Last month, the juniors and seniors ended their semester and the calendar year with another “Beauty Battle” fashion show, with students showing off elaborate fantasy costumes in an adjudicated event.
A total of 218 sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders representing a half-dozen clubs and service organizations at Union Grove Middle School spent three hours volunteering at 15 service sites.
With a little creativity and a lot of compassion, a club at Patterson Middle School came up with a large collection of donated toys to make Christmas brighter for military children.
Interested in bringing attention to the age-old tradition of proper manners, a 4th grade teacher at Haynes Elementary School formed Boys 2 Men Club as companion to the established Young Ladies Club
The Harker Heights High School FFA chapter gathered donated food and clothes to help families in a difficult place during this holiday and into the new year.
Reaching out from the corridors of Congress, a Central Texan congressman delivered Friday a pair of special flags to two new schools in Killeen ISD.
Killeen ISD schools will dismiss two hours early Friday, Dec. 15, to allow students, school faculties and staff to begin enjoying their holiday with their families.
The Killeen ISD Education Foundation conducted its annual classroom engagement grant distribution, with school district and foundation leaders visiting 12 schools to hand out $75,000 in grants.
It was a sweet moment between some of the youngest students in Killeen ISD and a group of soldiers on break from the motor pool as children and 15 soldiers from their adoptive unit made the holiday cr
In the December knighting ceremony at Harker Heights Elementary School, Principal Carolyn Dugger pointed out the school’s commitment to service and community leaders that diligently serve the school.