Important Lemm Info following Hurricane Harvey

Hi Parents, I know this week has been stressful and difficult to keep up with everything going on around Lemm. I put together this post to highlight the most important links, images, and notes that were shared regarding Lemm. Please take a look at it, if you have questions that you think another parent may be able to answer, feel free to ask below or bring them with you on Wednesday to the Open House.

~Open House will be this Wednesday, September 6, at Klein Cain HS, 4-6pm **STUDENTS ARE WELCOME**

~The district has blessed us with free breakfast and lunch for ALL Klein ISD students through September 30.

~FAQ For Lemm Parents – I want to reiterate here that our students will have NO interaction with the HS students. They will be in a complete separate wing. https://docs.google.com/…/1sz6-rVF3ePJrbhD7VVhw…/mobilebasic

~Bus Route Information – http://www.kleinisd.net/cms/one.aspx?pageId=1974228

~Campus Kids Parents –please text @lemmc to 81010-(once registered it will show up as lemm campus kids) A REMIND account has been set up to keep you updated with important Campus Kids information.
Campus Kids before/after-school care will be at Klein Cain. Morning drop off will begin at 6am.

~Klein Strong Harvey Shirts. I will be accepting orders through Monday evening and placing the order on Tuesday morning. Cash is the preferred method of payment. Local pick up only! Please fill out the google form here: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdszDp_VBiKCOaODQ…/viewform

~Please do not join the Klein Cain PTO Facebook page

~Reminder that we do not need volunteers today at the school. The teachers stuck around after their 9am meeting yesterday and took care of it all. Please continue to help our neighbors with their clean up efforts.

Please remember to be patient, we are all still trying to figure this out as a family. Our administrators and teachers are working so hard to make sure this transition for our babies seamless. I feel blessed to live in such an amazing community. They say it takes a village, and I’m glad you are all in mine.