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United States Army
School Liaison Office
1st Floor, Bldg. 36000
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
The Texas Education Agency, Student Assessment Division manages and oversees the development, administration, scoring, and analysis of the statewide assessment program, which includes the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR), Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) Details of these programs are available on the TEA website https://tea.texas.gov/
There are no DOD Schools on Fort Hood. Killeen Independent School District (KISD) operates all schools on post under Texas law.
Killeen Independent School District (KISD)
Killeen Independent School District is the public school district serving the cities of Killeen, Harker Heights and Nolanville and the children who live on the Fort Hood military reservation.
There are six operable elementary schools (the seventh Duncan Elementary is closed), one middle school and one Early College High School on the installation. Students are zoned for schools near where they live; however, parents may request a transfer for their child(ren) through Student Services to attend any of the schools in Killeen ISD.
All-day prekindergarten classes are available in Killeen ISD for those meeting the eligibility requirements. A child must meet at least one of the following requirements:
As well as one of the following:
A child entering kindergarten must be five years, or older, on September 1st of the current school year. Those entering first grade must be six years old, or older, on or before September 1st of the current school year, with the exception of students who meet the conditions of the Interstate Compact for Military Students.
Please contact the respective Killeen ISD department when needing specific information on:
Schools-- Students attend 32 elementary schools (grades PK-5th), eleven middle schools (grades 6-8), four comprehensive high schools and one early college high school (grades 9-12), two alternative schools, one career and technology center and several specialized campuses. KISD and Central Texas College have joined forces to bring Early College High School (ECHS) to fruition. ECHS combines both high school and college curriculum allowing students the opportunity to earn their high school diploma and Associate's degree. For more information, visit the Killeen Independent School District at https://www.killeenisd.org/
Staff - The Killeen Independent School District is the second largest employer in Central Texas with more than 6,600 employees.
Attendance -- Your child's attendance in school is an important part of their education. If a student is absent, it is important that the parent/guardian contact the school to inform them of the absence. Upon returning, parents/guardians must submit either a medical or parent note to the campus' attendance clerk.
Bus Information -- Killeen ISD provides bus service to many students in the district. To qualify for these services, a student must meet certain criteria. Transportation services are provided for elementary students who reside one or more miles from the home campus and for high school and middle school students who reside two or more miles from the home campus. Transportation services for students with individualized education plans (IEP) are determined based on the special needs requirements of those students. For more information you may visit the website click on Departments and then Transportation.
School Nutrition -- The School Nutrition Department is committed to providing nutritious meals for the students of the district. The meal prices for the 2018-2019 school year are as follows:
Meal Prices 2018-2019Reduced price breakfast: .30Reduced price lunch: .40
Full price breakfast:Elementary schools - $1.50Middle and High schools - $1.75 Full price lunch:Elementary schools - $2.50Middle and High schools - $2.75
Parents may make payments, add funds or view student accounts online. No fees are charged for viewing. There is a $1.95 convenience fee per student for each payment submitted online.
Nutrislice, our new menu app, is available for parents/guardians to download. This will assist in the planning of the student's breakfast/lunch menus for the week. Provisions are available for diabetic and allergy-based diets. For further information regarding School Nutrition, please contact our office at (254)336-0775.
Important phone numbers (KISD)
Your question is:
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Guidance and Counseling
Talented and Gifted (TAG)
Contact school campus
There are nine independent school districts surrounding Fort Hood: Belton, Copperas Cove, Florence, Gatesville, Killeen, Lampasas, Salado, Jarrell and Temple. There are six elementary schools, one middle schools and one Early College High School on post, which operate under the Killeen Independent School District. Copperas Cove Independent School District (CCISD) is a public school district serving approximately 8200 students in Copperas Cove and surrounding areas.
The Education Services Division (ESD) hosts on-post academic partnership with five colleges and universities:
These schools offer a variety instructional formats, to include traditional classroom based instruction, blended/hybrid courses, and fully online programs of study. Day and evening classes are available on-post at the Soldier Development Center, and at other locations in close proximity to Fort Hood.
The full range of Army Continuing Education System (ACES) Programs and Services are available at the Education Services Division (ESD), with services provided to Active Duty and Reserve Component Soldiers and their Family Members, as well as Retirees and Department of Army Civilians. ACES Guidance Counselors are available on a walk-in basis; no appointment is necessary. Our professional guidance counselors offer a holistic counseling approach which includes career/educational/financial aid counseling. ACES programs include Counseling, Credentialing Assistance, College Programs, Tuition Assistance, Testing, Basic Skills Remediation and Career Skills Programs. Our staff is highly proficient with TA and VA Education Benefits, as well as other forms of Federal Financial Assistance, and grants and scholarships.
For Additional Information:
Soldier Development Center, Education Services Division, Bldg 33009
Education Services Division
Education Services Division – Counseling (G201)
Army Personnel Testing ( APT) (D200)
Multi-Use Learning Facility (H206)
Functional Academic Skills Training (FAST) (D200)
Copperas Cove ISD serves the educational needs of more than 8,000 students in grades Pre-K-12 with a staff of nearly 1,300 teachers, administrators, and support personnel. There is one Pre-K academy, six elementary schools, two junior high schools and two high schools, one being an alternative school of choice. CCISD also offers an Early College High School Program in partnership with Central Texas College. Visit the Copperas Cove ISD website. CCISD may also be contacted through its Facebook and Twitter accounts.
