Fort Hood’s Adopt-a-School partnership between S.C. Lee Junior High School and an 11th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade unit was recognized as one of the strongest and visible partners during the Copperas Cove Independent School District’s annual State of the District luncheon March 8.
“Oh bother!” is one of the most famous quotes of the world’s most beloved bear, Winnie, the Pooh. But starring in the lead role of the play at the Temple Civic Theatre was anything but a bother for S.C. Lee Junior High eighth-grader Parker Reed.
Millions of students take the PSAT test every year in preparation for the SAT with the hopes of scoring high enough to get into the college or university of their choice.
Ms. Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest Trisha Stutz has spent the last 10 months of her yearlong reign promoting her platform of service of post-traumatic stress disorder awareness and in February, held a fundraiser to support an organization that provides one-on-one counseling to service members str…
The Rabbit Fest royalty did more than get their hands dirty for the Great Texas Waterways Clean-up. They waded into a creek and even a sewer to dig out the garbage and trash left behind.
A prominent history professor at the University of Texas spoke to students about the importance of making an impact during an African-American lecture at Central Texas College’s Anderson Center on Thursday evening.
In today’s world of leading a health-conscious lifestyle, second-grade gifted education students at Hettie Halstead Elementary and Williams/Ledger Elementary schools are getting the routine down early in learning about the importance of being physically active.
Two o’clock, three o’clock, four o’clock rock! Dressed in saddle oxfords and pony tails, the Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest royalty kicked up their heels with residents during the Stoney Brook Assisted Living Facility’s sixth anniversary Sock Hop. The residents tapped their toes and clapped their…
Copperas Cove High School senior Taylor Lucas would not see herself as a country girl, but her life took an interesting turn when she had a gap in her class schedule her freshman year.
For the third consecutive year, the Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest royalty partnered with Fort Hood Area Lemonade Day organization and are hard at work signing children up for free lessons on how to run their own business.
Mary may have brought a little lamb to school, but students at Fairview/Miss Jewell School have some furry friends of their own helping them learn about responsibility and how to relax and focus on their schoolwork.
KILLEEN — Football season is exciting for the high school dance line with homecoming and the thrill of dancing in front of thousands of fans every Friday night, but it is really just a warm-up to the competition season that lies ahead in the spring.
With less than three months of their yearlong reigns remaining, the Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest royalty continue to promote their platforms of service raising money and awareness for their chosen causes.
More than 1,200 participants from 35 school districts and 107 chapters packed the halls and classrooms of Copperas Cove High School for the HOSA Area V Spring Leadership Conference. The competition was fierce as each HOSA member vied for a coveted spot at the state contest.
Despite the dense fog, expectant mothers and their spouses came out to participate in “The Mother of All Baby and Childbirth Crash Course Seminar,” a free course hosted by Dulce Birthing Services on Jan. 13 at the Posh Me 2 Studio to gain knowledge for their journey into parenthood.
February is Black History Month in the United States, though every day provides a learning opportunity for black history at Copperas Cove schools.
“Be a buddy, not a bully!” That’s the message that second-graders at Williams/Ledger Elementary School took away from an anti-bullying workshop called the Buddy League presented by H-E-B in Copperas Cove.
It was Dante who said, “From a little spark may burst a mighty flame.” He must have been referring to the younger Rabbit Fest royalty who are holding their own compared to the older titleholders despite being younger and smaller.
Keli’i Natividad is a force to be reckoned with. The straight-A student earned his yellow belt in taekwondo in only one year. He is the reigning Junior Mister Rabbit Fest and plans to be a real-life superhero when he grows up.
The Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest royalty answered the call on what has become known as the national day of service—Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In fact, they got a head start.
American Legion Post 582 hosted a tacos and pancakes breakfast Saturday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8577 to offer camaraderie and support to local veterans.