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Keller ISD Values Families' Instructional Model Intent Feedback

Keller ISD families will have the option, when school resumes on August 19 for the start of the 2020-21 school year, to have their child(ren) attend school in-person, with additional safety protocols in place, or to attend school remotely. 

Back to school graphic with a set of hands at a desk with a book and a set of hands at a computer High school students will also have the option to compose a hybrid schedule consisting of some course-specific in-person instruction and some remote instruction. 

Click here to learn more about each of the instructional models planned to be available to students in 2020-21!

Click here for Superintendent Dr. Rick Westfall’s video message, in which he provides updates on these instructional models and other efforts taken by Keller ISD to prepare for the upcoming school year. 

Keller ISD leadership understands that many questions remain regarding the new school year and that family sentiments may change as COVID-19 conditions evolve. However, timely feedback is critical to the District in preparing for the first day of school on August 19.

The District appreciates everyone who provided feedback by filling out an Instructional Model Intent form that was available from July 2-12. Please note that this form did not serve as a commitment to a particular instructional model, but rather a method of providing valuable data for KISD to plan staffing for the fall. Parents will receive information closer to the start of the school year regarding how to formally commit to one of these instructional models. 

Families can stay on top of updates on the progress of Keller ISD’s preparations for the 2020-21 school year by visiting www.KellerISD.net/BackToSchool.