Hildebrandt Hoofbeat

Learners. Leaders. Mustangs.

Edition 27: May 23rd 2022-2023 School Year

Upcoming Dates to Know:

  • May 24th - Chromebook Pick Up
  • May 26th - 8th grade celebration & Last Day of School


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Students will not be allowed to bring their backpacks or bags on Thursday and Friday, May 25th and 26th. Students may carry a small purse if needed. It is not to exceed 6''x9''x5."

Students who come to school with these items will be required to leave them in the front office to pick up at the end of the school day.

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Please read the letter below regarding Chromebook Pick Up

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FREE Robotics Summer Camp!

Free Robotics Summer Camp!

Two top tier First in Texas Robotics teams, Klein ISD Team VorTX and Conroe ISD Team Texas Torque, are hosting a joint summer camp for students ages 8-13. The event is a free, non-for profit STEM camp for students to experience coding and building their own robot. No coding experience is needed.

June 6, 2023

1:00-4:00 PM

College Park High School

3701 College Park Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77384

Registration HERE. Please share this fun summer learning opportunity with your families.
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Summer Reading Express

Children who read during the summer don’t lose ground. They continue to build fluency and comprehension skills. The more children read, the better readers they become, and better readers are better learners. The purpose of The Reading Express is to ensure that every Klein student has access to library materials and programming throughout the summer. If the students cannot come to the library, we will take the library to them! Come visit the Reading Express this summer!

Reading Express Website

Healthy Meals for Kids Summer 2023

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Student IDs and Lanyards

All Klein ISD Staff and students are required to wear an Identification Card (ID) while at a Klein ISD Campuses. Student safety and security is the utmost importance to us at Hildebrandt and IDs are vital in safeguarding your student and our campus. At Hildebrandt, students are required to wear the ID card on a lanyard around their neck so it can be easily visible. The lanyard must be the correct corresponding color for their grade.

Green for 6th graders, Red for 7th Graders and Black for 8th graders.

If they do not have their ID, the student will then be required to call their parent/guardian while a staff member supervises. They will inform the parent/guardian they do not have their ID. They will inform them of the option to either bring the ID to the school or pay $8.00 for a new one which has to be made.

ID Costs:

  • RFID Card: $5.00
  • Lanyard: $2.00
  • Sleeve: $1.00

Each time a new ID is created for a student, they can be subject to discipline consequences.

  • 1 Time: Warning
  • 2-3 Times: Before or After School Detention
  • 4+ Times: Saturday School
Please help us be in compliance and work with our Mustangs on being responsible for their required items.
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Click the image below for more details on our High School Pathways.
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Early dismissals cannot be honored after 3:40 pm in order to safely and effectively close out the school day for our students.


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Gloria Korinsky, Registrar, gkorinsky2@kleinisd.net

Demita Hayes, 8th Grade Counselor, dhayes1@kleinisd.net

Bill Hoffman, 7th Grade Counselor, whoffman1@kleinisd.net

Deanna Jamison, 6th Grade Counselor, djamison1@kleinisd.net


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Past Hoofbeat Editions

2022-2023 Hildebrandt Administrative Team

Kimi Williams, Principal. kwilliams6@kleinisd.net

Kathy Moulden, Associate Principal, Grade 6. kmoulden@kleinisd.net

Nicole Wiens, Assistant Principal, Grade 7. nwiens1@kleinisd.net

James Parrish, Assistant Principal, Grade 8. jparrish1@kleinisd.net