The 2019-2020 school year is basically over, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. But school administrators at Dallas ISD have a lot of tough decisions ahead of them.
The senior class of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts graduated Wednesday in a virtual ceremony.
It has been a rough year for graduating seniors, but especially for the class at Thomas Jefferson High School in North Dallas.
As the school year comes to a close, school districts across the state are weighing their options for what next year will look like.
People in Dallas are being encouraged to step outside their homes Thursday night to honor graduating high school seniors.
The two largest school districts in North Texas have very different views on switching to a year-round calendar.
Dallas ISD is exploring a new model that could permanently change how some kids are educated, even after the coronavirus pandemic ends.
Dallas ISD's superintendent said Tuesday his decision to hold virtual graduation is final and based on recommendations from the county health department.
Dallas-based Williams Chicken and pro-sports athletes have stepped up to make senior year as special as possible for some Dallas ISD students.
Dallas ISD is closing two child care centers that were opened for essential workers.
Dallas Independent School District said its students will not return to the classrooms during the summer and likely won’t return to school as normal in the fall.
A procession was held at a North Texas hospital for a Dallas ISD officer who is fighting for his life after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
Graduating seniors from Wilmer Hutchins High School were brought together Thursday for a celebration in a virtual lunchroom experience.
Graduation ceremonies for the class of 2020 will be far from traditional because of coronavirus restrictions on large gatherings.
The two largest districts in North Texas said all of their high schools will hold online ceremonies in either May or June. Specific dates for campuses will be released in the coming days, officials said.
As Texas begins to gradually reopen businesses, it raises the question of how schools will reopen in the fall.
Several Dallas ISD teachers surprised students with crafts and education projects.
Dallas ISD decided to change the way grades are reported for the rest of the school year. All students will now finish the year with a pass or fail.
The Dallas Independent School District is distributing 10,000 internet hot spots to keep all of its students connected.
There was a massive effort by district officials to get students back into classrooms. But the coronavirus pandemic changed everything, again.