For all the commands of "communicate and motivate," "push yourself" and "leave no one behind," the football workout might have been a day of military basic training - and that was precisely the point.
Demonstrating the goodness of doing the right thing in the face of fear, the child walked through the dark forest keeping his eyes always on the light.
Hundreds of elementary-age students competed Saturday in an Olympic-sized event that transformed science from an academic discipline to something exciting and social.
Numerous schools in Killeen ISD and nationwide welcomed community guests to read to children on Read Across America Day, marked yearly on the birthday of timeless author Dr. Seuss.
The Killeen ISD school board is expected Tuesday to approve a plan to deal with frequent flooding that regularly forces Harker Heights High School marching band members to carry their instruments thro
The teams from each middle school, composed of no more than five students each, studied 15 books from the Texas Lone Star list to prepare for the quiz game that tested their reading comprehension.
On Thursday, the day before the national Read Across America Day, 28 Killeen ISD Career Center education students dressed in Dr. Seuss character finery read stories and conducted activities at Douse E
Two days before the official Read Across America Day, Ira Cross Elementary School kindergarten teacher Keyetta Mathis, dressed as the Cat in the Hat and librarian Tonya Morrow gave away most of 800 do
Seventeen high school student artists in Killeen ISD will take their creative work to the top level of competition in the state of Texas.
There are tiny white clay containers sculpted by tiny hands, colorful feathered papier-mache birds and the Seven Wonders of the World.