Plano Independent School District
There’s nothing new about dozens of school buses in one district. In fact, the I-Team discovered some of the fleet is old enough to have hauled some parents when they were in school!
A security contractor has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud a suburban North Texas school district out of millions of dollars. A U.S. Attorney’s statement issued Tuesday says Carol Ann LaRue has pleaded guilty to one conspiracy count.
It’s a battle of words. Mayor Mike Rawlings says the DISD is putting his city at a disadvantage. As an example Rawlings points to companies like Toyota. This week, the automaker announced it is moving its U.S. headquarters to Plano.
Friday night lights turned into a Friday night fistfight. Now, police are investigating an ugly brawl that happened at a Plano Whataburger restaurant.
Plano residents may be looking at a property tax election this fall. The Plano ISD wants a tax hike that so high, it would automatically trigger an election.
Administrators in the Plano Independent School District have decided on a new plan to keep students safe in schools. While the human security presence will be increased the district is also taking a digital approach.
A Plano man accused of child molestation and free on bond has posted some disturbing video online.
Documents obtained by CBS 11 show the Plano Independent School District had concerns about a man who is now accused of indecency with students involved in his mentoring organization.
A man who ran an organization for troubled kids in Plano is facing indecency charges involving children.
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.
The U.S. Supreme Court says it will not review a lower court’s decision that two North Texas elementary school principals have immunity from liability for stopping students from handing out Christian candy cane pens.
The Plano School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to transfer 172 students from overcrowded Huffman Elementary to Brinker, Haggar and Centennial –– all of which are higher ranking elementary schools.