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Klein High FFA Celebrates State Awards
Jun 26 2014 - 11:53:00 am
Klein High Future Farmers of America (FFA) have been hard at work on scholarship and proficiency award applications which have paid off. The state has named three members from the Klein chapter as state winners which include the following divisions: Namio Hall (agriculture sales), Madeline Dixon (home and community service) and Rory Tucker (nursery operations).

This summer, each of these ladies will be presented a plaque and a $1,000 scholarship at the Texas FFA State Convention for their achievements. Dixon, who was also a finalist for a Texas FFA Scholarship, will also receive an $18,000 scholarship from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The three students will advance to competition in October at the National FFA Convention.
Klein Oak Graduate to Work in Washington, D.C.
Jun 26 2014 - 11:02:00 am
Since graduating from Klein Oak High in 2011, Victoria Easton went on to major in both history and philosophy at Texas A&M University. Entering her senior year, she is embarking on the opportunity of a lifetime. She is now spending her summer at the nation’s capital as an integral part of the House Committee on Homeland Security.

Easton is one of nineteen 
students selected to participate in the Public Policy Internship Program (PPIP). While in D.C., she’ll get the chance to monitor legislation, attend hearings and briefings and research policy issues for senior staff members.

"This i
nternship gives  our students the opportunity to utilize what they've learned in the classroom and apply it in a real life setting. Not only will this D.C. experience be attractive to future employers, but our students are also providing valuable assistance to the offices in which they intern," says Stephanie McMillen, director of policy internships at Texas A&M.

To learn more about Easton and her experiences, please visit the program’s website at
Klein ISD Education Foundation and Whole Foods Market Teams Up
Jun 24 2014 - 03:52:00 pm
As the newest Whole Foods Market plans its grand opening in the Champions area (Louetta at Cutten intersection) tomorrow, Wednesday, June 25, 2014, the Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) will be the first recipient of the grocery chain's one percent community giving days. As part of Whole Foods Market's commitment to the community, the store is set to donate one percent of earnings that day to the KEF. The two entities are teaming up to help create awareness of the KEF mission and its benefits to the Klein ISD. KEF will have displays, foundation information and the Reading Express Bus available to patrons from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. "Their devotion to giving back to the community in which they serve is truly remarkable," expressed Klein ISD Education Foundation executive director, Cindy Doyle. "We look forward to a longstanding partnership with Whole Foods Market. They seek to serve the whole person, and as a foundation, we seek to serve every child in the district and create well rounded students." The KEF has awarded more than $1.1 million dollars in innovative educator grants and funded special projects such as the Reading Express and the STEAM Express. The Reading Express mobile library is one of many educational initiatives the foundation has brought to the district since it started in 2000. The KEF's latest project is the STEAM Express mobile education trailer which will hit the streets this coming fall. The STEAM Express will include multiple learning centers focusing on science, technology, engineering, arts and math. For more information about the Whole Foods Market Champions, click here. For more information about the KEF, click here.
Bernshausen Elementary Named “No Place for Hate” Campus
Jun 17 2014 - 03:26:00 pm

In its first year, Bernshausen Elementary earned a "No Place for Hate" designation. Bernshausen, along with all other Klein ISD campuses and nearly 400 schools in Texas, received this recognition from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). The ADL acknowledges schools in this manner for their work creating atmospheres that promote tolerance, respect for others and appreciation of diversity. Becoming a part of the movement, the Bengals implemented three programs this past year including Friendship Week, Paint the Community with Peace Week and the mentoring program "Bengal Connection." Staff and community members also signed a Resolution of Respect, and promised the community to act respectfully towards all individuals at the campus.
Klein High School Junior to Join Boston Music Institute this Summer
Jun 17 2014 - 03:25:00 pm
Klein High soprano singer, Whitney Wells, will attend the Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI), in Lenox, Massachusetts this summer as part of its national chorus. Whitney was selected through a rigorous application and audition process that includes of national and international musicians. Led by BUTI director Phyllis Hoffman, the chorus along with the wind ensemble and orchestra, will perform in a series of concerts in Ozawa Hall at BUTI from July 12 – Aug. 9.
Klein ISD Participates in Summer Meals Program
Jun 17 2014 - 03:25:00 pm
During the summer, the Klein ISD will serve meals at no charge to anyone 18 years and younger at the campuses listed below. Please contact the front office at each campus for more information about the dates and times meals will be available.

Elementary Schools:

High School:





Klein Forest

Intermediate School:

Other Facilities:



Klein Annex

Klein Forest Student Receives Lifetime Award Prior to Graduation
Jun 05 2014 - 03:37:00 pm

Senior Marvyn Ross will walk across the stage this weekend with his fellow Klein Forest classmates, but he’s achieved one thing not many other people have. He’s receiving the “Lifetime Perfect Attendance Award” which is only conferred to students who have not missed a single class in the past 14 years. 


