Dallas ISD announced Monday that students 12 and older who are fully vaccinated are eligible for a one-time $50 incentive.
Hackers got access to some current and former employee names, address, phone number, social security number, date of birth and other information.
There was another contentious school board meeting in Dallas Thursday night. It was made even more tense when a few passionate parents refused to wear masks and all were moved to another room.
Nearly two dozen high school football games statewide have already been canceled because of COVID-19. Many of those games are the opening games for schools in North Texas. Dallas ISD had to cancel quite a few. This year is different from last year. All of the COVID precautions in place last season aren't required.
The Texas Education Agency weighed in on Governor Greg Abbott's ban on mask mandates, noting that it is not being enforced because of ongoing court battles.
Signup for Dallas ISD's Virtual Academy is now available on the district’s website with teacher-led, at-home learning starting next Tuesday.
Dallas ISD and Frisco ISD are among the districts that are seeing fewer students than they hoped as the 2021-22 school year has gotten underway.
The mask debate continues in North Texas schools. Two more suburban school districts joined Dallas in requiring them.
There wasn't a mask mandate in effect for students starting school Monday in Fort Worth. In Dallas, masks are still required -- at least for now.
Dallas ISD's superintendent said the school district will keep its mask mandate in place despite the Texas Supreme Court ruling that temporarily blocked Dallas County's mask mandate.
The Dallas Independent School District will pay its teachers and staff members an extra $500 if they get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dallas ISD and Austin ISDs now have mask mandates. Houston ISD will decide on Thursday. Other school districts are still weighing their options, looking to see what developments come from the governor’s office and health officials.
The Dallas Independent School District will require masks for everyone on its campuses, despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order, due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the region.
Dallas ISD has three different calendars this year to address learning loss that affected many students during the pandemic.
Nearly all North Texas school districts are prepared for a return to all in-person learning later this month. The state's chief epidemiologist is concerned about a rise in pediatric COVID-19 cases.
Many high school athletes use their sport to earn a scholarship. That was a struggle for some last year who couldn’t always get on the field because of COVID-19. This year, there’s still plenty of uncertainty as to what the season will look like.
The superintendent says it will be challenging getting all students to return, but he says he feels hopeful the students will get caught up and back on track. He says the new teachers will be a part of the process moving forward.
All of the school districts have outlined processes and protocols to try and maintain a safe and healthy environment for all staff and students.
Dallas ISD says core subjects like reading saw a drop of almost 6% on the STAAR test from 2019 to 2021. So the district is launching its new ‘Lit Initiative’ with a focus on literacy to help students catch up.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that everyone over the age of 2 wear a mask in the classroom regardless of their vaccination status.