Keller ISDCrossing guards neededThe Fort Worth Police Department is seeking two crossing guards for Keller district schools: one for Eagle Ridge Elementary and another for Trinity Springs Middle School. The pay is $7.49 per hour for 15 hours a week. If interested, contact Officer J.R. Barron at 817-925-3304 or email@example.com. Drive the FoundationThe Keller ISD Education Foundation is partnering with Drive the Foundation to provide online driving classes with a portion of the proceeds going to support the education foundation. The non-profit foundation supports Keller teachers through classroom grants and gives scholarships to graduating seniors. The driver’s program can benefit both students learning to drive and those seeking to lower their insurance rates. For more information, go to http://keller.drivethefoundation.com. Symphony in KellerThe Keller school district and the City of Keller will once again host the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. March 9 in the Keller High Fine Arts Center, 601 N. Pate Orr Rd. Tickets are $5 per person or four for $15 and can be purchased at Keller Town Hall, the Keller Pointe and the Senior Activities Center. For more information, call 817-743-4000. Spring BreakKeller district schools and offices will be closed from March 11 - 15 for Spring Break. Yearbook honoredCentral High School's 2012 yearbook, "The Bolt," recently received the Award of Distinguished Merit from the UniversityInterscholastic League Press Conference.The honor places 'The Bolt' among the top yearbooks in the state. The 2013 CHS yearbook members will attend the State JournalismConference in April to be honored for this award and receive individual awards.Those who created the winning yearbook were: Brianna Penney, editor in chief; Conrad Navarro, sports editor; Alison Bryce, co-sports editor; Sara Brown, student activities editor; Angela Dixon, photo editor; and staff members April Angliss, Kaitlyn Benavides, Blessing Boamah, Tegan Brand, Mason Cartwright, Jenny Davis, Makayla Foster, Nyranee Funk, Courtney Geren, Alexa Gonzaga, Madison Grant, Ashlyn Hedgepeth, Adam Hundley, Jeanjoo Hwang, Faith Namubiru, Sam Nguyen-Williams, Kristen Robinson and Rachel Vick. Central's yearbook adviser is Natalie Brown. Student's poem to be publishedLast fall, Hillwood student Hannah King entered one of her poems in a poetry contest. She was recently notified that herpoem has been selected to be published this spring in a publication entitled, "A Celebration of Poets 2012." Redefining DyslexiaThe Keller school district will host a program "Redefining Dyslexia" at 7 p.m. April 4 at Central High School, 9450 Ray White Rd. The program, designed to promote better understanding of the reading disorder, will feature a screening of the HBO documentary "The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia," directed by James Redford, son of Robert Redford. Keller ISD dyslexia specialists will be on hand to answer questions.Northwest ISD PreK Pre-QualifyingNorthwest school district officials are looking for 4-year-olds. The district offers prekindergarten (PreK) classes for qualifying 4-year-olds. To plan for the 2013-14 school year, Northwest is trying to pre-qualify as many PreK children as possible this spring. Pre-qualification packets are available at all district elementary campuses and can be picked up through March 25.To qualify for PreK, a child must be 4 by Sep. 1 of this year and meet one of the following requirements:• Unable to speak and comprehend the English language.• Economically disadvantaged.• Child of an active duty member of the military.• Foster child.• Homeless.“We will enroll 100 percent of kids who qualify for PreK,” said Deanne Colley, Northwest family involvement facilitator. “All information will need to be verified in the summer.”To determine qualification, gather necessary documentation and complete the packet by March 28. Return the packet and application to an elementary school from 9a.m to 2p.m. on March 7, 21 or 28.For more information, go to www.nisdtx.org/prek or call (817) 215-0198.Rally DayPhil Beckman, Northwest school district Partners in Education specialist, and members of the Northwest school district Parent Teacher Association traveled to Austin on Feb. 21 for Rally Day at the Capitol. With the 83rd Legislative Session underway, Texas PTA encouraged all members across the state to attend the rally in support of public education and children in Texas.Nelson HOSA students make stateByron Nelson High School will send three students from the Academy of Medical Professions to the HOSA – Future Health Professionals – to the state tournament in April. Junior Lyndee Crawford, junior Ashley Humphries and senior Vincent Nguyen competed in the regional competition in Mansfield Feb. 15 and 16. Crawford received first place in medical photography. Humphries took second place in clinical specialty. Nguyen received second place in pharmacology.Speaking highlyDamon King, Northwest High School National Merit finalist, competed in the Rotary Club speech tournament, winning on the four-way test. This achievement advances King to the regional competition later this month. King just returned from Harvard University, where he made it to the Octo-finals at a national speech tournament in duo interpretation with his partner senior Devin Harding.Byron Nelson High School senior Ian Sanchez is the University of California Berkeley Tournament Champion in the category of dramatic interpretation. Sanchez received the top score out of 176 total entries across the nation. Sanchez is currently ranked fourth in the nation for dramatic interpretation.