Dallas ISD To Make Changes After Student, Teacher Assault Caught On CameraDallas ISD is making changes after a video of a student assaulting a substitute teacher was caught on camera Thursday.
Keller High School Band To Perform At Macy’s Thanksgiving Day ParadeWe are striking up the band in this week's Ones For Texas!
Texas Board Of Education Reverses Change In Lesson PlansTexas students will continue to learn about Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller in the classroom.
At Least 19 Sick From Chemical Fumes At Central Texas SchoolAuthorities say at least 19 students and staff reported feeling sick from apparent chemical-related fumes during maintenance at a Central Texas school.
Gorgeous Weather Unleashes Pent Up Pumpkin DemandFinally. A picture perfect, fall day.
Fort Worth Museum Of Science And History Mixes It Up During Chemistry WeekThe Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is celebrating National Chemistry week along with handfuls of students from throughout North Texas.
EpiPen Shortage Keeping Some Kids Out Of SchoolThe U.S. is experiencing an EpiPen shortage and parents are scrambling because some schools won't let kids with allergies in the classroom if they don't have one.
Student Killed After Mesquite School Bus Crashes, Catches FireOne student died Wednesday afternoon when a Mesquite ISD school bus crashed and caught fire after the bus struck a power line.
Texas School Closed After Social Media Threat DiscoveredA Texas school district is closed after a threat was made against the district on social media.
Polytechnic High School On Lockdown; Unauthorized Juveniles In CustodyPolytechnic High School was on lockdown Tuesday morning after several unauthorized school aged males entered the building, according to Fort Worth ISD.
Students Take Control Of Bus After Driver Passes Out, DiesA Southeast Texas school district says three of its students took control of a school bus after the driver became unconscious and later died.
Abbott In Dallas Discusses School Safety, Teacher WagesGov. Greg Abbott was in Dallas on Tuesday to hold his second of two statewide round table discussions, talking to teachers about campus safety, wage increases and other topics.