Voters To Decide On Funding Of Crossing Guard ProgramDallas County voters will decide this November if they want to pay to keep school crossing guards on duty.
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.
Kids Left Out In Cold After Some School Bus Drivers Don't Make It To WorkCedar Hill ISD didn't want a repeat of what happened on Tuesday, so on Wednesday they delayed the start of school a couple of hours.
Dallas Taxpayers Will Pay Crossing Guards Through End Of School YearThe Dallas City Council voted Wednesday to spend more than $2 million to pay their salaries through the end of the school year.
State Sen. Brings Sides Together To Try To Fund Crossing Guards
Dallas Crossing Guard Shares Story Amid Uncertain FutureOne crossing guard said she's heard nothing from her supervisors despite the fact Dallas County Schools says it won't have a crossing guard program after this month.
Dallas Schools Have Crossing Guard ProblemThe program that provides school safety guards who escort children across busy streets is not a local school district service.
Dallas School Crossing Guard Program In FluxThe City of Dallas is suing Dallas County Schools to keep the agency from abruptly stopping the school crossing guard service that it has provided for years.
DISD Is Now In The School Bus BusinessDuring a briefing Thursday, Dallas ISD staffers told board trustees the best way to make sure students get to school safely and on time is to run the buses themselves.
Dallas ISD Leaders Work On New Plan For School Bus ServiceThere is a daunting task ahead for the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) as leaders work to come up with a plan to get tens of thousands of students to school everyday.
New Leaders Take Control At Dallas County Schools, Tackle Old Problems"Our current financial situation is pretty bleak." King says during the past five years, the agency's debt has skyrocketed from $36 to $147 million dollars.
Dallas County Schools Bus Drivers Claim They Are ScapegoatsMichelle Foster, a DCS driver for 13 years said, "Our job is to take your precious dumplings to school and make sure they're safe."