Summer Break Ends Early For Some Dallas ISD SchoolsStudents at several Dallas ISD campuses will head back to class on Monday as the district looks to address COVID's academic slide with more time in the classroom.
Some Dallas ISD Students Go Back To School In 1 WeekThis year, all instruction will be in person, but the district has adjusted calendars to address the needs of students and learning loss.
As Number Of COVID-19 Cases Rise, Dallas ISD Offering Multiple Vaccine Clinics For StudentsDallas ISD is hosting vaccine clinics most of the week at area high schools from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Dallas Carter Alum Sha'Carri Richardson Notches Win At Olympic TrialsWith her performance on Saturday, Sha'Carri Richardson, a 21-year-old alumnus of Dallas Carter High School and LSU, picked up a spot in the Tokyo Olympics.
Dallas ISD Employee Arrested In Mesquite For Alleged Possession Of Child PornographyDuring the investigation, police said they also discovered John Lentz works for the Boy Scouts of America and volunteers at his church in Dallas.
7,400 Dallas ISD Non-Teaching Employees Calling For $15 Per Hour WageCafeteria, custodian, transport and teacher assistants are part of the Support Personnel category. The minimum pay for a support worker is $12.12 per hour.
Dallas ISD Forging Ahead With Virtual Learning Option For Fall SemesterOnline learning-- a disaster for most students, but a lifeline for a few. So Dallas ISD school leaders want that few to have that option.
Dallas ISD Senior Says Pandemic Cemented Resolve To Change Face Of Healthcare From WithinKaci Anderson plans to attend Regis University in Denver in the fall, having been accepted into their accelerated nursing program.
Dallas ISD To Start New School That Mixes Learning In Classroom And OnlineWhat could be the prototype for the future of public education will open this fall inside a nearly 100-year-old building currently sitting vacant in Uptown.
Dallas ISD On The Ready To Vaccinate Students For COVID-19One more step to go before it is official. Pfizer COVID vaccines could soon be administered to children as young as 12 in North Texas.
Nonprofit Selects Dallas, Garland And Cedar Hill ISDs For $18 Million Leadership InitiativeThe nonprofit founded by HEB Chairman Charles Butt is an educational leadership institute that supports student achievement, by first helping districts grow great leaders-- from central staff to principals.
Dallas ISD To Focus On Mental Health After Year Of 'A Lot Of Adjustments'In an effort to reach a wider audience, the district’s mental health department is hosting t its first ever Mental Health Matters Symposium on Saturday, May 1.
Dallas ISD Urging Graduating Seniors To 'Finish Strong'Across Dallas ISD on Monday, high schools launched an effort called, "Finish Strong," encouraging seniors to return to campus for the year's final quarter.
Crunch Time For Dallas ISD Seniors In Danger Of Not GraduatingIt's crunch time for seniors in Dallas ISD. Too many are in danger of not graduating -- and it's not all academic.
'Learning To Embrace Their Dreams,' Dallas ISD Military-Inspired Program Teaches Discipline And RespectPutting students through a military-inspired program is a unique thing one Dallas ISD school is doing to improve behavior and grades.