Website – http://klenk.kleinisd.net
Twitter – @KlenkKISD
Facebook – http://fb.me/KlenkKISD
Phone – (832) 484-6800
Fax – (832) 484-7866
School Hours – 8:05 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.
Rating – Met Standard
Enrollment – 868
Mascot – Cougars
Principal – Allie Martin
Assistant Principals – Teresa DeAlba, Gayle Fuchs
Counselor – Patricia Rauda, Reeshimah Davis
Klenk Elementary in Klein ISD opened on Aug. 24, 1992. Klein ISD is named after early German settlers in the Spring/Klein area. Friedericke Klenk came to America in 1848 as the bride of Adam Klein. They eventually settled in Northwest Harris County and farmed. Years later, Friedericke Klenk Klein’s nephews, Christian, Carl, and Gottlieb Klenk settled in the area near their aunt. Christian Klenk bought 450 acres of land and farmed and did carpentry work. Klenk Elementary is named after the descendent’s of Christian Klenk.
Klenk Elementary is rated as a Met Standard campus in Klein ISD and received Designations in Math, Top 25 percent Student Progress, Science, Closing the Performance Gap, and Post Secondary Readiness.
Klenk’s counseling program emphasizes character education and is structured to support our students, faculty/staff, parents, and community. Character education and school support are achieved through communication, individual counseling, guidance lessons, small groups, crisis intervention, and program implementation. Klenk’s counselor helps facilitate our at-risk students and serves on the GT committee.
Klenk Elementary is a Title I campus and is fortunate to have a full-time parent liaison. The parent liaison not only assists parents with translations, but also assists administration in promoting parent involvement in many ways. We encourage our parents and community to become volunteers and get involved on campus.
Klenk provides students with a state and district supported curriculum that enhances their learning in the classroom. The staff and teachers are dedicated to the success of each student, and continuously provide programs and lessons to help students excel. Click the titles for more.
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 understanding 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 foundational skills and how to identify components of the natural world. Students study life, earth, and physical science concepts.
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.
Klenk Elementary is a wonderful school with aspiring students and caring teachers. Klenk is known for its wide multi-cultural student body with more than 25 different languages spoken by students, parents, and teachers. Klenk has maintained its Recognized status with the state for five consecutive years and will continue to strive for Exemplary. Klenk Elementary vision is to provide curriculum and instructional support programs that enhance each student’s academic and personal potential so that each student becomes a highly intelligent and productive citizen.
- Grade level mobile carts for instructional/student use
- Web-based intervention in the computer lab
- Virtual field trips via the videoconferencing
- Field trips to Wunderlich Farms, Barbara Bush Museum, Wunderlich Intermediate, Science Museum
- Holiday Musical
- Cougar Radio
- School Song
- Veteran’s Day Observance
- Xylophone Programs
- Third Grade Choir
- Fifth Grade Orchestra
- Go Texan Day Musical
- IN-LINE skating program
- Go Texan Day
- Field Day
- Rodeo Art
- School Hallway Displays
- Mod Art Displays