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Student Information Update (Annual Registration Procedures Throughout the District, Including Alternative Classes)
Every year, Klein ISD requires parents and guardians to update student information (age, grade, and registration-AGR) for each child enrolled in the school district. Updating student information regularly is vital to ensure correctness of parent/guardian information, including emergency contacts, phone numbers, and other information specific to the student. This allows the district and campus personnel to respond in a timely and appropriate manner in case of emergency.

This year, the annual “Student Information Update” was completed by parents and guardians using their Skyward Family Access account. This replaced the AGR card that was sent home in previous school years with a “First Day” packet of information. Updates were completed for all students in Klein ISD (including students assigned to the Alternative Classes) prior to the student receiving a schedule or teacher assignment. Additional documents included in online registration were: FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) Confirmation, Free and Reduced Lunch Application, Handbook Form, Migrant Survey Form, Military & Foster Care Form, And Truancy Letter Acknowledgement.

Family/Student Access is a free service and is available to all parents and guardians of students enrolled in Klein Independent School District. Family/Student Access is a secure internet-based website allowing parents and guardians easy access in tracking their student's progress. It allows viewing of student's attendance, assignments, grades, and schedule. If you are on the go, portable access is a great way to stay connected. Download the Skyward Mobile Access application for your Apple iOS or Android device through your app store.

For assistance with your login name or password, contact your student’s home campus registrar or the Alternative Classes bilingual registrar: Lorena Sarabia, 832-249-4813, or email

Parents and guardians who do not have access to a computer or a mobile device to complete registration or update student information may contact Alternative Classes registrar Lorena Sarabia, 832-249-4813. An appointment can be scheduled Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00 pm for assistance and use of a computer at the Alternative Classes at the Annex, 7302 Kleingreen Lane, Klein, 77379.

Tours of Alternative Classes
Parents of students assigned to the Alternative Classes can call to schedule an appointment for a tour of the Alternative Classes campus. Tours are available after school hours. Staff will accompany you and your student on a tour of the building aligned with your student’s schedule of classes. To schedule a tour, call the Alternative Classes office: 832-249-4801; school secretary Mary McVeigh: 832-249-4815; or bilingual counselor secretary Cindy Gamboa: 832-249-4806.

Contact Us
Alternative Classes administrators, counselors, and educational diagnostician are available to answer your questions and address your concerns. Contact information is as follows:
(832) 249-4810 Brian Marr, Director
(832) 249-4779 Colleth Punch, Assistant Director
(832) 249-4803 Gregory Coleman, Assistant Director
(832) 249-4811 Tiffanie James, Counselor (A-L)
(832) 249-4812 Letrece Catchings, Counselor (M-Z)
(832) 249-4144 Gay De Villa, Educational Diagnostician

Alternative Classes Dress Code Attire
The Alternative Classes dress code remains in effect 2018-2019. The dress code is required from the time a student boards the bus for transit to school until the student de-boards the bus at the assigned bus stop. The dress code for both boys and girls is as follows:

 Beige khaki pants worn at the waist (no shorts, Capri pants, skirt, skort, or dress)
 A white, black, or gray shirt with a collar with no logo or writing (The shirt should be long enough to tuck neatly into pants at the waist. A white, black, or gray undershirt may be worn under the collared shirt.)
 A solid color black, brown or white belt with a small belt buckle
 White, black, gray, or brown shoes with matching color shoelaces and white, black, gray, or brown socks (no other color socks)
 A white, gray or black sweatshirt (no hood, no logo, no writing, and no full-length zipper) is appropriate for classroom outer wear.
Shirts must be tucked into pants with the belt showing and pants must be worn at the waist on arrival to school. Allowable nail polish colors for female students are gray, white, or black. The Alternative Classes dress code is strictly enforced.
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