KLEIN, TX – ICI Construction, Inc. made a $10,000 donation to the Klein ISD to help provide additional financial support for the purchase of school supplies for students.
“We are privileged to work with the Klein Independent School District and the Klein ISD Education Foundation to help ensure that every child has the necessary tools for success,” ICI Senior Project Manager Tom Cobb said.
The donated school supplies will benefit students at Benfer, Bernshausen, Ehrhardt, Eiland, Epps Island, Greenwood Forest, Kaiser, Klenk, Kohrville, Krahn, McDougle, Nitsch, and Theiss elementary schools, Klein Intermediate, Wunderlich Intermediate, Klein Annex, and Vistas High School Program.
“We enjoy the opportunity to provide financial support for the purchase of school supplies for the children in the Klein school district that could not otherwise provide their own,” Cobb said.
This is the fifth consecutive year ICI Construction, Inc. has donated to help purchase school supplies for Klein ISD students.
ICI Construction, Inc. made a $10,000 donation to the Klein ISD to help provide additional financial support for the purchase of school supplies for students.
Pictured are Robert Robertson, Associate Superintendent for Facility & School Services for the Klein ISD, Dr. Jim Cain, Klein ISD Superintendent, Tom Cobb, Senior Project Manager for ICI Construction, Inc., Cassandra Christian, Bernshausen Elementary Principal, and Vicki Bland, Kohrville Elementary Principal.
KLEIN, TX – The Klein ISD will again offer free and reduced-price meals and breakfasts to students eligible for the program during the 2014–2015 school year. Parents may contact their school for an application to enroll their child/children in the program, or can complete the application online at http://kleinfood.kleinisd.net.
The application must be filled out completely and returned to the campus principal as soon as possible for immediate processing. Note: incomplete applications will create a delay in the child’s participation in the program. Klein ISD students who were on the program during June 2014, will continue on the program when school starts, but will be deleted from the program if a new application for the 2014–2015 school year is not submitted within 30 operating days from the first day of school.
The application must include the following:
- total household income or SNAP/TANF case number
- names of all current Klein ISD students, with grade level and campus assignments
- names of all household members
- signature and the last four digits of the social security number (or the word “none” if not available) of one adult household member
The household income guidelines for determining free and reduced-price benefits are listed below:
Klein ISD Nutrition and Food Services
All information provided on applications is handled confidentially and is used solely to determine eligibility and to verify data. The Klein ISD offers free and reduced-price lunches and breakfasts for those students who live in households in which family finances temporarily or permanently make them eligible. Parents who have questions or who may need help in filling out the application may contact the Klein ISD Nutrition and Food Services Office for assistance at 832-249-4610.
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KLEIN, TX – All Klein ISD schools received overall ratings of either Exemplary or Recognized for community and student engagement as set forth under House Bill 5.
House Bill 5, which was passed last year, requires all Texas school districts to evaluate their overall district performance and the performance of each campus in regard to community and student engagement.
Each Klein ISD campus was evaluated for community and parent involvement, wellness and physical education, 21st century workforce development, second language acquisition programs, dropout prevention strategies, the digital learning environment, programs for gifted and talented students, fine arts, and overall performance.
Of the 44 Klein ISD campuses evaluated, all were in compliance for state regulations with the majority receiving exemplary scores. Campuses which received an overall exemplary rating had to demonstrate high levels of achievement in most of the evaluation categories. To view district and campus results, click here
On-time graduation rates for the Klein ISD Class of 2013 rose to 91.9 percent last year.
The rate represents a 1.2 percent gain over the Class of 2012 and the fourth year in a row the district has seen an increase in its graduation rate. The state classifies graduating “on-time” as earning a high school diploma or equivalent within 4 years of entering the ninth grade.
Klein ISD Superintendent Dr. Jim Cain issued the following statement on the latest on-time high school graduation rates released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
“The Klein ISD continues to be a leader in education for the state and country by consistently graduating seniors on time that are ready for college or career,” Dr. Cain said. “Students from the Class of 2013 should be proud of their accomplishments, as well as all the teachers, support staff and administrators who put in the many hours needed to make this possible.”
On-time graduation rates across the state rose to 88 percent for the Class of 2013. The state graduation rate for the Class of 2013 is 0.3 percentage points higher than the previous record set by the Class of 2012 and marks the sixth consecutive year the rate has increased at the state level.
The latest graduation figures are among the findings highlighted in the Texas Education Agency’s report, Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools, 2012-13.
To read the complete Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools 2012-13 report, visit the TEA website at http://www.tea.state.tx.us