Naomi Logie and Kenny Bravo-Lemus receive Code of Ethics award from the Rotary Club of Harrisonburg.
Farming in the City - Students feeding a young lamb.
Farming in the City
Farming in the City
Farming in the City - Students learn how cows are milked.
Farming in the City - Newborn lamb and mama.
Farming in the City - Students replant seedlings for the garden.
Farming in the City - Watching a sheep being sheared.
Farming in the City - Students learn about how waste water is treated.
Reading Month - Aliens on the roof?
Reading Month - Students exchange letters for snacks.
Reading Month - Aliens hand down snacks.
Reading Month - Letters for the principals.
Reading Month - Aliens on the roof!
Reading Month - Mrs. Lintner and Mr. Miller!
  • Naomi Logie and Kenny Bravo-Lemus receive Code of Ethics award from the Rotary Club of Harrisonburg.
  • Farming in the City - Students feeding a young lamb.
  • Farming in the City
  • Farming in the City
  • Farming in the City - Students learn how cows are milked.
  • Farming in the City - Newborn lamb and mama.
  • Farming in the City - Students replant seedlings for the garden.
  • Farming in the City - Watching a sheep being sheared.
  • Farming in the City - Students learn about how waste water is treated.
  • Reading Month - Aliens on the roof?
  • Reading Month - Students exchange letters for snacks.
  • Reading Month - Aliens hand down snacks.
  • Reading Month - Letters for the principals.
  • Reading Month - Aliens on the roof!
  • Reading Month - Mrs. Lintner and Mr. Miller!

Keister SOL Schedule - Click Here

School Hours:  8:10 to 4:10, Monday through Friday
Student Day: 8:45 to 3:35, Monday through Friday
On Early Release Days, Dismissal at 1:15

For helpful information please refer to the student handbook available HERE

Directions:
-Interstate 81 to exit 245.
-Turn west onto Port Republic Road
-Go straight through traffic lights to cross Main Street.
-W.H. Keister Elementary School will be on your left across from the fire department.
-Remember to check in at the office when you get here.



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