Here are five stories on how measures aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus are changing the way that Dallas-Fort Worth school districts operate.
AP Exams to be administered online, at home in May for Frisco ISD students
Frisco ISD students in Advanced Placement courses can take their exams for college credit online and at home following changes by the College Board for the 2019-20 school year.
Graduation ceremonies still on for Frisco ISD seniors; several options in the works
If schools continue to be closed into May or through the rest of the school year, Plan B for FISD is a drive-thru graduation with social distancing measures in place at each high school.
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD helps students stay connected with device repairs, free Wi-Fi
As Grapevine-Colleyville ISD students prepare for a new normal of learning at home, district staff is making sure students and teachers have everything they need to stay connected.
Keller ISD, Northwest ISD officials continue drive-thru meal programs for students
Although school districts are closed to on-campus learning through at least May 4, officials with Keller ISD and Northwest ISD have found solutions to serve students who rely on school meals.
Update: Plano ISD cancels comprehensive exams, adopts new grading rules during coronavirus closures
Plano ISD schools will cancel comprehensive exams for most classes at all grade levels as part of a new series of grading guidelines adopted this week.
Daniel Houston, Elizabeth Uclés, Miranda Jaimes and Ian Pribanic contributed to this report.