Displaying results 1 - 25 of 3157 for killeen independent school district. Subscribe to this search
High school students in the Killeen school district will no longer have to pay a fee to take summer school courses for additional credit.
Building a Garden with Knowledge, Charles Patterson Middle School $4,788.26
Wearing Santa hats and braving freezing temperatures, the Killeen ISD Education Foundation grant patrol distribution Friday took on a holiday feel.
TEMPLE — There’s no football team, student council or electives of any kind, but it would be difficult to overstate the excitement at this secondary campus.
The following school systems in the Killeen-Fort Hood area have announced late starts today due to weather:
Dressed in a pink apron, Callie Mathis, 7, measured and mixed brown sugar at the Little and Blooming Chefs Academy on Monday in Harker Heights.
LAMPASAS — School board trustees rejected two bids Monday for properties obtained by way of the lien process through the Lampasas County Appraisal District and approved a recommendation for the district to advertise both properties for sale.
Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, was the first day of school for 3-year-olds in the Killeen Independent School District’s new prekindergarten 3 program at Fort Hood schools. At Oveta Culp Hobby Elementary School, students respond during “carpet time” with teacher Dailene Brown.
FORT HOOD — Her first day on the job as a full-fledged teacher, Dailene Brown sat with her 3-year-old students on a rug for “carpet time.”
One thing is all but certain for Salado and Temple high schools athletic programs. They will be on the move next season.
Eastern Hills Middle School honored its Killeen Independent School District championship eighth-grade football team Tuesday and presented coach Darrell Kahanek with a photo board of images from the season. Last year, the school won the seventh-grade crown.
Technically, Ellison played host to Round Rock in a meaningless game Monday that became even more meaningless when the Eagles turned it into a blowout by the end of the first quarter.
Skipcha Elementary School student council president Bailey Parker hauls a load of donated food from a school bus into the Killeen Independent School District's administrative annex building that houses the HARP program, which serves homeless students. The elementary school conducted a drive that yielded about 1,600 food items for the program.
Schools across the Killeen Independent School District are wrapping up drives to support food pantries across the area, mixing lessons of compassion with acts of service.
Thanksgiving holiday closures
The fear of icy roads delayed start times for school classes, city government and the military on Monday, but despite the freezing forecast, Killeen only dipped into the danger zone for a brief time.
All schools within the Killeen Independent School District will open two hours later than usual this morning due to weather.
Applying elements of sport to learning, Liberty Hill Middle School hosted its ninth annual Science Olympics on Friday.
Due to the potential for inclement weather, the III Corps and Fort Hood senior commander has authorized delayed reporting Monday.
With most of the teams that make up District 12-5A in attendance, the Belton swim teams showed they will once again be a force when the district meet rolls around in January.
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove Education Foundation surprised teachers all over the district Friday by handing out 15 grants totaling more than $34,000.
From its cozy headquarters in Harker Heights on Tuesday, the Military Child Education Coalition celebrated a victory for Texas military children.
Council awards manhole contract
HARKER HEIGHTS — Attendees packed an advance screening of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Thursday evening at the Cinemark at Market Heights to raise money for Peaceable Kingdom Retreat for Children.
Killeen Independent School District employees and guests put their palates to work for charity during lunchtime Tuesday.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.