Sounding out words and learning how to read is one of the first major milestones we achieve in the learning process.
We've all been told to never count your chickens before they hatch. But that's not the case at Ben Milam Elementary.
We've probably all heard a teacher at some point say "the classroom is no place for games."
Square dancing is a long-time tradition in Texas, especially here in Texoma. One elementary school is keeping the tradition alive and well by incorporating it into their P.E. classes.
These troops are about to take part in one of the most important battles of the Texas revolution. And it's all in a day's learning in Mr. Brox's fifth grade social studies class at Southern Hills Elementary
Sixth graders at Kirby Junior High had the chance to show off their engineering skills.
Instead of cutting down a Christmas tree this year, students at Lamar Elementary decided to build one.
Franklin Elementary fourth graders run a tight ship.
When you think of school, you usually think of classrooms full of children.
Sometimes, reading can be a little scary. But not for these second graders.
Making the Grade: Hischi High School Students Create PSA
The student body at Rider High School is well informed.
It's a new way of learning at old high.
The history of chess spans some 1500 years, but the old classic is the newest popular sport at McNiel Junior High. Eric Jeansonne explains in tonight's making the grade.
Kirby Junior High puts on student produced newscast
This isn't your typical math lesson for eighth graders at Zundy Junior High.
This week marked the first week back to school for many students in Texoma.
This weekend nearly 900 Wichita Falls I-S-D students will walk across the stage to pick up their diplomas and begin the next step in their lives.
Earlier this week the district held its annual Scholars Breakfast recognizing the top students at each high school.
Pre- Kindergarten and Kindergarten have wrapped up the roundup for the year and now another early childhood education program is hoping to recruit more little learners.