“It means a lot to me to receive this and hopefully it will help me strive to do the same thing in college,” Ross says.


He believes it was all possible with the help of his mother pushing him to get up each day. In the fall, he’ll be attending Sam Houston State University where he plans to major in nursing. 

Klein Teams Perform Well at Destination ImagiNation Globals
Jun 05 2014 - 03:26:00 pm

Nine Destination ImagiNation (DI) teams from Klein ISD recently attended the global competition in Knoxville, TN and earned many awards for their efforts.


DI is an organization whose purpose is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Their challenge program enables student teams to compete in categories such as STEM, Improv, Visual Arts, Service Learning and Early Learning. For more information on Destination ImagiNation, click here.


Congratulations to all Klein ISD teams for their hard work. To view submitted photos, click here. 



Student Members



8 out of 52

Billy Eaton, Sydney Shell, Ava Bryant, Emma Osborne, Samuel Hollier, Emerson Lane, Malynn Ward

Going to Extremes


30 out of 80

Jillian Morow, Amanda Conroy, Maggie Acker, Yasmeen Welch, Hibah Majeed, Maya Poduval

Laugh Art Loud


18 out of 61

Emily Nguyen, Isbah Usmani, Bella Jimenez, Olivia Blume, Jasmine Vonk


Pitch & Play


25 out of 40

Allie Maeker, Anna Grace Stockton, Becca Wilson, Kayla Bierne


Pitch & Play


38 out of 95

Julianna Stevens, Nehemiah Houston, Taylor Aguilar, Cindy Nguyen, Garrett Parker, Derek She, Hannah Rushton


Tension Builds


16 out of 80

Amedeo Ammutinato, Alek Jordan, Annaliese Kramer, Julia Spanos, Rebecca Walsh, Arielle Westfall, Connor Wysocki



Klein Collins

29 out of 46

Cherilyn Hwang, Haylee Munsinger, Kiana Rideaux, Rebeca Rodriguez


Pitch & Play


7 out of 69

Brooke Faherty, Savannah Hill, Tyler Lee, Kaitlyn Menard, Elisa Mundy, Kelly Quinn, Julia Shaw


Pitch & Play


16 out of 92

Sara Davidson, Mackenzie Essner, Morgan Bean, Matthew Guzman, Pablo Jiminez, Adrian Govea, Chase Holmes

Laugh Art Loud

Greenwood Forest Garden Club Partners with Klein Forest
Jun 05 2014 - 03:22:00 pm

Student written story focuses on the impact of local group

As the Greenwood Forest Home and Garden Club members enter the Greenwood Forest clubhouse for their Christmas breakfast, their eyes settle on the beautiful centerpieces created by the Klein Forest High School Floral Design Department.


 “I enjoy this partnership very much,” Doris Johnson said. “Exposing young students to horticulture and floral design is beneficial.”


The partnership is a continued relationship between the garden club members and floral design students, strengthening bonds as they work together.


 “I thoroughly appreciate this project,” Wilma Colbert said. “It is worth it to help others to educate themselves in what we enjoy.”


Initially, the garden club awarded one $500 scholarship to a horticulture major; however, many students don’t decide they will major in horticulture until their early to mid-years in college. With the garden club’s constant lending hand, they are able to expose these kids to horticulture early, so that their interest grows throughout the years. 


With Klein Forest’s Floral Design teacher Amanda Simmons’ creative thinking, she asked if they could divide the scholarship into five $100 awards and garden club members agreed. Scholarship recipients use the award to pay for the cost of the floral design certification.


“This way, we are able to broaden our impact on more students,” Johnson said. 


Working with the kids not only brings joy to the women, but also benefits and serves as a great impact on those who are awarded the scholarship.


“We had a student come to us thanking us for giving her the opportunity to be able to take the certification exam,” Johnson said. “She was the first in her family to be going off to college and this scholarship allowed her to do what she loves and get a job.”


Accomplishing the goal of partnering to make a change in lives means everything to the members and Simmons.


“This really means a lot to us,” Simmons said. “This is a hand in hand partnership, and we both help out as much as we possibly can.”


The Greenwood Forest Home and Garden Club participates in other projects including seasonal mini competitions such as the Christmas centerpiece contest, an opportunity for horticulture and floral design students to earn money and prizes. Other projects include garage sales and fundraisers.


The continued partnership between the garden club and Klein Forest has remained strong the past six years and has since grown even stronger.


“I have always been fond of the program,” Colbert said. “And it is becoming more exciting and I have grown even fonder as we continue on.”

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