With the potential $426 million bond issue inching closer to a deadline to vote, the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will meet for a workshop Tuesday evening to discuss the latest updates.
COPPERAS COVE — Every day this week, members of the Copperas Cove Independent School District Board of Trustees will be shown appreciation for their service by students throughout the district.
In response to a letter sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath on Jan. 11, the TEA last week issued its draft of a plan to improve special education programs in school districts throughout the state.
FORT HOOD — A Fort Hood teen who attends Killeen High School is among 95 semifinalists for the 2018 Military Child of the Year Award.
Forty-six Killeen Independent School District students climbed the auditorium steps as seniors and exited the stage as high school graduates.
One person filed to run for a Killeen school board seat and three people filed to run for Killeen City Council on Thursday.
The Killeen Independent School District is in the midst of dealing with flu season among students and staff.
On Jan. 4, the Killeen Independent School District held a job fair at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.
With students having a day off school Monday in honor of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Killeen’s Haynes Elementary third-grade teacher Shana Simms decided to teach her class about the Civil Rights leader on Friday.
A letter sent Thursday from Texas Governor Greg Abbott to Mike Morath, commissioner of the Texas Education Agency, asks for immediate action to resolve state-wide problems service special education students in schools.
As part of National School Board Recognition Month, the Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees was honored Tuesday night.
The Texas Education Agency has launched a limited pilot program for a new local accountability system.
While no vote on the potential $426 million bond issue was taken Tuesday evening, the Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees received information on the draft bond proposition and the language that would appear on the May 5 ballot.
While school district superintendent salaries vary across Texas, those who oversee local districts are paid above the state average.
A draft of the potential $426 million bond ballot language will be presented to the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees at the regular meeting tonight.
The Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees will hear from consultants regarding the potential $426 million bond issue at the regular meeting Tuesday evening.
Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed five people — including Jim Yeonopolus, chancellor of Central Texas College — to the Task Force on Academic Credit and Industry Recognition for terms set to expire Dec. 1, 2021.
s part of the planning process for a long-range plan for public education, the Texas State Board of Education will hold a community meeting in Salado on Jan. 18.
Lights will be flashing in Killeen school zones again today, warning drivers to slow down and be cautious as students resume classes after winter break.
A massage can bring relaxation to tired muscles and refresh the body.
Motorists will want to watch out for students walking or biking to school after an extended winter break.
Two Killeen Independent School District board of trustees seats will be on the May 5 ballot.
While the biggest project for the Killeen Independent School District in 2018 may be ensuring the $426 million bond issue passes on the May 5 ballot, quite a few other projects are in the works for the district in the coming year.
The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will meet in special session Wednesday for its annual team-building training.
Within months of launching the IEP Analysis Project to compile data on Individualized Education Programs, the Texas Education Agency has abruptly ended the program.
The new year will bring personnel changes to the Killeen Independent School District.
Five months after the job posting for a police chief for the Killeen Independent School District was put online, no one has been hired to fill the position.
After weeks of work, the bond steering committee has presented its recommendation for a $426 million bond issue to the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees, but the process of getting the bond issue on the May ballot is not finished.
Central Texas College held its first-ever fall commencement ceremony Dec. 8 at the Bell County Expo Center. Nearly 280 graduates received associate degrees in science, arts and applied science as well as certificates of completion.
With smoke billowing from the metal building, firefighters forced open a window, crawled inside and rescued the occupant from the burning structure.
ROGERS — Like any other restless teenager, Valeria Blazquez Coca joined a student exchange program to try new things, meet new people and travel the world.
BELTON — When 366 students walked into the Bell County Expo Center on Friday evening, they made history as the largest graduating class in the history of Texas A&M University-Central Texas.
School districts across Texas now have an option to help make education better for all special education students across the state.
Reaching out from the corridors of the U.S. Congress, a Central Texas congressman delivered a pair of special flags to two new schools in the Killeen Independent School District on Friday.
Central Texas College has announced its newest board member.
The Killeen Independent School District is accepting applications for 2018-2019 middle school and high school STEM programs.
When the Shoemaker High School Grey Wolf mascot goes to Orlando, Florida, this holiday season, it will be a Disney dream come true.
Central Texas College hosted a pinning ceremony to recognize students completing the Associate Degree in Nursing program on Thursday at the Anderson Campus Center.
A Gatesville teenager died in a vehicle crash Wednesday night on State Highway 107 near Gatesville, officials said.
A local organization is helping another to brighten the lives of families this holiday season.
To coincide with Fort Hood’s holiday break, the Killeen Independent School District and Copperas Cove Independent School District will begin their winter breaks with an early dismissal Friday.
District middle school championship teams were honored at Tuesday’s Killeen Independent School District board of trustees’ meeting.
The Killeen Independent School District Board of Trustees voiced praise and concerns about the potential $426 million bond issue during a board meeting Tuesday evening.
Florence police Chief Adam Marsh has completed the investigation into two substitute teachers who allegedly forced students to crawl on their hands and knees on an asphalt track.
The Texas Education Agency released its 2016-2017 school report cards Thursday, providing the public with a concentrated place to check out different information about individual schools in the Killeen area and throughout the state.
A $426 million bond proposal will go before the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees tonight.
After weeks of discussion, members of the Killeen Independent School District’s bond steering committee will present their recommendation for $426 million worth of projects to the KISD board of trustees at the meeting Tuesday evening.
The face of the Killeen Independent School District will change in the years to come, thanks to a proposed $426 million bond issue that will be presented to the KISD board of trustees at Tuesday’s meeting.
FORT HOOD — In an expression both powerful and simple, a group of children delivered Thursday stockings of goodies to soldiers recently returned from Kuwait and Iraq.
The Ellison High School Leadership Academy urged their own “iGeneration” on Friday to leverage their digital technology skills with caring, compassionate leadership that looks to others above self.