Website – http://doerre.kleinisd.net
Twitter – @DoerreKISD
Facebook – http://fb.me/DoerreKISD
Phone – (832) 249-5700
Fax – (832) 249-4054
School Hours – 8:45 a.m. to 4:05 p.m.
Rating – Met Standard
Enrollment – 1,224
Mascot – Warriors
Principal – Mandy Land
Assistant Principal – Laurence Domino, Ursula Johnson, Kristan Briggs
Counselor – Tinisha Prevost, Amanda Davis, Brandi Halverson, Mady Edgar
Serving approximately 1,200 students in grades 6, 7 and 8, Doerre (pronounced Door- ee) is one of nine intermediate schools in the Klein Independent School District and is located in northwest Harris County.
Since opening in the fall of 1984, Doerre students have established a reputation for high academic achievement. They consistently score above state and national averages on state-mandated mastery and nationally-normed tests. Doerre received the Texas Successful Schools Outstanding Performance Awards in 1992 and 1993. Each year from 1994- 2003 Doerre was among a select group of schools designated as exemplary by the Texas Successful Schools Award System. Doerre remains a Texas Recognized School. In area competitions, Doerre students consistently win math, speech, and music contests.
Doerre Intermediate is rated as a Met Standard campus in Klein ISD.
The Doerre counselors are committed to meeting the needs of the whole child. The counselors are actively involved by addressing: academic issues, developmental issues, social skills, peer pressure issues, and parent education. The counselors welcome new students by hosting a new student breakfast. In addition the counselors sponsor a student organization called Doerre Chiefs. This group helps new students of all grade levels with their transition to Doerre.
There are many volunteer opportunities at Doerre. Volunteer activities for parents and community members are needed for student incentive and special programs, athletic, academic and arts clubs, concessions, and fundraising.
Doerre Intermediate School is committed to providing an academicallysound and socially-focused learning environment in which all students are given the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential. Special programs include number sense, touch system data entry, professional communication, principals of human services, and career education. Doerre follows alongside the district curriculum for basic instruction, which is listed as follows:
English Language Arts (ELA)
ELA instruction at the intermediate school expands and develops reading and writing skills that are introduced in elementary school. Writing and reading are the core units of study in all three grade levels. Students are taught to write for various audiences, purposes, and modes; grammar skills; and practice techniques in spelling, word usage, punctuation, capitalization, and handwriting. In reading, students apply learned reading skills in both fiction and nonfiction reading selections. The study of literature also increases in intermediate school.
At the intermediate level, students build a foundation of understandings in number, operation, and quantitative reasoning; patterns, relationships, and algebraic thinking; geometry and spatial reasoning; measurement; and probability and statistics.
At the intermediate level students learn science skills and learn to identify components of the solar system including the sun, planets, moon, and asteroids; systems of the human body; and relationship between force and motion.
In grades K-12, students build a foundation in history, geography, economics, government, citizenship, culture, science, technology, 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.
Girls’ athletics has enjoyed successful seasons in volleyball, basketball and track throughout the years. It is a program rich in the tradition of building champions. Girls are pushed to not only become better athletes but develop a strong character as well. Any parent is welcome to support girls’ athletics by attending games and cheering the teams on to victory. For further information on volunteering, please contact the Doerre PTO.
Boys athletics at Doerre has played a major roll in developing young men and good citizens in the community. Programs in football, basketball, track, cross country, swimming, and tennis have had much success and have led Doerre to many championships. We encourage both students and parents to become involved in our athletics programs through attendance at events and volunteering. We look forward to another wonderful year.
Doerre Intermediate offers a variety of extra-curricular activities for students. These clubs include: Anime Club, Campus Life, Chess Club, Destination Imagination, Doerre Chiefs, Doerre Scribes, Spanish Club, Students Council, Math Club, Culture Club, Warriors for Christ & National Junior Honor Society.