Fort Worth ISD Gives Parents Options, Virtual Versus In-Person LearningToday is the first day Fort Worth ISD parents can begin to elect if they would prefer their kids to return to school in the fall in an in person classroom setting or continue with virtual instruction.
Dallas ISD Teachers Worry About Return To School During Pandemic: 'You Can't Keep Kids Clumped In A Room All Day'Even with temperature checks, face masks, clear acrylic and other measures, some educators say going back to class in a pandemic isn't realistic.
Students Dealing With Changes To SAT, ACT Exams Caused By PandemicCollege applicants are scrambling to reschedule their ACT or SAT exams after several testing dates were cancelled due to COVID-19.
2 Student Athletes At 2 Different North Texas High Schools Test Positive For COVID-19Some parents are concerned after student athletes at two North Texas high schools tested positive for the coronavirus.
Mansfield ISD School Secretary Resigns After Racist Facebook PostA secretary at James Coble Middle School has resigned after a racist social media post she allegedly shared was brought to the district's attention. 
As Part Of 'Operation Connectivity', School Buses Will Bring High-Speed Internet To Dallas ISD FamiliesSeveral Dallas ISD buses will be parked at apartment complexes to serve as mobile hotspots and tech centers for those who need it.
Frisco ISD Surveys Parents About the 2020-21 School YearWhat will back to school look like this year for Frisco ISD students?
Sonic Apologizes After Dallas Teens Profiled, Community Speaks UpTurning pain, into power. That's how some local teens are moving forward after being threatened with a call to police at a North Dallas Sonic restaurant. ​
UTA Announces New Face Mask Requirement To 'Minimize COVID-19 Risk'UTA isn't taking any chances when it comes to student safety from the coronavirus, requiring anyone on campus to cover their face starting this week.
Technology Expansion: McKinney ISD To Issue Macbooks For Students Grades 3-12At their May board meeting, the McKinney ISD Board of Trustees approved an expansion of a technology program to include a laptop for every student in grades 3–12.
Lancaster ISD Gets Creative With Graduation During Coronavirus PandemicWith the coronavirus pandemic still looming over North Texas, school districts across the area are adjusting, adapting and getting creative to celebrate 2020 graduates.