Jump Rope for Heart is more than just another fundraiser for Martin Walker Elementary School physical education teacher Lisa Mullen. It’s much more personal.
Hundreds of eighth-graders from S. C. Lee and Copperas Cove Junior high schools poured into Copperas Cove High School to experience what life will be like for them next year as high school students.
Students learning to read for the first time experience a sense of excitement that they are understanding the story in front of them. For students in teacher Annmarie Slaise’s second-grade class at Williams Ledger Elementary, they experienced the same sense of excitement when they focused th…
Kindergarten students at Williams/Ledger Elementary School learned about the history of St. Patrick and leprechauns and were on the prowl to capture Louie, the leprechaun, before he could get away.
Twenty-six community volunteers, 164 hours of read-alouds, and a cumulative total of 2,561 students read to — that sums up a great week of reading at Williams/Ledger Elementary School.
Two Central Texas College students recently earned local American Advertising awards, formerly known as the Addys, at the American Advertising Federation-Central Texas chapter’s awards banquet.
Nineteen colleges, six different branches of military service, 350 students and at least 150 parents. Those are the numbers that Copperas Cove High School is tallying for its recent CCHS College and Career Night hosted to help students find their career path or university of further study.
For nearly 60 years, Barbie has held more than 150 careers. From flight attendant to veterinarian to rock star to aerobics instructor to police officer, Barbie has pretty much done it all.
HOUSTON — One Copperas Cove Independent School District teacher is not only reaching for the moon to educate her students, but she is certain to land among the stars.
BUDA — The Copperas Cove High School Criminal Justice Club and Police Explorers raided the regional Texas Public Service Association competition here, placing in 11 of their 14 competitions despite entering several new students in the competition, as several members graduated last year.
Millions of people in more than 100 countries drew attention to the importance of reading on World Read Aloud Day and students at House Creek Elementary School and S.C. Lee Junior High School enjoyed some very special guest readers and authors.
Rosa Parks. Thurgood Marshall. Martin Luther King Jr. All are recognizable names of African-Americans responsible for impacting change in black history. But students in teacher Nicole Green’s class at Hettie Halstead Elementary School learned there are many, many others also responsible for …
Students work in small groups in all four corners of the room and also in two more groups in the center of the room. All are working independently to solve complex problems. AVID tutor Rachel Pierce floats from group to group, looking over the students shoulders, checking their work and list…
Ethan Beasley knows that as an assistant manager of a restaurant, he has to be a role model to the other employees. He has to model the behavior he wants them to follow. But he is now a role model to students at the school that gave him a second chance and contributed to the success that he …
Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School students in teacher Amanda Brown’s brand new sewing club are learning a new skill and getting a chance to help the local animal shelter.
Martin Walker Elementary School students and staff joined schools all over the nation in an event called the Great Kindness Challenge, which challenges students to help create a positive school environment and prevent bullying through the completion of kind acts throughout the week.
Rainy weather is the perfect time for Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School fifth-grade science teacher Jeffery Shores to conduct a lab that illustrates how storms get started.
Two members of the Central Texas College board of trustees filed for re-election. Incumbents Rex Weaver, Place 7, who currently serves as board treasurer, and Don Armstrong, Place 6, will seek another six year–term.
Four months can seem like a long time away, especially when you are 12 or 13 years old. But for junior high school choir students hoping to qualify for regional choirs, that is when the work began. And, it paid off.
The patient’s chest is filling up with fluid. A horrible cough is audible from the patient. The patient’s heart rate is dropping. All of these scenarios provide real-life situations through simulation mannequins now being used by high school health science students.
A bus, a car, jungle gym and slide. Copperas Cove Independent School District’s youngest students squealed with excitement not knowing where to play first.
Copperas Cove DECA students are ready to load up Saturday morning to put their skills to the test at the DECA Region 5 District Conference, which draws nearly 1,000 students.
“What a poet writes is often his life, when someone listens they experience it for the moment, but it was the author that lived it and shared it.”
It’s been nine years in the making, but Copperas Cove Independent School District finally hit the jackpot in Copperas Cove High School junior Michaela Schwyhart.
LAMPASAS — Lampasas Independent School District Assistant Superintendent Nancy Yeary spoke to the Lampasas school board this week concerning the Texas Education Agency’s recent release of academic accountability ratings, an A-F system, and downplayed the ratings.
Public television station KNCT, based at Central Texas College in Killeen, recently announced it will begin broadcasting a new children’s programming channel.
Central Texas College was recently designated a top school in the Military Advanced Education’s 2017 Guide to Colleges and Universities.
Central Texas College will host a new student orientation from 8 to 11:30 a.m. today in the Anderson Campus Center (Building 156) on the Killeen campus off Clear Creek Road.
During a time of budget cuts and reductions in aid, Copperas Cove Independent School District’s annual financial report and the findings indicate solid financial operations, CCISD officials said.
Central Texas College recently announced new additions to its spring semester curriculum including flexible class formats and new certificate programs. The new opportunities are available for the spring 2017 semester, which opens Jan. 17.
In a time of budget cuts and major reductions in impact aid to school districts across the country, the Copperas Cove Independent School District’s annual financial report for the period ending Aug. 31 and the findings indicate a solid financial operation.
Tyson Curry walked up and down the aisle of Wal-Mart trying to select just the right Barbie. The friends of the lanky, 6-foot basketball player would not have expected to see him picking out dolls. But the 18 year old senior was on a mission.
Copperas Cove Independent School District students are enjoying the holiday break having wrapped up the six weeks grading period with testing behind them rather than the testing looming ahead upon their return to school.
In 1948, the “Little Drummer Boy” debuted and the song remains a popular Christmas hymn for young and old alike and served as an educational tool for House Creek Elementary School students.
Central Texas College held its annual service awards ceremony this month and announced its employees of the year for the central, continental and worldwide sites. Also announced were the department of the year, the Chancellor’s Award recipient, the students’ choice teacher of the year and th…
No long lines, no crowded stores and no items on back order for students who shopped in the Martin Walker Elementary School Peppermint Village Christmas Store sponsored by the Parent Teacher Association.