Denton ISD | Education
Denton ISD celebrates class of 2017
Ready to feel old? The Denton ISD graduates who walked across the stage on Friday will be the last batch of "90s kids." All born before the turn of the millennium, the high school seniors were brought into a world where Blockbuster reigned supreme and the biggest worry was Y2K. They grew up listening to the soothing sounds of dial-up internet and smiling for disposable cameras.
Local high school student earns medal for scores on national German language test.
Denton ISD officials say bathroom restrictions won't change process
Indy 500 champ surprises Ryan High educator
Indy 500 champion Takuma Sato surprised Karen Guenther — Ryan High School's campus testing coordinator and an avid racing fan — by dropping in and speaking at a faculty meeting.
Spin zone: Hot new toy mesmerizes local kids, vexes some adults
The hot new toy is all the rage with Denton students. But some schools are asking kids to leave their fidget spinners and cubes at home.
School board discusses safety amid gas well concerns
Denton school board members got an update Tuesday on school safety and preparedness, but some were still wary about what would happen in a gas well emergency at Guyer High School.
Teachers, student talk gas wells at board meeting
School board candidates take on final forum
With the early voting period less than 24 hours away, Denton school board candidates took a final round of questions at a Sunday afternoon candidate forum put on by the Denton Community Council of Parent-Teacher Associations.
Denton ISD names two buildings after former board members
School board members voted Tuesday to name the existing Professional Development Center after Curtis Ramsey, a former board member and longtime educator. The board also voted to name the new support services building currently being built on Elm Street after Bill Giese, a former professor and local education advocate.
Ethics reforms still alive for Denton City Council
UNT removes parking meters near Fry Street
School board front-runners emerge from early voting totals
According to unofficial numbers released from early voting totals, Jim Alexander received 65. 7 percent of the vote for his Place 6 spot while his challenger Alfredo Sanchez took 34. 3 percent of the vote. Alexander has held a spot on the board since 1993.