Across Killeen ISD, employees are distributing supplies and technology as teachers prepare and students await the coming 2020-2021 school year.
The Killeen ISD Virtual Learning Center (KISD VLC) launched Monday to give curious parents and students their first glimpse into the 2020-2021 school year.
Across Killeen schools, teachers returned to class and leaned into preparation for an unusual start to a new school year.
Killeen ISD campus leaders welcomed teachers back Wednesday to begin training for virtual and in-person instruction.
Killeen ISD welcomed about 226 new teachers to a spread-out version of New Teacher Induction.
Killeen ISD administrators began last week to address more than 1,500 submitted questions regarding the return to school. The first Roundtable session is set to launch Wednesday.
Across Killeen ISD's high schools, fall athletes, dance teams and cheer teams work toward seasons, performances and competitions.
Killeen ISD trustees discussed with administrators the planned all-virtual start to the 2020-2021 school year.
KISD will begin the 2020-2021 school year virtually for all students Monday, August 17 with the intent to provide on-site instruction beginning Tuesday, September 8th.
Distribution center and transportation employees are sorting and delivering loads of masks, gloves and sanitizer, as well as school supplies prior to the start of the school year.