Two days before the official Read Across America Day, Ira Cross Elementary School kindergarten teacher Keyetta Mathis, dressed as the Cat in the Hat and librarian Tonya Morrow gave away most of 800 do
Seventeen high school student artists in Killeen ISD will take their creative work to the top level of competition in the state of Texas.
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.