Temple College was awarded a $3.6 million federal grant to work with other local educational institutions to prepare Hispanic and low-income students for high-paying jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.
Central Texas College recently held a ceremony to honor 15 students who completed the 13-month, 31-credit hour Paramedicine certificate program. These students will now take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician’s Paramedic exam to become certified paramedics.
Temple ISD Superintendent Bobby Ott is traversing from campus to campus to inform voters about the district’s upcoming $184.9 million bond election this November — a package that would fund a new elementary school, allow for a variety of infrastructure improvements and add 14 new classrooms …
The Belton Educational Enrichment Foundation continued its dedication in funding student scholarships and teacher grants last week when it raised more than $110,000 during its annual Boots & BBQ fundraiser.
Temple College has announced plans to make emergency aid grants of up to $750 available to students who enroll in fall 2nd 8-week classes, officials said.
The Salado Independent School District withdrew its local mask policy on Sunday — a move made in response to the expiration of temporary restraining orders against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-38.
BELTON — The youngest astronaut to walk on the moon will be the featured speaker for the 2021 McLane Lecture set next week at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
Devious deeds are being fought with community outreach as Central Texas school districts see campus restrooms targeted for vandalism and thefts related to a social media challenge.
“He will always be with you” was the theme of the CARE Leadership Network’s 21st annual back-to-school community prayer service Sunday afternoon at Temple Bible Church.
Temple Independent School District is partnering with an Austin-based non-profit organization to provide aspiring principals with leadership training through a new 18-month program.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has unleashed another wave of lawsuits against school districts over their masking policies — but one of them says it doesn’t even require face coverings.