It’s never too early to learn to give back.
A chance encounter between two “Rakkasan” soldiers during a III Corps and Fort Hood Adopt-A-School visit Aug. 9 may reap some advantages.
If there are a dozen students in Gwendolyn Gray’s class at Crossroads High School, you can expect 12 different teaching styles, methods and lessons if that is what is needed to ensure students grasp and understand the material in her English class.
Fewer than 100 staff clean more than a million feet of building space totaling more than 28 miles and maintain more than 300 acres all in the name of education.
Copperas Cove High School math teacher Donna Brewer waded deep into the water up to her waist. She studied the aquifer at Barton Springs and knew she could take this information back to her classroom and use it as an educational opportunity for her students.
New teacher Hillary Stacey may have something in common with nearly a third of her freshman class at Copperas Cove High School.
The Miss Copperas Cove Five Hills Scholarship Program is supported by more than 100 sponsors every year, allowing the program to award more than $70,000 in scholarships and prizes.
Pizza parties, student/parent celebrations, the Great STAAR Classroom Escape — Clements/Parsons Elementary School teacher Jessica Crook makes learning fun, and it shows not only in her student’s test scores but in their love for their teacher and their parents’ respect.
Junior Miss Five Hills Leslie Lindholm’s platform of service during her yearlong reign is literacy.
Home grown or homemade: To be a vendor at the Farmers Market, the new event from 4 to 7 p.m. every Thursday in City Park, those are the only requirements, according to Heather Bryan, the city’s tourism coordinator.
Candy Outfitters displayed a little more than candy Saturday during a fundraiser to help Linda McMurray, wife of grandmaster James McMurray, of the House of Discipline in Harker Heights, raise money for medical bills.
KILLEEN — The Five Hills royalty have become familiar faces at the annual Killeen Juneteenth festivities and this year was no exception.
The Five Hills royalty had some good old-fashioned corny fun representing Copperas Cove at the Holland Corn Festival.
The Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty are on the road this summer participating in parades and events across the region and drawing attention to the attributes in the City of Family Living.
Phase I of the $1.07 million Copperas Cove Revitalization Project continues along Avenue D between Main and First streets.
Scholarship, leadership, service, character, citizenship, responsibility.
Despite the downpour of rain across Central Texas, the Five Hills royalty continued driving forward to the far end of Bell County with complete faith the skies would clear up and they would represent the city on schedule as planned. And, they were right.
Seven-year-old Sophia Daniels struggled with chop- sticks as she tried to pick up a piece of tangerine chicken.
S.C. Lee Junior High School students participated in a mini-academic UIL meet after school May 8.
The theme of the inaugural Miss Five Hills Scholarship Pageant was #MoreThanABeautyPageant, and the newly crowned royalty are already planning how they will promote their platforms of service during their yearlong reigns.
Copperas Cove library hosted the book signing of Chreyllynn Dyess — the writer of young adult, coming of age, paranormal, fantasy, poetry and romance — and Screaming Mimi, an author with books spanning several genres.
Barbara Miller always thought she would be a nurse because she likes to take care of people. But, an opportunity to work at House Creek Elementary became available that allowed Miller to be able to go back to work, to have the same schedule of her three school aged children and allow time to…