Dallas ISD will no longer suspend high school and middle school students, introduces ‘reset centers’ as new disciplinary action
The Dallas Independent School District is embarking on some new changes to how it will handle student disciplinary issues at middle and high school campuses.
According to a report by WFAA, DISD is getting rid of in-school and out-of-school suspensions as disciplinary actions. Instead, the district will handle student misbehavior by using “reset centers” in its 52 middle and high schools.
“We’re just trying to address something that has been going on for a long time,” commented Pierre Fleurinor, a reset coordinator for