Dallas ISD Dealing With Bus Driver ShortageThe district was asking current employees to consider picking up extra shifts driving a route until more drivers could be hired over the weekend.
'Drive Like Your Kid Lives Here': North Texas Police Department Targets Safety Campaign At Parents“Our goal is to remind people that children and pets are present in the neighborhoods and to pay attention and slow down,” said Police Chief Jeff Caponera.
Fort Worth ISD Starts School Year With New STEM AcademyIn the Fort Worth Independent School District, what's old is new again. The new I. M. Terrell Academy for STEM and Visual and Performing Arts is considered a gem for the district.
Dallas Nonprofit Urges Parents To Make After School Plans For KidsAs students head back to class, child advocates are encouraging parents to put a plan in place to make sure they are safe and engaged once the school day ends.
Fort Worth School Nurses Learning How To 'Stop The Bleed'Students in Fort Worth have a few more days to enjoy their summer vacation. But school nurses on Thursday will be attending class, learning how to 'Stop the Bleed.'
Consumer Justice Fights For Full Report On Spending At Grand Prairie ISDThe 2018-19 school year is about to begin, but huge questions loom over how millions of dollars were spent in the last few years.
Grand Prairie Students 'Shop With A Cop' For School SuppliesIn less than one week, children in Grand Prairie will be heading back to school, and the police department is making sure that students go into their first day of classes with the proper supplies.
North Texas Schools Spending Millions On Security Despite Little Evidence On What WorksThe CBS11 I-Team asked 66 public school districts in the DFW area if they've purchased security equipment in the past year. Fifty-nine districts said "yes."
Burleson ISD Leaders Bust Some Moves In Back-To-School VideoBurleson ISD leaders, school principals and school board trustees began the 2018-19 school year with “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” a pop parody of Justin Timberlake’s hit.