Dallas ISD Investigating After 5-Year-Old Student Leaves Campus UnnoticedDallas ISD is investigating after a 5-year-old kindergarten student was able to walk off campus at Highland Meadows Elementary last week.
New Dallas ISD Police Chief John Lawton: 'We Have To Create Environment Where People Feel Safe So They Can Learn'Chief Lawton is a 30-year law enforcement veteran. He spent 23 years with the Dallas Police Department.
Dallas ISD Dealing With Air Conditioning Issues At 2 CampusesDallas ISD says a power outage in a Dallas neighborhood, followed by a power surge has knocked out the AC at Martinez Learning Center.
Dallas ISD Grooming Tomorrow's Tech Workforce: 'It Brings A Lot Of Hope To Our Community'Advocates have long argued that an educated workforce is critical to growing the local economy and those seeds are being planted in area classrooms.​
Vaccination Vans Coming To DISD SchoolsFor the fourth straight year, the Caring Foundation of Texas is working with Dallas ISD to offer free vaccinations at area schools.
Former Student Sues Dallas ISD After Losing Salutatorian Status Day Before GraduationA former student has filed a lawsuit against Dallas ISD after he lost his status as his high school's salutatorian a day before graduation due to a last minute change in rankings.
Some New Dallas ISD Teachers Come From Other Careers, CountriesDallas ISD says some of the new hires come from Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Colombia.
1 Day Before Graduating From Dallas ISD's Woodrow Wilson High School, Class Rankings ChangedDallas ISD admits there was a mistake regarding Woodrow Wilson High's graduating class.
Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Say New School Safety Bills Should Make A DifferenceLt. Governor Dan Patrick told CBS 11 the new legislation will increase training for teachers and other educators to identify students in need and then connect them to experts.
Dallas ISD Cheerleader Desiree Galloway Turns Disability Into An InspirationAt 18, Desiree Galloway already knows that it is not the challenges in life that define us, but how we respond.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Launches Summer Jobs Program For At-Risk 15-Year-OldsThe idea is this summer jobs program could result in stronger, safer communities and possibly a reduction in youth violence, the Dallas Police Department said.