Welcome to Kountze Elementary
Where The Pride Begins
Please Read Media Update
Upcoming Dates for KES:
Better Understanding Makes for a Better School
We are all unique people, but understanding our uniqueness makes us better people. There are fellow classmates and community members with disabilities that we may not fully understand. We do feel it is important to understand these special characteristics, as it will help us grow as a campus. One of the activities we want to do, in order to show support for our brothers and sisters in KISD who may suffer from one of these disabilities, is to wear blue shirts on the 15th and 16th of this month. We also invite parents and community members to review some websites that explain just a few of the challenges that may be affecting our children and community members. Together we become stronger and wearing our colors of bravery makes this a better place to live and to learn.
Click on the following terms for a link to more information
What Have We Been Up To?
Earth Day Every Day!
Howdy, From our Texas Program!
Pancakes With Parents
Celebrating a Happy Valentine’s Day!
2018 KES Christmas Program
Santa Came to Town!
2018 Veterans Program in Honor of Veterans Day
Did you happen to “catch” the book parade?
KES Canned Food Drive
News & Updates
Our Newest Campus Newsletter
The Playground has been fixed!!!
We want to thank the talented folks in the KISD maintenance for make our little ones as happy as clams. The playground equipment is looking good and better than ever thanks to their hard work!
Please note our school drop-off hours as highlighted in our campus letter
KISD/KES Health Updates:
We want to thank Beaumont Emergency Center
and Dr. Scoobs for making this an awesome first day back at school!!!
KES Supply Lists for 2018-2019
(Please read this important information before allowing your student to attend events at Middle School and High School)
Please review the reports below for our campus.
See attached information
Support & Services
Texas Health and Human Services can be reached via phone at 2-1-1
Report Suspected Child Maltreatment by calling (800) 422-4453
or by clicking this link ChildHelp