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Kleb Updates: Week of April 1, 2024

Kleb Updates: Week of April 1, 2024

Staff Member Spotlight: Ms. Megan Trent

Mrs. Trent has a knack for making learning fun and engaging for her students, but her passion goes beyond just the lessons. She is a champion for her students' success and is always finding new ways to help them thrive. She is a true gem on our 8th grade Social Studies team and her students are lucky to have her! 


Bearcubs of the Week

Bearcubs of the Week 04.01.2024

Jet Hernandez has a great attitude.

Anna Jackson is always willing to help others.

Darin Rossenbach follows the school rules and has a positive attitude.

Madison Philpot respects authority.

Miguel Tuazon follows the Kleb Core.

Aria Crews shows self control.


STAAR Testing

STAAR ELA Testing will begin on April 16th.  This date falls after a student holiday and teacher work day.  Students will leave their computers and chargers in their testing rooms on April 12th.  We will have a closed campus on April 16th, 23rd, 25th, and 30th.  


Memory Books On Sale

First page of the PDF file: OrderNowFlyer



April Beanstack Challenge

April is here and so is another Beanstack Reading Challenge.  Read and log minutes into the "Spring Into Reading" Beanstack Reading Challenge for a chance to be a Top 10 reader! Top 10 readers will attend a coke float and boardgame party during DEN at the end of the month! 


Course Verifications

Students will receive course verification sheets next week during their 1st period class. The course verification sheet will indicate your student's selected courses for the 2024-25 school year. Please verify the levels of classes (Regular, KP, etc.) and electives of choice are correct (Art, P.E., Spanish). Any changes must be noted on the form. Parents/guardians please review and verify that the information on the form is correct and sign. Have your student submit the form to their grade level counselor.


School Store (link)


PBIS Donations Needed

The PBIS team is hard at work planning future events and incentives for our students.  We would like to continue recognizing students who have good grades, good attendance, no office referrals, and good character.  If you would like to donate to the PBIS incentives it would be greatly appreciated. We have a need for individual packages of cookies, chips, and candy.  An Amazon Wishlist is linked here. You can also buy on your own and drop off at the front office of the school. Thanks for your support!


This Week at Kleb

Monday, April 1- 

Tuesday, April 2- District Track Meet

Wednesday, April 3- Theater One-Act Play Rehearsal, District Track Meet

Thursday, April 4- Theater One-Act Play

Friday, April 5- 


No Third Party Food Deliveries

Students are not allowed to receive third-party food deliveries, such as Uber Eats and Door Dash, etc.


Kleb Arrival and Departure Procedures

At Kleb Intermediate we want to create a safe environment for all students as they arrive and leave school. The parking lot is shared with Klein High School students, Kleb staff and construction site workers.   

We would like to remind parents of the expectations of the car rider line so that we can have a safe and orderly arrival and departure:

  • Students must be picked up in the car rider line. 

  • Use the two lines we have provided while our building is being reconstructed.

  • Do not have your child cross between moving cars.

  • Drive 5mph in the parking lot.

  • Wait in your cars.

  • Walkers should follow the protected path near the green fence or the sidewalk that leads to Lyons road.  No students should be walking through the parking lot.

  • Adhere to the directions that are given by the school personnel or the KISD Police officer(s).

We ask for parental cooperation and patience as it will be critical to the success of what we are trying to accomplish. Thank you in advance for working with us to create a culture where children's safety is our priority. 


ID Policy

Please make sure your student wears their school-issued ID badge every day at school. Students must wear their ID badges around their neck all day, every day, and must have them to purchase food, check out library books, get on the bus, and more. Consequences will be given to students who continuously do not wear their IDs at school.


Early Dismissals:

Early dismissals cut off at 3:30 pm daily. If you need to schedule a pickup in advance, please use any of the following methods to do so. Email:; 832.249.5495; or SKYWARD

Attendance Counts Website


Family Curriculum Guides (link)


Teacher Achieving Excellence Form (link)

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