8th Grade Football Team Quarantined, Games Canceled After Tarrant County Middle School Student Athlete Contracts COVID-19 The eighth grade football team at Ed Willkie Middle School is in quarantine, their games canceled after a student athlete tested positive for the coronavirus. 
Birdville ISD Joins Other North Texas Districts In Reporting By School How Many Students, Teachers Are COVID+Birdville ISD is going a step beyond some North Texas districts by telling parents how many students and teachers have COVID-19 in their schools. 
Keller ISD's Fossil Ridge High School Transitioning To Remote Learning For 14 DaysThe move is the result of a high number of employees out due to having close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Largest North Texas School Districts Won't Notify All Parents Of Positive Coronavirus CaseClose contact is defined by the schools as anyone who came within six feet of the infected person for more than 15 minutes.
Twitter Data Suggests Texans Dislike Online Classes More Than People In Any Other StateAn education review site tracked 90,000 tweets with phrases such as "I hate online classes," or "I hate virtual classes," etc. 
Fort Worth ISD Students Have Different Online Learning Experiences On First Day BackThe morning started off with a Facebook post by the district that their website was failing to load, but that it wouldn’t impact its learning platforms.
What It's Really Like For Working Parents At Home With Kids During PandemicA North Texas mother of two advises, "patience and grace" when juggling a full-time job and kid's online lessons from home.
'Very Different, Who Would Have Thought?': Dallas ISD Parents Figuring Out How To Manage At-Home Learning“Not every family will be able to do it, and I hope they have somebody that can kind of help them with going back to school,” said Stephanie Dunbar.
'When You're Not Vaccinating, You're Extending The Risk': Doctors Worry About Coronavirus & Measles As Texas Students Skip VaccinesThis year, with COVID-19, a measles or a whooping cough outbreak at a school could stretch local health resources to the limit.
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.
Texas Parents Considering Nannies To Help With Kids' Online Learning During PandemicA growing concern for working parents has become whether to hire outside help to look after their kids who are taking classes virtually.