On November 4th, the U.S.D.A. (United States Department of Agriculture) issued a nationwide waiver allowing Keller ISD and Sodexo, the District’s food services provider, the ability to serve free breakfasts and lunches to all students. Any student in KISD is eligible for free tray lunches, regardless if they qualify for […]
An estimated 57.3% of all Texas registered voters have cast a ballot so far, – but some might be wondering if they can change that vote, according to Google Trends.
Early voting in Tarrant County began on Tuesday, October 13th, pulling in record numbers for registered votes. Within the first 2 days, a total of 7% out of all registered voters in the area submitted ballots. Votes would continue to pour in to the polls over the next six days, as from October 13-19, an estimated 23% of all registered voters in the county submitted their ballots.
Following the closure of all schools in March 2020, and heading into the new school year, the Timber Creek Band had concerns on how to adjust to the new regulations and pushed to sort out how they would meet the rules. They found ways to band together and connect even […]
In response to the recent tragedies of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and more, activists internationally have been igniting protests against unjustified police policies and violence. Protests have rapidly spread across the country, has officially been in all 50 states as of Thursday, June 4th. These protests have recently been brought […]
The AP Capstone is the newest introduction into the selection of AP courses. Rather than one class over a certain topic, an AP capstone “diploma” is gained from passing two specific years worth of an AP classes’ tests (AP Seminar & AP Research). If the student passes both tests as […]
The artwork of students across the area adorned the cafeteria on Saturday, Feb. 22 during the annual Region 11 Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) contest. This year, the art department has 37 artworks advance to the state VASE competition.