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Booker Kiowas


The Vision of Booker ISD is to be a dynamic community of learners promoting conceptual thinking, building civic responsibility, and fostering creativity.

The mission of Booker ISD is to educate all students for success in a 21st century world.

District Information    

BISD Policy Manual

Emergency Contact List

Employee Handbook

SHAC                                        School Health Advisory Council

Student Handbook

Flu Precautions

Handbook Reciept & Required Forms

Facility Map

Student Transfer Forms


BISD District Improvement Plan

Federal Programs

Kirksey Campus Improvement Plan


JH/HS Campus Improvement Plan


Kiowa Pride Academic Scholarship

Region 16
Additional Information  

Education Code, Chapter 26  Parent Rights and Responsibilities


Community & Student Engagement House Bill 5 District Evaluation 2013-2014


Community & Student Engagement House Bill 5 District Evaluation 2014-2015

Welcome to the website for Booker ISD, home of the Fighting Kiowas. Booker ISD was adopted by members of the Kiowa Tribe in the fall of 1991. The Kiowa Indians were native to the Texas Panhandle and Booker area, and are a rich part of our local history.

Kirksey Elementary, an Exemplary school, is composed of grades PK-5. Students receive an excellent foundation in reading, math, language, science and music. The Pre-Kindergarten is a full day program, and open to all students. Kirksey Elementary has a science lab for grades 3-5. We receive many compliments from visitors when they visit our elementary.

The JH/HS is composed of grades 6-12. Students are able to build on their foundation when they enter Junior High School and continue into High School. You will find that our test scores reach Recognized or Exemplary status in all but two categories. Students are afforded the opportunity to participate in many programs includeing Academic competition, Athletics, Band, Vocational and can earn enough college hours to be a second semester freshman when they enter college. Many of our graduates are successful when they enter college or vocational schools for further training.

Non-Discrimination Statement:
 In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color,
national origin, sex, age, or disability.
  To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW,
Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.