Clifton Park second-graders taped Principal Catherine Snyder to her door in celebration of United Way funding.
Killeen ISD school food drives produced 45,000 pounds in non-perishable donations to help area pantries.
Last year's KISD Distinguished Alumni interact with Killeen High School IB students. The organization is seeking nominations.
After leaving the military, a life-long learner found her second calling in education and recently found herself in the teaching spotlight.
Seen and Unseen Hands awarded $1,000 to Maxdale Elementary School for literacy programs.
Killeen School Retirees donated books for Clifton Park Elementary first- and second-graders.
The Skipcha Elementary School Student Council continued its longtime service project benefiting the KISD Homeless Awareness Response Program.
Colgate made its annual stop at a Killeen school during a tour through the region to provide dental screenings.
In the largest one-day food drive in the state of Texas, students across KISD made a difference, contributing thousands of non-perishable goods for local donation.
In its annual Science Olympics, Liberty Hill students competed among grade levels in science-related games and a final challenge.