• #KISDConnects verbiage A Family Guide for @Home Learning

    Keller ISD is committed to maintaining a connection between family, school, and community during this time and will continue to provide exceptional opportunities for students to learn and grow while our school buildings are closed. This website is meant to connect families with information and resources to support remote learning at home.


How Does eLearning Work?

  • Our District-wide eLearning plan will run on a Sunday-to-Sunday basis and will continue week-by-week as long as KISD campuses are closed. This way, families will have time on Sunday evening to plan out their child’s learning time for the coming week, based on the needs of the family. It also gives students and families time to complete lessons during the following weekend, if that best meets the family’s needs.

    Keller ISD teachers are using the internal KISD Connects eLearning Support platform to provide families with high-interest enrichment learning support that includes TEKS based lessons, engaging resources, and other instructional supports for all Pre-K through 12th-grade students.

    Teachers will continue to communicate directly with families about ways we can stay connected and build on your child's strengths with enriching learning experiences at home.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is eLearning required?

  • What if we don't have technology at home?

  • Will activities be graded?

  • How will my child get help?

  • Will activities be included for Fine Arts and Physical Education?

  • Is there support for my child's special needs?

  • Graphic: Apart We Stand Together. Links to TEA's COVID-19 site
    The Texas Education Agency is asking communities throughout the state work together to fight COVID-19. Head to TEA.Texas.gov/StayWell for important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon.