Dallas Families Get Ready For Classes At The Mayor's Back To School FairFamilies in Dallas are getting ready for the first day of classes at the Mayor's Back To School Fair. Families started lining up as early as 3 a.m. to take advantage of the free event, but the fair officially begins at 8:00 a.m.
Thousands Want SAT Rescored After Lower-Than-Normal ResultsThousands of students and parents in North Texas and across the country are demanding a rescore of the June SAT, saying the company that gave the test scored them unfairly.
DISD Holding Bus Driver Hiring Fair As District Takes Over TransportationToday the Dallas Independent School District is holding a hiring fair looking only for bus drivers as the district takes over its own student transportation.
Thousands Of North Carolina Teachers Set To Rally Over PayThousands of teachers are set to hit the streets of North Carolina's capital on Wednesday, determined to force a political showdown over wages and funding priorities for public school classrooms.
Colleyville Heritage Students Prepare For School WalkoutColleyville Heritage Students Prepare For School Walkout
Dallas Students Walk Out Of Class As A Call For ActionDallas Students Walk Out Of Class As A Call For Action
Voters Agree To Oust Dallas County Schools Bus ServiceThe voters have spoken and the troubled agency responsible for getting tens of thousands of students to and from school in Dallas County will be abolished. On Tuesday voters cast their ballots and chose to dissolve the current Dallas County Schools (DCS) bus agency.
Parents In Waxahachie Concerned About School Bus SafetyA photo of kids sitting in the aisle of a moving school bus has some parents concerned and upset.
Dallas County Schools Bus Company Looking To ImproveA looming vote in November could idle the transportation agency.
Parents Often Kept In Dark About Schools' Vaccine RatesThe number of Texas families deciding not to vaccinate their school-age children has quadrupled in the past decade, according to state health records.
Mansfield Mom Gets 5 Daughters Ready For SchoolGetting the perfect outfit set out. Making sure that a packed lunch is ready to go. Looking over the new schedule.
Back-To-School Bedtime Battle Begins!Bedtime can be a huge source of stress for families. The key is never make it a punishment.
Keller ISD Offers ‘Innovative Campus' For KidsSome middle schoolers expressed concern they will "get lost" because their new school is so big!
Prosper ISD Booming; Will Build Massive StadiumFamilies are relocating to Prosper for its new homes, neighborhoods and the school system there.
Highland Park ISD Asks Neighbors To Lend Teachers Their DrivewaysThe district came up with a controversial solution that involves asking residents to let a teacher borrow their driveway for the entire school year.
Keeping Cool At The Tarrant County Back To School RoundupKeeping Cool At The Tarrant County Back To School Roundup
Thousands Expected At The Tarrant County Back To School RoundupIt's an exciting morning as families across Tarrant County prepare to send young ones to class. Some 10,000 underserved students are expected to make their way to downtown Fort Worth today for the Tarrant County Back To School Roundup.
Thousands Heading To Dallas Mayor's Back to School FairLike kids across North Texas, schoolchildren in Dallas and their families are preparing to head back to class. But today thousands of those young people are expected to show for the Mayor's Back to School Fair.
School Board Considers Changing DeSoto ISD Start TimesThe school bell could soon be ringing earlier or later for some North Texas students. At a board meeting this evening, the DeSoto Independent School District is looking for parent and students input on what time the school day should start.
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DISD Taking Steps To Cut Down On TruancyDISD Taking Steps To Cut Down On Truancy
PD Patrols Stepped Up After Robbers Steal Students Cell PhonesIt’s a nightmare for any parent sending their kids off to school… robbers are targeting students in Garland for their cell phones. Even more maddening, the crimes are happening at a place where adults would hope children would be safe – the bus stop.
Board To Plan Layout Of New Richardson ISD SchoolBoard To Plan Layout Of New Richardson ISD School
Parents In Tug Of War Over New Elementary SchoolDuring a school board meeting tonight the Richardson Independent School District could take a big step forward on fixing an overcrowding problem at a local school. The problem is at White Rock Elementary School -- where enrollment has shot up by more than 50 students this fall.