Tuition Costs At Texas Colleges Still Up In The Air For Fall SemesterBy fall semester, the typical college experience may look different due to COVID-19. But the cost of tuition may not necessarily reflect those changes.
Ones For Texas: Towns Find Unique Ways To Safely Celebrate The Class Of 2020Ones For Texas: Towns Find Unique Ways To Safely Celebrate The Class Of 2020
First A Tornado Destroyed Their School, Now COVID-19 Ruined GraduationClass of 2020 seniors are mourning the loss of traditions with the early end of the school year.
Interrupted By Tornado, Then COVID-19, Seniors At St. Mark’s School Carry OnThe 2019-2020 school year will certainly go down as a memorable one, especially for high school seniors. But at some Dallas schools, that's not just because of COVID-19.
Summer Camps On Hold For Dallas ISD Students Due To COVID-19More than 60 recreation centers and school sites provide enrichment and educational camps for kids. For now, all of those programs are on hold.
Wylie HS Principal Visiting Every Graduating SeniorA drive-by celebration on Thursday had extra-special meaning for one student.
Dallas And Fort Worth ISDs To Hold Virtual Commencement Ceremonies For Class Of 2020Dallas ISD's commencement ceremonies will begin May 22. Fort Worth ISD's will take place over a "period of several days in June."
DeSoto ISD Focused On Students' Emotional Health While Learning From HomeWith classrooms closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, educator have had to find new ways to check in on students.
Celebrating The Class Of 2020Congrats and best of luck to all the 2020 North Texas graduates!
Adopt A High School Senior Effort Launched In Garland ISDTrying to bring some joy, last week Garland ISD parent Barbara Gonzales created an Adopt a SR!! group on Facebook for parents and seniors in the district.
Dallas ISD Leaders Mull Over Pass/Fail System For StudentsThe district's Chief of School Leadership, Stephanie Elizalde told board members when it comes to final grades, the district needs to hold students harmless during this difficult time.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa: 'The Likelihood That We'll Have Regular School This School Year Is Very Doubtful'The Dallas school district may not see students return this year.
RAW VIDEO: Dallas ISD 4/6 BriefingRAW VIDEO: Dallas ISD 4/6 Briefing
DISD Superintendent Update During COVID-19 ClosureDISD Superintendent Update During COVID-19 Closure
Teachers To The RescueSee what some North Texas teachers are doing for their students during the coronavirus shutdowns.
High School Senior Plans Disrupted By CoronavirusGovernor Greg Abbott has extended his disaster declaration to limit human contact to prevent the spread of coronavirus, meaning schools are closed until at least May 4.
Learning Looks Different At Dallas ISD During Coronavirus OutbreakStudents are doing lessons from their home computers.
Lessons Roll On During Coronavirus Pandemic For Homeschooled KidsSchool closures due to the coronavirus have left many parents wondering, "What now? How will my child be able to get a good quality education at home?"
Dallas ISD Superintendent Shares Challenges Educating Students During Coronavirus ShutdownThe big concern is continuing education at home with an estimated 40% of the student body lacking internet access.
Dallas ISD Confirms JL Long Middle Student Has CoronavirusThe student is home and doing well, Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa said in a letter to parents.
6 North Texas School Districts Close Schools Indefinitely During Coronavirus OutbreakThis action follows advice from Dallas County Health and Human Services.
Multiple Ways To Keep Kids Learning While Schools Shut Down Due To CoronavirusThere are a number of educational websites parents can check out for elementary school students.
Gvoernor Abbott Waving STAAR Testing For The School YearGvoernor Abbott Waving STAAR Testing For The School Year
Dallas ISD Cancels All Events, Enhanced Cleaning Methods In PlaceAt Thursday's school board meeting, Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa announced a plan is in place to address coronavirus concerns.