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Academics

The curriculum and instruction utilized by Klein Road Elementary is aligned with NBISD's Scope and Sequences which is driven by the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).  A focus on developing Future Ready Learners has continued to be a goal for our students, and can be observed through our focus on integrating technology and developing instructional opportunities that focus on student-led instruction, problem solving skills, and cooperative learning.  

All staff is highly certified and teachers have been trained and almost all teachers are certified as both ESL and G/T. Campus wellness programs and fitnessgrams are implemented and effective. Technology was made readily available to all staff members and training was provided to improve the instruction through our 1:1 initiative. Many of our teachers have been successfully trained in the Project Based Learning process and are implementing it into their lesson plans.

At Klein Road Elementary, our focus is student progress. We review data on campus assessments, district assessments, and state assessments after each administration through data meetings. Teachers use the data to set goals for student performance and personal professional goals for the school year. 

We provide teachers with extended quarterly planning periods to strengthen instruction through curriculum alignment and lesson plan development. Coaching support and positive implementation continues to take place at Klein Road Elementary. 

NBISD is a one-to-one technology district - all of our students have an iPad for instructional use.  Teachers are provided ongoing professional development opportunities to integrate technology in their classrooms, and district technology integration specialists are available to coach teachers and assist with lesson planning and delivery. 

Academic Programs

At Klein Road Elementary, we provide opportunities for students to learn, develop, and succeed. Our academic programs are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Sklils (TEKS). The TEKS are the state standards for what students should know and be able to do. This includes:

  • English Language Arts and Reading 
  • Gifted and Talented  
  • Mathematics  
  • Science           
  • Social Studies 
  • Languages other than English          
  • Health Education       
  • Physical Education     
  • Fine Arts          
  • Spanish Language Arts and English as a Second Language
  • Special Education

School Processes and Programs