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Inside this issue Killeen ISD calendar

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Killeen ISD overview

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Killeen ISD campus map

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Killeen ISD enrollment

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Copperas Cove ISD overview

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Cove ISD calendar

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Cove ISD map

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Belton ISD

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Salado ISD

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Lampasas iSD

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Gatesville ISD

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Florence ISD

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Sleep schedules for students

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School meal prices in Killeen, Cove

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Immunization requirements

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Central Texas College

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Texas A&M University-Central Texas

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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

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More students likely to enroll in Killeen ISD for 2016-17 By Lauren Dodd Killeen Daily Herald

More books will be purchased and more teachers will be needed as the Killeen Independent School District is expected to enroll about 43,950 students in the upcoming school year. The growth equates to nearly 525 additional students compared to the district’s 2015-2016 peak enrollment numbers. Killeen ISD has added about 1,600 students in the past two years. The overall increase in students served means more staff is needed to teach. Killeen ISD had 6,397 during the 2015-2016 academic year; and the district will add 64 teaching positions in the upcoming school year. “As a district, we are excited to welcome our students, staff and families back to the 2016-2017 school year,” Superintendent John Craft said. “The district remains committed to providing exceptional educational opportunities to ensure all students are successful, and we appreciate the continued support of our staff, parents and community, as providing the best education possible to our students is truly a team effort.”

New campus

This year the Early College High School will expand to include 300 incoming freshmen, 150 new sophomores and the returning sophomores from last year totaling about 600 students.

Todd Martin | KISD

A group of Skipcha Elementary School teachers sing “Jingle Bells” on Aug. 8 in front of H-E-B as part of a team-building scavenger hunt on their first day back to school. Teachers and other campus staff are taking part in a wide range before school starts Aug. 22.

The campus will be housed at the former Smith Middle School at 51000 Tank Destroyer Boulevard on Fort Hood Army Base. Also, the Smith and Audie Murphy middle school campuses have been consolidated this year to provide greater efficiencies and to allow for the expansion of educational opportunities to students. The district will open the doors of its new Early College High School campus Aug. 22, which is the first day of school across the district. The district hired three additional

administrative professionals: • Steven Hudson — Executive Director for Elementary Schools • Nancy Duran — Executive Director of Career and Technology • Randall Hugg — Executive Director for Athletics The district also hired five principals: • Katy Bohannon — Iduma Elementary • Connie Morris — Cedar Valley Elementary • Wendy Haider — Nolanville Elementary

• Peter Hartley — Meadows Elementary • Jorge Soldevila — Liberty Hill Middle School “We are very proud to serve and educate our students and their families and we look forward to a great start to the school year,” Craft said. “Educating America’s children is our core business and I am proud to be able to serve alongside a great team of KISD educators who remain dedicated to our mission.” ldodd@kdhnews.com | 254-501-7568


