School Is Back In Session For Dallas ISD Students Amid Sunday's Storm DamageWith their schools now destroyed, thousands of Dallas ISD students returned to class today — albeit in hurriedly prepared spaces.
Dallas ISD Aiming To Get Students Back In School, Back To Normalcy SoonA mad dash is underway to get new classrooms ready for thousands of students displaced from tornado-damaged schools in Dallas.
Frisco Police Find Missing 14-Year-Old Boy With AutismThe Frisco Police Department is asking for the public's assistance to locate a 14-year-old boy with autism.
Allen ISD Superintendent Scott Niven Announces RetirementIn a statement released Saturday, Allen ISD Superintendent Dr. Scott Niven announced his retirement to pursue "other professional opportunities."
Keller ISD Warns Of Suspicious Activity Near Bus StopThe Fort Worth Police Department is investigating after a Keller ISD student reported suspicious activity at a bus stop Friday.
Wylie ISD To Make Changes After 4 Students Hit By Cars Since Beginning Of YearSchool leaders are making changes after four bike-riding students were hit by cars heading to or from school — all since the beginning of the year.
Dallas ISD Investigating After 5-Year-Old Student Leaves Campus UnnoticedDallas ISD is investigating after a 5-year-old kindergarten student was able to walk off campus at Highland Meadows Elementary last week.
Lawsuit Alleges Texas School District Kept Losing 7-Year-Old StudentThe family of a 7-year-old Central Texas girl has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging her former school district kept losing her by putting her on a bus when she should have stayed on campus for an after-school program.
Grapevine Colleyville ISD: 4 Schools Placed On 'Precautionary Lockout' After Threatening CallsThe Grapevine Colleyville school district took to Twitter Friday afternoon to announce four schools have been placed on "precautionary lockouts" after receiving threatening phone calls.
7-Year-Old Rapper Takes On Bullying, One Rhyme At A TimeHe’s only 7 years old, but his grasp of a real life problem and his attempt to try and solve it is turning a lot of heads and garnering plenty of attention.
Report: Student Suspensions Drop After Texas Modifies LawA nonprofit that advocates for children says the rate of student suspensions has fallen by nearly a third since the state implemented a law barring suspensions except in extreme circumstances.
Rhythm, Rhymes And Arithmetic Turn Things Around At North Texas Elementary School A North Texas elementary school has found the perfect formula to improve test scores: music videos.
Arlington ISD Students Benefit From New Safety ProgramA new partnership that takes a “secret service approach” aims to keep students and staff safe in Arlington.
DISD Promises Better Bus Services This School YearDISD gave its inaugural attempt at running its own bus service after a failing grade last year.
Educators 'Empowered' After TEA Hands Out 2019 GradesIt may be the start of the school year but grades are already in when it comes to school districts and campuses across the state.