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.
Starting with a Facebook post, ESL teacher Penny Ramos, has been creating and donating masks and scrub caps to places in need since the stay at home order has been put into effect.
While one may not expect for certain classes to be capable of going online, the TCHS Choir program has done exactly that with a stunning virtual choir.
Quarantine and social distancing can have a huge toll on many people during this pandemic. It is important to stay healthy mentally, physically, and imaginatively.
During a time like this, when the world is hurting and everything seems dark, it becomes that much more important to focus on one’s mental health. For that reason, here is a list of tips to help.
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.
On March 31, 2020, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order continuing the the public health disaster declaration through April 30 and closure of schools until May 4, 2020.
On Sunday, March 22 from 7 to 9 p.m., Timber Creek Talon and TCTV will have a special #AskTalon about Online Learning, District Updates, and how to help yourself and your students stay stable during this new time.
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.