Dismissal and safety concerns regarding basketball courts being used by students.
Dress Code Policy
General Requirements for All Students
1. Students may not wear a military uniform to school unless it is in conjunction with a school approved activity.
2. Students may not wear suggestive or inappropriately located decorative patches, insignia, or clothing with improper advertising, pictures, slogans, or statements.
3. An American or any state flag or facsimile thereof may not be attached on a garment in a disrespectful manner.
4. Hats or head coverings may not be worn in the school buildings.
5. Appropriate footwear is required.
6. Any attire or accessory that is distracting or disturbing will not be permitted on school property. This includes outfits that are too short, too revealing, low-cut, see-through, or backless. Underwear-styled garments should not be worn as outerwear.
7. Hair must be clean and groomed. Any hair style that is distracting or disturbing will not be permitted on school property.
8. Facial hair must be neatly groomed and styled in a way that is not distracting.
9. No paraphernalia that indicates or promotes gang membership may be worn or displayed (this may include but is not limited to bandannas, chains, jewelry, hip cloths, baggy pants, tee shirts, gang writing, and color codes).
10. Tattoos, icons, and any other markings on the body that cannot be removed shall be covered at all times in an unobtrusive manner that is not disruptive to the instructional process. A student who has such markings on his or her body and who wishes to participate in extracurricular activities shall ensure that the markings are covered by the standard uniform for the activity or in another appropriate manner. The principal, in cooperation with the sponsor, coach, or other person in charge of an extracurricular activity, shall regulate and enforce these guidelines.
Bark-District issued Account Monitoring
Keeping students safe on district-issued accounts and devices continues to be of
paramount importance to Klein ISD. We heard from our families in the recent back-
to-school annual Family Survey that our families would like to be able to see what is
happening on their children’s district-issued Google Drive and Gmail accounts. In
response to that request, Klein ISD is providing Bark for Schools.
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Course Selection Update!
(For all) Testing season is upon us and we know that this can be a very stressful time for our students. We’ll be talking about ways to deal with test anxiety through our character education lessons in March. We’ll be sure to also post this is schoology for parents to see and review with their children.
Hofius Health Fair
Hofius is hosting a Health/Safety Fair on Thursday, April 23rd. If you know someone or
you are in the health/nutrition industry and would like to have a table for the event
please indicate by contacting Nurse Epps in the clinic.
Congratulations to Officer Montoya Jones for being selected as the KLEIN ISD 2020 Police Department Employee of the Year!
Congratulations to Jacilyn Green for being named Teacher Of the Year!
Advanced band students competed at the Klein ISD Solo and Ensemble contest on February 1st Students worked hard and came away with 123 medals! The following students earned and Outstanding Musician award, the highest distinction that can be given by a judge at this contest.
Flute: Dagney D, Madeline S., Alayna K., Rose L., Reagan M., Alondra C., Gabriel H. Clarinet: Paige B.,Zoe H., Callum M., Zachary S. Bass Clarinet: Sofia S. Trumpet: Mary B., Jake C., Ellie G., Felix H., Gerald H., Raychel M., Michael., Alayna S. French Horn: Noah D., Savanna Q. Trombone: Joseph B., Fawaz M. Tuba: Miguel D., Ron M.