Krimmel Knights

Newsletter: September 24, 2018

Big picture

Dates to Know


25 - Spirit Night at Chipotle (See Event Information Below)

26 - Destination Imagination Interest Meetings for Students 8:00 am or 4:05 pm, Library. You only need to attend one of the meetings.


5 - Student Holiday

8 - Student Holiday


3 - Krimmel Color Run! More details coming closer to the event date, but mark your calendars!

Krimmel Knights LIVE!

Have you seen our Krimmel Knights LIVE team streaming our morning announcements each day? We do our morning announcements each morning starting at approximately 8:45am using our Krimmel Facebook page and Facebook LIVE! Check us out each morning and stay informed!

Novel Sales for 7th Grade ELA

If you have a 7th grade student, we have placed the novel, "Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry," on-line through School Cash. If students would like to have a copy of their own novel to read and annotate in, payments can be made online. The cost of the book is $9.00. Students are also able to bring money directly to their ELA teacher. Purchase of the book is encouraged, but not required.

Spirit Shirts and Hoodies for Sale

We have a limited number of spirit shirts and hoodies left in stock. If your child would still like to purchase one, please let them know to stop by the 6th grade office to purchase one.

2018-2019 shirts are $10

2018-2019 hoodies are $20

2017-2018 Year to Remember shirts are being sold at a discount rate of $5!

Cash or checks can be accepted. If you send a check, please make the check out to Krimmel Intermediate.

QUEST Period: Interventions and Enrichments

Our QUEST Period: Interventions and Enrichment groups start this week. Our QUEST period is 30 minutes each day. Every Monday all students stay in their 5th period class and there is a focus each Monday on a variety of topics like: Krimmel Core Values, College and Career Readiness, and Character Education.

Tuesdays-Fridays teachers can draft kids into groups based on things like additional help in core content areas based on classroom performance or weekly assessment data for example. However, teachers can also draft kids into enrichment groups like, but not limited to, mixed choir, coding, club officer meetings, leadership academy, Krimmel Knights Live, Name that Book, The Rampart (Student Led Literary Magazine) just to name a few! If there is a day a student isn't drafted, their invited to the cafeteria where they're monitored and can work on homework, study for any tests or quizzes, read a book of their choice, etc.

The goal is for teachers to be able to reach students, during the school day, to provide targeted interventions as well as offer enrichment activities to get kids more involved in activities at school.

QUEST Rosters are uploaded into Schoology each Monday for students so they know where to report each day of the week.

If you every have questions about QUEST, please feel free to reach out to your child's grade-level counselor or assistant principal.

Klein Innovation Challenge is Coming!

Last year, Klein ISD had a Water Warrior Innovation Challenge. This year our district innovation challenge has to do with Klein in Space! More information will be shared with students in the coming days!

Krimmel PTO

Have you joined our Krimmel PTO? If not, check out and consider joining this amazing group of parents.
Big picture

Klein ISD Family Onboarding Website

Check out the Klein ISD Family Onboarding Website for tons of information to help you get the school year started!
We Want To Hear from YOU! {Click Here}

At Krimmel Intermediate we value your feedback and suggestions. We also LOVE to celebrate our staff that is going above and beyond, so let us know the good things happening too!!

See Something, Say Something (Online Reporting)

If you or your student hears or sees something that is concerning to them, our "See Something, Say Something" is available for reporting purposes. A notification is sent to school administration as soon as a report is made so they can follow-up.

Big picture