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Bell76543 County Juvenile 336-6660 47.W. Robert M. Shoemaker 336-2590 2301 Elms Road 51612 Comanche 336-1790 336-1440 Killeen 1320 Stagecoach Road Killeen 76549 76543 726 Ann76544 Boulevard 34. Charles Patterson 56. Student Services Fort S. Hood Killeen 76541 500 Mountain Lion Avenue Road 1. Bellaire 336-2180 200 N.E.W.S. Young Drive Killeen 76542 336-2050 2600336-0000 Robinett Road Ctr/JJAEP Detention 29. Trimmier 40. Palo Alto 3302 S. Clear Creek Road 26. Skipcha 14. Ira Cross, Jr. Killeen 76549 Fort Hood 76544 23. Reeces Creek 3. Cedar Valley 76548 43. C. E. Ellison 336-7208 Killeen 336-1760 902 N. 76542 10th Street Harker Heights 8383 W.Killeen Trimmier Road 336-1830 108 W. Jasper Drive 336-1870 Heights 76548 76543 20. Oveta Hobby 11.Harker Hay Branch 54. Jackson Professional 4800 E. Rancier Avenue 336-6660 Killeen 76549 4400 Success Drive Killeen 76549 2301 W.Culp Elms Road 51546. Prospector Trail 1910 Herndon Drive 336-1200 336-1510 Killeen ISD Early 336-3800 4801 Chantz DriveVillage 909 Learning Elms Road 400 W. Stan Schlueter Loop Killeen 76541 8.33. Duncan Killeen 76542 336-2050 32. Willow Springs Killeen 76542 336-0000 17. Montague 336-1900 Audie Murphy 53210 Lost Moccasin Street College Center (JPLC) Killeen 76543 6101 Westcliff Road 336-2490 26. Skipcha 336-0900 Killeen 76542 Killeen 76549 Harker Heights 76548 Killeen 76543 41. Rancier 5. Clear Creek High School Pathways Academic Killeen 76542 76542 Killeen 76542 52425 Muskogee Road 336-7100 11. Hay BranchDrive 2501 W. Stan Schlueter 54. Jackson Professional 336-1410 84001 Clements 902 Rev. R.A. Abercrombie Drive 52.336-2822 53393 Sun Dance Drive 19. Nolanville 690-7022 Fort Hood 76544 Killeen 38.Killeen Manor 51576543 Prospector Trail Loop 336-2270 336-1200 336-2550 336-6690 3301Eastern Hilliard Avenue 4800 Washington Boulevard Campus 51000 Tank Destroyer Boulevard35. 57. Technology Services Ctr 336-1480 336-0600 336-2150 Fort Hood 76544 Hills Center (JPLC) Learning Killeen 76549 2. Brookhaven 6101 Westcliff Road Killeen 76543 49. Gateway High Fort Hood 76544 Fort Hood 76544 901 Old Nolanville Road 336-2080 336-6500 1700 S. W.S. Young Drive Harker Heights 76548 30. Venable Village 41. Rancier 15. Maxdale 76543 27. Sugar 1322 Stagecoach Road Fort Hood 76544 Fort Loaf Hood 76544 104 E. Beeline Lane Harker Heights 4. Clarke 336-1620 24.Killeen Richard Cavazos 902E. Rev. R.A. Abercrombie44. Drive 300 Indian Trail 336-1741 4100 Zephyr Road 336-2020 3221 Hilliard Avenue Killeen 76543 336-6530 336-2230 12.Nolanville Haynes 76559 21. Peebles Killeen 76543 336-6690 60160 Venable Road 3301 Hilliard Avenue 48. Bell County Juvenile 2600 Drive Killeen 336-1250 1517Westwood Barbara Lane 336-1550 Harker 76542 Heights 76548 1001 241076543 336-0260 51612 ComancheView Avenue 9.34. East Ward Killeen 76543 55. FM Killeen Learning 1200 N. 10th Street Killeen Harker Heights 76548 Killeen 76543 336-2080 Charles E. Patterson 3309 W. Canadian River Loop 18. Mountain 336-2180 1800 N. W.S. Young Drive 336-1310 Detention Ctr/JJAEP Ft. Hood 76544 Killeen 76543 27. Sugar Loaf 336-7250 Killeen 76542 Union336-1741 Grove 336-2749 6. Clifton Park Harker Heights Services 76548 47. Robert M. Shoemaker42. Killeen 76549 FortHaynes Hood 76544 Support 1608 E.W. Rancier Avenue 336-1700 Nolanville 76559 336-1100 336-1440 12. 8383 Trimmier Road Killeen 76549 500 Mountain Lion Road 20. Oveta CulpRoad Hobby 39.336-0800 Nolan Killeen 76543 4800 E.Drive Rancier Avenue 336-1250 336-1980 1517 Barbara Lane 336-2460 101 Liberty E. Iowa 3302 S. Clear Creek Road 2200 Trimmier 336-1940 336-1510 (Administrative Annex) 55. Killeen 50. Gateway Middle Killeen 76541 36. Hill Learning 336-7000 3. Cedar Valley 3309 Canadian River Loop Killeen 76542 336-6750 HarkerW. Heights 76548 53210 Lost Moccasin Street 505 E. Jasper Road Killeen 76543 336-2120 42. Union Grove KilleenRidge 76549 Harker Heights 76548 Killeen 76549 Killeen 76541 Timber 5. Clear Creek 902 N. 10th Street 1307 Gowen Drive Services 45. 