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National Junior Honor Society
NJHS Sponsors:
Ms. Duffy and Ms. Broussard

The purpose of National Junior Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for superior scholarship; to develop citizenship; to stimulate a desire to serve; to promote leadership; and to instill exemplary qualities of character. Students who are invited to join our organization are expected to demonstrate traits that exemplify this purpose. Students must have a cumulative average of 90 and are considered for membership in the spring semester of seventh grade. Some of the service projects National Junior Honor Society members participate in include operating the school store, partnering with Student Council members to collect food and donations for our Thanksgiving Food Drive, helping with the after school tutoring program, and holding a Christmas Carnation sale to raise money for local homeless shelters.

Student Council
Student Council Sponsors:
Ms. Sampson

Student Council is a service organization that helps our teachers, school, neighborhood and community. We have two major fundraisers each year. We sell concessions at all home athletic events and we sell carnations on Valentine's Day.

In the past, we have given cash donations to such organizations as Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the Star of Good Hope Mission, SPCA, and Make-a-Wish-Foundation.

Each year with the National Junior Honor Society, we conduct a food drive at Thanksgiving to donate to the St. Matthew's Food Bank. We also have a "New Toy Drive" before Christmas to donate to NHAM for their Christmas baskets.
Destination ImagiNation (D.I.)
D.I. Sponsors:
Mr. Antonio Hurtado - Team Manager
Ms. Bowman-Miller - Team Manager

The Klein Independent School District is pleased to offer an enrichment program designed to increase creative problem solving for all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students. The DI program (also known as Destination ImagiNation) is a problem solving competition in which students form teams to solve two kinds of challenges: a team challenge and an instant challenge.
FBI Sponsors:
Ms. Frazier and Mrs. Gilder

Mrs. Haynes
Mrs. Weithers
Mrs. Atkins
Mr. Terry

Our students deserve every chance to live life and embark on new experiences that can impact their lives forever. The purpose of the F. B. I. is to give our students that opportunity while building character, integrity, and respect. Our goal is to increase self-confidence, making them strong citizens in the school environment as well as in the community.

Program Objective
The Falcon Bureau of Intelligence is aligned with our mission of producing responsible citizens. Ninety students will be chosen, 30 from each grade level, to be apart of the after school program based on their conduct as well as their grades. These students will be exposed to several powerful character education classes as well as different guest speakers from different corporate backgrounds. Throughout the program the students will be exposed to several places outside of their community. We feel that it is important for our students to see what life is like outside of the community that they see on a daily basis, as some of our students have never had a chance to be exposed to these places. Students will also have a banquet at the end of the year where they will be given an opportunity to display several of the talents that they have developed through our character education classes.
Drama Club / International Junior Thespian Troupe Sponsors:
Mrs. Poscovsky

Cheerleading Sponsors:
Ms. Hatchett and Mrs. Gillaspie
Math Club
Math Club Sponsors:
Mrs. Jehnke and Mr. Hernandez

Soccer Sponsors:
Mr. Chojnacki

The Klein Intermediate Soccer is a co-ed intramural soccer program that gives students an opportunity to participate in an organized sport provided the student maintains a passing grade. The program is open to Klein Intermediate students from all grade levels. In order for a student to be eligible to play, the student must be passing all courses with at least a 70 percent average and have no U's in conduct. Further, the student must have their parent sign a contract and return the contract prior to playing. Participating students will have the opportunity to purchase a soccer jersey and to wear it on Fridays (spirit day).

Spelling Bee
Spelling Bee Sponsors:
Mrs. L. Haynes

Every year Klein Intermediate hosts a local school Spelling Bee which gives our students an opportunity to demonstrate their spelling abilities and talents. The winner of the Spelling Bee has the opportunity to compete at the district and national levels. The local bee is always a grand day for our kids. The winner receives a medal, along with certificates for placement and for participation.
Spirit Team
Shaena Ricks

Lorraine Bowman-Miller