With the exception of just a few districts across North Texas, the school bells are ringing again. In the Dallas Independent School District one might give an “E” for effort.
While it was smiles and positive optimism at campuses across North Texas Monday, back to school didn’t go so well at one school in the Dallas Independent School District.
West ISD has spent the past weeks scrambling to provide classroom space to replace the three schools damaged in April’s chemical plant explosion. And now, a sprawling maze of tan portable buildings surrounds the damaged frame of the old intermediate school.
Hundreds of North Texans endured the heat to get their children vaccinated last minute, making sure their kids won’t be turned away on the first day of school for not having updated shot records.
Dallas Coach and Teacher Paul Phlieger stresses the importance of learning the fundamentals to his students.
Students in Keller ISD will have to get used to some changes regarding the dress code.
Oran M. Roberts Elementary School is the latest replacement school under the 2008 Bond program set to open in the fall.
As a mom after a long hot Summer, one of my favorite things is back to school and my second favorite thing is back to school shopping and saving money. That’s exactly what we’re doing on today’s “Steals and Deals.”
As one of the fastest growing districts in the nation, hundreds of new teachers – and thousands of new students – are expected in Frisco for the 2013-2014 school year.
In just three short weeks North Texas schools will be back in session. That means most parents are busy updating vaccination records and doing the ‘get ready drill.’
Some are calling for the removal of DISD Superintendent Mike Miles after an internal report on influence and intimidation surfaced.
Carroll ISD in Southlake will test a high-tech device that uses GPS and Wi-Fi signals to constantly track employee locations, in an effort to make school campuses safer.