Instructional Choices

  • Keller ISD families will have an option to have their children attend school in-person, with additional safety protocols in place, or to continue attending school remotely.

    High school students will also have the option to compose a hybrid schedule consisting of some in-person instruction and some remote instruction. Learn more about each of these options below: 

    Grades PreK-2

    In-Person Instruction: School as normal, with safety protocols in place.

    Remote Instruction: Blend of live instruction, self-paced assignments, and practice through online programs.

    Grades 3-6

    In-Person Instruction: School as normal, with safety protocols in place.

    Remote Instruction: Blend of live instruction, self-paced assignments, and practice through online programs.

     

    Grades 7-8

    In-Person Instruction: School as normal, with safety protocols in place.

    Remote Instruction: Blend of live instruction, self-paced assignments, and practice through online programs.

    • Teacher: District-wide teacher facilitates online learning. (Teacher may be from home campus, but not guaranteed.)
    • Schedule: Will reflect a regular school day as closely as possible.
    • Grading: KISD grading guidelines will apply.
    • Assessments: Students must participate in District-wide assessments; some may require a virtual proctor.
    • Sample Remote Instructional Schedule (7-8) 

    Grades 9-12

    In-Person Instruction: School as normal, with safety protocols in place.

    Remote Instruction: Blend of live instruction, self-paced assignments, and practice through online programs.

    • Teacher: District-wide teacher facilitates online learning. (Teacher may be from home campus, but not guaranteed.)
    • Schedule: Will reflect a regular school day as closely as possible.
    • Grading: KISD grading guidelines will apply.
    • Assessments: Students must participate in District-wide assessments; some may require a virtual proctor.

    Hybrid Instruction: Schedule consisting of course-specific In-Person and Remote courses. Click here for available Hybrid courses.

    • Teacher: Students will attend their home campus for selected In-Person courses, with safety protocols in place, while receiving Remote Instruction for selected courses offered online.
    • Schedule: Created individually according to a student’s graduation plan. Allows for unique courses that cannot be taught remotely to be taken in person, without requiring a student to be at school the entire day.
    • Grading: KISD grading guidelines will apply.
    • Assessments: Students must participate in District-wide assessments.

     

    Families will be asked to commit to their selected instructional model for at least the first nine weeks of the school year. We do ask that families please consider not only the difficulty students may face in transitioning models prior to the end of a semester, but also the staffing challenges that occur when a change is requested prior to a semester's end.

    Click here to download a flyer with information about these Instructional Choices.