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                        Kreinhop Elementary School
                                     Nurturing Hearts: Expecting Excellence

  13-17 - Paint the Community with Peace Week - Participation Days listed here
  14 - PTO Carnation Sales
  20 - Student Holiday
  22 - 4th Grade Field Trip
  23 - Science/Technology Night - 6pm
   3 - Hoe Down/Go Texan Day
        RSVP -
  10 - Field Day
  13-17 - Spring Break

Thank you Spring Creek Barbecue for hosting our spirit night!

The February edition of "The Howler" is out!  Check it out!

Celebrating the rich and varied culture of Klein through food!

Please help us celebrate the cultures that form Klein’s diverse community. The Unite for Understanding Council of Klein is spearheading a cultural cookbook project! This cookbook is in creation to celebrate the myriad of cultures that make up the Klein community through the best recipes from around the globe. We are using the month of February to collect recipes from across the district and begin a database of recipes to form a formal ebook for distribution to the community. This is an exciting way to make a free product for the community, by the community, and create a snapshot of the diversity of Klein. Join us in this exciting project by submitting your favorite family recipe!

Feel free to share your family foods and traditions by submitting recipes, stories and photos in this form:
TEA 2015-2016 School Report Card for Kreinhop Elementary


2016-2017 SCHOOL HOURS
7:50 - Students may enter the building.
8:10 - School Starts/announcements begin.
8:15 - Tardy Bell rings.
3:20 - Dismissal begins

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.

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.