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Clubs & Organizations

Our school has plenty of opportunities for student enrichment.  Students may participate in various clubs and organizations to explore and grow their special interests, talents, and passions.

Pickleball Club

Pickleball is a team sport that is described as a cross between tennis, ping pong, and badminton.  It requires no special skills or talents: anyone can play and feel included.  Students who aren’t good at traditional sports can feel empowered and successful on the pickleball court.  Pickleball will involve all students and challenge them to listen to instructions, follow directions, be flexible mentally as well as physically, and to work as a team.

  • Grades - 2nd  - 5th
  • How to join -  Applications passed out in August.  Parent permission required.

AAA School Safety Patrol

  • Grades - 4th - 5th
  • Time Frame -  Needed before school OR After school  from  August - May.  
  • How to join -  Must have teacher nomination and Parent Permission

Coding Club

  • Grades - 4th - 5th
  • Time Frame -  Practices after school September - April.

Destination Imagination

Destination Imagination (DI), students work together in teams to solve open-ended STEAM challenges designed to teach the creative process.  We have 3 different teams at Klenk with 3 unique challenges.  Teams audition in September and the competition is on a Saturday in March.
  • Grades - 3rd - 5th
  • Time Frame - Meetings are after school from September - March
  • How to join - All students must audition and be chosen by a DI coach.  Parent permission is required.

National Elementary Honor Society

Students develop and apply their passion for service, while obtaining the skills to be confident young leaders for years to come.  NEHS membership is centered on recognizing students for their accomplishments while challenging and equipping them to develop further as leaders through service to their school and community.  NEHS members participate in chapter activities to build and improve their Leadership and Service skills.

  • Grades - 3rd - 5th
  • Time Frame -  September - May
  • How to joinINVITATION ONLY.  Members are chosen based on Academic GPA and positive qualities of responsibility and good citizenship. Parent permission required.

Girls on the Run

Empowers girls to be physically active while developing and strengthening important life skills.  The program’s intentional curriculum places an emphasis on developing competence, confidence, connection, character, caring, and contribution in young girls through lessons that incorporate running and other physical activities. The life skills curriculum is delivered by our counselors and competent coaches who are trained to teach lessons as intended.

  • Grades - 3rd - 5th  Girls
  • How to join -  Applications will be passed out in September.  Parent permission is required.

Klenk Choir

The Klenk Choir provides an ensemble experience that allows students to develop musically as individuals while contributing to the joy and artistry of singing together with their peers.  Students perform for Klenk and the community.  They will have 2 Performances and will participate in the Klein ISD Choral Festival in April.

  • Grades - 4th - 5th
  • Time Frame - Rehearsals are before school September - April.
  • How to join -  Applications passed out during music classes.  Parent permission required.

Leadership Academy 

District program that allows recommended students to participate in leadership group activities that will help them to be leaders at school and develop skills for success in their future.  For this program, the school counselor will partner with Klein ISD Police Officers who will facilitate group leadership lessons.

  • Grades - 3rd grade only
  • Time Frame - Meetings are during school hours September - May. 
  • How to join - Students MUST be nominated by a Klenk staff member and an application needs to be submitted with parent permission.

Legacy Leadership Team  

Legacy is our school's student council. It gives students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects.

  • Grades - 4th - 5th
  • Time Frame - Meetings are during school hours September - May. 

Library Helpers  

Library Helpers help in the library.  They help pick up books from classrooms, help check-in books in the morning,  help organize bookshelves and help keep the library tidy.

  • Grades - 3rd - 5th
  • Time Frame - Meetings are before school OR  during Recess August - May

 Name That Book  

Students share a book list consisting of 25 books.  Students read these books and memorize details and quotes from the books.  There is a Name That Book competition in the spring semester.  Every elementary school competes against each other to see which campus club knows the most quotes from the booklist.

  • Time Frame - Meetings are during lunch  from October - February
  • How to join - Applications are given by the Librarian.  Parent approval is required.