Students Serving the Community, 90 Seconds


It was a day of service this weekend for more than 850 Klein High School students as part of Klein Serves.

While volunteering at more than 20 locations and events across the area, students exemplified our district’s strategic priority of building community and Klein High School’s core values of empathy, gratitude, perseverance, integrity, and most of all service.

Students say Saturday’s event is their way of giving back to a community that has given them so much.

We care about our community and want them to know that our age does not limit our ability to help where help is needed.”

– Ayisat Adegbindin, Klein Serves Student Event Leader

All day Saturday, student volunteers lent a hand at the Northwest Harris County Heart Walk, washed vehicles at Klein High School, and helped faculty and staff at Brill Elementary get ready for their carnival and tend to their garden.

Check out the hashtag Klein Serves on Twitter to check out all of the wonderful acts of service they provided.

And finally, we invite you to spend your Halloween evening at the 12th annual FFA Fall Festival! The event kicks off at 5 p.m. at the Klein ISD Multipurpose Center. There’s going to be some fun, family friendly activities like a hayride, petting zoo, carnival games, and much more! Cost of admission is $3 per child, but adults get in free! The night is presented by the FFA chapters from all five Klein ISD high schools.