Students, families, staff, and members of the Klein community gathered early on a chilly and dry Saturday morning to take part in the inaugural Krimmel Intermediate Color Run.
The event was held to raise money for the Krimmel PTO which supports innovative projects and ideas at the campus and in the community. The original goal was to raise $6,000.
“We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day for our first run,” Krimmel PTO member Maria Hartmann said. “We’ve already surpassed our goal for this event, and we are so grateful for all the business and community partnerships that made this possible.”
Krimmel Principal Prentis Harper expressed his appreciation for everyone involved as he ran with the students.
“This has been such a great event,” Harper said as he dodged color blasts. “We are all so honored to serve such a remarkable community.”
Harper said that this event was one more way Klein ISD is working to build community as part of the Promise2Purpose shared vision.
Learn more about our shared vision at https://kleinisd.net/vision.
— Elizabeth O. Lee (@ELeekleinisd) November 3, 2018
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