HONOR ROLL: The honor roll and perfect attendance lists are posted in three places: cafeteria display cases, AP/music hall bulletin board and counselors’ office bulletin board. Let us know if you feel there is an error or omission right away. We will be reminding students daily on the morning announcements, lunch announcements, lunch slide show and website.Students: Do not count on a computer generated list. Double check this list with your own eyes. No one makes a better advocate for you, than YOU!
Award Ceremonies are as follows:
8th grade awards May 22, 2013 6:00 p.m. at Klein High School
8th grade students who are nominated for an award will be notified with a letter send home.
6 & 7th grade awards May 23, 2013 9:15 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. Doerre Cafeteria
• If you are still repairing a grade and have not completed it by the last week of school, you will work in the lab the entire last week of school from 1st -3rd period to try to complete it.
• If you are not complete by the last day of school, you will attend a summer school grade repair at Doerre the week of June 10th-14th from 8AM- 12PM.
• We will determine your need for additional summer school during the Doerre summer school week.
• Students that require additional summer school will need to attend the Klein ISD summer school at Wunderlich Intermediate July 15th-30th from 8:45AM-3:45PM. The cost for summer school at Wunderlich is $215.00 and transportation is $155.
MATH FUN: Do you like to travel by plane? Do you enjoy watching planes take off or land? Air traffic controllers use math in order to be able to understand distances and measurements at a moment’s notice. They also must be able to do mental math quickly and accurately. Part of their job is directing air craft at what altitude and speed to fly. An error in these directions could be fatal so a strong math background is essential.
During peak air travel times in the United States, there are about 5,000 airplanes in the sky every hour. This translates to approximately 50,000 aircraft operating in our skies each day. Air traffic controllers regulate the traffic in the sky in order to provide safety and protection. Air traffic controllers can make between $55,000 and $165,000 a year. JT
HISTORY BEE: Seventh grade students met for the annual Doerre History Bee yesterday afternoon. After 20 rounds and a run-off quiz, the results are: 1st Place – A. George; 2nd Place – K. Chelikani; 3rd Place (Tie) – T. Nguy and R. Sudhakaran. Congratulations to all of our winners. We want to thank all the students for their participation. BI
DESTINATION IMAGINATION: Doerre D. I. has the first Klein ISD team competing at the International Global competition in Knoxville, Tennessee! The team will be competing against other teams from all around the world! They are trying to raise money to pay for the trip. The first period classroom that donates the most cash wins a Pajama Day in May! Yes, you will get to wear your PJs all day at school! Dig up all those extra coins in your pocket and drop them in the donation jar in your 1st period classroom. Contest ends today.
NJHS: Attention all NEW inductees: We will have our first meeting on Thursday, May 23rd in the activity room at 8:15. We will be discussing officer positions and the supply drive. See you there! SS
Attention 6th graders: Have you had the three vaccinations you need to start 7th grade? If you received a letter about shots with your last report card, please ask your parents about this important health matter. Texas law says you have to have your shots up to date or you can't start 7th grade! For questions, please see Mrs. Chilton or Mrs. Romaldo in the Doerre clinic. 832-249-5678.
FUN IN THE SUN: We will sponsor our Fun in the Sun days on the following dates: June 3 for 6th grade, June 4 for 7th grade, and June 5 for 8th grade. The requirements are: No more than three days of ISS/ISD/OSS; all fees paid (library, textbooks, cafeteria, art, clinic, etc.); course verification sheets turned in to counselors; no zeros for assignments. Don’t miss Fun in the Sun!
Students must turn in their yellow course verification sheets to the counselors’ office, signed by a parent. You must have this sheet turned in, in order to participate in the Fun in the Sun Day.
ALL STUDENTS: Please use the cash deposit machine in the cafeteria instead of taking cash to the service line. LD
MORNING TUTORIALS: Students will not be allowed to go to morning tutorials after 8:40 a.m. UJ
EZE (ERASE ZEROS ENTIRELY): EZE is now after school on Monday and Wednesdays from 4:10-5:10 and/or before school on Tuesday and Thursdays 7:55-8:55 in room 101. This is the time for students to make up any missing work for assigned classes. Talk to your teachers if you have missing assignments or have zeros that need to be cleared up. UJ
ALL STUDENTS: SKATEBOARDS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON CAMPUS!
ALL STUDENTS: Once students arrive on campus, they need to wait in front of the building until the 8:15 a.m. bell or until invited in due to weather. STUDENTS MAY NOT WALK AROUND OUTSIDE OR LEAVE CAMPUS! LD