Kleb Updates: Week of April 24, 2023

STAAR Test: This Week!

Our campus will be closed to visitors for STAAR Testing April 26, April 27, May 3, and May 4. Please make arrangements for your student to be in attendance and avoid early checkouts or late check-ins for appointments on these days. Additionally, students will leave their Chromebooks and chargers in their testing classrooms the night before each test. Please help us make sure all of our Bearcubs do their best!

3rd Party Deliveries

Students are NOT allowed to order, or have any 3rd party delivery, to the school during lunchtime. Parents are only allowed to bring lunch to their student- excluding lunch for their friends. This is for the safety and the health of all of our Bearcub students.

Student Council Dance- Ticket Sales End Friday!

The cutoff date for students to request/pay for dance tickets is Friday April 28th. There are very few tickets left and spots are limited. To request a ticket to be added to your SchoolCash account your student needs to go to the KLEB ALL Schoology page—->Updates Section to find the Google form. Once they fill out the Google form, we will confirm that they have no outstanding SchoolCash fees. If your student requested a dance ticket and it is not in your account yet, it might be because you have outstanding SchoolCash fees that need to be paid. Students cannot attend the dance if they have outstanding fees.
Once you have paid for a dance ticket, please inform your student that they will NOT be allowed into the dance if they do not have their student ID around their neck. Temporary sticker IDs do not count.
Dance attendees’ behavior will be monitored in the weeks leading up to the dance, and if students are not following the Bearcub Matrix, they will not be allowed to attend the dance.

If you have questions regarding the dance, please email hscoggins1@kleinisd.net.
If you have questions regarding dance tickets/SchoolCash fees, please email kkilbourn1@kleinisd.net.

Bearcubs of the Week

Bearcubs of the Week
left to right Sierra Gette (6), Juan Diaz Jr (6), Jameson Nunez (7), Jake Lanclos (7), Olivia Olson (8), Shane Cooper (8)

Sierra is a Forever Learner who is cheerful, helpful, studious, inquisitive, friendly, and a joy to be around. She is surrounded by peers that respect her. Juan is optimistic and humble, while showing good behavior. He gives his all in his studies and is a willing participant in class. He is a budding leader. Jameson is a Pathway Explorer who is self-disciplined and great at problem-solving. She is dependable and trustworthy. Jameson is both creative and smart, and she works well with every student in class. Jake is an overcomer who approaches class with determination and discipline to complete his work with fidelity. He embraces daily challenges, but always perseveres no matter the challenge. His attitude is always pleasant, accommodating, well-mannered and he displays humility with each challenge he faces. He works well with others and is a pleasure to have in class. Olivia has been such a pathway explorer from the first day she walked into my class. Not only is she a goal-oriented problem solver, but she is self disciplined and strives to be her best daily regardless of what is going on around her. She has amazing writing and drawing skills and ability to remember details. Olivia’s innovative and creative mindset always sets her up for greatness. She is always optimistic and hopeful, striving to put her best foot forward in all that she does. Shane is a Values-Drive Leader! He exemplifies kindness, gentleness, and self-control. Shane is a light in class and his smile and selflessness earned him the nickname of “Sunshine”.

Student ID Badges

Please ensure that your student has their school-issued ID badge and wears it around their neck every day at school. ID badges are required at all times, to get food at breakfast/lunch, to check out books in the library, to participate in school activities and after-school activities. Once a new ID badge/sleeve/lanyard has been requested by a student on Schoology, parents must go onto SchoolCash and pay the fees BEFORE those items can be disbursed to students. All fees must be paid in order to participate in end of year celebration activities.

End-of-Year Celebrations

The end of the year is approaching and we will have celebrations and events for students. The criteria for all students to meet in order to participate in the celebrations and events was communicated to parents earlier this month.

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

Kleb Library: 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.

Lone Star College Presentation

On May 1, Lone Star College will present during Den in both English and Spanish: How to be involved in extracurricular activities (clubs, organizations).

This Week at Kleb

Monday, April 24
Swim Practice (7 am)
Strength and Conditioning Club (4:30 pm)
Tennis Practice (4:30 pm)

Tuesday, April 25
UIL Symphonic Band
Swim Practice (7 am)
Tennis Practice (4:30 pm)

Wednesday, April 26- STAAR Reading
UIL Symphonic Band

Thursday, April 27- STAAR Social Studies
Tennis Match @ Klein Oak HS (5 pm)
Swim Meet @ Klein Cain HS (5:30 pm)

Friday, April 28- Makeup STAAR
Region Choir Clinic and Concert
UIL Orchestra

Saturday, April 29
Band performs at Gator Music Festival (McAdams Junior High)

Kleb Contacts

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