Middle & High Schools
8:15 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.
1A / 6B
2A / 7B
3A / 8B
4A / 9B
5A / 10B
Click on the link to view some important information from NCHS.
KCMS 8th graders will go to NCHS to learn about the high school and see various classes, clubs, and organizations that they will offer to the 8th graders next year.
Progress reports have been posted to Skyward. Please check your student’s grades by signing into Skyward and then viewing Portfolio tab on the left. Progress reports 1, 2, and 3 will be posted, as well as, report card 1. If you need help checking your student’s grades, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
SchoolWay is free mobile app that helps you stay connected and have school information at your fingertips, anytime, anywhere. Keefer will be using this during the school year to help communicate between home and school. Please click on the title to get more information.
The TX Department of State Health Services requires that all children entering Texas elementary or secondary schools of higher education must be fully vaccinated by the first date of attendance. All incoming 7th graders must have a Tetanus booster (or Tetanus containing vaccince within the last five years), a Meningitis vaccine and their second dose of Varicella. In order to begin classes next school year, your child must bring proof of having recieved the following immunization(s) on or before the first day of school, 8/24/15.
March 27, 2017 - Members of the Rotary Club of East Montgomery County enjoyed the musical talent of students from the Porter High School Orchestra on March 25.
March 27, 2017 - The NCHS School of Rock sounded great during last week's concert thanks to new amplifiers purchased with a grant from the NCISD Education Foundation.
March 22, 2017 - Celeste Gonzalez, 5th grade student at New Caney Elementary School, was selected as one of just a handful of contestants in the "Reliant: Power of Art" competition. You can vote for Celeste's work from now through Friday, March 24.
March 22, 2017 - New Caney ISD understands the importance of the arts and seeks to provide for all students a high quality fine arts education. Check out these ten ways that fine arts helps students learn and grow, as told by NCISD students.
March 21, 2017 - New Caney ISD middle school students competed in the district track meet on Tuesday, March 7.
March 20, 2017 - Congratulations to Miranda Housman, senior at Porter High School. Housman represented Porter High School and New Caney ISD with tremendous pride, class, and effort at the 2017 THSWPA State Powerlifting Meet.
March 20, 2017 - Congratulations to Jasmine O'Bryant, senior at New Caney High School. She finished 14th overall at the Girls’ State Powerlifting Meet in Waco on March 17.
March 20, 2017 - Congratulations to Carter Jamison and David McWilliams on their recent success at the State UIL Cross Ex Debate contest held at the University of Texas in Austin.
March 9, 2016 - Taylor and Dillion Harp participated in the senior and junior livestock judging events at the Matagorda County Fairgrounds on Friday, March 3. An eye for good livestock seems to run in the family as Taylor was the High Point Individual of the entire contest, with a score of 336 out of 350, beating over 200 other competitors. Dillon then was ranked as the 9th high junior individual with a score of 305 out of 350.
March 8, 2017 - Liza Viera, Houston college student, presents medals to law enforcement officers in New Caney ISD.
March 8, 2017 - Tyler Trantham, New Caney High School senior, won the Rodeo Rockstar Competition at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in March of last year and was asked to perform in the Kick-off parade downtown this year.
March 8, 2017 - Congratulations to Jasmine O'Bryant, senior at New Caney High School. She finished 8th overall at the regional powerlifting meet in the 220lb weight class.
March 6, 2017 - Students from White Oak Middle School competed at the East Central Livestock Judging Contest and the San Antonio Livestock Judging Contest.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Thank you for taking a look at the Keefer Crossing Middle School website. It is a great way for you to stay informed about school events and about what is happening in your child’s classrooms, so be sure to explore our many webpages. KCMS offers a wide selection of academic courses and extracurricular activities, and we look forward to you and your student taking part. They grow up fast, and now they are already in middle school. In a short time they will be freshmen, and a few years later they will be adults. These are formative years for these students, as they will develop the study skills and work habits that will serve them from here on.
An important part of the school experience is involvement in extracurricular activities. Students who are involved in school activities generally experience greater success and achievement, and they develop lasting relationships with peers and instructors. At KCMS we have Orchestra, Band, Choir, Athletics, Yearbook, FCA, Student Council, Dance, Junior Historians, Art Club, Junior FFA, and many other organizations to join. I invite you to check out the many organizations that we have, and find one or two to get involved with. As always, feel free to contact us if there is anything we can do for you. Keefer Crossing Middle School is a great place to be, and we are glad to have you and your children as a part of it.
Principal Keefer Crossing Middle School