16.28. Meadows 336-1650 Killeen 31.25. West Ward 4500 KitSupport Carson Trail 4801 Chantz Drive Saegert 336-7100 Killeen 76549 13.33. Iduma 690-7022 Killeen 76541 336-1900 Fort Hood 76544 Audie Murphy 22. Pershing Park 336-0900 101 E.Heights Iowa Drive 336-6580 336-1580 336-1940 76543 5402 White Rock Drive 4800 Washington Boulevard (Administrative Annex) 500 Killeen N.Killeen 38th 76541 Street 10. Harker 423 27th Street 7095600 W.Killeen Dean Avenue 76542 Killeen 76542 Schorn Drive 53. Administration Building 35. Eastern Hills 336-6750 4400 Foster Lane 49. Gateway High 336-1150 53393 Sun Dance Drive 19. Nolanville 336-6500 1500 W. Central Texas Expressway Heights 76548 7.28. Dr.Timber JosephRidge A. Fowler 336-0200 336-1690 902 N. 10th Street FortIduma Hood 76544 Killeen 76542 76543 726 S.Harker Ann Boulevard Fort Hood 76544 Killeen 76541 336-1370 1. Bellaire 336-1480 200 N. W.S. Young Drive Killeen 76542 300 Indian Trail 4100 Zephyr Road 13. Killeen 76549 76544 40.Killeen Palo Alto Fort Hood 901 Old Nolanville Road 21. Peebles Killeen 76549 336-6580 336-0366 (Special Education) 4910 Katy Creek Lane 51. KISD Career Center Killeen 76541 5402 White Rock Drive 336-1550 336-7208 336-6630 Harker Heights 76548 336-1830 108 336-2590 W. Jasper DriveYoung Drive 336-1870 37. Live Oak Ridge Killeen 76543 4. Clarke Killeen 76543 Harker Heights 76548 336-6660 4400 Foster76559 Lane 2301 W. Elms Road 336-6530 Nolanville 1800 N. W.S. 336-1790 56. Student Services 1320 Stagecoach Road Killeen 76549 48. Bell County Juvenile 336-0200 46. Killeen ISD Early College 6. Clifton Park Killeen 76542 Trimmier 336-2050 336-0000 32.26. Willow Springs Killeen 76542 2600 Robinett Road 51612 Comanche Avenue 17.29. Montague Village 336-1700 336-1100 14.34. Ira Cross, Jr. Skipcha Killeen 76549 Killeen 76549 Charles E. Patterson 43. C. E. Ellison 336-2180 Killeen 76543 23. Reeces Creek 902 N. 10th Street Killeen 76542 Detention Ctr/JJAEP 336-1760 336-0366 (Special Education) High School 2200 Trimmier Road 336-6630 11. Hay Branch 54. Jackson Professional 4400 Success Drive 2501 W. Stan Schlueter Loop 336-1410 Killeen 76549 50. Gateway Fort Hood 76544 84001 Clements Drive 36. Liberty Hill 1910 Herndon Drive Road 515 Prospector TrailMiddle 336-2590 336-1200 8383 W. Trimmier 909 Elms Road 20. Oveta Culp Hobby 336-2120 Killeen 76541 336-3800 400 W. Stan Schlueter Loop 4800 E. Rancier Avenue 8. Duncan 56. Student Services 51000 Tank Destroyer Boulevard Killeen 76541 Learning Center (JPLC) 6101 Westcliff RoadTrail 29. Trimmier Killeen 76542 1307 Gowen Drive Killeen 76549 336-2490 336-1510 Fort Hood 76544 4500 Kit Carson Killeen 76543 14. Ira Cross, Jr. Street 2. Brookhaven Harker Heights 41.Fort Rancier Killeen 76542Park Killeen 76542 336-2822 52. Pathways 43. C. E. Ellison 53210 Lost Moccasin 22. Pershing Killeen 76543 Killeen 76542 90276543 N.76548 10th Street 52425 Road Hood 76544 Academic 336-1580 902 Rev. R.A. Abercrombie Drive Killeen 76543 Killeen 336-2270 336-2020 3221336-2550 Hilliard Avenue 4400Muskogee Success Drive 38. Manor 5. Clear Creek 336-2230 Killeen 76542Road 1910 Herndon Drive 336-6690 3301 Hilliard Avenue 336-7100 57. Technology Services Ctr Campus 336-0600 690-7022 909 Elms Fort Hood 76544 1500 W. Central Texas Expressway Killeen 76541 336-2150 Fort Hood 76542 76544 336-0260 Killeen 76543 7. Dr. Joseph A. Fowler 336-1690 336-2080 Killeen 76543 4800 Washington Boulevard 1700 S. Loaf W.S. Young Drive 30. Venable Village Killeen 336-1370 15.35. Maxdale 18. Mountain View Killeen 76543 Killeen 76543 27. Sugar Eastern Hills 104 E. Beeline Lane 1322 Stagecoach Road 44. Harker Heights 49. Gateway High Killeen 76542 336-2822 336-6500 Killeen 76549 336-1620 24. Richard E. Cavazos 336-1741 4910 Katy Creek Lane 51. KISD Career Center 47. Robert M. Shoemaker 12. Haynes 336-1440 Fort Hood 76544 Killeen 76543 60160 Venable Road 336-2270 37. Live Oak Ridge 2600 Westwood Drive 500 Mountain Lion Road Harker Heights 76548 336-2550 336-1250 Killeen 76542 1001 FM 2410 300 Indian Trail 1517 Barbara Lane 4100 Zephyr Road 57. Technology Services Ctr 336-0600 3302 S. Clear Creek Road 21. Peebles 9.336-1790 East Ward 55. Killeen Learning 1200 N. 10th Street 1320 Stagecoach Road Killeen 76549 3309 W.Robinett Canadian River Loop 3. Cedar Valley 336-1550 336-1310 Ft. Hood 76544 2600 Road Killeen 76542 30. Venable Village Harker Heights 76548 336-2749 336-7250 Harker Heights 76548 42. Union Grove 15. Maxdale Killeen 76543 Harker Heights 76548 Killeen 76549 104 E. Beeline Lane 44. Harker Heights Killeen 76549 Support Services 1800 N. W.S. Young Drive 1608 E. Rancier Avenue 23.Chantz Reeces Creek Killeen 76542 Nolanville 76559 336-1760 Killeen 76549 4801 6. Clifton Park 39. Nolan 336-1980 Killeen 76549 336-2460 336-0800 60160Drive Venable Road 336-1900 336-1700 33. Audie Murphy 101 E. Iowa Drive 2600 336-1100 336-1940 Harker Heights 76548 336-0900 1001 FM 2410 (Administrative Annex) Killeen 76541 16.400 Meadows 336-3800 KilleenWestwood 76543 Drive W. Stan Schlueter Loop 45. Killeen 31. West