September 25, 2020
If you have a question, please enter them in this form and a staff member will be in touch with you. We'd love for you to give a staff shout out to anyone that has helped you this school year!.
Free Breakfast and Lunch through December 2020
Free Lunch and Breakfast through December 2020!
Thanks to recent USDA waiver extensions, EVERY student enrolled in Klein ISD will receive breakfast
and lunch meals free of charge through December 2020!
We invite EVERY Klein student to eat a meal at any of our Klein campuses. We will also continue to
serve a la cart items to our students. A la carte prices can be found here.
What does my student need to do to receive their free breakfast or lunch? NOTHING! Simply have your
student go through any of our campuses serving lines and they can receive one free breakfast and
one free lunch meal daily! Meals include an entree, fruit, vegetable, and choice of milk.
Do I need to apply for meal benefits? We encourage families to apply for free or reduced priced
meals to maintain meal benefits beyond waiver extension and to receive additional benefits tied to
meal application (SAT fee waivers, etc.)
You can apply online at https://lunchapps.kleinisd.net at any time, or if there is a change in
How can I see what's on the breakfast and lunch menu? You can view menus, and more online at
Thank you for continuing to support our program and our mission to provide EVERY student with a
-Klein ISD Nutrition & Food Services
Dates to Know:
Reminder - Students may begin entering the building at 8:30 am each morning. If they arrive or are dropped off before 8:30 am, there is not supervision provided.
September 21 - October 16 students will be MAP testing throughout their math, science and ELA classes. Teachers will update their weekly agendas in Schoology so you know when your child will be taking their MAP tests in class.
1 - Progress Reports released in Skyward
9 - Student Holiday/Staff Development Day
12 - Student Holiday
MAP Testing Window is September 21 - October 16
Students will begin MAP testing this week through their math, science and
ELA classes. Online and on campus students will participate. We have
created a presentation that students watched through QUEST, but we are
sending it to parents as well so you can review with your child as well. There
is a technology website check that needs to be done to make sure they
connect well to the NWEA testing website.
You can look through this presentation with your child to know what MAP
testing is all about.
You can also have them visit this website to check to see if their connection
works. If they have any errors pop up, please have your child email me at
Krimmel Conversations, September 24th
The video recording will be added next week to our Counseling Page on our Krimmel website.
College and Career Week_We Need YOU!
The counselor’s need your help! We are hosting our first College and Career Week in October and would love for our kids to learn about as many of your careers as possible. Please consider helping us out with a brief 2 minute video of you “in action”. We are so grateful for our amazing Krimmel Parents and for our first ever College and Career Week.
Gifted and Talented (GT) Referral Window
The Gifted and Talented (GT) Referral window is open from September 8, 2020 – September 27, 2020. If you’d like to request that your child be screened, please complete the online Student Referral form which gives consent to screen and test your child for the 2020-2021 school year. Please note, the student referral window closes at 11:59 p.m. on September 27th. For more information about Advanced Academics in Klein ISD, please check the Advanced Academics website.
Parent/Guardian Survey from the Counselors
Our counselors would like to do a quick check-in with families to see how kids and parents are adjusting now that school has started. We would also love your feedback on topics you would like to hear more about during our quarterly Krimmel Conversation presentations.
Thank you for a great start to Klein Online. To help maintain success during online instruction please remind your student to:
Stay engaged- answer questions from the teacher either with voice or in chat.
Turn on your camera- this allows the teacher to better determine if you are stuck or have a question.
Be present- Allowing the teacher to offer timely feedback so that you can continue your learning journey.
Name- Use your first and last name so that your teacher can get to know you.
We have created a Nearpod that will allow students and parents to go
through our Technology Onboarding at their own pace and as many times as
needed. You can go to https://nearpod.com and enter the join code: BHUZE.
Names and Numbers to Know
Principal's Secretary, Liz Harrison, 832-375-7220, firstname.lastname@example.org
Receptionist, Janice Engel, 832-375-7202, email@example.com
Attendance, Delia Gardner, 832-375-7210, firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar, Robin Wilmes, 832-375-7141, email@example.com
6th Grade Office:
Secretary, Esmeralda Loftin, 832-375-7160, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor, Kelly Wayland, 832-375-7164, email@example.com
Assistant Principal, Tanya Brogger, 832-375-7165, firstname.lastname@example.org
7th Grade Office:
Secretary, Kaye Lee, 832-375-7170, email@example.com
Counselor, Aimee Thompson, 832-375-7174, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Principal, Ryan Youngblood, 832-375-7175, email@example.com
8th Grade Office:
Secretary, Tiffany Kirtley, 832-375-7180, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor, Priscilla Hurst, 832-375-7184, email@example.com
Associate Principal, Stephanie Langner, 832-375-7185, firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Education Department:
Secretary, Erin Stevenson, 832-375-7152, email@example.com