In the student council’s annual Make a Difference Day project, student council members took the lead in gathering paper goods for charity and performing cleanup projects around the school.
An eight-legged creepy, crawly creature made a rare public appearance Friday for the students and staff of Sugar Loaf Elementary School as the principal prepared to face her fear.
The 17th annual Space Week at West Ward Elementary School, culminating Thursday with the rocket launch competition challenged students to look beyond.
The boards of trustees of the Killeen Independent School District and Central Texas College met in special joint session in the heart of one STEM academy to discuss the next steps in forming an expans
For the 17th year, the school is hosting a dozen or so experts in a variety of science and education fields and will conduct its annual competitive rocket launch and a family science night.
The congressman representing the Killeen area offered personal support to career and technical education during a visit Wednesday to the Killeen ISD Career Center.
In slow, measured statements, a father shared his story of deep personal loss, while delivering a powerful message of hope.
Seventh-graders sought out complex facts about specific kinds of cancer, interviewed experts and presented their findings in a public health fair.
As part of Read for the Record, a national campaign to promote literacy throughout the United States, Career Center Education students took the opportunity to engage with pre-kindergarten.
Driving home the point that young leaders can make a huge difference, student council members from Killeen and Copperas Cove elementary schools gathered to learn tips and network during an annual conf