On Friday, May 15, Timber Creek will host a drive-through style distribution and collection day, in which students and parents have the opportunity to turn in textbooks and technology, and seniors may pick up caps and gowns.
On Friday, April 17, Texas Governor Greg Abbott amended his Executive Order calling for all schools to remain closed in the state of Texas through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. For Keller ISD facilities, this means that all events and activities are cancelled through the end of May.
In light of the closure of all Keller ISD campuses until April 3, KISD’s Technology Department has come up with a process for checking out and distributing technology to students so that they may continue their courses online.
Since the announcement of the two week closure across Keller ISD campuses due to the spread of COVID-19, the question of class work has been on many students’, parents’, and staff members’ minds. Classes will resume on Monday, March 23; however, classes will be conducted online.
Due to the widespread of COVID-19, students and staff in Keller ISD are not returning to school until Monday, March 30. If students need to get a Verification of Enrollment (VOE) form during this time, students may do so online.
Exploring Educational Excellence, a travel consortium of Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, and the University of Chicago, will be visiting Dallas on Thursday, April 30 at 7 p.m.
KISD’s annual Chad Powell Special Olympics Track Meet is an event in which special needs students within KISD may come together and have a field day. If students signed up to be a special olympics buddy for the event, they must attend one of the following meetings.