It's one thing to read about nature watch programs on videos, but kindergarten students at Brook Village are bringing nature right into the classroom.
Once classes are dismissed every Monday and Wednesday, these students at Washington Jackson Elementary stay behind, to get ahead.
The race is on to find as many Easter eggs as possible.
Last year these Pre-K kids were learning sign language along with speech and listening skills as part of the Regional Day School Program for the Deaf at Cunningham Elementary.
School isn't just about lessons on iPads and smart boards. It's also about good ole physical activity and these students at Burgess Elementary are learning just that.
For these kindergartners at Scotland Park Elementary, learning is a fun and high-tech experience.
They say, if you love what you do, you never work a day in your life.
Fain Elementary first graders tackle the tough questions in life with a lesson on the life cycle of chickens.
Fourth graders at Fowler Elementary attend Camp Write- Along to sharpen their writing skills.
Crockett Elementary students learn how math and music can be related.
Students at Haynes Northwest Academy get comfy while reading.
A donation from the Perkins-Prothro Foundation allowed the school to purchase about forty bean bags to place in the school's library and classrooms to make reading fun and comfortable.
Students at Hirschi High are taking part in the CAS program – Creativity Action Service.
Wichita Falls High School has 130 active members in their Junior ROTC unit.
Every artist needs inspiration.
This is the first year for the Barwise Leadership Academy's plastic model building club.
What comes up, must come down.
Welding students at Carrigan Career and Technical Center are learning a valuable trade.
Students broadcast morning announcements across West Foundation Elementary.
There are many different ways to tell a story. It doesn't always involve talking or reading a book.