With Black History Month as backdrop, fifth-graders at Harker Heights Elementary School drew symbols of quilts and researched the geography and economics that drove slavery of the American south.
Celebrating courageous leaders for guiding an oppressed people to greater freedom, a specialized high school in Killeen saved the highest honor for one of their own.
In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, vocational teacher Sarah Crawford and her students created bud vases and stunning rose arrangements to be sold as part of a fundraiser.
Seventh-graders at the STEM Academy at Smith Middle School are working all semester on a project that begins with community health and reaches around the world.
The Killeen ISD school board voted unanimously Tuesday to put on a May 5 ballot a proposed $426 million bond election, consisting of two propositions, to relieve crowded schools, make safety and secur
In an attempt to sharpen future plans from abstract mystery to visual reality, Killeen ISD Career Center students are showing off their school to eighth-graders this week.
On Monday during the last class of the day, students and guests gathered in the gym to see the showoff performances of the Crimson Belles and Rosettes dance teams, Avalon color guard and the band’s pe
The Killeen school district hosted its first Festival of Bands that featured 16 performing groups representing the district’s high schools and middle schools, a community band and a guest conductor.
Emphasizing the importance of safety in a science lab, chemistry teachers showed Killeen ISD Career Center students what acid does to an eyeball.
During the day, the first-graders read 100 books, built a bridge out of 100 straws, bundled several items in 10s to equal 100 and popped 100 balloons, each containing directions for further activities