Kleb Updates: Week of April 3, 2023

Students on campus after school

Reminder- When students who are car riders, bikers or walkers are dismissed at the end of the day, they are to immediately leave campus or wait in designated areas for their rides. No students should be loitering in any area of campus after school. Students who ride the bus should remain in their classrooms until their bus is called. At that time, they should go directly to their bus. As these are safety issues, students who do not follow these procedures are subject to consequences per the Student Code of Conduct (including being removed from the bus.)

Kleb Library- March Madness

The Championship Round of our March Madness Battle of the Books will conclude this week. Check out who made it to the final game! Voting will take place Monday and Tuesday. Be sure you get your vote in and stay tuned for our winner!

April is Poetry Month!

April is Poetry Month and to celebrate our April Library Challenge is a Poetry Mash Up! Find out more in the Library Course on Schoology or on our Library Website. One entry will win a $10 gift card from the library! Submissions are due April 28th.

End of Year Celebrations

The end of the year is approaching and we will have celebrations and events for students. There will be criteria for all students to meet to participate in the celebrations and events that will be communicated to parents mid-April.

Save the Date!

Student Awards Ceremony: May 22, 2023 (6th) 9:30 a.m., (7th) 2:30 p.m., (8th) 6:30 p.m.
Field Day: (6th) May 23, 2023 & (7th/8th) May 24, 2023
8th Grade Celebration on Campus: May 26, 2023
The next concession stand April 18, 2023.

Student Holiday on Friday, April 7 and Monday, April 10- NO SCHOOL

There will be no school for students on Friday, April 7 or Monday, April 10. School will resume on Tuesday, April 11.

Counselors’ Corner

Schedules: April 5th is the deadline to make changes to schedules for the 2023/2024 school year. Please take a moment to login to Skyward and view your child’s course selections. Contact your grade level counselor if you have any questions or need any changes made to your selections for the upcoming school year.

Watchdog Dads: Kleb is gearing up to launch the Watchdog program. This is a wonderful program that allows dads and guardians the opportunity to volunteer their time to help provide a safer and more secure environment during the school day and at school events. Please take a moment to login and register with Klein ISD as a volunteer. You can register at https://www.kleinisd.net/district/community_relations/kleinvolunteers .

Yoga Club: We are excited to announce that we will have a new yoga club for our Kleb students. There will be an introductory meeting on Tuesday, April 4th in the Library for those interested. There is no fee to join; however, students are asked to provide their own yoga mat. The club will meet every Tuesday and Thursday.

Student Council Hosting School Dance

The Kleb Student Council will be hosting a School Dance on May 5th from 7-9 pm. All students that want to attend must purchase a ticket, must be in dress code, must have paid all of their current fees on SchoolCash and must uphold all behavior expectations in the weeks leading up to the dance. This dance is completely separate from the 8th grade dance that is being put on by parents. For any questions, please email Ms. Scoggins.

School Dance flyer

H.E.R.O.E.S. Graduation

Save the date- H.E.R.O. E. S. Academy Graduation 2023! Location: Klein High, Date: April 20th, Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm, Our HEREOS are Ethan Henderson, Brea McCann, Austin Jackson, Arlie Wright, Jacob Awad, Tristan Daigle, Ashton Brooks, Juan Diaz, Ayden Buckley, Paisley Chapman, and Miller Anderson.

Bearcubs of the Week

Bearcubs of the Week
(LEFT TO RIGHT) Lyla Minori (6), Itzel Ibarra (8), Azan Malik (6), Izaiah Posadas (8),
Haley Bensuk* (7) Eric Huerta* (7)
*not pictured

Lyla is a values driven leader who always thinks, “we” not “me”. She is grateful, kind, joyful, honest and selfless. Azan is an incredible bear cub! He desires to improve and grow by constantly asking for clarity and continuously striving for perfection. He is always on time and polite in class, and grateful for all the opportunities he has. He is always there for his friends and he is a natural leader among his peers. Haley is a pathway explorer who is self reflective and a problem solver. She is innovative and creative. She can be counted on to work with anyone in the class. She can also focus and work on her own. Eric is a kindhearted, humble and empathetic young man. He really goes out of his way to help after class at the end of the day! He does so using his best manners and words of positivity. He is a “we” not “me” thinker and acts on this as well. He has wonderful emotional intelligence and responsiveness. He takes pride in what he does and does not back down from challenges. Itzel demonstrates being a Pathway Explorer because she is optimistic and hopeful. She is committed to serving the greater good by being grateful, kind and joyful. Izaiah is a wonderfully creative problem-solver. Every design he submitted for Tech Theatre was original and made it to the final round of judging. He works hard and is humble.

School Store- Open on Thursdays!

Kleb Store

This Week at Kleb

Monday, April 3
Track Practice (6:30 am)
Strength and Conditioning (4:30 pm)

Tuesday, April 4
Track Practice (6:30 am)
District Track Meet (Field Events, 2400M) (5 pm)
Band Skate Party (5:30 pm)

Wednesday, April 5
Track Practice (6:30 am)
Strength and Conditioning Club (4:30 pm)
District Track Meet (Running Finals) (5 pm)

Thursday, April 6
Track Practice (6:30 am)
Kleb Art Club Field Trip to Museum of Fine Arts (4:30 pm)


Kleb Contacts

Kleb Contacts

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