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Weather Updates

2:02 p.m. Wednesday, March 29

The intersection at North Tarrant Parkway and Hwy. 377 has reopened to traffic heading north or south, however, it remains closed for traffic traveling east or west.

Parents can expect 30-45-minute delays after school this afternoon (3/29) with bus and school pickup transportation due to the continued closure.

 

8:42 a.m. Wednesday, March 29

Keller Center for Advanced Learning (KCAL) will not have classes for the rest of the day today, Wednesday, March 29, due to road closures around the campus.

Students on campus for first-period classes will return to their home campuses at the completion of that period.

 

6:51 a.m. Wednesday, March 29

All Keller ISD campuses are confirmed to have power and schools will start at their normal times.

Buses will be running on schedule, though there may be some delays due to area traffic. We urge all families driving to campuses this morning to please proceed with caution and expect increased traffic.

 

5:40 a.m. Wednesday, March 29

A number of intersections throughout the community are without power this morning, Wednesday, March 29, as a result of overnight storms, and they will likely impact many commutes to school.

Please plan on taking alternate routes if your normal way to school passes any of the intersections below, and know that campuses will not be counting tardiness this morning, as we understand that commutes may take longer than normal. We encourage families of bus riders to also be patient with our bus drivers as they may be delayed getting to bus stops this morning.

Local police departments have informed us of power outages at the following intersections:

North Tarrant Parkway and Highway 377 (Denton Hwy.)
Rufe Snow Drive (multiple intersections impacted)
Bear Creek Parkway (multiple intersections impacted)  

Additionally, a significant section of the southeast portion of the city of Keller is without power, so please be mindful of that if your commute involves that portion of the District.

Keller ISD is still in the process of evaluating possible campus power outages and will inform parents as soon as possible should there be any impact to their student's school day.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation this morning as our schools deal with the delays, and please stay safe on the roads.