DISD Shows Off Magnet School Students' Talent, Announces Academic PlansThe largest school district in North Texas with some 155,000 students issued its own report card of sorts Friday.
First School Bell Of The Year Rings For Dallas ISD StudentsThousands of students in the Dallas Independent School District headed back to class today -- some in new modes of transportation and some to schools with new distinctions.
Dallas Taxpayers To Vote On Property Tax Increase For School FundingThe DISD board voted Thursday night to put a proposed tax rate increase on the November ballot.
Focus On Nutrition As Students In The DISD Head Back To ClassFour days from now thousands of students in Dallas head back to school and preparations are already underway to make sure they're served healthy, tasty meals.
Dallas Families Get Ready For Classes At The Mayor's Back To School FairFamilies in Dallas are getting ready for the first day of classes at the Mayor's Back To School Fair.
Raises For DISD Non-Teaching Employees Depends On VotersDallas ISD voters must approve a tax hike to finance the raises. Dallas ISD Trustees are expected to convene in August to approve a Tax Referendum Election.
DISD Looking For Bus Drivers As District Takes Over TransportationToday the Dallas Independent School District is holding a hiring fair looking only for bus drivers, as the district takes over its own student transportation.
South Oak Cliff High Wraps Up Move So Renovations Can BeginA new chapter for South Oak Cliff High begins today. Students, faculty and staff are completing their move to a temporary campus, so the old building can be renovated.
Several Dallas ISD Schools Open During Thanksgiving Break To Serve Breakfast & LunchA dozen schools in Dallas will be open over the Thanksgiving break to serve free breakfast and lunch.
Dallas County Schools Bus Drivers Claim They Are ScapegoatsMichelle Foster, a DCS driver for 13 years said, "Our job is to take your precious dumplings to school and make sure they're safe."
Dallas ISD Considering Earlier Start Next YearStudents in the Dallas School District may have their summer cut short by a week next year.
DISD 'Smoothie Kings' Help Kick Off Back To SchoolThis week's "Ones For Texas" are the Dallas Independent School District's 'Smoothie Kings.'