Krimmel Knights

Newsletter: September 4, 2018

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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!!

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Dates to Know


6- PTO Volunteer Meeting at 9:30 am in the Krimmel Library

6 - Fall Open House (PTO Meeting at 6:15pm; Classroom Rotations start at 6:30pm)

13 - Chick-Fil-A Spirit Night

14- Coffee with the Counselors in the Krimmel Library @ 8:45am

18- Krimmel Conversations; 6:00pm; Krimmel Cafeteria

Gifted and Talented Referral Window

The G/T Referral window is open from 8/27 through 9/21. If you feel your child would benefit and qualify for the gifted and talented program, please complete the survey before September 21st.

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!

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!

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!

Krimmel Camp Materials

Throughout the first two weeks of school, we go through lessons in Krimmel Camp during Quest. The link below is the material we share with students and we wanted to make it available for parents to view and refer back to as well. This link is also posted on our school website, under the Parent Information tab.

Name that Book for 2018-2019

Krimmel Intermediate just launched the Name That Book website for the 2018/2019 school year.

Kids can go to the Site, then click on the Krimmel page and sign up! Signing up does not obligate them to the team, but it lets us know they may be interested.

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.

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