Learners. Leaders. Mustangs.
March Edition 2020-2021 School Year
What's Happening at Hilde:
Wednesday 3/10 Spirit Night @McDonalds 2920 4:30p-7:30p MENTION Hildebrandt when ordering!
Friday 3/12 Remote Learning Day
SPRING BREAK March 15-19 NO School
Wednesday 3/24 Track Meet
Thursday 3/25 Track Meet
Sunday 3/28 Quack Car Wash FM 2920 from 2p-4p Show flyer below and we get 50% back!!
Tuesday 3/30 Track Meet
Wednesday 3/31 Track Meet
TESTING Dates to KNOW:
8 MATH will be 3/2 (includes GEO)
8 READING will be 3/3
8 SCI will be 3/30
BIO will be 3/30
8 SS will be 3/31
6/7 MATH will be 3/30 (6 ACC will take 7th Grade)
6/7 RDG will be 3/31
ALG will be 4/1
8 SCI 5/6 (7th ADV Sci will take)
8 SS 5/7
6/7/8 Math 5/11
6/7/8 RDG 5/12
GOAL: Raise 25,000 lbs of clothing donations!
Mrs. Weins has a great deal of patience when students struggle with the lesson and takes the time to explain the lesson again until everyone understands. She has the ability to differentiate delivery of content to meet the needs of any students in her class. Mrs. Weins exhibits all the best qualities of an excellent teacher and it for these reasons I nominate her.
Phill the Box Campaign!!
Several student organizations are joining together to help with "Phill The Box".
We have a goal of 25,000 lbs of items to be collected by Friday, 3/26 (extended 2 weeks!!), we will collect gently used apparel, shoes, and other textiles that will be used to stock Texas Thrift Stores which provide help to our neighbors. Other items are donated internationally. Anything that is unusable is recycled as 95% of material can be used to make new items.
The largest collection the organization has ever done is about 20,000 lbs. Our Principles of Business, Marketing and Finance class has taken on the Promotion for the drive and set the Hildebrandt goal at 25,000 lbs. We believe this is possible as one 32 gallon bag holds about 20 lbs of clothes/textiles and we are pretty sure every household has at least one bag of old stuff that no longer works for that family!
Donations will go in to bins marked by lunch period. The lunch that collects the most will win a ‘Cookie Party Lunch’ where every student in that lunch will have a free cookie.
PBMF students would like to put our number on everyone’s mind, and are asking to have 25,000 Lbs. on a board in every classroom. If you have a space, please help us provide this reminder all day, every day until Spring Break!
Below is the list of acceptable/unacceptable items.
Hilde "Phill The Box" Promo Video
Mustangs of the Week!
6th Grade Trevor W
Trevor is ALWAYS on task, never hesitates to offer help, and always help clean my class at the end of the day.
7th Grade Jacob W
Senor Jacob has shown DETERMINATION in learning Spanish by speaking to me and to his friends in the target language anytime possible in order to improve his Spanish Speaking skills. He has a strong work ethic and works hard every class. I commend him in always trying to practice what he has learned outside of the classroom .
8th Grade Edison M
Edison has worked so hard all year. He truly wants to learn. Edison always asks questions and participates, and he is so friendly and respectful.
6th Grade Trevor W
7th Grade Jacob W
6th Grade Kirby E
Kirby is always contributing to the class. She volunteers to read out loud and she encourages others by setting examples.
7th Grade Amia S
Amia is an outstanding leader at Hildebrandt! She has exhibited great leadership qualities in class, as well as going above and beyond. She stands up for what she believes in and always strives to help others! Thank you for your leadership!
8th Grade Imani B
Imani has shown leadership and determination in helping direct PBMF in its efforts to promote Phill the Box/Fill the Truck. She always does her best work and turns assignments in on time. Imani contributes in class and brings great ideas!
6th Grade Kirby E
7th Grade Amia S
Car Wash for Robotics!
Mustang Expectations Explained
HEART Cart EVERY Friday!!
Remote Learning Days
Friday, March 12
Friday, April 16
On Remote Learning Days, Klein Online students will continue to learn online from home asynchronously. Klein On-Campus students are strongly encouraged to learn remotely from home on these days as well.
Students will be able to sign up to work asynchronously on campus on their assignments by filling out this form in order to ensure we will have adequate supervision for students. Please fill out the google form HERE
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2020-2021 Bell Schedule
Student Dress Code
Appropriate student dress and grooming are important factors in the safe and orderly operation of school. Each student’s appearance should reflect a positive image of self and contribute to a distraction-free learning environment.
Please refer to KISD Student Handbook for complete information regarding dress code.
General guidelines are as follows:
- Pants must be worn at the waist or upper hips and must not reveal underclothing.
- Ripped or frayed pants may not have holes that are mid thigh or above or that reveal underclothing.
- Leggings may be worn with a shirt that does not reveal underclothing or skin.
- Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be appropriate in length and may not reveal underclothing.
- 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, hoodies.
- Students may not wear suggestive or inappropriately-located decorative patches, insignia, or clothing with improper advertising, pictures, slogans, or statements.
- Appropriate footwear is required and must be worn at all time while on school property. Slippers/house shoes of any kind are not permitted.
- 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 for example bike shorts
- Shirts must large enough to provide appropriate coverage.
If you question the appropriateness of an article of clothing, please do not allow your child to wear it to school.
Electronic Devices Reminder
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.
Virtual Meet the Teacher/Campus map
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