Learners. Leaders. Mustangs.
Week 8 2021-2022 School Year
What's Happening at Hilde:
Wednesday, 10/6: 7 VB KRIMMEL HOME
Wednesday, 10/6: 8 VB KRIMMEL AWAY
Friday, 10/8: NO SCHOOL
Monday, 10/11: NO SCHOOL
Mark Your Calendars!
November 3rd: Picture Retakes
Message from our Band Directors
District Band Members from Hildebrandt
I would like to congratulate all of our students that participated in this year's All-District Band Audition. It is very hard to perform under pressure and just going through the process is something that should be celebrated.
And now that I have clebrated with the kids, here are our KISD All-District Band Members:
Kirby Everett - 3rd Chair Oboe
Jacob Hoelscher - 8th Chair Bassoon
Geoffrey Beekman - 10th Chair Bassoon
Jack Stagg - 4th Chair Clarinet
Kenneth Latimer - 5th Chair Clarinet
Isaac Ortiz Lopez - 25th Chair Clarient
Aaron Rajput - 1st Chair Alto Saxophone
Ethan Campbell - 9th Chair Alto Saxophone
Kyler Santich - 13th Chair Trumpet
Alex Everett - 4th Chair French Horn
Owen Perrier - 8th Chair French Horn
Caleb Pardo - 14th Chair French Horn
Sebastian Ramos - 4th Chair Trombone
Sebastian Rodriguez - 6th Chair Trombone
Yulissa Flores Cortez - 3rd Chair Euphonium
Noah Kelley - 6th Chair Euphonium
Gabe Benoit - 1st Chair Percussion
Kamryn English - 5th Chair Percussion
Sophia Celis - 8th Chair Percussion
Congratulations to all of the kiddos! I'm so happy for everyone that worked really hard to get better as a musician.
Winter Play Auditions
Auditions for this year's Winter Play, "Threee" by Colleen Neuman will be held on October 12th and 13th for Acting and October 14th for Backstage or Tech, from 4:20 - 5:45 PM in room 304. Audition/Tech forms will be available in rooms 302, 304 and the Front Office.
Winter Play Performance dates January 12th, 13th and 14th @ 7PM
Student Social Media Trends
We truly appreciate the incredible partnership you provide our school as we support your child to thrive both academically and socially in our school. Our goal every single day is to ensure an excellent experience for our students through high support and high expectations to achieve their success and enjoy the learning experience.We are hearing of additional social media trends, but want to ask that you are having conversations with your students that emphasize our CORE values at Hildebrandt. We focus on HEART, which stands for LeadersHip, IntEgrity, LoyAlty, PRoblem Solvers and DeTermination. We are building leaders that act with integrity and loyalty to our campus! We are also looking to build leaders that are determined to find the answers to the social media trends and help our campus stand out from the rest!
Mustang of the Week for Week 7!
Mustang of the week for week 8!
End of the First Quarter 10/7!
GAME DAY STudent attendance
IXL Question Challenge
Red Ribbon Week October 25th-29th
No Tardy Drawings!
We wanted to update you that, in addition to not tying attendance to exemptions this year, we are also not recognizing perfect attendance/providing attendance awards for the 2021-2022 school year. This is so we remain focused on the wellness and safety of our staff and students as a top priority and remain aligned with our health and safety protocols, namely that students who are ill should remain home until able to return to school.
Need to report your Child's absence?
Student Data Tracking!
Encourage your child to share their academic goals with you and check in with them on their progress!
- If lost or forgotten: they can get a new one from the cafeteria BEFORE school or from the AP office DURING lunch.
- These ID badges are used as their lunch and library card.
Student Dress Code
Hildebrandt follow the district Code of Conduct for dress code. Some highlights from our dress code:
- Shorts, skirts and dresses must be mid thigh.
- Shirts must be the appropriate length, no exposed midriffs.
- Low cut, revealing camisoles and shirts will not be permitted.
- Pants must be worn at the waist so that no undergarments are exposed.
- Jeans with holes above mid thigh will need to have leggings or shorts worn underneath.
- Pajama pants are not permitted.
- No costumes
- Shoes must have a hard bottom (Ex. No slippers are allowed)
- No alcohol, tobacco or marijuana insignia or advertisements can be on clothing.
- No type of head covering is to be worn in the building except for religious or medical purposes. Examples of head coverings not allowed are head scarves, bandanas, hats, caps and hoodies.
Students in violation of the dress code will be provided the opportunity to correct the problem at school and return to the classroom. If the problem can't be corrected at school , we will work with the student and parent to obtain an acceptable change of clothing for the student.
Administration reserves the right to address any clothing they feel is distracting to the learning environment.
Test Days and Finals Schedule
HEART of a Mustang CORE Values
2021-2022 Bell Schedule
Fall Game Schedules
Electronic Devices Reminder
Forgotten Items/Deliveries to Students
No transportation changes or early dismissals will be accommodated after 3:00 pm.
BUS TRANSPORTATION CHANGES:
Students may not ride a different bus unless it has been approved through the Assistant Principal's office. This request must be turned in to the AP Secretary, Ms. Wachel, by email, parent note or you may call her at 832-249-5068 no later than 10 am on the day of the change.
Want to learn more about our PTO?
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Changes have been made to administrative duties:
Lauren Marti, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Moulden, Associate Principal (All grade Students A-L), email@example.com
Tommy Newton, Assistant Principal (All grade students, M-Z) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimi Williams, Assistant Principal (curriculum and Instruction, HB 4545 and RTI), email@example.com
Campus Phone Numbers:
Front Office Fax: 832-249-4068
Clinic Fax 832-249-5089
Registrar Fax 832-249-4048
Special Ed: 832-249-5056
Athletics Fax: 832-249-5141