The Dallas Independent School District Board of Trustees has a campus security proposal on the table that is poised to make a monumental shift in campus security on 150 elementary school campuses.
Dallas ISD’s Henderson Elementary is the scene of students having fun and getting messy. They are getting out of their comfort zone and into challenging thinking with the Mad Scientists Convention, now in its third year.
There are new security systems headed to elementary schools in one North Texas school district. The Arlington school board is moving ahead to install buzzer/camera systems at all of its 51 elementary schools.
It was another chilly day for some Dallas Independent School District students inside their classrooms. The heat has been out at two elementary schools for at least three days.
What is believed to have been a car backfiring may have lead to the lockdown of Birdville Elementary School and the Shannon Learning Center, both in Haltom City. Police said they initially received a report of a gun or gunfire near the school.
Investigators looking into the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary on Friday are hinting that a personality disorder, mental illness or autism played a role. But psychologist believes it is a particular kind of mental illness called atypical depression.
A female elementary school teacher in South Texas has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a 12-year-old male student.
A campus-wide parents meeting following the arrest of a coach and teacher on indecency with a child has brought changes to Plano ISD’s Hunt Elementary School.
A Dallas Independent School District nurse has been placed on administrative leave after being accused of stealing a student’s attention-deficit disorder medication and replacing it with pain medication, according to court documents.
The first day of school feels to children the way the first day on a job feels to parents, a bit stressful. The two best ways to prepare your children for a less stressful first day is to change as many unknown factors to known and provide positive support.
The Highland Park DPS and the Park Cities YMCA partnered to raise awareness for walkable communities and the need for safer routes at a Highland Park Elementary School.
More than 100 buses pick up and drop off students in the Allen Independent School District. Servicing and fueling those buses can be a monumental task, because not all of them end up in the same facility.