For any parent it would be a panic-inducing moment. Imagine eagerly awaiting your child’s return home from school, then the bus pulls up and the doors open, but he or she never steps off.
The change would have added gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender to the anti-discrimination policy.
KISD is backing away from the hot button issue of adding LGBT to the list of group specifically protected against discrimination in its codes.
A large crowd is expected to attend the Keller ISD’s board meeting on Thursday, as they discuss a proposed change in how the district’s anti-discrimination policy is written.
It is back to work for North Texas high school football this week.
And on this day, one of the hottest of the year, coaches are taking extra steps to protect their players in conditions that can be dangerous.
All she wanted was to ask her female friend to prom with a “promposal” and was told by administrators it was “inappropriate.” Now 16-year-old Casey Akers is pushing for a big change to Keller ISD policy.
Keller ISD’s decision to keep school open Wednesday rather than close for a third day due to weather prompted a serious response.
For the third time this month, North Texas Police are handling an attempted abduction of a public school student.
Officials in the Keller ISD have confirmed that another child came face-to-face with a stranger on Monday morning while walking to his bus stop, and was forced to run to safety.
Parents and police were keeping a closer watch on children in the Keller ISD on Wednesday morning, one day after someone tried to take a student who was walking to school.
Monday was the first day of Early Voting for the November election, and one issue in Keller has people taking sides.
First it was several attempted child abductions and now the Keller Independent School District is dealing with claims of another incident. According to two parents, a man exposed himself, near an elementary school, in broad daylight.