Learners. Leaders. Mustangs.
April 2021-2022 School Year
What's Happening at Hilde:
8th Grade Panaromic Picture: Thursday, 4/21
STEAM Express, Tuesday, 4/26
5/4 ALGEBRA EOC
5/5 8th Grade/7ADV SCIENCE STAAR and BIO EOC
5/6 8th Grade SS STAAR
5/10 6/7/8 Math STAAR (everyone will test except ALG students)
5/11 6/7/8 RDG STAAR (entire campus will test)
AWARDS (Students will be notified week of May 15th)
6th Grade Awards: Monday, 5/23 @1:30 pm
7th Grade Awards: Tuesday, 5/24 @10 am
8th Grade Awards: Tuesday, 5/24 @2 pm
Klein ISD Bond Bit
Bond Bit--Did you know there are over 9.5 million sq ft of schools and facilities in Klein ISD? And the average age of a school in Klein ISD is 25 years old? Did you also know that the existing Klein Memorial Stadium is 55 years old?
Earth Day Plastic Bag Recycling!
STAAR Testing Reminders
On STAAR testing dates and make-up dates we will be a CLOSED campus. A closed campus means that we will have NO VISITORS on campus.
Reminders about cell phones and other electronic devices:
A student possessing a cell phone or any communication device that has text messaging, email, video or internet capabilities while taking STAAR or any other state assessment, must turn off the device before receiving any test materials.
The student’s test may not be scored if the student had possession of a test booklet or
answer document while the device was visible to the teacher. The teacher observing the
student in the possession of the device must confiscate the device and report the offense to the campus testing coordinator.
Chromebooks and Chargers for Testing
Students can bring their chargers and headphones (if they get the test read to them) to testing days to ensure that they have their supplies ready for testing.
Last Week Of School May 23rd
What is MAP testing? How can I use this to help my child?
Need to report your Child's absence?
- 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
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?
Learn more about the PTO:
Donate to the PTO:
Sign up to be a volunteer:
Changes have been made to administrative duties:
Lauren Marti, Principal, email@example.com
Kathy Moulden, Associate Principal (All grade Students A-L), firstname.lastname@example.org
Tommy Newton, Assistant Principal (All grade students, M-Z) email@example.com
Kimi Williams, Assistant Principal (Curriculum and Instruction, HB 4545 and RTI), firstname.lastname@example.org
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