Board of Trustees

The seven-member Board of Trustees governs the Klein Independent School District. Each member is elected to an at-large position for three years in a non-partisan election. An election is held each year for either two or three positions. Board members, like the administrative staff and teachers, are here to serve you to the best of their ability. They proudly accept their responsibility of providing the appropriate educational experiences for all of our students. The Board of Trustees conducts all business in open meetings. Matters relating to personnel, student conduct, school security, pending litigation, and land acquisitions may be discussed privately. However, the final vote is taken in the open meeting. This procedure is in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas concerning school board meetings.
Klein ISD Board of Trustees

Pictured Left to Right: Ronnie K. Anderson (Vice President), Rick Mann, Cathy M. Arellano (Secretary), Stephen J. Szymczak, Georgan Reitmeier, William F. "Bill" Pilkington (President), Doug James, Dr. Bret Champion (Superintendent)

In Klein ISD, EVERY student enters with a PROMISE and exits with a PURPOSE. -Klein ISD Shared Vision

We will achieve our shared vision by focusing on...
PATHWAYS: Providing every student with a rich, relevant, and clear pathway to success.
CHALLENGE: Focusing on the whole student so that everyone will engage in rigorous learning and build excellent character.
EQUITY: Closing gaps by personalizing learning by knowing every student by name, strength, and need.
LEADERSHIP: Retaining, attaining, and growing excellent leaders throughout our system so that every student learns in a quality environment.
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: Gathering feedback from every voice in order to eliminate silos, build strategic partnerships, and foster a culture of learning.

 

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