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.
Special coverage of the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak, including impacts to Keller ISD.
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.
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 Keller ISD schools being closed for an additional two weeks, this time is uncharted territory for students, teachers, and administrators alike. During this time of social distancing, KISD is offering a few different resources for students.
With the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, schools all across the country have been impacted, to the point where school testing has been affected.
This page will host the live chats and resources for the COVID-19 shutdown special chat from #AskTalon on Twitter and Facebook.