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School Supply Information
It is time to order your Doerre School Supply pack for the 2016-2017 school year. 

2014-15 State Report Card
2014-15 Federal Report Card
Doerre Newsletter
Doerre Pride Period
PRIDE Time is used for a multitude of various activities including . . .
Graduation Planning Information
Parent Information Evening
For Parents of students grades 8-10.

Vaccination Requirements
Attention parents of 6th graders

Has your student had the vaccinations that are required in order for them to start 7th grade? If the Doerre clinic does not have record of these, your child will not be allowed to receive his/her schedule or start class the first day of school next fall per Texas state law!

New Texas Laws
Use of Wireless Devices While Operating a Motor Vehicle

The Texas Transportation Code currently prohibits the use of a wireless communication device while operating a vehicle within a school crossing zone.
Doerre School Lockers
Lockers are for storing basic school supplies; paper, pens, pencils, rulers, etc. Lockers are not for textbook or clothing storage. Storage space is limited, so give thought to reducing the items students store at school.

Cell Phones and Pagers
Possession of cell phones and pagers are only allowed if they are turned off at all times and not visibly/physically present during regular school hours, including riding the school bus to and from home.

If a student is using any cell phone or pager during the school day or on a school bus to and from school, the school employee observing the student's use of the device will confiscate it. The school employee will turn over the device to his or her administrator/supervisor. The parent will be notified by the administrator to pick up the device at his/her school during school hours after the payment of a $15 administrative fee. Cash or money orders are the only acceptable forms of payment.

Birthday Snack Guidelines
Pursuant to state law, KISD permits parents/guardians or grandparents to bring a birthday snack for their child’s birthday. The following guidelines apply to such snacks:

  • Birthday snacks will be distributed at the end of the lunch period, after students have had a nutritious meal as defined by the School Lunch Program and Texas Department of Agriculture.

  • Written consent from a parent/guardian must be obtained before a student will be permitted to have a birthday snack.

  • Parents/guardians are encouraged to obtain birthday snacks through the Klein Food Service Department. With advance notice, the Food Service Department will prepare cupcakes or cookies.

Doerre Warrior Community,

As we prepare to end the 2015-2016 school year, I cannot help but reflect upon all of the success we shared as a campus.  We had numerous academic and extracurricular successes and carried on the Doerre Warrior tradition of excellence and achievement!  I know that the 2016-2017 school year will be full of the same effort, dedication and commitment to our campus-wide goals.

As summer approaches, I wanted to take a moment to share with you our Doerre Intermediate summer schedule.  We are excited to be doing some “remodeling” here this summer; we will be getting new carpet and floors throughout the entire campus, as well as some much needed A/C and electrical work being done too.  With that being said, we will be “relocating” for the first part of the summer so that the work can get done as quickly and smoothly as possible.  Our summer schedule will be as follows:

June 6th – June 21st Doerre will be temporarily working out of Klein High School.

June 22nd – July 15thDoerre Intermediate will be CLOSED.

July 18thWe hope to be able to reopen the front office at Doerre Intermediate by this point in the summer.  

Please note that this will be contingent upon the remodeling process.  We will make sure to notify our community as to our location at this time.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to call Doerre Intermediate at 832-249-5700.  We will also make sure to have the Doerre main phone number forwarded over to Klein High School while we are temporarily housed there as well.

Thank you for an amazing year Warriors!  It is my sincere hope that your summer is restful, fun and full of amazing memories made with family and friends!  Good luck to our Class of 2016 students as you move on to KOHS and KHS.  For those of you who will be Warriors next year, we will see you in August!

Welcome to Doerre
Serving approximately 1,200 students in grades 6, 7, and 8, Doerre (pronounced Door-ee) is one of seven intermediate schools in the Klein Independent School District located in northwest Harris County, Texas. Since its opening in the fall of 1984, Doerre students have established a reputation for high academic achievement. They consistently score well above state and national averages on state-mandated mastery and nationally-normed tests.

Doerre received the Texas Successful Schools Outstanding Performance Awards in 1992 and 1993. Each year from 1994-2003 Doerre was among a select group of schools designated as exemplary by the Texas Successful Schools Award System. Doerre remains a Texas Recognized School. In area competitions, Doerre students consistently win math, speech, and music contests.

Doerre Intermediate School is committed to providing an academically-sound and socially- focused learning environment in which all students are given the opportunity to achieve to their maximum potential.

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