When Kimberly Clawson stepped into her first faculty meeting after joining Temple College in 2006, she said it was like joining a family.
Olivia Murr, left, a University of Mary Hardin-Baylor student, uses a paper marver on a piece of glass she is making while Hershall Seals, right, chair of the UMHB Art Department, helps her roll the glassblowing pipe and student Kassie Portillo blows air into the pipe during a Maymester Mest…
Temple College will receive about $10.7 million in emergency federal funds that will be used for student aid and additional expenses incurred by the school during the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced Thursday.
With the academic year winding down to its final weeks, Kim Glawe — the Temple Independent School District’s director of health services — reflected not only on the challenges that were overcome in the midst of COVID-19, but also the school nurses that helped provide students a safe learning…
Temple Independent School District trustees Dan Posey, Ronnie Gaines and Sandhya Sanghi will continue to represent their single-member districts after each was sworn in for another three-year term on Monday.
TROY — The Troy Independent School District’s Board of Trustees fielded comments from local residents on Tuesday, when it discussed its student dress and grooming code, and the process used to review it — a procedure that Superintendent Neil Jeter said occurs once every three years.
A High Point Elementary student was reportedly bitten by a rattlesnake Tuesday afternoon on campus, a Temple fire spokesman said.
Fifty-four area high school students completed the Texas Bioscience Institute Middle College program at Temple College this year, officials announced.
During his fourth annual Salute to Service Academy Appointees event last week, U.S. Rep. John Carter, R-Round Rock, recognized nine Central Texas students who he sees fit for military service.
BELTON — Three University of Mary Hardin-Baylor seniors received the Gary and Diane Heavin Servant Leadership Award, officials announced.