In slow, measured statements, a father shared his story of deep personal loss, while delivering a powerful message of hope.
Seventh-graders sought out complex facts about specific kinds of cancer, interviewed experts and presented their findings in a public health fair.
As part of Read for the Record, a national campaign to promote literacy throughout the United States, Career Center Education students took the opportunity to engage with pre-kindergarten.
Driving home the point that young leaders can make a huge difference, student council members from Killeen and Copperas Cove elementary schools gathered to learn tips and network during an annual conf
In a powerful recognition of heroes past, present and future, an armored knight thanked a pair of Vietnam-era veterans as well as kindergarten through fifth-grade students of high character.
Retired teachers know the value of reading and are working to put books in the hands of students – lots of books.Six members of the Killeen Schools Retirees Association handed out about 330 books.
Dressed in full knightly regalia, Sir Cass was back in Killeen Monday to hand out medallions to Willow Springs Elementary School students honored in the Early Act First Knight character education prog
Mixing rock-and-roll with nutrition, cafeteria staff members across Killeen ISD rolled up their jeans and decorated for the 1950s this week.
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.