There are tiny white clay containers sculpted by tiny hands, colorful feathered papier-mache birds and the Seven Wonders of the World.
Across Killeen schools this month students of all ages are using a variety of art, dance, music and drama to celebrate a variety of cultures.
In an annual effort to build computer skills, classes took turns this week spending an hour learning coding through a variety of challenges.
A hallway parade at Douse Elementary School Friday featured dozens of African-American contributors of the past and a Killeen educator led them all.
Seven Killeen ISD Career Center education students are on their way to the national championship for their organization, a group called Educators Rising.
On S.M.A.R.T. Kids Day at the school Wednesday everyone was doing Science and Math Activities Requiring Thinking.
Powerfully connecting the famous dream of a great orator of another generation to today’s students making day-to-day choices in school and life, Manor Middle School celebrated “Keeping the Dream Alive
With six weeks of robot building and programming complete, Shoemaker High School Cyberwolves team members took a victory lap Tuesday and then got back to work.
Determined to spread kindness across a campus, Willow Springs Elementary School students designed T-shirts and heritage dolls and buddied up to talk about character traits.
For some students, the wall was a welcomed chance to try something fun and new and they attacked the challenge with the energy of their youth.