Laughs, smiles and cheers filled the activity room at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, at 1602 S. Farm-to-Market 116, on Saturday for the second annual Fun Day to end the summer on a high note before school started.
Some kids looked excited, and others apprehensive, as parents ushered the young scholars to their respective classrooms at Clements/Parsons Elementary School on Monday morning for the first day of a new school year.
FRIDAY, Aug. 26
In the last week before the start of school, the Rabbit Fest royalty did not slow down as they wrapped up a very busy summer.
Trisha Stutz was told she would never be able to have children. Years later with four of them, the military spouse has never stopped counting her blessings and expressing her gratitude.
As most parents and students are looking ahead to the start of school, the Rabbit Fest royalty are looking ahead week to week with full schedules.
Students sat silently with legs crossed on the colorful rug, intently listening to the story of “The Gingerbread Man,” learning about his journey and then taking a journey of their own following the path of the gingerbread man before ending up back in the classroom.
Most boys love frogs, but even the girls at Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School like frogs too ... when they got to make them out of green cardstock.
FRIDAY, Aug. 19
Most classroom teachers agree that teaching children in the classroom is about more than mastering subject matter with the students. It is also about ensuring their success outside the classroom.
FRIDAY, Aug. 12
LAMPASAS — School is officially starting soon, and students are groaning in resignation while parents are breathing sighs of relief. Of course, this also means August is the month for frantic, last-minute back-to-school shopping, touring the new school and meeting the student’s newest educators.
Baseball. It’s the national pastime, so much so that many diehard fans believe the final two words of the national anthem are “play ball.”
Copperas Cove Independent School District students and staff were welcomed to school last year with new computers, including one for every teacher, counselor and librarian and a boost in technology in each classroom.
Stop in to most any business and you will likely see a collection box for Copperas Cove Independent School District’s Stuff the Bus event, which starts today and runs through Sunday at the Cove Wal-Mart.