21 Years in a Row
Benignus received a Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) grant to fund the Cha-Cha Chomp Garden project for bilingual 5th graders.
Benignus received a Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) grant to fund the ‘I Like Large Print and I Cannot Lie’ program to improve readers of all levels.
The Klein ISD Fine Arts Department recently received a grant from the Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) to pioneer and host the inaugural Klein ISD Fine Arts Festival in May 2024.
The Klein ISD Special Education Department was recently honored with a grant from the Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) to establish the ‘Bridge Center Bistro.’
Grace England Early Childhood Center was recently honored with a grant from the Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) that aims to extend their educational reach beyond books.
Klein Cain High School recently received a grant from the Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) to create a more positive and supportive environment for students, staff, and the entire school community.
Kleb Intermediate recently received a grant from the Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF), sparking an exciting opportunity for students to immerse themselves in independent reading in a completely new and engaging manner- by equipping each student with an LED flashlight to use for their reading time.
Doerre Intermediate received a Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) grant to unite students through literature with The Language Lounge.
Klein High School received a Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) grant to fund the ‘Score Big with Behavior’ program.
Lemm received a Klein ISD Education Foundation (KEF) grant for the “ As a Matter of Fact” program to improve the math skills of 4th and 5th graders.
The Klein ISD Board of Trustees recognized an outstanding McDougle Elementary educator and two outstanding students at the November Board meeting for their dedication to success in the classroom.
In a corner of Haude Elementary School's library, the soft click of crochet hooks and the hum of laughter have become a common melody.
The Klein ISD Board of Trustees recognized a phenomenal Klein Intermediate educator and two outstanding students at the November Board meeting for their dedication to success in the classroom.
Klein, TX – After 18 years of service to the Klein ISD Board of Trustees, distinguished Klein ISD Trustee Georgan Reitmeier has retired, choosing not to run for reelection.
Mr. Adrian Sendejas is a businessman.
“It may sound a bit cliché, but the truth is I am in the business of making good people,” he said. “I want to help build my students into people who are responsible, make good and thoughtful decisions, and strengthen our community.”
Klein Champions athletes from various Klein ISD campuses recently participated in the Fall Classic, a Special Olympics Texas State Competition. This event showcased the remarkable impact of inclusion and unity in sports.
We hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. We are writing to inform you of an important update regarding our upcoming Veterans Day celebration.
“I see the best in you, so I expect the best from you,” are words Frank Elementary music teacher and choir instructor Ms. Kaylyn Sharp says to her students daily. She is in her 17th year of teaching at the school and is still as passionate today about her role in students’ lives as she was on her first day.
Under the mentorship of their dedicated teacher, Mr. Marker Case, students at Schindewolf Intermediate are taking their classroom learning to new heights. These young minds are not just solving equations or memorizing facts; they are applying their skills to make a real-world impact on the lives of others.
Our students are at the center of everything we do in Klein ISD, and our work centers on a singular, shared vision that Every Student Enters With A Promise and Exits With A Purpose.
Klein ISD supports the success of every student by focusing on three strategic priorities—Cultivate Talent, Build Community, Reimagine Learning.
Three Guiding Documents created collectively in the community define our culture by describing the aspirational and inspirational attributes of a Klein ISD Learner, Leader, and High-Quality Teaching.
Lee has been part of the #KleinFamily since he was 3 years old when his dad became the soccer coach at Klein High School. Lee met his wife when he was a student at Klein High, and now they are raising all three of their kids in Klein. Lee and his brother opened uScore Soccer right in the heart of Klein to give back to the community that gave so much to his family.
Zeke grew up in foster care and met Klein High Counselor Katy Keener when he was a Freshman. Katy took the time to get to know him and encourage him to pursue his dreams of going to college. Today, 10 years later, Zeke credits Katy with helping him become the man he is today.
Edwin G. Theiss, affectionately known as Butch, has seen Klein grow from a small farming community to a large suburban destination for families and businesses alike. Butch joined us to tell his story in the historic Kohrville schoolhouse, one of the first school buildings in Klein ISD and one of the last still standing.
As a Klein High Class of 1975 Graduate, Lyle remembers walking through the lunch line and seeing a picture of his mom’s graduating class – class of 1945! Lyle is proud of the tradition of excellence in academics as well as the arts and contributes much of his success to his time here in Klein ISD.