Denton ISD | Education
DISD administrator unaware main character in his children’s book was alt-right symbol
A Denton ISD administrator who self-published a children's book featuring Pepe the Frog says he didn't know the character was an alt-right symbol until after the book came out.
Back to School: How to get help for students struggling to make the grade
Back to School: How to help your child's teacher
Denton ISD's fine arts, athletic programs continue successful streak despite static participation
Even with a slight dip in participation numbers, Denton ISD officials continue to allocate money toward fine arts and athletics because of the consistent success of both programs.
Back to School: Parents hope teachers will cut them some slack
Parents have a wish list of their own for the back to school season.
Too close for comfort? Guyer High School encroaching on aging natural gas sites
The distance between Guyer High School and one of the six gas well heads on campus would be like an easy throw to home plate for former outfielder Connor Herriage — 300 feet or less.
Three area school districts kick off 2017-18 fiscal year with approved budgets
Three area school districts — Denton, Krum and Pilot Point — held meetings last week to approve budgets for the 2017-18 year, which starts Saturday.
Denton ISD calls tax rate election
In the wake of a city council election, Denton voters will see another measure on the ballot come September. After unanimously passing the district tax rate ordinance in its Tuesday night meeting, the Denton ISD school board called a tax ratification election for what's known as a "tax swap." Election Day has been set for Sept. 9 and early voting begins Aug. 23.