Denton ISD | Education
Parents of transgender students give education secretary an 'F' in defending civil rights
In a letter sent out Wednesday by the Human Rights Campaign, more than 700 parents condemned Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos for “repeated injustices” against transgender students in America.
Denton ISD bond committee recommends $750 million bond project for May election
Braswell High stages first-ever musical
Stephens Elementary fifth-grader petitions for student lunch advisory group
Ten-year-old Jaida Klimpel called Denton school cafeteria food "unnecessarily horrid" in an email to the school board president. She asked if the staff could make more homestyle meals and proposed a student advisory group. It turns out someone was listening.
Peanuts gallery: Denton High to stage 'Charlie Brown'
Denton High School will open its production of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" on Wednesday, Jan. 24.
Jury sides with Denton ISD in employment retaliation case
A jury ruled in favor of Denton ISD on Wednesday, saying it didn’t violate employment retaliation laws when administrators fired Kenneth Lyons, a paraprofessional who previously complained about racial discrimination within the district.
Group returns to take children with disabilities, illnesses on free flights
Denton GOP women to host candidate forum
In the Schools: Jan. 17, 2018
The course, which is taught by firefighters and licensed instructors, came to fruition in 2016 through a partnership with the school district, North Central Texas College and the Lake Cities Fire Department.
Denton County principals have average two decades of experience, which TEA says matters
Between the two of them, Kathleen Carmona and Vernon Reeves have spent nearly a quarter of a century as the principal of their respective campuses. According to new data being tracked by the Texas Education Agency, that matters.
Two local schools receive book donations from Denton Area Retired School Personnel Association
The Denton Area Retired School Personnel Association recently presented two Denton ISD schools a donation of nearly 740 books.