More than 600 students at McShan Elementary in Northeast Dallas got an early start to Christmas with a special holiday donation.
Insurance will not cover the full cost to rebuild tornado-damaged Dallas ISD campuses at Walnut Hill Elementary and Thomas Jefferson High School.
It's been a month and a half since an EF-3 tornado left parts of Dallas in shambles.
Kaveion Morris, 15, attends Bryan Adams High School and was walking to the bus stop the morning of November 8 when he noticed something happening at a pool at the Vantage Point Apartments in Northeast Dallas.
Dallas ISD moved forward with plans to handle the tornado recovery in the district.
A class offered to Dallas ISD students may help promote diversity and inclusion.
Some Dallas ISD students are scoring a big win in the classroom with $50,000 worth of school supplies.
A Dallas ISD middle school teacher was surprised with the so-called ‘Oscars of Teaching.’
A Dallas mother has won her appeal to the Texas Education Agency to have her son receive special education instruction without undergoing rigorous diagnostic tests.
Alumni of Thomas Jefferson H.S. are planning a fundraiser Friday night to help displaced and homeless students.
Central Market is donating $50,000 to Dallas ISD to help with tornado damage repairs.
It is possible the three Dallas ISD schools badly damaged by the EF-3 tornado could be declared a total loss.
One week after the EF-3 tornado destroyed three Dallas ISD schools, the district is working to figure out what’s next for those campuses.
After initially donating $100,000 to the Dallas Education Foundation to help schools in the recovery process after Sunday’s tornado, Mark Cuban will donate an additional $1 million.
The Dallas Cowboys and NFL Foundation made a huge donation to help get one school damaged by Sunday's tornadoes back on their feet.
The Presbyterian Church in Preston Hollow continues to help those affected by Sunday's tornadoes.
Thomas Jefferson High School is not letting the EF-3 tornado that hit Sunday stop them from celebrating homecoming this weekend.
Dallas ISD students return to school
This is homecoming week for Thomas Jefferson High School students, but it has been filled with power outages, down trees, and students moving to a new building following Sunday’s tornado.
The Dallas ISD superintendent has been candid that one of the biggest challenges since Sunday has been relocating 1,800 teenagers from Northwest Dallas 10 miles away to West Dallas.