Grand Prairie Police 'Blue Shoes Program' Delivering Free Footwear To Young StudentsSome officers with Grand Prairie PD made hundreds of students in the school district smile. The delight came with the delivery of free shoes and socks.
Dallas ISD Teacher Comes Out Of Retirement To Help StudentsWhat is there to do when you've given a half-century of your life to Dallas ISD students? If you're H.I. Holland's Alfia White, you give a little more.
Judge John Chupp Grants Temporary Injunction Blocking Fort Worth ISD From Enforcing MasksThe order from Judge John Chupp also specifically instructs the district to inform employees of the injunction, and let them know violations could come with sanctions.
Need For COVID-19 Testing In North Texas Schools Rising, Symptomatic Students Reminded To Stay HomeWith an uptick in COVID-19 cases in schools comes an increased need for testing, health experts say.
'It's Spreading So Fast': Lewisville ISD Sees COVID-19 Cases Rise 10-Fold From 1st To 2nd Week Of SchoolThe 2021-2022 school year started on Wednesday, Aug. 11. That week, the district reported 24 positive cases on school campuses. The next week, that number rose to 276.
North Texas School Districts Prepare For Greater Age Differences, Skills Levels Among Incoming KindergartenersA new Texas law that allows parents control over whether their children repeat grades, even when the school disagrees.
Dallas ISD Offers $500 Bonus To Staff With Proof Of COVID-19 VaccinationDallas ISD is offering a one-time incentive of $500 to district employees who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
No Virtual Classes: How School Districts Say They Will Handle Education In QuarantineAs COVID cases rise again, the topic of virtual learning is top on the minds of parents. This year, however, the online schooling option is not available at most schools.
Garland ISD COVID-19 Cases Top 300 After Early Start To School YearOne week after returning to school, Garland ISD is reporting 314 active cases of COVID-19 among students and staff.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Issues Temporary Mask MandateDallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa has issued a temporary mask mandate for all Dallas ISD campuses. It goes into effect immediately.
Parents And Students Caught In Political Disagreements Over Mask And Vaccine MandatesGetting students back-to-school is turning into a frightening experience for some parents and children as they find themselves in the middle of political skirmishes over mask and vaccine mandates.
Parents & Students Line Up For Dallas Mayor's Back To School FairAs students in the Dallas Independent School District prepare to head back to class, the city is holding the Mayor’s Back to School Fair.
Target To Offer Part- And Full-Time Frontline Workers Debt-Free Educational AssistanceOver the next four years Target Corp plans to invest some $200 million to offer hundreds of thousands of part-time and full-time frontline workers debt-free educational assistance.
As Number Of COVID-19 Cases Rise, Dallas ISD Offering Multiple Vaccine Clinics For StudentsDallas ISD is hosting vaccine clinics most of the week at area high schools from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Ones For Texas: Teachers Training During Summer For Upcoming School YearWhile students are enjoying summer break, some of the best and brightest educators in DFW have been working to make sure they are ready for the upcoming school year.