As the school closure extends further into the second semester, seniors begin to worry and mourn the outlook of the rest of their year. While the unexpected halt created many mixed feelings, the school staff continue to work hard to help the seniors have a special year.
Due to school cancellations because of the spread of COVID-19, the College Board has moved toward developing online tests that students can take at home. This year’s exams will be given later than expected, starting the week of May 11.
Sports around the world have been delayed or postponed and Falcon athletes in multiple sports have experienced no exception to these cancellations.
Starting Monday, April 13, Keller ISD will move to a two-day per week meal distribution schedule. It will continue with its current daily schedule the week of April 6-9, but will be not be distributing meals on Friday, April 10 due to a school holiday. To cover families for the lack of distribution on Friday, meals for both Thursday and Friday can be picked up on Thursday, April 9.
For students and a number of adults, the COVID-19 outbreak has led to a shelter in place order, enforcing learning and work from home. For essential workers, however, this luxury has not been afforded.