Dear KIPP Parents

During the month of May your child completed the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) for his or her enrolled grade level.  Student test results are reported on the STAAR Report Card (CSR) and this will not be delivered to our schools until June 13th.  As you can see this is after the last day of school, so in an effort to get those results to you we are offering the options listed below. 

Option A:  Parents can obtain their child’s results via the web page.    

  Directions for accessing the scores are provided by clicking the button below.

Option B:  Parent(s) will wait for the school to send the results with my child during the week

   of August 27th thru August 31st when schools resumes in the fall.


Please feel free to contact your child’s school if you have any questions concerning STAAR Results or further questions on the options.

Thank you for your continued support of KIPP.




KIPP Houston Public Schools

Access STAAR Results!



Queridos padres de KIPP,

Durante el mes de mayo su hijo completó la Evaluación de él estado de Texas (STAAR) para su nivel de grado inscrito.  Los Resultados  de los estudiantes son reportados en el informe confidencial y no serán entregados a nuestras escuelas hasta 13 de Junio, después del último día de clases, para asegurar que usted tenga estos resultados estamos ofreciendo las opciones que se muestran a continuación.


Opción A:   Los padres pueden obtener los resultados de su hijo(a) vía  Las

                    instrucciones para obtener acceso a los resultados son proveídas vía el documento adjunto

Opción B:   Padre (s) esperarán que la escuela envíe  los resultados con su hijo/a durante la semana

                    de 27 de agosto al 31de agosto, cuando las escuelas estén otra vez en sesión.


Por favor, siéntase libre de ponerse en contacto con la escuela de su hijo/a si tiene alguna pregunta acerca de los Resultados de STAAR o preguntas sobre las opciones.

Gracias por su apoyo continúo a KIPP.




Escuelas Públicas de Houston

Acceso a los Resultados!

2018-19 Free & Reduced-price Meal Application and Meal Prices


Meal Fees

Effective August 13, 2018, the price for breakfast will be at no cost to students. Lunch will cost $3.10. Students who meet eligibility criteria may qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Reduced pricing will be $0.40 for lunch. We are excited about offering a free afternoon snack to ALL students. To determine if your child(ren) qualifies for free or reduced-priced meals, please complete a 2018-19 free & reduced meal application below. Only one application is needed per household is needed. Applications for free and reduced-price meals can be completed below or at your KIPP School.


Tarifas de comida

A partir del 13 de agosto de 2018, el precio del desayuno será gratuito para los estudiantes. El almuerzo costará $ 3.10. Los estudiantes que cumplen con los criterios de elegibilidad pueden calificar para recibir comidas gratis o de precio reducido. El precio reducido será de $ 0.40 para el almuerzo. Estamos contentos de ofrecer una merienda gratis a TODOS los estudiantes. Para determinar si su (s) hijo (s) califica (n) para recibir comidas gratuitas o de precio reducido, complete a continuación una solicitud de comidas gratis o de precio reducido 2018-19. Solo se necesita una aplicación por hogar. Las solicitudes de comidas gratuitas o de precio reducido se pueden completar a continuación o en su escuela KIPP.

Apply Today!


Student Meal Accounts: Please click below to set up your student meal account, if do not have one.  If you have an account set up, you may add money to the account before school starts.  If you have questions or need assistance please contact the Child Nutrition Department 832-328-1051, ext. 1940 or


Cuentas de la comida del estudiante: Por favor presiones el enlace a continuación para configurar su cuenta de comida de estudiante, si no tiene una.  Si tienes una cuenta configurada, puede agregar dinero a la cuenta antes de que empiecen las clases.  Si usted tiene preguntas o necesita ayuda póngase en contacto con el Departamento de Nutrición del Niño 832-328-1051, ext. 1940 or


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“This is a time when many of our KIPPsters, Big and Little, as well as their families are experiencing uncertainty and fear. As a child of immigrants, I stand with you.” Sehba Ali, Superintendent, KIPP Houston Public Schools

At KIPP Houston Public Schools, we embrace and protect diversity. We believe that great education transforms lives. We are convinced that every student, regardless of race, religion, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual identity, ability, or country of origin, has the potential and the right to go to and through college and lead choice-filled lives. Our commitment to them is absolute and unwavering.

We will continue to hold high expectations, helping students develop strength of character, providing highly effective teachers and leaders, and providing safe, structured and nurturing environments for all students. Supporting the integrity of our families is consistent with KIPP Houston’s core values of honor, commit, persist, excel, and enjoy. During this time, our work getting our KIPPsters To and Through is even more important. We will give our KIPPsters the tools they need to build a better tomorrow.

At KIPP Houston, we strongly believe that knowledge is power. Today we need to empower our families with the necessary knowledge and resources to understand their rights. We have compiled this document to address some questions KIPP Houston families may have regarding their immigration status and our commitment to protect our KIPPsters.

Q: What impact does undocumented immigration status have on my child’s education?

A: None at all. All children have a constitutional right to equal access to education regardless of their immigration status or that of their parents. That right cannot be taken away by the president, the State of Texas, or Congress.


Q: Do KIPP Houston Public Schools ask for information regarding a child’s immigration status when he or she enrolls?

A: No. Public schools systems like KIPP are obligated to enroll students regardless of their immigration status and without discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin.


Q: Would KIPP Houston Public Schools ever share a student’s immigration status with federal immigration officials?

A: The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a federal law, gives parents certain protections with regard to their children's education records. Even though most information is private, certain information, called “directory information” is only private if you designate it as private.  KIPP defines directory information as: student name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, date or attendance, awards received in school, and most recent previous school attended.

We are obligated to share directory information with officers and other government officials or anyone who requests it, unless you indicate in writing that you want your child’s directory information to be private. We are reminding you that you can make changes to the Directory Information form at any time. If you would like your child’s directory information to be private, please contact your school immediately. Under the law, our schools are not permitted to monitor the immigration or citizenship status of our students, and we take this legal obligation seriously.


Q: Can children be removed from school by immigration officials?

A: Immigration enforcement actions may only take place at a school when (a) prior approval is obtained from an appropriate supervisory official, or (b) there are exigent circumstances necessitating immediate action without supervisor approval. Therefore, absent highly unusual circumstances, under current policy immigrant families should not fear encountering immigration officials engaging in raids at schools. For more information visit:


Q: What about if I am a DACA recipient?

A: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is based on an order by the president. The new president could choose to rescind that executive action. If you are a recipient of DACA, consider reaching out to an immigration attorney now in order to determine if you have access to a better form of immigration status. Additional information can be found on the Immigrant Legal Resource Center website,


Q: What should I do if I want to better understand my immigration rights?

A: Only immigration attorneys can provide you with accurate advice about immigration status and how you can pursue your legal rights. For your own protection, please do not seek the advice of notarios or others who are not licensed immigration attorneys.

You can also seek an immigration attorney from the American Immigration Lawyers Association at  (English) or (Spanish).


Q: What other resources are available?


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