Extra Holiday Week For Students And Staff After Terrell ISD Extends Thanksgiving Break Because Of COVID-19As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across North Texas, the Terrell Independent School District is extending Thanksgiving break for students and staff through December 6.
'Very Different, Who Would Have Thought?': Dallas ISD Parents Figuring Out How To Manage At-Home Learning“Not every family will be able to do it, and I hope they have somebody that can kind of help them with going back to school,” said Stephanie Dunbar.
Thousands Line Up For Drive-Thru Option Of The Dallas Mayor's Back To School FairThe look at Fair Park is different than any other year, but a social distancing drive-thru version of the Dallas Mayor's Back to School Fair is underway.
North Texas Couple Creates Homeschool Bootcamp For ParentsWith many parents still uncertain about the upcoming school year, one local mom is helping families explore the option of homeschooling.
Parents Balancing At Home Schooling And Full-Time Jobs With Virtual Learning PodsWith learning taking place at home instead of the classroom, some parents who work full-time are finding strength in numbers.
Survey Shows Most Plano ISD Parents Plan To Send Children Back To Classroom When School StartsThursday is the deadline Plano ISD set for parents to decide if they want their kids to learn on campus or from home online.
Coronavirus In Texas: Career Day Takes A Virtual Turn In ForneyLewis Elementary School counselor Mary Ladwig launched ​"Virtual Career Day" for her students to access on their at-home learning platforms.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas ISD PE Coach Delivers Laptops To Students In Need"We knew we had to do what it took to get our students what they needed to do the work,” Coach Robley Cash said.
At-Home Schooling Gets Easier For Arlington Students As District Distributes 12,000+ Digital DevicesThe Arlington ISD is making sure students have access to technology as they get home instruction during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas ISD At-Home Learning Support Helps Parents & Students SucceedThe free program is Dallas ISD's latest effort to build loyalty among potential parents, help parents get their children ready for school and then build on that success once they begin classes.