Art that ROCKs Keller ISD on Display Throughout Community

Keller ISD art students have created individual works of art interpreting R.O.C.K. (Reaching Out with Character and Kindness) that will be on display throughout the KISD community.


Keller ISD is committed to providing a safe and nurturing learning environment for all students and KISD Visual Fine Arts teachers (K-12) have united to spread the word. More than 5,000 pieces of art will be hanging in various local businesses within the District.

Be sure to keep an eye out over the next few weeks for the excellent work of Keller ISD art students!

Join Keller ISD's Community Ambassadors Program Today

Keller ISD is extending an opportunity for the 2015 Spring semester to anyone interested in getting involved and learning more about the District through its Community Ambassadors program, including parents, community members, local businesses, and Keller ISD employees.

The semester-long program kicks off in January, and includes only four evening meetings at various locations throughout KISD.

If you've always wanted to know more about the district, how it operates, why decisions are made the way they are, and who's in charge – now is the time.

Register now for Keller's Citizen Police Academy

Citizens interested in learning more about the Keller Police Department and the role of law enforcement in Keller have the opportunity early next year. The Keller Police Department's next Citizen Police Academy class - which serves as a prerequisite for joining the Volunteers in Policing unit - kicks off Tuesday, Jan. 27 and runs from 6:30-9:30 p.m. every Tuesday until April 4 at KPD headquarters, 330 Rufe Snow Drive.

To join the class, Download an Application (PDF) or pick one up from the police facility during normal business hours.
Applicants must be 21 years of age or older, living or working within the Keller city limits, and have no felony arrests on their record.

Sing in the New Year with the 3 Redneck Tenors

The 3 Redneck Tenors are back! Matthew Lord, Blake Davidson, and Jonathan Fruge are returning to Lewisville as the 3 Redneck Tenors! Singing everything from contemporary pop to, of course, opera, these 3 Rednecks have performed in houses worldwide including the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, Tokyo Opera House, and Theater Neue Flora. In concert, The Boys throw in stand up comedy and improv along with glorious breathtaking voices that will leave you standing on your feet with excitement. Join these Rednecks at The Grand Theatre in Lewisville for The 3 Redneck Tenors Live! A New Year's Eve Concert benefitting the OhLook Performing Arts Center.


Visit with a Reindeer at Keller Public Library on Dec. 8th

A very special guest will be making an appearance at the Keller Public Library’s family story time at 6 p.m. Monday night, Dec. 8.

The library invites you to take your picture with a real reindeer and his sleigh that evening; also, enjoy balloon art, popcorn and a craft. Chick-fil-a has generously offered to keep the parents warm with free hot coffee, and the Chick-fil-a Cow will also be in attendance.
This free event is open to all ages.

Contest: New Community Event Needs a Name

Last year’s community events "Taste of Keller" and "Kellerfest" are merging together to bring YOU, Keller residents, an amazing community event this spring 2015! Your help is needed in creating a NEW name for this huge community event.

Everyone knows that there is no greater pool of talent than that of our local community, so the City of Keller is offering up a CASH PRIZE and MORE to the winner of our "Rebrand the Keller Community Festival" contest.

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