Grand Prairie Child Faces Felony Charges For Threat Against SchoolThe FBI helped police in Grand Prairie catch the person who posted a threat against a school on social media. That suspect, a former student, is now in custody and facing felony charges.
Grand Prairie Middle Schooler Faces Felony For Social Media ThreatMany parents decided to keep their children home Tuesday after hearing about the threat by a student at Ronald Reagan Middle School.
GPISD Leader In Hot Water Over Collectible CarThe Grand Prairie ISD Superintendent's collectible car is worth more than $50,000 after students restored it
Grand Prairie Teacher Arrested For Improper Teacher-Student RelationshipA local high school teacher is under arrest, accused of having an improper relationship with a student.
GPISD May Add Program Aimed At Nursing ShortageGrand Prairie ISD is considering a dual program with UT Arlington that would greatly benefit future nurses.
Grand Prairie Teacher Says Oklahoma Allegations Aren't TrueDurham’s own attorney turned him in, and claimed Durham said he was capable of “doing things along the line of what happened in Newtown (Connecticut).”
Grand Prairie Teacher Suspended After District Learns Of 2013 ArrestSTEM teacher Christopher Durham is said to have told his students to Google him, where they found he had been arrested in Oklahoma.
Missing Student & Teacher Found At Richardson MotelA missing former Grand Prairie High School math teacher and 16-year-old student have been found at a motel in Richardson.
Grand Prairie Police Searching For Missing Juvenile And TeacherA Grand Prairie High School math teacher, Michael Perez, is believed to have taken off with a 16-year-old student, Amy Botton. The teacher has been fired.
Former Grand Prairie ISD CFO Indicted For Embezzlement The former Chief Financial Officer for the Grand Prairie Independent School district was arrested Monday on a Federal Indictment by a grand jury and charged with theft.
STEM Focus For One North Texas School Starts In Parking LotAmid a nationwide push to get more students interested in STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—a North Texas school district is doing more than tweaking the curriculum.
No Carbon Monoxide Detectors In Most North Texas SchoolsAccording to Texas law, schools are not required to have carbon monoxide monitors.