Principal, Ms. Amber Kent

I am a native Texan born and raised in Odessa, Texas. I received my undergraduate from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Tx. Upon graduation I moved to Houston where I began teaching in Cy-Fair ISD. In 2002, I began teaching in Klein ISD here at Nitsch Elementary as a fifth grade teacher and also taught at Brill Elementary. I earned my master's at Lamar University in Beaumont, Tx. Upon receiving my master's, I began my administrative career at Theiss Elementary as an assistant principal and moved to assistant principal at Kaiser Elementary in 2010. I am so excited to have the opportunity to return "home" here at Nitsch and work with the outstanding students, parents, teachers, and community. When I'm not at school, you will find me spending time with my daughter and two sons usually in a variety of outdoor activities. boss small.jpg
Assistant Principal, Dr. Kelley Moore

I grew up in Spring, Texas where I attended schools in Spring ISD. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Hook'em Horns! I received my masters and doctorate from Sam Houston State University. I started my teaching career in Spring ISD in 2002. I started working in Klein in 2006. At Kohrville Elementary, I taught 4th and 5th grade English Language Arts and Social Studies until my principal opened Blackshear Elementary. I then taught 5th grade English Language Arts and Social Studies at Blackshear for 4 years. I enjoy spending time with my amazing family as well as traveling. I'm so excited to start my administrative career at Nitsch Elementary! Grice3.jpg
Assistant Principal, Ms. Grice

I possess a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Texas A&M University, as well as a Master of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas. I have my Master Reading and Principal’s certification, as well as many other certificates that have enabled me to enhance my leadership goals. For the last three years, I’ve been a District Literacy Specialist for Krimmel, Strack, Schindewolf and Klein Intermediate schools where I’ve collaborated with Program Coordinators and a team of specialist to ensure that instruction is aligned to the expected standards. Prior to this position, I taught fourth grade at Greenwood Forest Elementary as well as in Spring Independent School District. As a veteran educator with nearly twenty years of experience, I endeavor to constantly promote literacy and increase quality instruction in all subjects. It is my passion and professional goal to maximize the potential in all students and teachers. One of my favorite quotes, “When you teach a child to love learning, you open doors of opportunity.” It is my belief that all students will be successful when the learning community embraces teaching with a collaborative spirit and engaging instruction. I am truly excited to be a Nitsch Knight. I look forward to building greatness with our students and staff.