Ward 336-7000 8. Duncan 336-6750 Killeen 76542 2200 Trimmier Road 505 E. Jasper Road 336-2490 50. Gateway Middle 16. Meadows Ft. Hood 76544 53393 Sun Dance Drive 19. Nolanville Harker Heights 76548 45. Killeen 36. Liberty Hill 31. West Ward Killeen 76542 336-2749 28. Timber Ridge Harker Heights 902 N. 10th Street 52. Academic 336-1650 500Pathways N.76541 38th Street 423 27th76542 Street 336-2120 Killeen 709 W. Dean Avenue76548 52425 Muskogee Road 25. Saegert 13. Iduma 336-1480 Killeen 76541 Killeen 38. Manor 1307 Gowen Drive 500 N. 38th Street Fort Hood 76544 423 27th Street 336-6580 336-1980 901 Old Nolanville Road 4500 Kit Carson Trail 709 W. Dean Avenue 336-2460 336-0800 5402 Killeen White Rock Drive Campus 76543 10. Harker Heights Fort Hood 76544 Killeen 76541 Pershing 1.22. Bellaire 336-2150 Fort Hood 76544Park 5600 Schorn Drive Drive 53. Administration Building Killeen 76541 4400 Foster Lane 4. Clarke 336-1580 336-1150 Killeen 76543 1700 S. W.S. Young Killeen 76543 336-6530 Fort Hood 76544 Killeen 76542 Killeen 76541 Nolanville 76559 1.16. Bellaire 336-0200 1322 Stagecoach Road Killeen 76542 336-7208 726 S. AnnWard Boulevard 48. Bell200 County 336-1830 108 W. Jasper Drive 336-1870 1500 W. Central Texas Expressway51612 336-1620 24. Richard E. Cavazos Meadows N. W.S. Juvenile Young Drive 45. Killeen Killeen 76542 31. West Killeen 76549 Comanche Avenue 7. Dr. Joseph A. Fowler 40. Palo 336-1690 Killeen 76543 336-7208 34. Charles E.Alto Patterson 336-0366 (Special Education) 336-1370 336-1830 108 W. 76542 Jasper Drive 336-1870 336-2180 Killeen 76542 46. Killeen ISD Early College Detention Harker Heights 76548 32. Willow Killeen Ctr/JJAEP 76543 9.Killeen East Ward 17. Montague Village 500KISD N.Springs 38thCareer Street Center 336-6630 Killeen 76549 1200 N. 10th 423 27th Street 709 W. DeanStreet Avenue 336-2590 336-6660 Fort Hood 76544 4910 Katy Creek Lane 51. 2301 W. Elms Road 46. Killeen ISD Early College 336-1310 56. Student Services 8383 W. High Trimmier Road 37. Live Oak Village Ridge 32. Willow Springs Killeen 76542 336-7250 17. Montague 20. Oveta Culp Hobby School 4800 E. Rancier Avenue 29. Trimmier 336-2050 336-0000 Killeen 76543 2501 W. Stan Schlueter Road Loop 336-1410 1608 E.Hood Rancier Avenue 84001 Clements 336-1790 Nolanville 76559Drive Fort 76544 Killeen 76541 14. IraNolan Cross, Jr. 1. Killeen Bellaire 26. Skipcha 1320 Stagecoach 336-1510 76549 Killeen 76549 High School 43. C. E. Ellison 39. 902 N. 10th Street Killeen 76542 2600 Robinett Road 2501 W. Stan Schlueter 336-1410 84001 Clements 51000 Tank Destroyer Boulevard Killeen 53210 Lost Moccasin Street Loop 76543 4400 Success Drive 11. Hay Branch 54. Jackson Professional 336-7208 Killeen 76549 2.23. Brookhaven Killeen 76541 Creek Fort Hood 76544 Drive Reeces 336-1830 1910 Herndon Drive 336-7000 108 W. Jasper Drive 336-1870 Killeen 76542 515 Trail 5. Clear Creek 336-1760 336-1200 51000 Tank76544 Destroyer Boulevard 909 Elms Road 505 E.Prospector Jasper Road Killeen 76541 336-7100 Killeen 76549 Killeen 76549 2. 3221 Brookhaven Fort Hood 690-7022 Fort Hood 76544 Fort Hood 76544 Learning Center (JPLC) 6101 Westcliff Road 46. Killeen ISD Early College Killeen 76542 336-2020 Hilliard Avenue 336-1650 336-3800 Killeen 76543 32. Willow Boulevard Springs 336-2230 76542 400 W. Stan Schlueter Loop 25. Saegert 17. Montague Village 4800 Washington Harker Heights 76548 8. Killeen Duncan 41. Rancier Fort Hood 76544 Killeen 76542 336-2822 Killeen 76541 35. Eastern Hills 336-2490 336-2020 3221 Hilliard Avenue 49. Gateway High 336-0260 336-2230 336-6500 902 Rev. R.A. Abercrombie Drive High School Killeen 76543 Killeen 76543 10. Harker Heights 52. Pathways Academic 336-2270 336-2550 2501 W. Stan Schlueter Loop 336-1410 18. Mountain View Killeen 76542 5600 Schorn Drive 84001 Clements Drive Fort Hood 76544 53. Administration Building 336-0600 52425 Muskogee Road 336-6690 3301 Hilliard Avenue 336-0260 57. Technology Services Ctr 336-1150 300 Indian Trail 4100 Zephyr Road 38. Manor Killeen 76543 47. Robert M. Shoemaker Killeen 76543 18. Mountain View 21. Peebles 51000 Tank Destroyer Boulevard 336-2080 30. Venable Village 336-1440 Campus 726 S. Hood Ann Boulevard 15. Maxdale Killeen 76549 2. Fort Brookhaven 200 N. Young Drive 500 Mountain Road 336-2150 336-1550 Killeen Hood 76544 Fort 76544 Robert M. Shoemaker Killeen 76543 104 E. Beeline Lane 27. 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Parents start enrollment process online, finish at child’s school By Lauren Dodd Killeen Daily Herald

