Ones For Texas: Dallas ISD Teacher Uses Characters During Online InstructionA Dallas ISD teacher is teaching her second grade class while dressed up as different characters in order to bring lessons to life.
Ones For Texas: TCU Faculty Congratulates Class Of 2020The faculty at Texas Christian University gave a very special (and virtual) congratulations to the graduating class of 2020.
Ones For Texas: 14-Year-Old Girl Plays Harp For Neighborhood, Virtual Choir Concert In PlanoIn today's Ones For Texas, a 14-year-old girl in Rowlett is playing her harp right from her porch so her neighborhood could enjoy the soothing music.
Ones For Texas: Boy Scouts Build Bird Feeders For Local Nursing Home, Animals Explore Dallas ZooIn today's Ones For Texas, boy scouts in Fort Worth decided to build bird feeders for a local nursing home so residents could have some entertainment outside their windows.
Ones For Texas: Local Groups Use Horses, Animal Costumes To Cheer Up Residents At Assisted-Living FacilitiesTwo local groups used horses and animal costumes to cheer up residents at North Texas assisted-living facilities from outside their windows.
Ones For Texas: Fort Worth Residents Celebrate New Life With Drive-By Baby ShowerResidents celebrated new life during the coronavirus pandemic by surprising a Fort Worth couple with a drive-by baby shower.
Ones For Texas: Local Apartment Starts Food Pantry, Dallas Non-Profit Delivers 100,000 Meal Kits To People In NeedA McKinney apartment complex started a food pantry for its residents who need help, and Cafe Momentum in Dallas has now delivered over 100,000 meal kits to students and families in need.
Ones For Texas: Local Choir Edits Voices Together For Video, High School Dancers Take Their Final BowStudents at Faith Lutheran School in Plano had their voices edited together in a video since they can't sing in person, and senior dancers at Pantego Christian Academy were honored with their "final bow" at a local neighborhood.
Ones For Texas: Local Students Make Sure Prom Queen Gets Crown After Cancellation Of EventStudents from Highland Park High School wanted to make sure their prom queen still got her crown as they held a special event from their neighborhood.
Ones For Texas: Local Father & Son Make Their Own Olympics, Wise County Group Giving Meals To StudentsA North Texas father and son created their own Olympics, and a local group in the Wise County city of Boyd has, so far, served over 1,000 meals to students and their families.
Ones For Texas: Local Student Writes Original Song Of Encouragement, Snoopy Makes Daily Appearance In DallasA North Texas student writes and performs an original song to offer encouragement, and a beloved cartoon character makes a daily appearance in a Dallas neighborhood.
Ones For Texas: North Texan Makes Care Packages For Senior Living Center, Local Publishing Company Giving Away 10,000 BooksA woman is making care packages for residents of a senior living facility in Arlington, and a Grapevine-based publishing company is giving away 10,000 books to local schools, libraries and churches.
Ones For Texas: Domestic Violence Shelter Holds Virtual Fundraiser, Local Foundation Helps Small Businesses And Frontline WorkersA local domestic violence shelter is holding a virtual fundraiser Friday evening, and a foundation has found a way to support both small Dallas businesses and frontline workers.
Ones For Texas: Fort Worth Business Spreading Kindness Through CandlesIn today's Ones For Texas, a gift boutique in Fort Worth is spreading kindness by shipping out free candles to anyone needing a boost during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ones For Texas: 'Positivity Park' In Fort Worth, Dallas Native Competes In Jeopardy!Residents in Fort Worth set up a display filled with rocks that have positive messages written on them at a local park, and a Dallas native is competing in Jeopardy!