A hallway parade at Douse Elementary School Friday featured dozens of African-American contributors of the past and a Killeen educator led them all.
Seven Killeen ISD Career Center education students are on their way to the national championship for their organization, a group called Educators Rising.
On S.M.A.R.T. Kids Day at the school Wednesday everyone was doing Science and Math Activities Requiring Thinking.
Powerfully connecting the famous dream of a great orator of another generation to today’s students making day-to-day choices in school and life, Manor Middle School celebrated “Keeping the Dream Alive
With six weeks of robot building and programming complete, Shoemaker High School Cyberwolves team members took a victory lap Tuesday and then got back to work.
Determined to spread kindness across a campus, Willow Springs Elementary School students designed T-shirts and heritage dolls and buddied up to talk about character traits.
For some students, the wall was a welcomed chance to try something fun and new and they attacked the challenge with the energy of their youth.
With Black History Month as backdrop, fifth-graders at Harker Heights Elementary School drew symbols of quilts and researched the geography and economics that drove slavery of the American south.
Celebrating courageous leaders for guiding an oppressed people to greater freedom, a specialized high school in Killeen saved the highest honor for one of their own.
In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, vocational teacher Sarah Crawford and her students created bud vases and stunning rose arrangements to be sold as part of a fundraiser.