For those families new to the area, should the Killeen Independent School District be the right choice for your child education, here’s how to enroll in school this year. “We have made the registration process easier for new-to-families with online registration,” district officials said. Now parents may complete the required back to school forms online and then visit campus enrollment for finalization. The following documents are needed for registration: 1. Current proof of residency within Killeen ISD (utility bill or lease contract) 2. Certified birth certificate 3. Student’s Social Security card 4. Immunization record 5. Previous school record Enrollment for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade will be conducted at

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Students walk the halls at Shoemaker High School in Killeen. A new school year starts Aug. 22.

your student’s home campus. To find your home campus in the Killeen school district, go to http://bit.

ly/29KekKE. For more information on what supplies or immunization shots are needed

for your student, go to http://bit. ly/29TtWKc. ldodd@kdhnews.com | 254-501-7568


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Copperas Cove ISD students and staff return to renovated buildings SPECIAL TO THE HERALD

COPPERAS COVE — Copperas Cove Independent School District students and staff head into the new school year with updated facilities top to bottom outfitted with the latest in technology. Major renovation projects have occurred over the summer, with several schools getting new roofs and parking lots and two schools seeing improvements in their heating and air conditioning systems. The majority of the work was done at Copperas Cove High School where CCISD’s maintenance department replaced coils on several HVAC units to keep them operational. In addition, they will do some work in the choir room to provide the choir a more user-friendly environment. The choir room was renovated and a large portion of the high school roof that was damaged during the hail storms of 2014 was replaced. Work was done on all three parking lots, said Rick Kirkpatrick, deputy superintendent of transportation and student services. “The student parking lot behind the high school had several patches done where the pavement was beginning to fail followed by a complete chip seal of the entire parking lot. The faculty lot in front of the high school had some drainage work done and also received a chip seal. The student lot in front of

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Copperas Cove residents join the Cove High School cheerleaders to “Stuff the Bus” with school supplies during tax-free weekend on Aug. 5-7.

the gym was also fog sealed to ensure an additional 10 to 12 years of life,” Kirkpatrick said. Copperas Cove Junior High School and Martin Walker Elementary School also got new roofs this summer. Martin Walker had old carpet removed and replaced with tile. New storage cabinets were installed. Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary received an electrical upgrade. “The electrical system that was replaced is original to the building and was installed in 1958,” Kirkpatrick said. The S.C. Lee Junior High gym floor was sanded to bare wood, repainted and resealed.

“The floors had not been redone since the school opened in 1996,” Kirkpatrick said. “You will be amazed at the new look with this work is completed.” The front parking lot at S.C. Lee Junior High was completely removed and replaced with all new base and asphalt. The interior of S.C. Lee was also repainted. Halstead Elementary School received all new HVAC units over the summer. The pea gravel in all school playgrounds has been replaced with wood mulch. The CCISD agriculture barn has gotten a full renovation including concrete flooring to improve the health and growth of students’ livestock projects.

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Belton ISD enrollment continues fast growth ahead of new year By Artie Phillips Killeen Daily Herald

BELTON — The enrollment numbers for the Belton Independent School district have been growing by leaps and bounds for the past several years, and this upcoming school year is no different. As of Aug. 5, officials said 11,088 students are registered to attend Belton schools, and enrollment is still open for new and transfer students. “We are currently growing by about 300 to 400 students a year on average,” communications director Kyle DeBeer said. “At this rate, we are expected to have around 14,000 students in the fall of 2025.” In order to meet the demands of having so many students, Belton ISD has been working on a long-range plan to prepare for the district’s growth. “Right now we are three years into the planning process, and we are getting an idea of what we will need by 2025,” DeBeer said. “We feel the growth rate calls for at least one new elemen-

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Belton’s Breck Potvin (8) is congratulated by teammates after a solo home run in the first inning against Harker Heights in May.

tary school, as well as a new technology-oriented high school.” Currently, Belton ISD has 684 teachers staffing 15 campuses: one early childhood center, nine elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools. The two newest additions

are North Belton Middle School and Chisholm Trail Elementary School, both of which were completed at the beginning of last year. This year, the district is looking to construct a new automotive technology facility, which would allow students in

automotive elective courses more space to work. The district hopes to have the new facility completed by the spring semester. Classes start Aug. 22. To learn more about the district, including enrollment procedures, go to bisd.net.


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Salado ISD expects record student enrollment in coming year By Artie Phillips Killeen Daily Herald

SALADO — The Salado Independent School District already has 1,724 students enrolled in district schools, meaning the 2016-17 school year is going to be the largest one Salado has had to date, at least in terms of sheer size. The district is still accepting transfer applications from students in other districts, as well. In order to manage the increased number of students this school year, Salado ISD has hired several new employees for various grades. Some new hires Superintendent Michael Novotny is particularly excited about are a new art teacher at the elementary school and a new computer science teacher at the high school. “We hired an art teacher (at the elementary school) so we will now offer art in addition to our existing fine arts program of music,” Novotny said. “We also hired a computer science teacher (at the high school) so we are now offer-

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Salado’s Jacob Wilk is congratulated by his teammates after scoring a run May 19.

ing coding and computer programming courses in addition to the technology courses we have already had.” Salado ISD has also been preparing for the start of several programs once school begins. One program, the

Advanced Via Individualized Determination, started last year. “The AVID program that we started at the sixth-grade level was very successful, so we are expanding it to the fifth grade and the seventh grade for

this school year,” Novotny said. “This program is very helpful with increasing the students’ college readiness.” The AVID program is meant to help close the achievement gap by preparing students for college readiness and success in a global society. At the high school, the district is also starting an 18 and older program for students with disabilities that are between 18 and 22 years old. “The goals of the program are to help the students develop independent living skills and employment skills,” Novotny said. “We are in the process of purchasing a home next to the schools in which we will locate the program.” Salado also decreased its tax rate, which is at its lowest rate since the 1997-98 school year. The tax rate has been lowered by five cents per $100 of property value. This also makes it one of the lowest tax rates out of all the school districts in Bell County. Parents seeking transfer and registration forms can go to saladoisd.org or call the central office at 254-947-6901.


