Haude Elementary

Campus Snapshot

School Info

Website – http://haude.kleinisd.net

Twitter – @HaudeKISD

Facebook – http://fb.me/HaudeKISD

Phone – (832) 484-5600

Fax – (832) 484-7862

School Hours – 8:05 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.

Rating – Met Standard

Enrollment – 775

Mascot – Jaguars

Principal – Rachel Wall

Assistant Principal – Charlotte Thomas

Counselor – Viki Varga

School History

The Haude family arrived in America from Germany in 1851 after a six week journey by ship. The family purchased land in Spring, Texas, and it was used for cattle raising and farming. In 1968, a portion of the land was sold to Klein ISD with the stipulation that a school would be named for the family. When Haude Elementary School opened on January 12, 1971, it was a new era for the district in school construction. This new flexible-space school was constructed on a ten-acre site at the corner of Louetta and Haude Roads. Haude Elementary was designed to serve as a pilot school for curriculum and design for other elementary schools that would be constructed in the district.

School Rating

Haude Elementary is rated as a Met Standard campus in Klein ISD and received two Distinction Designations - Reading/ELA and Science.

Counseling Program

  • Classroom guidance lessons in all grade levels
  • Individual and small group counseling
  • Mentoring by Haude staff and the Klein Collins National Honor Society No Place for Hate School designation since 2008
  • Red Ribbon activities yearly

Parent Involvement

Haude Elementary has a very active PTO and volunteer program. Parents volunteer in the library, workroom, computer and science labs, and cafeteria. They also serve as classroom readers in the primary grades. Other opportunities include: room parents, field trip chaperones, and fifth grade appreciation. The PTO provides a variety of cultural arts programs for the students throughout each year. They also support the school monetarily in numerous ways depending upon the needs.

Core Curriculum

Haude follows the Klein ISD curriculum for all subjects. Technology is integrated into all areas of instruction.

English Language Arts

In the elementary ELA program, the emphasis is on the development of fundamental reading and writing skills. Reading instruction includes training in phonics, structural analysis, sight word recognition, context clues, vocabulary development, comprehension, study skills, and literary appreciation. Writing instruction teaches students how to use written language appropriately. Instruction includes specific training in grammar, spelling, handwriting, word usage, punctuation, and capitalization, as well as more generalized training in composing written expressions. Skills in speaking and listening are also taught with the instruction for reading and writing.


At the elementary level, students build a foundation of basic understandings for the following: number operation and quantitative reasoning; patterns, relationships, and algebraic thinking; geometry and spatial reasoning; measurement; and probability and statistics.


At the elementary level, students learn science basic skills and how to identify components of the natural world. Students study life, earth, and physical science concepts.

Social Studies

In grades K-12, students build a foundation in history, geography, economics, government, citizenship, culture, science, technology and society, and social studies skills. The content, as appropriate for the grade level or course, enables students to understand the importance of patriotism, function in a free enterprise society, and appreciate the basic democratic values of our state and nation.

Special Programs

Currently, several before and after school student activities are voluntarily provided by staff members and others may be added.

These include:

  • Jogging Club (grades 2-3)
  • Choir (grades 3-5 )
  • Tone Chimes (grades 4-5)
  • Safety Patrol (grade 5)
  • Orchestra/Strings (grade 5)