Hurricane Harvey Update from Superintendent Bret Champion: Letter Video

Thanks to our wonderful Klein ISD community for all the support you have given us over the last week. For those wishing to help Klein ISD and Klein ISD families/staff affected by Hurricane Harvey, please consider making a contribution by clicking here and choosing Hurricane Harvey Floods of 2017. 

***The Texas Education Agency approved the Klein ISD Missed School Day waiver for the seven days the district missed and the additional day missed by Lemm Elementary as a result of Hurricane Harvey.***

Due to the Hurricane Harvey catastrophic event, the regular September board meeting and audit committee meeting have been postponed to Sept. 18.

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For information regarding the PTO, Tuesday folders, Campus Kids, Parent Information and the Gifted and Talented Program, please refer to the quicklinks button above.

Community Dialogue

New Student Enrollment

If you are enrolling a new student in our school, please make sure you have copies of the following:
Shot records, birth certificate, social security card-suggested but not required.
You will also need proof of residency (gas, light, water bill, current lease or closing papers). Phone bills cannot be accepted

Klein Annual Report
The Klein Independent School District is sharing information about the district and your child’s campus with you as part of Klein Independent School District’s obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB).  Federal Report Cards for the state as a whole, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available on the district’s web site at this link:

 If you have difficulty accessing the information from the web site, hard copies of the reports are available through the campus principal’s office.






In Klein ISD, we share a vision that every student enters with a promise
and exits with a purpose. We will achieve that vision with a focus on pathways,
challenge, equity, leadership, and continuous improvement.  Our team at
Schultz is working hard to make this shared vision a reality for every student
in Klein ISD.  Check out to learn more about the great
work happening throughoutour district connected to our Promise2Purpose vision.
To learn more about all the many pathways available to our students in Klein ISD,

We’re thankful for all that you do as Schultz Eagle parents and families to partner
with us in fulfilling our promise to our students that they will exit Klein ISD with a purpose!

The window for Gifted and Talented (GT) identification is now open. If you
feel your child shows GT characteristics and you would like to have him/her
screened, please
utilize the link or QR code to request that your child be
tested for GT.  This is the first step in the referral process. Once this is
completed, the district will send additional forms to our campus for parents
to complete as part of the screening process.  The referral window is
open until Sept. 29th  and all paperwork must be completed by that date.

New this year, all 2nd grade students will participate in a Universal Screener. Therefore,
2nd grade students will NOT need to be referred via this online form. 

If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Turk at or          

September 11-29: Gifted and Talented Parent Referral Window
September 20: Volunteer Meet & Greet 9:00 am 
September 21: WatchDog Dad sign up 6:30 pm
September 25: Book Fair Week begins
September 25-29: Friendship Week
Monday: Wear pajamas because we are "dreaming" of a great school year with new friends!
Tuesday: Wear a team jersey because we are TEAM SCHULTZ and work together to be a good friend.
Wednesday: Wear a superhero shirt or cape to show the superhero in you.
Thursday: Wear neon colors because we "highlight" positive relationships at Schultz
Friday: Wear sunglasses to "block out" mean and negative words. 

October 3: Book Parade 9am (Dress like your favorite story book character)
October 16: No School

School Supplies

Schultz Spirit Shirts:
Please click here to order your child's spirit shirt.

5th and 8th STAAR reports available via Family Access:

Parents you can now access 5th and/or 8th grade student’s STAAR results using a unique
access code via Skyward Family Access. Use the STAAR access code and your student’s date
of birth to access STAAR scores via the Texas Assessment Data Portal.  Included in the link
below are directions showing how to pull this information as well as a short description of
the new performance labels.  

Direction link:


Effective, August 22, 2016, the new Texas law changes the school year from 180 days to 75, 600 minutes. 

Students are not permitted in the building prior to 7:50 a.m. unless they are eating breakfast or participating in a before
school activity, such as choir, drums, orffestra, or jogging club. In these situations, students will wait on the front porch
until the club sponsor escorts them in the building. Thank you for your cooperation.

7:30 a.m. - Students buying breakfast are permitted to enter the building and will go to the cafeteria.
7:50 a.m. - Students enter the building and report to homerooms.
8:05 a.m. - Morning announcements begin
8:15 a.m. - Tardy bell rings: instructional day begins
3:35 p.m. - Instructional day ends; dismissal begins

**Parents, we need your help getting your child to school on time each day. Students not seated in their classroom seat at
8:15 a.m. will be counted tardy. 

**We are unable to accommodate early dismissals after 2:50 p.m. Thank you for your understanding.

Klein ISD is dedicated to academic achievement and success for all students.  Regular school attendance is
essential for success in school and in life.  Students who are absent from school miss out on learning. Students
who are tardy or absent from school miss out on learning. Families play a key role in making sure students get
to school safely and arrive on time every day. Having good attendance will benefit your child, so remember
Attendance Counts, Every day….Everyone!

The following policy is in effect for Schultz Elementary:

Each campus in the Klein ISD is to have a tardy policy in place. The following policy is in effect for
Schultz Elementary:

*4 tardies – Tardy letter sent home

*5 tardies  - Phone call home and students serves 1 day after school detention; loss of eligibility for that nine week’s perfect attendance award.

*7 tardies – Principal call home and students served 2 days after school detention; all before and after school activities suspended until next grading period.


 1) All students will be assigned a car rider number
 2) Students are expected to memorize that number and listen for it to be called
 3) All students wait inside the building until their number is called
 4) Safety patrols are on duty to assist with loading/unloading cars
 5) Sometimes, parents are late picking up their child.  If this happens, students will remain inside and will sit
in the office until their parent comes to sign them out. 
 6) Please talk to your child and stress the importance of staying inside the building.  Students are not allowed
to wait for their parents under the tree or by the flag pole. 
 7) No cell phone usage during carpool.
 8) Parents, please stay in your car and pull forward.

Thanks for keeping our carpool line safe and running smoothly.   Student safety is our #1 priority.

Click here to find out what your students miss, even when they are only 5 minutes late to school.

Please refrain from eating lunch with your child until September 11th. We would like to get students used to our lunch room procedures before parents attend.

 In order to accommodate the increased number of visitors in the cafeteria during lunch, parent lunch visits are limited
 to once per month. We have assigned days for you to come and enjoy lunch with your child. You are always welcome
 to drop lunch off to your child, but if you wish to stay and eat, please do so on the following day:

Mondays- 1st Grade
Tuesdays - 2nd Grade
Wednesdays -  3rd Grade & k: Rejas-Cantu, Morgan, Downey
Thursdays - 4th Grade 
Fridays - 5th Grade & K:-Borque, Allen

Thank you for your cooperation & understanding!

Do you want to block your child's lunch account? Please click on the lollipop above to find out how to
 do that. 

Please assist us in the handling of custody related issues. It is the responsibility of the parents to provide the principal
a certified copy of the court order affecting any other person's right to their children. Should you have any questions
please call Mrs. Davenport. 

Community Resource and Referral Guide
Is Your Residence Housing Uncertain?
¿Te hace falta una dirección de domicilio permanente?

Shooting fireworks or explosive devices of any kind in the building or on the campus, at any time, during the day 

or night, is forbidden.  Students with such paraphernalia in their possession on the campus will be subject to
suspension or expulsion.

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