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Lampasas ISD begins new school year with new superintendent By Artie Phillips Killeen Daily Herald

LAMPASAS — The Lampasas Independent School District recently hired a new superintendent of schools in June after Randall Hoyer announced his resignation at the end of the 2015-16 school year. New Superintendent Chane Rascoe has been in the area for several months, meeting with district employees and getting prepared for the new school year to start. “My first gig as superintendent was in Moody, and I was there for about five years,” Rascoe said. “Eventually, I decided I wanted my kids to go to a slightly bigger school district, so I started looking around. When I sat down with the Lampasas board in the interview, we just all kind of clicked.” Rascoe said one of his biggest goals for the coming school year is to see more students using technology to further their education. “Anything that is going to get technol-

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Lampasas’ Alette Cook (16) celebrates with a teammate after scoring a goal against Jarrell on March 11 in Jarrell.

ogy in the hands of kids is something you can’t go wrong with,” he said. “The team we have in the technology department can instruct teachers on how to use the technology and how to help the kids use it.” Speaking of students, the district is

also hoping to see a continued increase in school attendance in students. This past school year, Lampasas ISD had a 95.57 percent attendance rate, a 0.5 percent increase from the previous school year. “It isn’t quite at the 96 percent goal

the district set, but the numbers keep going up, so hopefully we can meet that goal this year,” Rascoe said. Lampasas ISD currently has 3,329 students enrolled in schools for 2016-17 There are 229 teachers in the district, and 36 administrative staff members.


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Gatesville ISD adding new library, seeking committee members By Brady Keane Killeen Daily Herald

GATESVILLE — Gatesville Independent School District is seeking representatives for its Districtwide Educational Improvement Committee — a committee of parents, business and community members, teachers, principals and other district staff — for the coming school year. The committee advises Gatesville ISD in “establishing and reviewing the district’s educational goals, objectives, major districtwide classroom instructional programs, according to a Gatesville ISD Facebook post. The positions on the committee that are available include parent volunteers, community member volunteers and business representative volunteers. More information can be found here: https://goo. gl/forms/FYlVNUWu4H7cTV0M2. Gatesville ISD opened a new elementary school last year after voters in the school district approved a $17.9 million bond issue in November 2013 to finance

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Gatesville’s Alex Thompson, left, runs for a big gain against La Vernia in last year’s playoffs.

building a new school. Construction on the school was completed in time for the 2015-16 school year, and the school is now entering its second year. This year, GISD is adding a new middle school library. The district strives to ensure that all children in an increasingly diverse community receive a quality education in a successful environment with an emphasis on the latest technology.

Technology programs include a parent portal — an online database that allows parents to access their students’ grades, giving them a way to be more involved in their children’s academics. Training for the parent portal is available through the district’s website. Parents will be required to watch two short videos, then complete a worksheet to turn in at the student’s school for a parent portal ID.

The district also utilizes the SchoolMessenger Notification System to update parents and staff with timely information on a wide variety of school related topics ranging from attendance, lunch balances, transportation, general interest activities and district emergencies. The messenger system allows parents to select a delivery method — calls, texts or emails — by activating an account and filling out an activation letter from the school’s website. The district’s campuses include a primary school, elementary school, intermediate school, junior high and high school. Eric Penrod is entering his second year as superintendent, after joining the district in July 2015. He previously served as the assistant superintendent of academic programs for Marble Falls ISD, Members of the school district’s board include Stephen A. Norris, board president; Deborah C. Ford, board vice president; Lisbeth G. Appelman, board secretary; Marry Anne Leib; Joe Nolte; and Gerald R. Poe. Go to www.gatesvilleisd.org.


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Florence set to expand Advanced Placement and Pre-AP offerings By Brady Keane Killeen Daily Herald

FLORENCE — After expanding its athletic program by adding both boys and girls soccer last year, Florence ISD is now implementing several new AP and Pre-AP courses to help boost the rigor of courses offered at the high school. Florence High School will offer AP Chemistry, AP U.S. History, AP Spanish 4, Pre-AP World History and Pre-AP World Geography this year in addition to advanced level courses that were already available. “What we’re trying to do is increase the rigor of instruction that we are providing to our students so that we can prepare them to be more college ready,” Superintendent Paul Michalewicz said. The district is also adding two new administrators — middle school principal Catherine Beckerley and business manager Eric Banfield — after using a comprehensive screening and hiring process. Michalewicz said both

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A float carrying Florence Youth Cheerleaders rolls down Main Street on June 11 during the Florence Friendship Festival.

Beckerley and Banfield will be valuable

additions to the district.

