Volunteers

  • All Keller ISD volunteers are required to apply for the current school year volunteer application. The application for the 2022-2023 school year will open on June 12, 2022. 

    Click Here Fill Out Volunteer Application

    Directions: Once under the "Volunteer Form" job listing, click "Apply for this Position" to begin filling out the form:  Step by Step Directions

    Once your application has been approved, you will receive a confirmation via the email address you provided in the application process. You only need to apply one time. Please allow up to 10

    business days to process your volunteer application. 

    All Keller ISD Volunteers will be required to adhere to Keller ISD's COVID-19 safety protocols: 

    • Face Masks and Coverings:Optional for students and staff.
    • COVID-19 Vaccinations: Not required but encouraged. For those eligible, the CDC has recommended getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but an individual’s vaccination status will not prohibit them from entering Keller ISD facilities. 
    • Health Self-Screenings: Individuals should perform a self-check of COVID-19-related symptoms prior to boarding a bus or entering a Keller ISD facility. Please do not come to school if you are sick or exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms.
    • Hand Hygiene: Continued priority. Hand sanitizer will continue to be provided throughout Keller ISD facilities, and students will be provided frequent hand-washing opportunities throughout the school day. 
    • Facility Cleaning: Frequent Keller ISD’s Facility Services team will continue to focus on high-touch surfaces and deep cleaning any areas of concern. 

     

    The following are Keller ISD's current procedures and notification processes for positive COVID-19 cases: 

    • Keller ISD employees and students are urged to self-report the diagnosis by filling out Keller ISD’s online Self-Reporting Form at www.KellerISD.net/SelfReport
    • Individuals testing positive. Individuals should remain home until they meet the following conditions: 

    If Asymptomatic (No Symptoms) or have Mild Symptoms:

    1. Stay at home and isolate for 5 days starting the day after symptom onset or the day afteryou test positive, whichever comes first.
    2. If you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days (At least 24 hoursmust have passed since the resolution of fever without the use of fever reducing medications),then you can return to work on Day 6. 
    3. It is highly recommended that you wear a mask or face covering the following 5 days(Days 6 through 10).
    4. If you develop a fever (100° F or higher) or your symptoms have not improved, thenremain home and contact the HR office for additional guidance.

     

    If Symptomatic or Running a Fever (100° F or higher)

     

    1. At least 10 days have passed since either symptom onset or from the date a positive testwas collected and
    2. At least 24 hours have passed since resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducingmedications and
    3. Other symptoms have improved and
    4. You did not have severe symptoms at any point during your illness. If you experiencesevere illness with COVID-19, are immunocompromised, require hospitalization, or if anyother complications are identified by a physician that might indicate a longer period of infectiousness, then isolation for up to 20 days after symptom onset is required.

     

    • Exposed to Covid-19:Keller ISD will notify parents of possible exposure in their child’s classroom. Parents will receive a notification any time a student or teacher in their student’s classroom has reported a positive COVID-19 test result. The notification will include which class is involved and the last day the individual was on campus.
    • Covid-19 Tracking:Each new case will be reported to the District’s COVID-19 Case Dashboard as they are submitted through the Self-Reporting Form. The Dashboard will provide data to anyone interested in monitoring the number of positive cases in KISD or at an individual campus. 
    • Individuals exhibiting COVID-like symptomsshould stay home. If running a fever (100° or higher), the individual must be fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications and any other symptoms must improve or have resolved in order to return to campus. If fever and symptoms do not improve or resolve, it is recommended that they individual contact their doctor.
    • Those who may have been in contact with a COVID-positive individual but have not exhibited COVID symptomsare not required to quarantine. These individuals are strongly encouraged to monitor closely for COVID-like symptoms, and should symptoms present themselves, the individual should remain home and consult their physician. 
    • If a household family member has tested positive for COVID-19, Keller ISD strongly encourages parents to keep students in that household home from school and employees in that household to remain home from work, but quarantine and/or testing it is not required.  Recommended CDC Guidelines:CDC Updates and Shortens Recommended Isolation and Quarantine Period for General Population | CDC Online Newsroom | CDC

    Thank you for your willingness to serve KISD students!