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.
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.
Many students, parents, and even teachers have been concerned about how to best incorporate online instruction into their lives in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. After a week of planning, Keller ISD has come out with an eLearning and grading plan beginning on Sunday, March 29.
In a video style address to the staff of Keller ISD, Superintendent Dr. Rick Westfall clarified several areas that many faculty, parents, and students may be wondering.
With hours of practice under their belts, the Sky Dancers and Violet Belles have worked to become a formidable dance team in the state of Texas, a feat of which they’ve accomplished by emerging victorious from their last two competitions.
With graduation looming, the race to finish applying to colleges, scholarships and academic programs becomes increasingly stressful. Transcripts are an essential part of these processes. The deadline to request transcripts before spring break is 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 5.
The deadline for the scholarship has been extended to April 24. All applications should be mailed to the NFL committee located at 4415 Meandering Way, Colleyville, TX 76034.
Starting Tuesday, Feb. 25, Keller ISD will host a series of community forums featuring Dr. Karen Schultz from Cook Children’s Medical Center to discuss the “risks, warning signs, [and] legal consequences” of vaping.
The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) is awarding scholarships to students who plan to study engineering at an Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) college or university. Applications consist of six sections that are due by Friday, Feb. 28.
On Sunday, Jan. 19 in downtown Dallas thousands of people marched for equality for women and in celebration of the 100th year of the 19th amendment at the annual Dallas Women’s March.