School briefs

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Keller ISD

One Act Play

Keller and Fossil Ridge One Act Play teams advanced from district to area competitions after finishing in the top two in the district meet March 28. The area meet was April 12 at Flower Mound High School. The results were unavailable at deadline for The Keller Citizen but will be included next week. The Keller team’s production is “Bob” while the Ridge production is “J.B.”

Driving safety

ProDrivers will be at Keller High School on April 23-24 to demonstrate blind spots on a semi-truck and encourage teen drivers to avoid lingering in blind spots or texting while driving. Students will watch safety demonstrations and get the chance to climb into the cab of a big rig to see what truck drivers can and cannot see.

“Last Chance Show”

Central High School’s Voices of Central and Scarlets of Central choirs will host their “Last Chance Show” to showcase this year’s talented performers. The event will be at 7:30 p.m. April 20 in the school’s Fine Arts Center, located at 9450 Ray White Rd. Tickets may be purchased in advance online. For more information, call 817-744-2000.

Brown BagSuperintendent Randy Reid will host his monthly Brown Bag Lunch on April 18 at Bette Perot Elementary School. Community members are invited to participate in an informal discussion with Reid. The event begins at noon in the school library.

Pre-K early registration

The Keller Early Learning Center will host early registration through May 29, with special evening hours from 4 to 6 p.m. April 30. The center provides a half-day program to children who will be 4 by Sept.1 and who meet one of the eligibility guidelines: qualify as a bilingual or English as a second language student; align with state income requirements; have a parent who is an active duty member of the armed forces; or has ever been in foster care. Special education students may also qualify to attend. For more information, contact the Keller Early Learning Center at 817-744-6700.

Northwest ISD

Learning to lead

Steele Accelerated High School junior Sam Moseley has been accepted into the Business Leadership Academy at Mercy College in New York. Moseley will spend four days at Mercy College this summer learning from top business leaders at New York City firms.

Meeting time

The Northwest School Board will meet at 7 p.m. April 22 in the Board Room at the NISD Administration Building, 2001 Texan Drive.

Techno sign up

TechnoCamp offers students the opportunity to challenge their creativity using the Lego Education robotics program and is available for any current 2012-13 Northwest school district student in first through fifth grades.

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