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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 in creation is to celebrate the myriad of cultures that make up the Klein community through the best recipes from around the globe. Feel free to share your family foods and traditions by submitting recipes, stories and photos in this form: Cultural Cookbook

Theiss Mission Statement
Theiss Elementary will provide a safe and collaborative learning environment for all students. We will challenge students to reach their highest potential while closing the achievement gap for all learners.

No Place For Hate®
Theiss Elementary School is a participate in the Anti-Defamation League’s campaign known as No Place For Hate®. As part of this campaign, Theiss students will participate in activities that promote tolerance and understanding of the differences that exists between us. We will learn how and demonstrate respect for different races, religions, and cultures. Our random acts of kindness will strive to achieve progress in promoting our school as No Place For Hate®.
APRIL Dates to Remember

April 7 PTO Meeting 2:00
April 7-8 DI State Competition Good Luck!
April 14 Good Friday Student Holiday
April 10-14 National Library Week
April 21 Duck Race Day! We’re going “Quackers” for this super fun PTO Fundraiser! (Write a check campaign.)
April 21 Earth Day
April 22 Champion Forest Church Work Day at Theiss. Thank you!
April 24-28 Poetry Week
April 25 Kindergarten Round Up KISD Student Registration
April 26 Administrative Professionals’ Day
April 28 National Arbor Day Tree planting at Theiss
April 29 TMSCA Math Competition @ French Elementary Good Luck Tigers!
April 29 Family Fitness Day 9:00-3:00 @ KMPC
   *Theiss Choir Family Fitness Day 9:00-3:00 @ KMPC *
   Theiss Choir & Recorder Ensemble Performing @11:20
School Hours
7:40 Breakfast is available in the cafeteria  
7:55 Students go to class 
8:10 Morning announcements begin 
8:15 Tardy bell 
3:25 Dismissal

Attendance Procedure
Bus Routes and Transportation
Enrollment Info.
Family Access Instructions
Family Access Sample Letter
Food Services
KISD Smartphone App
Unite for Understanding Cookbook
Upcoming Dates and Events

District Calendar
School Snapshot
TEA 2016 Accountability Summary
Theiss 2015-16 School Report Card

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Welcome to Theiss Elementary
Home of the Theiss Tigers! Theiss Elementary School is a pre-kindergarten through fifth grade campus with an enrollment of over 670 students. Theiss Elementary was established in the fall of 1974 and was named after the outstanding Theiss family.  We have an excellent instructional program with a variety of learning opportunities available to students. Theiss students perform extremely well on the STAAR tests, and we've enjoyed great success based upon the accountability system. Our reputation is one that we take great tiger pride. We strongly believe we have one of the best schools in the state of Texas.
Students enjoy a variety of teachers, some in a departmentalized setting beginning in first grade. Students enjoy learning experiences based upon the needs of each child. We have an E.L.L. program (English Language Learner) that includes children from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. This program makes our school a very unique blend of families from over six countries throughout the world.
Theiss students are involved in art, technology application, music, and physical education in addition to the regular academic setting. Fifth graders enjoy the option to participate in after school choir and orchestra. Leadership opportunities through our closed circuit live morning announcements also present our 5th grade students with learning opportunities that involve character building, and helping and supporting other learners within the Theiss community. Students in 1st through 5th can participate in after school clubs such as the Chess Club, Choir, Garden Club, Tiger Tape Club, and No Place For Hate. Destination Imagination with creative problem solving experiences is offered to students in grades 4-5. D.I. participation requires students that are dedicated and serious about this type of competition.
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