Students across the Copperas Cove Independent School District simultaneously curled up with a good book enjoying a literature adventure, but also competing for a top slot in H-E-B’s Read3 Contest.
Central Texas College will host an open house of its Career and Technology Education Center, building 118 at the Killeen campus Oct. 27.
Staff Sgt. Duane Temple could not be sure exactly when he would make it back home to his family from his overseas deployment. But, he knew he wanted it to be memorable. Unable to plan very far ahead due to the uncertainty of his arrival, Temple headed straight to his daughter’s school when h…
House Creek Elementary School students are searching the galaxy far, far away exploring unknown planets and learning of worlds bigger than themselves.
Over the next two months, more than 70,000 high school students across Texas will audition in their respective region to ultimately qualify for the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Bands, Orchestras and Choirs.
The Texas Education Agency released statewide accountability ratings Wednesday and local school districts earned a letter grade of either B or C.
Discussed Tuesday at the Copperas Cove Independent School District board of trustees meeting were newly approved expenditures, recognition of community service and the introduction of the new principal at House Creek Elementary School.
The Copperas Cove Independent School District saw mostly gains in State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness passing rates, according to raw data made available from the Texas Education Agency.
As teachers prepared to clean out their classrooms for summer, Copperas Cove Junior High School student Allyssa Kimball took advantage of the opportunity to save Mother Earth.
Eager second-graders at Hettie Halstead Elementary School were armed with their watering cans, dirt clods, pots of recycled material, and vegetable seeds as the Copperas Cove H-E-B Plus kicked of its Let’s Get Growing program, teaching the 70 youngsters not only about healthy eating habits b…
Anyone setting foot in Jordan Love’s classroom at Copperas Cove Junior High School will see he has set up an artist’s haven for his students to do their best each day. Twinkle lights line the classroom interior and exemplary works of art grace the walls.
FORT HOOD — For the 12th year, environmental experts here provided an interactive Earth Day lesson for area students.
In an effort to provide students an opportunity to think outside the box, Williams/Ledger Elementary School features a designated time each day for Genius Hour passion project, where students can explore questions about almost anything on their minds.
The number of hours volunteers have contributed at Williams/Ledger Elementary School is impressive: 2,662.34 in 2016-2017 and 1,291.32 for just the first semester.
With more than one-third of Copperas Cove Independent School District students being military-connected, there is a constant influx of new students. New students can feel lonely, leading to social isolation, which can cause depression and anxiety.
Copperas Cove students got personal inspiration from award-winning Texas author Chris Barton during a week-long visit to several of the district’s schools.
The Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty were honored by the City Council for having contributed more than 4,000 hours of service since being crowned in May.
Being bundled up inside the house with your family due to unseasonably cold weather in Texas was a perfect opportunity for House Creek Elementary School students to use skills they learned recently through their “friendship fruit salad” assignment.
CANYON LAKE — The Copperas Cove High School Criminal Justice Club, supported by training from the Copperas Cove Police Explorer’s Program, competed in the Texas Public Service Association Central Region Competition, where they placed in 12 of the 13 events.
The Copperas Cove High School Copperettes Dance Team and Copperas Cove Junior High and S.C. Lee Junior High School Starlettes Dance Teams are kicking up their heels, standing on their toes, twirling in the air and pulling out all the stops to get high marks from the judges at this weekend’s …
“If you want to change behavior, the first thing you need to do is develop the relationship.”
Copperas Cove High School DECA students are ready to compete Saturday morning and put their skills to the test at the DECA 5 District Conference, which draws more than 1,200 students. Fewer than 500 will advance to the state contest in Dallas in February.
It won’t be completely unfamiliar territory Saturday in Belton, although the stakes have gotten higher for two Copperas Cove ISD teacher and a high school student.
Millions of students take the PSAT test every year in preparation for the SAT with the hopes of scoring highly enough to get into the college or university of their choice.
Dustyn Shehane is what competitors might call a sleeper. The quiet Copperas Cove High School student was named a Commended Scholar in the National Merit Scholarship Program and her classmates never saw it coming.
They are America’s fighting force. Military men and women are trained to keep America safe, but how do they keep themselves safe?
As Christmas trees are being recycled and turned into pulp now that the festive holiday for 2017 has passed, one Cove elementary school is recycling a lot more this year than just the tree.
Copperas Cove High School FFA students have made history and set themselves up not only for successful careers but some lucrative college scholarships.
If you take out a $1,000 loan that has a 20 percent rate, how much will you owe a year in interest? Answer: $200.
While all the Cove school district elementary schools have kindness clubs to combat bullying, Williams/Ledger Elementary School tried a fluffier approach to get students to accept each others' differences.
No doubt, you’ve heard of the motorized, two-wheel, self-balancing scooter that sends kids zooming through neighborhoods and down sidewalks. With Christmas right around the corner and wish lists being drawn up, you can bet this is a list-topping item for Cove students.
Police officers, bounty hunters and firefighters swarmed the halls of Crossroads High School. Nurses could be heard throughout the campus and students anticipated their next move — next career move, that is.
How much of what you read can you actually remember? One Martin Walker Elementary School teacher has a method for helping students truly understand and recall what they are reading.
Topping the headlines last week was a young boy speaking out against the bullies he faces every day at school.
When teacher Bridgette Gatzert entered her classroom, she was not looking at her typical House Creek Elementary School third-grade class. Her room had been transformed into a living museum, lined with famous American figures.
Parents grabbed their backpacks and headed back to school for their second lesson of the year at S.C. Lee Junior High School. The school’s Parent University program encourages parents to attend meetings and learn how to track how well and what their students are doing in school.