Keller Athletic Association
KAA Board Officers 2017 / 2018
Ken McGhee, President (L-4)
Ann Hickey, Vice President (L-2)
Terry McGuffage, Treasurer (L-7 & 4)
Genaya Syverson, Secretary (L-3)
Phil Goyette (L-4)

Keller Athletic Association (KAA)
The KAA is an organization that provides sports and team activities for the students of Keller. The KAA supports activity nights for students to come together and to socialize through organized games.
Current registration information can be found at

KAA Sports and activities 2017-2018

  • Boys Basketball (L 3-8)
  • Girls Volleyball (L 3-8)
  • Chess (L 1-8)
  • Boys Volleyball (L 3-8) 
  • Golf (L 1-8) 
  • Running Club (L 1-8) 
  • Bowling (L 1-8) 
  • Chess (L 1-8) 
  • indicates Co-Ed activity
Spring Chess only available to continuing students
All Coaches Must Complete the Following Processes:
CS policy requires a coach to be fingerprinted and complete an online Concussion Awareness class.
Attached are the forms needed for the background check and fingerprinting (page 3 and 4 only). These pages plus a state ID or driver's license are needed for the fingerprinting.

The fingerprinting is done by the firm, Accurate Biometrics. Below is the link to the Concussion Awareness training :

You must log in and purchase the Concussion Class. It is free. Once you purchase the class, you will see the class in your Dashboard (top left button). The course takes about 40 minutes and you will receive a certificate PDF at the end.
We ask that you email the certificate of completion to KAA at

KAA appreciates your cooperation in this mandatory process. On March 26, 2014, the Board rescinded the previous volunteer policy, Board Report 06-0927-PO2 and adopted a new Volunteer Policy effective at the start of the 2014-15 school year. The policy is attached for your information.
Contact us at
E-mail us if you are interested in volunteering!
Join us on Facebook Keller Athletic Association Parents Group

Keller Athletic Association (KAA) provides an opportunity for all Keller students, families, and faculty/staff/administration to participate in competitive sports and other social, recreational, enrichment and motivational activities while fostering relationships between Keller families.
KAA believes that sports and activities contribute to the physical, mental, and social growth of the individual building self-esteem, confidence, character and respect for others. We strive to provide programs that support this philosophy.
Contact KAA