“My dad goes to work,” the tiny kindergartener said one Wednesday after asking me if I went to work. “Do you know him?”Read more
When W.T. White High School football coach Tony Johnson first arrived on campus four years ago, his players lifted weights in a double-wide trailer with holes in the floor.
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At the beginning of every school year, for the past five years, United to Learn has helped Dallas ISD students and teachers get off to a good start by making sure they have the supplies they need.
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I clearly remember that feeling of the last day of school and the summer before me — one filled with swimming lessons, Girl Scout camp, and all kinds of fun activities that my mom would find for us.Read more
A new hybrid school will open next year in the Oak Lawn/Turtle Creek area, offering families some of the flexibility of home schooling but the structure of traditional school.Read more
It’s been more than a year since an EF3 tornado struck the Walnut Hill Elementary School building, which had been welcoming students since 1946.Read more
I’ve been writing about real estate for years – and I’ve been writing about schools even longer than that.Read more
Dallas Independent School District will be hosting a school expo on Saturday, Nov. 2 at W.H. Adamson High School from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.Read more
When the Texas Education Agency announced its yearly A through F grades for districts and schools, it was mostly good news for the Dallas Independent School District.Read more
As the captain of the girls volleyball team, Hillcrest High School senior Skyy Owens was ecstatic to see the school’s newly completed competition gym when she returned from summer break.Read more
Through August 16, United to Learn is hosting Learning Launch, an annual back-to-school drive that accelerates student learning by equipping teachers and students with critical teaching supplies not met by limited public school budgets.Read more