The COVID-19 crisis has Dallas ISD trustees voting on everything from delaying the school board election, to whether or not to purchase thousands of hotspots for students without internet access.
The student attended J.L. Long Middle School in Old East Dallas and is currently at home and doing well, according to officials.
Dallas ISD students are on Spring Break. But in a matter of days, thousands of parents, students and teachers will be navigating online instruction.
Dallas ISD feeds more than 100,000 students each school day. Since the coronavirus closed DISD schools, the district has plans to still feed its students. Many of them live in food-insecure homes, food deserts and in challenging situations.
A handful of North Texas school districts, including Dallas ISD, have announced schools will be close indefinitely to help slow the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
With growing concerns of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dallas ISD is making plans for any campus disruptions.
A leak in a sewage line spilled sewage on the campus of the newly-renovated South Oak Cliff High School.
The program is called Common Cents and encourages students to get an early start on philanthropy, fundraising and giving back.
The Dallas Independent School District is changing the way students are admitted to its competitive magnet schools.
Dallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa shared some of the district’s achievements for the year and talked about focusing on the future in his annual “State of the District” address.
Dallas ISD’s finances are getting attention after the district’s chief auditor publicly criticized the board for seeking an outside review of his work, then abruptly resigned.
The chief internal auditor for Dallas ISD is accusing administrators of trying to cover up wrongdoing and brought his concerns to the school board on Tuesday.
A community program in Dallas is giving DISD students a head start on adulthood.
Some Dallas ISD educators were trained on a new program to help identify students who may become a threat.
One mother's fight for her son to receive special education services through Dallas ISD has turned into a drawn out legal battle with the district now suing her in federal court.
The Dallas school board approved a plan to replace three schools destroyed by last October's tornado.
Dallas ISD will discuss and possibly approve a plan for the replacement and restoration of its destroyed schools.
The family of an 18-year-old who died after being shot during a high school basketball game plans to sue Dallas ISD.
Texas Rangers star Elvis Andrus stepped up to the plate with a big donation to the baseball and softball teams of a Dallas high school destroyed by a tornado in October.
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