In an expression both powerful and simple, a group of children delivered Thursday stockings of goodies to soldiers recently returned from Kuwait and Iraq.
A group of fourth- and fifth-graders darted about with excitement to pack non-perishable food into boxes, load the boxes onto a bus and into a car and then unload it all into a storage facility.
Clifton Park Elementary School Principal Catherine Snyder was mainly disturbed by the surprising weight and the chill of the slimy substance that two fifth-graders dumped on her head.
While raising funds for a spring trip, the Ellison High School Emeralds dance team built some high-profile contacts and life-long memories.
Pulling a dummy from a smoking building isn’t a bad way to spend a school day for seniors in the firefighter cadet program that Killeen ISD administers through the Killeen Fire Department.
Killeen ISD’s unique Career Center, a highly popular school that prepares students for high tech and other challenging careers, would be expanded with new classrooms and laboratories for science, tech
The Ellison High School Emeralds dance team members are excited to host members of the famed Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders for a dance camp from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Ellison gym.
Proud parents walked through an art gallery of clay snails carefully sculpted in the hands of their 4-year-olds.
Now a tried-and-true formula for success at Liberty Hill Middle School, students once again turned measuring and figuring into competition during its 15th annual Science Olympics.
Of all the blessings worthy of thanks, maybe none are more powerful and heartfelt than that of a certain Harker Heights High School sophomore.