Martin Walker Elementary wins Fort Hood Recycle Bowl

Martin Walker students have committed to do their part to make a difference in their school’s footprint. The Cen-Tex Sustainable Communities Partnership as well as Fort Hood Recycle, Child & [...]

CTC Spring 2021 Career Fair – April 21

Yoe FFA going to State

Yoe FFA members, Henry Hubnik, JW Minatrea, and Joseph Barbo competed in the area Agricultural Technology & Mechanical Systems contest April 13, 2021 at Sam Houston State University in [...]

Clements/Parsons Elementary second graders leap into learning

Ellise Valdez watched as the tadpoles darted through the water. It was not long until the Clements/Parsons Elementary second grader and her classmates watched the tiny amphibians fully develop [...]

Reading sparks action in Clements/Parsons Elementary students

Clements/Parsons Elementary third graders were learning about the author’s point of view in their Language Arts/Reading class when they were introduced to expository texts that piqued their [...]

Crossroads student brings beauty to the world through photography

By: Mandi Miller There is a phenomenon in psychology called inattentional blindness that causes people to miss things right in front of them. Most of us experience this phenomenon daily; so [...]

Community Health Summit: Connecting the Dots 4.0

2020 was a challenging year for many. COVID-19 has impacted our families, disrupted the way we live, work, and do business. But with every challenge, there is an opportunity for change. An [...]

House Creek students study tourism as Texas reopens for business

Texas welcomed more than 72 million out-of-state visitors in 2019, prior to the pandemic, generating more than $80 billion in direct travel spending and an economic impact of $164 billion. With [...]