Our School

School History

Kaiser Elementary was opened in the fall of 1978. The original school was built on a 12-acre tract of land. Henry Kaiser was born on September 9, 1825 in Hesse, Germany. In 1856 he and his first wife Elizabeth joined the Brautigams and 13 other families coming to Texas. Landing in Galveston, the families used smaller boats to come up Buffalo Bayou to Allen’s landing in Houston. While Henry was serving in the Civil War, his first wife died of fever. In 1865, widower Henry Kaiser married widow Katharina Wunderlich Hassler. One of the Kaiser sons, Emil, and his family, moved to the Spring/Westfield area, and a school was located on their property. Mike McWhirter was the principal at the time of the school’s dedication and Dr. Donald Collins was the superintendent. Currently there are 640 students enrolled at Kaiser.

Mission Statement

Kaiser Elementary is committed to providing a safe and academic rich environment for ALL of our students. Our Kaiser initiatives are embedded into the Visible Learning Framework, and thus connected to our Campus Goal to know all students by name, strength, and need. By focusing on high yield strategies and our Kaiser ROPED core values, we will ensure EVERY student makes a year’s growth.
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