With the first week of school not yet complete, generous students and school staff members are organizing efforts to support displaced hurricane evacuees.
Long, diligent planning met with excited expectation Monday when students and teachers got back to it on the first day of school.
During two days of professional development at Mountain View Elementary School, staff members learned strategies to help students manage their own behavior.
To ease transition into high school, student and adult leaders mixed information and fun, helping to assimilate freshmen into a new environment of friends and learning.
About 23 people – middle school STEM Academy faculty with a few guests - stepped into the home side stands at the new school’s stadium, where they followed the progression of the solar eclipse.
Working together to unravel clues and unlock learning, Trimmier Elementary School teachers enjoyed a creative escape from the usual training.
Across the Killeen Independent School District, experienced teaching faculty and instructional aides joined new teachers Thursday for professional development and preparation for the coming school yea
As a community mourns the loss of a great leader, Shoemaker High School remembers a beloved “grandfather.”
Making Shoemaker High School a welcoming place is such a high priority that the school’s hospitality efforts have drawn national attention.
The annual camp, co-hosted at Skipcha Elementary School and the Stewart C. Meyer Public Library, prepares second- through fifth-graders to serve in school organizations like student council, Student 2