More than 400 parents joined their sons and daughters Friday for Killeen High School’s annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes Day.
Some planted pumpkin seeds in cups and some measured shadows in the sunlight, but on Thursday at Cavazos Elementary School there was No Child Left Inside.
Throughout the sprawling, split-level building at the intersection of Trimmier and Stagecoach roads in Killeen, guests observed students displaying their learning.
Killeen ISD is already the 26th largest school district in Texas, and with enrollment continuing to surge school district leaders will meet Tuesday night to discuss a potential timeline for building a
A campaign of kindness that won a Killeen fourth-grade class a pre-screening of a highly anticipated movie has students wide-eyed with Wonder.
In the classroom at the Career Center, which draws students from all four KISD high schools, part-finished mums hang with completed ones with each side of the classroom displaying each school’s colors
The new “school within a school” at the just-opened Roy J. Smith Middle School uses Project Based Learning, challenging students to use their learning to support the community in real-world ways.
A teacher with deep roots in Killeen is getting a chance to share her knowledge around the world.
Most dads want to be part of their children’s school. Sometimes, they just need a little encouragement. Saegert Elementary School, for the 7th year, invited dads, granddads and other male role models
Classroom support for teachers is looking more and more like the sideline of an athletic venue with coaches giving encouragement and support as the game is happening.