Parent Diaries Part II: Arlington Mom Of 6 Offers Tips For 'Controlling The Chaos' At Home In COVID TimesMost DFW students are still learning from home these days. For parents of multiple children, that can mean a lot of juggling.
School Lunch Provider Serves 100M+ Meals Across The Country During QuarantineSchools around the country, and here in North Texas, are working to ensure children have access to nutritious meals whether they are leaning virtually or in a classroom.
Local Kids Give Their Thoughts On Pandemic, Going Back To SchoolFrom doctors and nurses to teachers and parents, we’ve heard from adults about the school year, but what about kids? We spoke with kids of all ages to find out how they are feeling.
COVID In The Classroom: Need To Connect In-Person, Not Online A Struggle For Many Parents And KidsAs parents struggle to keep students safe and learning, virtual instruction has become another COVID-created necessity. And yet, the format just isn't a good fit for everyone -- starting with the parents.
Bridging The Gap: Old School Bus Turned Mobile Learning Lab Rolls Out In DallasAn old school bus turned into a mobile learning lab and hotspot is bridging the gap for communities needing better access to Wi-Fi and educational resources such as on-board tutors.
Manhattan Toy Recalls ‘Manhattan Ball’ Activity Toys Sold Exclusively At TargetThe toy’s plastic tubes can detach from the center ball and release the small silicone teethers threaded on the tubes, posing a threat.
Texas Coronavirus Cases Top 1,300 From Child Care Facilities AloneAt least 1,335 people have tested positive from child care facilities in Texas, the state's Department of Health and Human Services reported Monday.
Dallas Police Seek Smash N'Grab Trio That Stole $6K In JewelryThe Dallas Police department is looking for three jewelry thieves who smashed open a glass case and grabbed $6,000 worth of merchandise.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Pushing For Kids To Have A 'Normal' Summer During PandemicThis week Texas Governor Greg Abbott said child care facilities can reopen and set the stage for a return to summer camp, youth sports leagues and even summer school.
Children Suffering From COVID-19-Linked Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Identified In North TexasFour new cases of a severe illness affecting children, linked to COVID-19, have been identified at one North Texas hospital.
Youth Sports To Begin Again Soon, But With New Restrictions PresentTeam administrators and city leaders are working to set social distancing guidelines, knowing some traditions will have to be sidelined in the name of safety.
Parents Adjusting As Child Care Industry In Texas Gets Green Light To ReopenThe state is now restricting child care centers to no more than 10 children per caregiver and 20 to a room with two caregivers.
Study: Coronavirus Pandemic Having Significant Emotional Impact On ChildrenIn North Texas, 130,226 children suffer from an emotional disturbance or addictive disorder according to Children’s Health’s Beyond ABC Report.
With Parents Spending More Time At Home, Children's Health Gives Tips On Safeguarding"Injuries are the leading cause of death for children, and about a third of those deaths happen at home," Marisa Abbe said. "If we know the top risk areas, we can safeguard against them."
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas ISD Cafeteria Workers Make Cover Of 'Time' MagazineWhen 'Time' magazine decided to honor frontline heroes in the coronavirus pandemic, several Dallas ISD cafeteria workers snagged a spot on the cover.