Keller ISD is not immediately implementing any changes based on these revisions, but administrators will now begin the work of building programs that fit the specific needs of our schools, taking into account the size of our District, law enforcement response times, and existing safety measures already in place.
Any additional programming will only be a small part of the District’s much larger, multi-layered approach to keeping campuses secure. In addition to employing 16 school resource officers (SROs) – police officers with the Fort Worth PD and Keller PD stationed on Keller ISD campuses – the District employs a number of systems, training programs, and cutting-edge security tools to keep students and employees safe.
As new security programs are developed, these pages will be updated with the latest information on the program’s progress; details about the standards, safeguards, and oversight that will be implemented; and answers to any commonly asked questions.
In November and December 2022, Keller ISD surveyed parents and employees about their level of satisfaction with the status of current safety and security protocols, as well as their level of interest in additional security measures being considered by District administrators and the Board of Trustees. Click a link below to access the results of those surveys:
Keller ISD Safety & Security Parent Survey Results (34,772 invitations sent)
Keller ISD Safety & Security Employee Survey Results (5,999 invitations sent)
Catch up with recent conversations about Keller ISD security updates:
December 12, 2022, Regular Board Meeting (Security Discussion at 19:06)
November 15, 2022, Email from Dr. Rick Westfall
November 14, 2022, Regular Board Meeting (Policy Preview at 3:33:13)
November 3, 2022, Board Workshop
September 26, 2022, Regular Board Meeting (SRO Agreement Update at 3:14:03)
August 22, 2022, Regular Board Meeting (SRO Agreement Update at 4:46:06)
Check back in the coming months for additional information about updates to Keller ISD security.