General FAQs

  • Will my student have the option of attending school in-person or learning remotely?

  • Are we still going to hold parent conferences and meet-the-teacher nights?

  • Will incoming Kindergarten students have the opportunity to attend an orientation session?

  • Will buildings still be open to visitors and volunteers? Recently Updated

  • Will standardized testing such as STAAR, PSAT, SAT, and ACT take place this year?

  • I have a kindergarten student or new enrollee who will be entering Keller ISD for the first time. When will I begin receiving communications from the District and my campus?

  • What opportunities will be available to Special Education students?

  • Will I be able to switch my instruction model selection (from In-Person to Remote or Remote to In-Person) if I change my mind after the school year begins?

Remote Instruction FAQs

  • What courses are eligible or Hybrid schedules? Recently Added

  • How will 2020-21 Remote Instruction be different from the at-home learning that took place in spring 2020?

  • How can Remote@KISD students check out necessary electronic devices?

  • I had plan to send my students to school for In-Person Instruction, but want my student to have their own device. Are there enough devices for all students?

  • How is Keller ISD managing all of the different online tools that teachers expect students to log into?

  • Will students receiving Remote@KISD Instruction be in classes with students who are attending in person?

  • What hours will students be expected to attend Remote courses?

  • Will students be expected to sit in front of a computer for seven hours each day?

  • If we choose for our student to change from Remote@KISD to In-Person Instruction at the end of the first nine weeks, will they still have the same teacher?

  • Will the same Advanced Placement (AP) and Pre-AP courses be offered to Remote@KISD students that are offered to In-Person Instruction students?

  • Will Remote@KISD students have the opportunity to participate in Fine Arts activities?

  • Will Remote@KISD students have the opportunity to participate in Athletics?

  • Will Remote@KISD students be required to adhere to the Keller ISD Dress Code?

  • Are current immunizations required for students participation in Remote Instruction?

  • How do I need to prepare my student for Remote@KISD Instruction for the new school year?

  • How will Keller ISD address the social-emotional needs of students learning remotely?

  • Will drive-through meal distribution continue for those attending Remote@KISD? (Recently Added)

  • Will attendance be taken?

  • Will Keller ISD be providing school supplies for students receiving Remote Instruction?

  • The Texas Education Association (TEA) and other entities have referred to “synchronous” and “asynchronous” instruction. What do they mean, what are the differences between the two, and how will they be employed at Keller ISD?

In-Person Instruction FAQs

  • Will my student have to where a face mask on campus? Recently Added

  • How will mask wearing be enforced? Recently Added

  • What if my student has a medical condition that prevents him or her from wearing a mask at school? Recently Added?

  • What safety measures will be put into place for those in In-Person Instruction?

  • Will students be screened prior to entering campus?

  • Will there be temperature checks to enter campuses?

  • Will students still participate in recess?

  • What changes will be there to lunches to keep students safe and socially distant?

  • Will bus transportation be provided? What safety precautions will be in place?

  • What if the school suspects a student has COVID-19 and sends them home, but the family’s medical provider states they do not appear to have COVID-19 and releases the student to return to school without testing?

  • Updated 8/13/20. Keller ISD's plans for the opening of the 2020-21 school year, including the information above, are subject to change as the District continues to receive additional guidance, requirements, and new information from health and government officials, and as the condition of COVID-19 spread in our community changes.