Arlington ISD Offering Free Meal Program For 25 SchoolsStudents at 25 Arlington Independent School District schools will now enjoy free breakfast and lunch. 
Program Teaches Students How To Respect U.S. And State FlagsWorn, torn or tattered, the rules on displaying American flags don’t fade.
Summer Camp Takes Students To New Heights!For many North Texas students, 'summer camp' means swimming all day, arts, crafts, and of course sports.
Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa Say New School Safety Bills Should Make A DifferenceLt. Governor Dan Patrick told CBS 11 the new legislation will increase training for teachers and other educators to identify students in need and then connect them to experts.
'He's The Father That I Always Wanted': North Texas School Bus Driver Gives More Than Just RidesYou can see why some might not want to be a school bus driver - the early hours - the responsibility - and the skill of having eyes in the back of your head, but Curtis Jenkins does all that and more.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Announces $1.6B In Teacher RaisesTeacher salaries in Texas are currently about $7,000 below the national average, according to the National Education Association.
Later School Start Time 'Tabled Indefinitely' By Grand Prairie ISDPlans to change the start and end times for school in Grand Prairie were tabled indefinitely by the superintendent and school board. 
Grand Prairie ISD Considering Plan To Give High School Students More SleepTuesday evening, the school board decided to delay a vote on significant changes to the time students at middle and high schools arrive and leave.
New Bell Rings True For Elementary Students Who ExcelThe bell is all about celebrating accomplishments, and ringing it is the school’s greatest honor.
Special Needs Students Strut The Runway Showcasing Custom-Made SuitsTen students with special needs from Thomas Jefferson High School took to the runway -- some even in wheelchairs – to showcase their custom-made suits.
Houston High School's New Dress Code Takes Aim At ParentsJames Madison High School will turn away parents if they appear wearing pajamas, hair rollers or leggings. Bonnets also are banned.