Area school districts are seeing changing student populations this year.
An Ellison High School student was detained by police after a fight at the school Friday.
The assistant principal is at her post, actually moving in what looks like a continuously changing duty station.
Combining artistic expression with a desire for peace at home and abroad, Union Grove Middle School students planted pinwheels in front of their school on the International Day of Peace on Thursday.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will receive an update on the district’s strategic facilities plan at a worskhop session Thursday.
The many fans of Killeen Independent School District high school football and all kinds of other activities will enjoy a new inside look at a variety of sports and other events this year. The growth of the district’s Career Center programs, combined with a large, new scoreboard at Leo Buckle…
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“Meet Belton” is an opportunity for military families living in the Belton Independent School District to learn more about the city, the schools and other activities.
Killeen Independent School District Superintendent John Craft and Director of School Safety John Dye received plaques from the Bell County Commissioners Court during a school boar meeting Tuesday night.
Terry Abbott, chief communication officer for Killeen Independent School District, responded Thursday afternoon to inquiries about two lawsuits settled at Tuesday’s KISD Board of Trustees meeting.
Two pending lawsuits were approved for settlement in votes passed unanimously after the Killeen Independent School Board of Trustees reconvened from closed session at 10:51 p.m. Tuesday.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to approve seven class-size waivers for kindergarten through fourth grades.
COPPERAS COVE — Being conservative on its enrollment numbers may pay off for the Copperas Cove Independent School District at the end of the fiscal year.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will meet in closed session tonight for consultation with the district’s legal counsel regarding the lawsuit filed by Kevin Gable on Feb. 25, 2016. That lawsuit is pending in federal court in Waco.
They wrote it on banners. They chanted it. They spoke it. Even though they don’t remember it, they are living it.
Copperas Cove and Lampasas school districts will hold board meetings this week.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will meet Tuesday in closed session to discuss a pending lawsuit filed in 2016, regarding the bullying and sexual harassment of a female over a three-year period while she attended Rancier Middle School.
The Killeen Independent School District dedicated its two newest schools in formal ceremonies Saturday, honoring a pair of stalwart community leaders while gazing into a promising future.
Communities In Schools of Greater Central Texas recently held its second annual Back to School Supply Drive to collect needed supplies and other accessories for thousands of students throughout the school year.
The Killeen Independent School District invites the public to join the rescheduled celebrations Saturday to dedicate its two newest schools.
The first few days of school always involve adjustments.
The Killeen Independent School District’s newest chief communications officer, former Houston Independent School District press secretary Terry Abbott, began work in Killeen this week.
An email from Clear Creek Elementary School at Fort Hood this week told parents to pay school lunch bills so their children’s lunch trays wouldn’t be pulled, but Killeen Independent School District officials said Thursday that email should be disregarded.
The announcement Tuesday by President Donald Trump that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will be discontinued will impact students in area schools and colleges, though their numbers may not be known.
At least one food delivery app has been taking lunch orders to high school students in Killeen and Copperas Cove since January, and while it has brought a safer option for students to get food off campus without having to walk or drive themselves, school officials may not be happy about it.
As large as it might seem, the world of university administration is a small place. Just ask Gaylene Nunn and Cynthia Carter.
A Shoemaker High School teacher was charged with having an inappropriate relationship with an underage student.
Killeen Mayor Jose Segarra, Councilwoman Shirley Fleming and others were at Vista College in Killeen on Tuesday to celebrate the new nursing vocational program that will start up Sept. 5.
COPPERAS COVE — It’s a good thing the Copperas Cove Independent School District Board of Trustees has a healthy fund equity balance.
Two Copperas Cove schools were on lockdown Tuesday after a gun was stolen from a vehicle in a nearby neighborhood.
COPPERAS COVE — The new school year began Monday in the Copperas Cove Independent School District, and children attending Copperas Cove Junior High were filled with excitement at seeing old friends, making new friends and the possibilities that come with all things new.
Long, diligent planning met with excited expectation Monday when students and teachers got back to it on the first day of school.
More than 44,000 students returned to school Monday across the Killeen Independent School District.
Just over 44,000 students returned to school today in Killeen and Harker Heights.
They came with excitement and they came with anxiety, but mostly they came ready to get started.
School starts today for more than 50,000 students in Killeen and Copperas Cove Independent school districts.
COPPERAS COVE — Between 200 and 300 residents were expected at the Armed Services YMCA on Saturday.
To ease transition into high school, student and adult leaders mixed information and fun, helping to assimilate freshmen into a new environment of friends and learning.
A long-standing tradition in many families is for youngsters heading off to their first day of school to have a new backpack, supplies and a stylish haircut.
The Killeen Independent School District invites the public to join the celebrations Saturday to dedicate its two newest schools.
The Killeen school board voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the fiscal year 2018 budget, finalizing the spending plan just in time for the 2017-18 school year.
The Killeen school board will be having its final board workshop tonight on the fiscal year 2018 budget, discussing late adjustments to the proposed budget.
BELTON — As the two young men adjusted their maroon graduation gowns, they began to reminisce about a friendship that stretched back to kindergarten and realized the huge number of supporters who were with them all along the way.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will meet Tuesday to discuss additional considerations for the fiscal year 2018 internal audit plan of work.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Pausing only briefly to celebrate a milestone completed, several new Killeen Independent School District high school graduates seemed poised to keep pushing to the future.
The Killeen Independent School District — the top employer in Killeen outside of Fort Hood — will have more than 6,500 employees this school year, officials said.
While the Killeen and Copperas Cove school districts “met standard” on the state accountability ratings this year and last year, a closer look at the scores shows both districts improved their postsecondary readiness scores yet did slightly worse on their student achievement scores.
The Killeen Independent School District has hired Adam Rich to be the district’s next executive director for facilities services.
The Texas Education Agency released its accountability ratings for 2017 on Tuesday, and according to the TEA’s report, all local school districts received a passing “met standard” accountability grade.
Texas A&M University-Central Texas, based in Killeen, celebrated its summer commencement Saturday in the Bell County Expo Center with a record 154 summer graduates.
Central Texas College hosted a pinning ceremony to recognize 21 graduates of the licensed vocational nursing program on Friday at CTC.