Klein Oak High School May 4, 2018
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2018-2019 COURSE VERIFICATION SHEETS
Student Course Verification sheets for the 2018-2019 school year will be distributed Thursday, May 17th during 2nd period. Any requests to change a student’s course selection(s) must be noted, signed by student and parent, and returned to their counselor.
Only this form may be used to request a change.
Final deadline for any changes will be due to your grade level counselor by Thursday, June 7, 2018.
Sign up on Schoology for the final US History and Algebra EOC Review on 5/5/18. Lunch is provided!
Students who create an original and creative Instagram video, Boomerang, or photo will be entered for a chance to win one of 10 cash prizes. The winners will be selected by media and film professors from College Board member institutions.
Student submissions are due on May 15th.
Final Transcript Request Forms
Colleges require a final transcript to prove you graduated from high school. Final transcripts will be mailed to the college/university of your choice during the third week of June.
A request to mail your final transcript must be made by completing a FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM with the Registrars’ Office. The cost of each transcript is $2.00. Final Transcript Request Forms will be available starting May 10th in the Registrars’ Office.
MAY TESTING SCHEDULE
MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH
FROM THE CLINIC:
Parents: Please plan to pick up any remaining medication from the clinic by the end of the school day on Wednesday, May 30st . Any left-over medication not picked up will be destroyed. Contacting the clinic with your preference of either pick up or destruction of medication before Wednesday, May 23rd would be greatly appreciated! Our number is: 832-484-5057.
Additional note: Reminder, a new/updated medical plan or pass request from the doctor’s office is required before the first day of school next year. The clinic will open starting in August to happily assist you with this matter.
Graduating students planning to attend college in Texas: Please make sure your Meningitis vaccine has been given within the last 5 years before your college start date. They will check this before letting you sign up for classes and moving in on campus. Most of you will require a new shot as it was required for you to attend 7th grade.
2017-2018 EXEMPTION POLICY
** From the Clinic: Attention Seniors! **
Please stop by the clinic to sign up for a copy of your shot record. It is an important document that you will need at varying times in your life, to include college.
After you sign up for it, remember to come back by the following day to pick it up.
*** Due to processing time, kindly submit all requests prior to May 29, 2018.
Prom tickets are now 75 dollars. They will be sold during B-D lunches.
2018 Klein Oak High School Graduation Ceremony
Saturday, June 2nd, 9am
2018 Graduation Announcements -Cap and Gown-Class Ring Ordering Information!
If you ordered graduation announcements and did not pick them up during lunches or in the 2018 office you will need to pick them up from Herff Jones.
You can still order Online at www.mygradaccount.com
or in store: 3336 Spring Stuebner Ste E Spring, Tx 77389
Please contact Herff Jones at 281-367-4723 with any questions!
2018 Senior Awards Ceremony
Wednesday, May 30th, 7pm
7500 Farm to Market 2920
A Senior Awards rehearsal will be held during 3rd period on 5/22/18.
Cap and Gown Distribution Date Change!
Friday, May 18th, 11am
22603 Northcrest Drive
2018 SENIOR BOOKLET
KOHS Embedded Dual Credit Classes
Students who selected dual credit classes at KOHS for the fall may sign up for the TSI at KOHS by following the sign-up link on Schoology. If you have questions about dual credit or how to complete the LSC online application, please go to the KOHS website. Go to the Counseling tab and select AP & DC Information.
You may also go the KISD website, select the Teaching & Learning Tab and click on Dual Credit for additional information.
IB CAS PROJECT
Klein Oak IB students have partnered with Colors 4 Compassion to support elementary age students in foster children by creating therapeutic art books (TAB). They will create 500 books in both English and Spanish!
The IB students are currently accepting donations to help with the printing and distribution of the TAB, as well as accepting donations of colored pencils to accompany the book. To participate in the creation of the outreach portions of the TAB, they are accepting submissions of line art as well as accepting Love Notes to the foster children to offer support and encouragement.
Click the link for more details on how you can help.
TEA has released 2017 Accountability Ratings.
We have adopted a new tardy procedure for the 2017-2018 school year.
We Have A Newspaper!
Family/Student Access is a secure internet-based website allowing parents and guardians easy access in tracking their student's progress. This new service will continue to allow viewing of student's attendance, assignments, grades, and schedule.