Skip To Main Content


Kleb Updates: Week of March 4, 2024

Kleb Updates: Week of March 4, 2024
march madness

March Madness is underway in math classes! What a great way to keep all of our students engaged in the learning!


Staff Member Spotlight: Ms. Lexie Branum

Ms Branum

Mrs. Branum has a true passion for teaching, and her enthusiasm is contagious! She is dedicated to her students' success and she's not afraid to try new things and make learning fun. From engaging activities to creative projects, she gives every student an opportunity to shine!



Bearcubs of the Week


Bearcubs of the Week 03.04.2024

6th Grade 

Neymar Lozano-Orozco respects authority. 

Hailey Lucio works well with others.

7th grade

Richard Phung makes good grades and works hard.

Camila Romero follows the Kleb Core.

8th Grade

Kyra Martinez has exceptional dedication, and a remarkable enthusiasm for learning throughout her time here at Kleb.

Timothy Luu is well-behaved in class and upholds the school's rules.


Volunteers Needed for Teacher Luncheon

Let's thank our teachers with a Soup, Salad and Sweets luncheon! We need your help with store bought items! Please drop off items by 10:30am on Wed 03/06.



Spring Picture Day and 8th grade Panoramic Photo

Spring Picture Day is March 6th during science class. All 8th graders will take their panoramic photo on March 22nd. Payment forms for the panoramic photo can be picked up in and turned into the 8th grade office.


Snack Day

Snack day will be held on March 8th during den. Tickets will be sold during all lunches. Students must have a ID. Anyone with a temp ID will NOT be able to purchase any tickets. Please send your student will cash. Candy is $2.00, chips and drinks are $1.00


Cheer Tryouts and Informational Meeting

Kleb Cheer



To purchase Kleb Gear, click HERE (link)


March Madness: Tournament of Books!

The Kleb Library is hosting a March Madness Tournament of Books! Your reader can find more detailed information on Schoology.  The students with the best predicitons for each of the 4 rounds of the tournament will win a prize! $10 gift card for the highest score and the following 10 will receive a small prize from the library. Talk with your reader about their brackets starting March 4th!


Current Drug Trends: Keeping Your Child Safe

First page of the PDF file: Spring2024NationalDrugTrends


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!


7th Grade Students Need Vaccine Boosters

Students going into 7th grade will need booster vaccines and protection from Meningitis. Contact the school nurse for more information about vaccines and exemptions.


Klein High School Cheer Tryout Information

cheer tryouts klein high



Memory Book and 8th grade Ads

First page of the PDF file: UpdatedKlebMemoryBookSales
First page of the PDF file: Updated8thGradeAds


This Week at Kleb

Monday, March 4- TELPAS Testing

Tuesday, March 5- TELPAS Testing, G/T Expo,

Wednesday, March 6- TELPAS Testing, Spring Picture Day, Choir UIL Contest, Band Pre-UIL Concert (5:30 pm)

Thursday, March 7- TELPAS Testing, Choir UIL Contest, Track Meet (5 pm)


Friday, March 8- TELPAS Testing, Snack Day



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)

Best Public Schools in Texas
Klein ISD has an established 85-year history of excellence and innovation in education with unique pathways for EVERY student in our care to ensure learners are college, career, military, and life ready. With recognition for STEM, athletics, fine arts, and academics from highly-esteemed organizations, it is clear that our shared vision of every student entering with a promise and exiting with a purpose is a reality for EVERY student who walks through our doors.

About Klein ISD
Klein ISD is a school district in Klein, Texas, located in northwestern Harris County. The district spans approximately 88 square miles and serves more than 54,000 students in 33 elementary schools, 10 intermediate campuses, one high school program of choice, and 5 high schools.

Help Us Share Your Story
There are so many incredible individuals in the Klein Family making a lasting impact on our community. We want to recognize and celebrate our leaders and learners that are cultivating talent, building relationships, reimagining learning and making Promise2Purpose a reality daily. Share your story.