With two weeks left in the school year, several students and teachers from a Dallas middle school will take an unexpected test Tuesday.
The president of the Tarrant County College Southeast Campus in Arlington sent out a letter Thursday detailing steps being taken in light of the recent tuberculosis (TB) alert.
A former student testing positive for tuberculosis has 200 students, faculty and staff at Tarrant County College’s Southeast campus in Arlington facing the possibility of needing their own TB tests.
Students, teachers and parents in Denton will work to put a fire behind them and focus on the future during a Monday night meeting.
Parents in the Red Oak ISD are concerned about a possible case of tuberculosis in their community, and the district is trying to educate the public.
For the second night more than 200 concerned Red Oak ISD parents and employees gathered in the Red Oak High School gym Thursday night to find out about tuberculosis.
Four months after tuberculosis cases appeared in Ellis and Denton counties, a third community is about to begin testing.
Follow-up testing for tuberculosis begins Monday in the Ennis school district.
A Denton High School student again tested positive for active tuberculosis in the second round of more specialized screening for the disease, county health officials said Tuesday afternoon.
It doesn’t look like Denton’s problem with tuberculosis will be near as bad as it was in Ennis.
Students who had tested positive for the non-contagious form of tuberculosis in the Ennis ISD are able to return to classes on Monday morning.
ENNIS (CBSDFW.COM) – The long tuberculosis scare in Ennis appears to be winding down. Ennis High School students who were kept out of class because of an either suspect or active diagnosis of tuberculosis are […]