In addition to the academic and administrative additions, Florence is still excited about the growing boys and girls soccer programs, which will enter their second season this year. The boys fell just short of qualifying for the playoffs in a competitive district last season. “I think that’s something we’re proud of and our community is excited about,” Michalewicz said. “We’re very excited about what the prospects are for both of those teams.” Michalewicz, who is entering his second year in Florence, described his first year with the school as outstanding and said that he is excited to help the district continue to improve. Part of those improvements this year will include work on facilities, including a roof project at the middle school, and landscape and painting work throughout Florence ISD. “This district is in an incredible community, and it’s an incredible school district,” he said. “I’m excited about taking another huge step forward this year.”


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Baylor sleep expert gives six tips to switch students to school schedules

feres with quality sleep. Foods that are high in fiber and low in saturated fats are better.” • Write away your worries. “A lot of students have anxiety about school, both from the academic side and the social side,” Scullin said. “Anxiety can interfere with good sleep. For insomnia, some cognitive behavior therapists recommend listing in a journal everything you’re worried about.” What about a reward for doing all of the above and achieving good sleep habits? “When I sleep well, I feel rewarded,” Scullin said. “I attribute that to sleep.”

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WACO — Students soon will leave behind the lazy summer days and go back to school, leaping — or crawling — out of bed when that early alarm clock goes off. It can be a shock to the system — especially for adolescents, whose natural sleep pattern tends to be late to bed, late to rise, says Michael K. Scullin, Ph.D., director of Baylor University’s Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory and assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience in the College of Arts & Sciences. But regardless of age, “What you find in the research is that the more variable your schedule, the worse your cognition is going to be,” he said. And that’s a minus for students shooting for good grades. What to do? • Don’t put off getting back into a normal schedule. “If you go to bed after midnight on Sunday before class starts, it’s going to be a tough Monday,” Scullin said. “It’s very hard to shift your schedule overnight, so parents need to start imposing that a few days early.” • Ditch the bright lights. “Phones, tablets, laptops, television . . . It’s hard to get those completely out of the postdinner schedule, but you don’t want to be crawling into bed with the phone. And if there are bright lights outside, you might block them out with blackout curtains.”

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• Aim for quiet. Whether the sound is from a nearby airport, busy road or snoring roommate, it can disturb a sound snooze. “Earplugs are a good, inexpensive solution,” Scullin said. • Consider banishing that beloved pet from the bed. The pup, twitching and whimpering as he chases dream rabbits, can be disruptive; so can the cat who claims dead center of the bed, leaving her human clinging to the edge.

“You can’t just kick them out and expect them to not be upset, but you can get them a bed of their own and be firm about it,” Scullin said. • Cut out the caffeine by late afternoon and don’t chow down late in the day. “Even some grade-school individuals go to Starbucks for an afternoon treat,” Scullin said. “And a heavy meal isn’t great for sleep. Research shows that food high in saturated fats inter-

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Items are seen during lunch in the Copperas Cove High School cafeteria.

School meal prices set for 2016-17 KILLEEN ISD

Breakfast: $1.50 for students at all grade levels; $2.50 for adults. Lunch: $2.50 for pre-K to grade 5; $2.75 for grades 6 to 12; $3.75 for adults. Reduced price breakfast is 30 cents and lunch is 40 cents for students in all grades. Some students may qualify for free meals. Find menus and nutritional guidelines at killeenisd.org.

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Breakfast: $1.50 for students at all grade levels at full price Lunch: $2.40 for pre-K to grade 5; $2.60 for grades 6-8; $2.70 for grades 9-12 Reduced price breakfast is 30 cents and lunch is 40 cents for students in all grades. Some students may qualify for free meals. Find menus and nutritional guidelines at ccisd.com.


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Texas requires school children to be immunized against diseases By Gloria Heredia Killeen Daily Herald

While school supplies and new clothes are top priorities for back-toschool, a hospital or clinic visit might be a good idea if you want to get your kids enrolled. Texas mandates children attending public schools to be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, varicella, meningococcal and hepatitis A. According to Killeen’s ISD website, students can be prohibited from attending classes until their immunization records are brought into compliance. Fortunately, for the past 20 years, the Wellness Department at Metroplex Hospital has been giving free immunizations for low-income children who need certain vaccines to get enrolled. Erin Spencer, public relations representative for Metroplex, said that every year they try to accommodate as many kids as possible to have their shots current.

“We do an event every year called KidsFest where we give back-to-school immunizations for students,” Spencer said. “We do our best to try to plan for everything. It’s better to get there in early.” KidsFest will be from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 14 in the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. An estimated 1,000 attendees have participated in the past and over 500 vaccines were administered last year. Vaccines are first-come, first-served, and proper documentation is needed. Parents are asked to bring their child’s shot record or letter from the school nurse for these services. Those with CHIP, Medicaid, who have no insurance or are underinsured, qualify for free immunizations. Vaccines aren’t just for kids. The state also requires incoming college students to receive the meningitis vaccine (MCV4) in order to register for classes. For more information regarding the state immunization requirements, go to http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/immunize or your school district’s website.

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Metroplex Hospital staff talk to parents about immunizations for their children during last year’s KidFest at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.


