Dallas ISD Says It Stands United With 'Dreamers'
Superintendent Michael Hinojosa said if the federal government does not approve a plan for individuals under DACA, many school districts would be impacted in multiple ways.

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Grand Prairie Superintendent Moving Out Of District-Owned HouseOn Thursday night, the school board voted to remove two stipulations in Hull's contract that she had to live in the house and within GPISD.
School Bus Drivers Making "Dry Runs" Before Students Head Back To ClassSome of the biggest school districts in the metroplex are going back to school on Monday -- including Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Irving and Richardson. This morning some students in Fort Worth are already riding the bus, as drivers leave the bus depot to practice their routes.
Dallas Taxpayers To Vote On Property Tax Increase For School FundingThe DISD board voted Thursday night to put the proposed tax rate increase on the November ballot.
After School Program Gives Parents Better OptionsChild advocates are encouraging parents to make sure they've got a good plan in place for when the school day ends.
With The Start Of School DISD Prepares To Feed 150,000Four days from now thousands of students in Dallas head back to school and preparations are already underway to make sure they're served healthy, tasty meals.
Focus On Nutrition As Students In The DISD Head Back To ClassFour days from now thousands of students in Dallas head back to school and preparations are already underway to make sure they're served healthy, tasty meals. CBS 11 News went to the Marisa Luna kitchen for Dallas Independent School District Food and Child Nutrition Services to get a look at how the district is preparing to feed some 150,000 students.

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