'Rash' Of Fifth Disease Making The Rounds In North TexasIt’s the season of sickness, and one virus that’s making the rounds is fairly common among children. It’s called Fifth Disease.
Cold Front Catches Some Students, Parents By SurpriseIn spite of the weather warnings, many parents said they were still caught off guard on Monday.
Intergenerational Lunch At Elementary School In Frisco Brings Stories And SmilesResidents from Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco visited Polly Tadlock Elementary School first-graders over lunch in the school cafeteria on Tuesday.
Spike In Sales Of Bullet-Resistant Backpacks In Wake Of Mass ShootingsCompanies like Guard Dog Security, TuffyPacks and Bullet Blocker are peddling bullet-resistant backpacks for children.
Dallas Nonprofit Urges Parents To Make After School Plans For KidsAs students head back to class, child advocates are encouraging parents to put a plan in place to make sure they are safe and engaged once the school day ends.
Voters To Decide Fate Of Texas School Transportation AgencyVoters in November will decide whether a Dallas-based school transportation agency facing deep financial trouble will continue operating.
Governor Signs Bill That Could Abolish Dallas County SchoolsThe cash-strapped agency provides transportation to 76,000 children every school day.
Study On Public School Funding In Texas Receiving PraiseAny changes could have a major impact on the six million public school children here in the Lone Star State.