North Texas Teacher Helps Special Needs Students Get Supplies Needed For Online LearningA whiteboard, composition notebook, markers, pencils and fidget widgets. These are the types of supplies Kylie Bennett says her students with special needs need for online learning.
In-Person Learning Returns To Some North Texas School Districts For First Time In 6 Months TuesdayGarland, Grapevine-Colleyville, Highland Park, Lewisville and Richardson ISDs are among the districts returning at least partially in-person on Tuesday.
Fort Worth ISD Prepares For 1st Day Of School 'Like No Other'FWISD will start classes virtually on Tuesday.
Dallas, Fort Worth ISDs Prepare For Virtual Back To School Next TuesdayRobbie Owens talked to the superintendents from both school districts.
New COVID-19 Data Shows Most Tarrant County Schools Can Consider Hybrid Learning ModelsNew data released by Tarrant County Public Health shows that most schools in the county meet the criteria to consider hybrid learning models amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Texas School District Asking Parents To Sign Pledge Before Students Return To CampusA North Texas school district is asking parents to sign a list of pledges regarding the COVID-19 pandemic before students return to campus later this month.
Some Dallas ISD Students May Be Back On Campus Sooner Than They ThoughtDallas ISD announced Wednesday, based on the recent leveling out of Dallas County COVID-19 cases, the district is allowing the phased-in start of athletic conditioning and other designated UIL activities beginning Tuesday, September 8.
How Many Students Called In Sick Today? New Denton County Website Has The AnswerDenton County’s new webpage, which launched Tuesday, will allow the public to see how many COVID-19 cases have been reported among students and staff at specific school campuses.
Fort Worth Superintendent Awaiting Specific Data Before Reopening SchoolsFrustration over school closures and mask requirements is building.
Dallas ISD Parents Getting In Gear To Help Kids Learn OnlineThe first four weeks of the school year will be online due to COVID-19 concerns.
Dallas ISD Parents Figuring Out How To Manage At-Home Learning“Not every family will be able to do it, and I hope they have somebody that can kind of help them with going back to school,” said Stephanie Dunbar.
Dallas Mayor's Back To School Fair UnderwayDallas Mayor's Back To School Fair Underway
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson On DISD Virtual Start And MoreDallas Mayor Eric Johnson On DISD Virtual Start, COVID-19, Back-To-School Fair, And More
Dallas ISD To Have Only Online Classes At Least First 4 Weeks Of School"Not everyone is going to be happy with the decision, but it is what it is and it's the context we are in," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Around 80% Of Weatherford ISD Students Return To Classroom On First Day Back To SchoolAll students in fourth grade and above were required to wear masks while inside buildings.
Dallas ISD To Have Online Classes At Least First 4 Weeks Of School Beginning September 8"Not everyone is going to be happy with the decision, but it is what it is and it's the context we are in," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
North Texas Heath Care Professionals Share Personal Decisions On Sending Kids Back To School Or NotThe CBS 11 I-Team asked one simple question: Do you plan to send your own children back to school in person?
First Year Teacher In Arlington Talks About First Week On Job During PandemicNicole Nielsen talked to the teacher via Zoom from her school.
CBS 11 I-Team Asks Health Professionals If In-Class Learning Is SafeGinger Allen reports.
Wilson Elementary School Notifies Parents Someone On Campus Tested Positive For COVID-19Crandall ISD's effort to start classes COVID free ended on day one at Wilson Elementary School.
Plano ISD Parents Sound Off On Education During PandemicThe Plano ISD school board met for the first time since school started.
Helping Students With Online Learning In Mansfield ISDRobbie Owens reports.
Couple Creates Homeschool Bootcamp To Help ParentsCouple Creates Homeschool Bootcamp To Help Parents
Doctors Worry About Coronavirus And Measles As Texas Students Skip VaccinesAs students head back to school, public health officials are concerned not only about a possible COVID-19 outbreak but a measles outbreak, or worse, an outbreak of both at the same time.

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