Welcome to Kountze Middle School where our motto is:
"Learning for Life"
*Please review the complete campus reports below*
KISD Public Education Grant Program (PEG) METHODOLOGY
The KHS English Department will have an AP/Pre-AP English Interest meeting Thursday, May 3rd from 6-6:30pm in the KHS Cafeteria. Parents, guardians, and students are encouraged to attend to get their summer reading assignments and AP/Pre-AP contracts.
Kountze Middle School Anti-bullying Proclamation
The Mayor of Kountze, the Honorable Fred Williams, and 8th grade KMS student Peyton McLaurin pose for a picture after adopting the the KISD anti-bullying proclamation. Please read more in the Kountze Middle School Brave Blue Program newsfeed section.
The City Council of Kountze, as well as, the Commissioner’s Court for Hardin County unanimously accepted the proclamation. The part of this story that makes it so special is the personal drive that Peyton put forth to make KISD and Kountze a safer place for children. Peyton wants all kids in the community to feel safe and to be free from bullying. We really do believe that she has succeeded on so many levels and we look forward to her future successes. A true example of KMS Pride!
TMSCA State Competition
Kountze Middle School has seven students that qualified for the state TMSCA competition to be held April 21 at U.T San Antonio. They are:
Victoria (Tori) Stutts-7th
Kountze ISD Student/Parent Chromebook Use Policy 2017-2018
Please take the time to review our district Chromebook policy as posted below :)
KISD 2017-18 School Sports
Please click on the links listed above for a PDF copy of the 2017-18 schedule.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the games.
KMS 2017-18 School Forms
Please click link below to download
At KMS, We All Have the Heart of a Lion
Artwork By Emilie M.
Our Secondary bell schedule is as follows (SecondarybellPDF).
Positive News is Always Good News
Take a look at our updated news feed section
It’s just on your left under the school calendar!
Please take the time to review our next step of preventing bullying at any campus level. Our students and staff have added the anti-bullying bystander pledge to our action list. Please feel free to review the pledge and make notes and changes that will benefit our family here at KMS.
Looking at our past will shape our future. Last year was a milestone year for our anti-bullying program at Kountze Middle School. We learned a lot about what our students and community members are expecting from our school. We understand that no program can be perfect, but we also know that simply not working for a goal will always result in failure. I am proud to announce, that this school year, we will once again embrace the Kountze Middle School Brave Blue Program. We will continue working towards a bully free campus. In order to do so, we need students to understand what bullying really looks like and what we can do as a family. Our Careers Class will explore the benefits of a bully free society and how to work towards that goal. We ask for your help and moral support as we continue to recognize and reduce the bullying in our community.
At Kountze Middle School, we strive to have a "bully-free"campus.
New School Year!!!
(We also have a new news section that focuses on our antibully program)
Take a look at our hardworking staff and the great things they are doing at KMS.
Click the title above to read our newsletter
We are proud of our students’ commitment to the Anti-Bullying activities and their dedication to making this community a better and safer place. We are also very proud of our TEA rating of Met Standard for our district and campus. We will again focus on our TEA ratings and our students’ involvement in positive campus programs. As always, it is our goal to deliver a 21st century education in a safe and nurturing classroom setting. We look forward to working with our students, parents, and the Kountze community for another successful school year. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us at (409) 246-3551.
Please join us in support of The Kountze Middle School Compact