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Central Texas College adds new degree programs as it marks 50 years By Nealie E. Sanchez Killeen Daily Herald

Fall classes begin Aug. 22 at Central Texas College while the institution celebrates its 50th anniversary. The college will be hosting 50,000 plus students this year at more than 140 locations. CTC is a start to a four-year degree program and as of last year it became an early college high school facility. According to CTC spokesman Bruce Vasbinder, CTC and the Killeen Independent School District opened the Early College High School, which allows high school students to earn college credit while attending high school so they will have earned an associate degree in addition to their high school diploma. This dual credit program is intended to allow students to prepare for college during their final years of high school. The transferable courses offered this year will include English, history and science. Also, CTC’s Fast Track Program enables high school seniors to

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Jenifer Vargas, left, and Keyah Williams chase a Frisbee June 5 during a game of Ultimate Frisbee on the Central Texas College campus.

complete the application process early so they can enter CTC if they choose to upon high school graduation. CTC’s accreditation was recently reaffirmed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and continues to

rank among the top military-friendly schools. This year the college is offering several new courses and degree programs: • Histology degree program added. • Diesel tech degree program was expanded to include a 55 credit hour

certificate offering. • Classroom courses in kinesiology, philosophy and criminal justice. • Self-paced monthly courses in Business Administration accounting, supervision, management, business law and human resources. • Extra accounting class options for the Business Management degree program. • Blended format 15-hour Certificate of Completion in Office Technology Support. • Weekend College program courses in anatomy and Physiology I and Beginning Spanish I. CTC is looking to add a robotics program and expand its coding course offerings within the computer science program. Campus carry does not go into effect on the CTC campus this year. Students dually enrolled in courses at both CTC and Texas A&M University-Central Texas choosing to carry on the Texas A&M campus will not be allowed to carry on the CTC campus.


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Texas A&M-Central Texas expands offerings as new year begins By angela bonilla killeen daily herald

Texas A&M University-Central Texas has continued to offer new programs and activities for its students, while serving the community as well. The campus carry gun law took effect on the campus on Aug. 1. Licensed students can now carry concealed weapons throughout the whole campus except in the mental health counseling center. With the student population growing, academic programs are growing as well. The university will be offering a new program of study of a Bachelor of Science in biology. Last year, the university began to offer biological science and chemistry programs of study for students. Along with new programs of study, the university began to open labs for its students that will increase when the third building opens on the campus. “We continue to build and every step

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A Texas A&M University-Central Texas graduate included a special sign on her mortarboard during the university’s graduation May 14.

we take is a new step,” university president Marc Nigliazzo said in a previous statement to the Herald. The university received a Chancellor’s Research Initiative Funding of $1.5 million that will help support the new aspiring faculty member Dr. Taylor Harvey.

Harvey will be conducting NanoParticle Solar Spray using an electron microscope and a mobile electron microscope. “He will teach the use of the mobile scope to community colleges, high schools and middle schools,” Interim Director of Marketing and Communi-

cations Jill Cloud said. Within the last year, the school’s 100 percent online-based nursing program achieved accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The official sport at the The campus is rugby which begins again in the fall. The campus will be adding a rugby pitch for the Texas A&M-Central Texas Rugby Club sport. With classes starting, the campus is anticipating 2,500 students enrolled in the fall. The 1001 Leadership Place campus opened in 2010 and currently has two buildings; Warrior Hall and Founder’s Hall. The university was established in 2009, offering classes for juniors and seniors in college and a master’s program. The university began in 1999 as part of Tarleton State University until 2009 when it became part of the Texas A&M University System. For more information, call 254-5195400 or go to tamuct.edu.


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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor offers doctoral program in nursing By Gloria Heredia Killeen Daily Herald

BELTON — Every year, the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor looks for new innovations and ways to improve the learning atmosphere for their students, while continuing to set enrollment records. Starting this fall, a new doctoral program in nursing practice will be offered for those seeking to become advanced practice nurses and nurse administrators. The program received accreditation approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges making official the university’s plan to add a doctorate to its nursing education program. Other renovations include the construction of a performing arts center. Construction began Feb. 5 . According to a news release from the university, the 40,725-square-foot performing arts center will include multifunctional rooms that will allow it to be easily

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UMHB’s Duane Thompson (5) is grabbed by Linfield’s Jake Reimer in December. Thompson should be the Crusaders’ primary running back this season.

utilized for both learning and performance purposes. The center will

also feature a 546-seat theater with a proscenium stage, fly space, and orchestra pit. The design also includes a 2,000-square-foot ensemble room, which can be used as a classroom, a venue for small concerts or recitals, or a reception space for social gatherings. Public relations representative for UMHB, James Stafford, said that the university is constantly growing and improving their academic programs as well as facilities. “We do have new and exciting buildings and projects on campus all the time. We are building a performing arts center, a facility that is going to give students the opportunity to perform in front of audiences. We work to make sure that even as we grow, that we maintain those same qualities and values that have made the university a success for more than a century,” Stafford said. Established in 1895, when the Republic of Texas was its own country, UMHB, has been notably known for its small student population. At the

moment, the student-faculty ratio is 19to-1. Stafford said the classes at UMHB are smaller than many classes he took when he was in high school. “We are not a big campus. No one will ever be a number at UMHB. It’s the kind of place where teachers not only know the students name, but they also know the students story,” Stafford said. “It’s amazing to see that level of personal attention and investment that professors and faculty make.” UMHB has continued to grow its student population, beating its enrollment numbers 24-25 times out of the past 30 years. “We are on track to once again have record enrollment. Last year, we had just under 3,900 and I think we are on track to break that record. There are certainly plenty of universities across the country that would be happy to be able to do that,” Stafford said. Official enrollment numbers for this year will not be available until the ninth class-day. Classes begin Aug. 22. Go to www.umhb.edu.


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