Area School Kids Get Boost From AmazonAmazon associates in North Texas delivered $15,000 worth of backpacks filled with school supplies and $24,000 to support science, technology, engineering efforts to six schools in Dallas and Fort Worth.
Several Dallas ISD Schools Open During Thanksgiving Break To Serve Breakfast & LunchA dozen schools in Dallas will be open over the Thanksgiving break to serve free breakfast and lunch.
Dallas ISD Considering Earlier Start Next YearStudents in the Dallas School District may have their summer cut short by a week next year.
DISD Students Learn Communication, Confidence And An 'Amazing Shake'As urban schools work to level the academic playing field, attention is now turning to what's being called the tie-breakers that technology can't teach, like communication and confidence.
Dallas ISD Needs Help Helping Displaced StudentsDISD is collecting uniforms, school supplies and backpack donations for students expected to enroll in district schools.
Dallas ISD To Educate Kids Displaced By South Texas FloodingThe Dallas Independent School District is helping kids displaced by Hurricane Harvey and the flooding rain get an education while they're seeking shelter in North Texas.
Trustees Mull Over Renaming Dallas ISD Schools Named After ConfederatesThe sweeping movement to rename campuses named after Confederates is again a topic of discussion for Dallas school trustees.
Thousands Heading To Dallas Mayor's Back to School FairLike kids across North Texas, schoolchildren in Dallas and their families are preparing to head back to class and today thousands of those young people are expected at the Mayor's Back to School Fair.
DISD Creating Its Own Hall Of FameNomination for the inaugural DISD Hall of Fame class is running through the end of September.
Dallas ISD Pushes Back Against Charter SchoolsThirteen percent of DISD's expected enrollment attends area public charter schools.
Dallas ISD Struggling With Staff Turnover At Some SchoolsSeveral resignations within the Dallas ISD are serving to highlight its struggle with staff turnover. "I think it'd be nice if we could find someone who could stay for a while," said parent Lori Kirkpatrick.
Some DISD Members Against 'Bathroom Bill' In Special SessionAs members of the Texas legislature return to Austin for a special session, some Dallas ISD leaders are pushing back.