Ebola.


Gerardo Rodriguez Alvarez (credit: Carrollton Police Department)

Suspect Named In CFBISD Employee’s Murder

Police in Carrollton have identified a suspect in a murder case that rocked DFW on Thursday.


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Dead Body Found At Carrollton School Building

Crime scene detectives are searching for clues after a man’s dead body was discovered at a building belonging to the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD.


Carrollton Schools Locked Down While Police Search For Suspect

Four Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD schools have been placed on lockdown as Carrollton Police search for an armed suspect.


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I-Team: Storm Shelters Rare In North Texas Schools

The CBS 11 I-Team took a closer look at schools in our area, uncovering information on which districts have underground shelters, which don’t and why.

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R.L. Turner High School, in Carrollton, lockdown on January 28. (credit: CBSDFW.COM)

Phoned In Bomb Threat Results In High School Evacuation

The entire campus of R.L. Turner High School in Carrollton was evacuated for more than an hour Monday morning.


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Local School Paying Students Who Ace AP Tests

A new program has a North Texas high school paying students who do well on Advanced Placement tests.


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Texas School Cuts To Be Felt In Ways Big And Small

In one fast-growing Texas district, two new schools will sit empty this year because there’s no money for teachers. Another district’s cuts mean students who want to take the bus will have to pay $185 a semester for the ride. In yet another district, the bands won’t travel to away football games.


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Farmers Branch Voters Say No To Separate ISD

Farmers Branch voters overwhelmingly said they do not want to start their own school district. Two-thirds of the voters turned down the referendum, backed by their outgoing mayor.


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Farmers Branch ISD Choice Goes To A Vote

You could call it a school district divorce, of sorts. Tuesday night the Farmers Branch City Council decided to ask voters if they should start their own school district.