A new school year means new school supplies, maybe new shoes and for some of Topeka's tiniest learners, nearly everything is new including their school.
A summer camp at Topeka Collegiate School is serving up more than skills in the kitchen.
When kids return to classrooms in the fall, teachers spend much of their time reteaching subjects kids learned before they left for the summer, but summer camps help kids to close the gap.
In the basement of Washburn University’s Mulvane Art Museum, people are embracing the old adage that you're never too old to learn a new skill.
At the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, you’ll find kids crawling through the library’s children’s area as part of “Toddler Time.”
School may be out for the summer, but learning continues in classrooms and gyms throughout Topeka.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library has partnered with the United Way and Dolly Parton's Imagination Library to make sure kids in the community have access to books at home.
Graduates from a number of Topeka area high schools donned their gowns and tassels one last time to go back to where it all started, McClure Elementary.
Seventh-grade students at Topeka Collegiate School got a chance to pursue their passion while trying to make a buck.
Topeka Public Schools Dr. Tiffany Anderson says her work as superintendent is her calling.
Students at Seaman High School put together a daily student-news show and they are learning valuable skills along the way.
Topeka band teacher Ryan Simpson said through music education, students also grow in other areas at school.
Students at Topeka's Highland Park High School are spicing up the daily announcements. Students formed a radio club and they're taking advantage of the newly installed radio room.
Students at Royal Valley Middle School recently explored "STEAM" or science, technology, engineering, art and math.
The STEAM classroom at Jardine Elementary is exposing students to science, technology, engineering, art and math.