CCISD maintains 100% Highly Qualified teaching staff, exceeding the state standards. CCISD's superintendent, Dr. Joe Burns, was selected as the Texas Superintendent of the Year and CCISD's elected board of trustees was named Honor School Board of the Year. Due to this strong leadership, CCISD dominates on state test scores through quality teaching every day in the classroom.
CCISD offers more than 30 career and technology classes with certifications and degrees available as well as an extensive advanced placement program and a multitude of dual credit classes.
The district also excels in athletics with multiple sports qualifying for state play-off tournaments. CCISD has a renowned fine arts program with our high school with the Pride of Cove Marching Band and Color Guard receiving superior ratings in all categories of the regional UIL contest as well as producing the Texas State Color Guard Champion. The high school theater department qualified to compete at the state level of UIL one-act play receiving multiple honors. The CCHS choir also achieved superior ratings in the regional UIL competition for men's women's and mixed choirs-the only school to obtain all three of these honors. Our construction, graphic arts, digital media, DECA, HOSA, FCCLA and criminal justice students also excelled at the regional level in 2018 qualifying for the state contest with DECA and HOSA students advancing to national competitions.
Copperas Cove schools offer a well-balanced, objective-based curriculum to all students, regardless of special need or condition. The District is committed to providing safe, quality schools that ensure the highest level of student preparation necessary for success in a competitive, rapidly changing world. The program encompasses early childhood education, prekindergarten through twelfth grade, and continuing adult education.
Copperas Cove ISD is an integral part of the community. The school system enjoys a solid reputation as one of the finest in Central Texas. Year after year, achievement tests have shown that Cove students benefit from a high-quality education. Cove students regularly exceed state and national averages in achievement testing. A high percentage of Cove graduates go on to college or other forms of post-secondary education.
Due to our close proximity to Fort Hood, many residents are affiliated with the federal government. Military students make up approximately 30% of our student population, and Copperas Cove ISD is proud to serve our military members and their families every day. For additional information, you may also contact the Military Student Transition Consultant (MSTC), Heather Peacock at firstname.lastname@example.org and (254) 547-4212. The website contains information to assist military families moving into the Fort Hood area.
All questions can be answered by calling the central office at 254-547-1227 between 7:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Monday-Friday or messaging CCISD through its website or social media platforms. The CCISD District Service & Training Center is located at 408 S. Main Street, Copperas Cove.
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For Additional Information
Copperas Cove High School
Copperas Cove Junior High School
S. C. Lee Junior High School
Gifted and Talented Program
Teacher Media Center
Parent Resource Center
Federal Programs Title I
There are two state-supported higher education institutions in Killeen: Central Texas College, a two-year community college, and Texas A&M University -- Central Texas, which offers junior, senior and graduate courses. Both Central Texas College and Texas A&M University have day and evening classes available at On-Post at the Soldier Development Center, at several locations in Killeen, and additional service area locations.
Education Services are available at the Soldier Development Center, Bldg 33009, Room G201 to Active Duty, Reserve Component, Family Members, Retirees and Department of Army Civilians. Counselors are available on a walk-in basis, no appointment is necessary. A counselor can assist to determine enrollment eligibility for specific programs. Services include counseling, testing, and enrollment in a variety of education programs ranging from basic skills remediation and college degree programs. Financial assistance and information about education benefits and other forms of financial aid for Soldiers and Family Members are available.
There are seven elementary schools, and one middle school on Fort Hood. Students are zoned for schools near where they live; however, parents may request a transfer for their child(ren) through Student Services to attend any of the schools in Killeen ISD.
Schools-- Students attend 32 elementary schools (grades PK-5th), ten middle schools (grades 6-8), four comprehensive high schools and one early college high school (grades 9-12), two alternative schools, one career and technology center and several specialized campuses. KISD and Central Texas College have joined forces to bring Early College High School (ECHS) to fruition. ECHS combines both high school and college curriculum allowing students the opportunity to earn their high school diploma and Associate's degree. For more information, visit the website.
Staff - The Killeen Independent School District is the second largest employer in Central Texas with more than 6,600 employees.Attendance -- Your child's attendance in school is an important part of their education. If a student is absent, it is important that the parent/guardian contact the school to inform them of the absence. Upon returning, parents/guardians must submit either a medical or parent note to the campus' attendance clerk.
Bus Information -- Killeen ISD provides bus service to many students in the district. To qualify for these services, a student must meet certain criteria. Transportation services are provided for elementary students who reside one or more miles from the home campus and for high school and middle school students who reside two or more miles from the home campus. Transportation services for students with individualized education plans (IEP) are determined based on the special needs requirements of those students. For more information you may visit the website, click on Departments and then Transportation.
School Nutrition -- The School Nutrition Department is committed to providing nutritious meals for the students of the district. The meal prices for the 2016-17 school year are as follows:
Breakfast ~ Lunch1. Full Price - Breakfast (ES, MS & HS)...$1.502. Full Price - Lunch (ES)...$2.503. Full Price - Lunch (MS & HS)...$2.754. Reduced Breakfast (ES, MS & HS)...$0.305. Reduced Lunch (ES, MS & HS)...$0.40