J.A. Vitovsky Elementary first grade students are learning about nouns after reading Pete the Cat. Is it a person, place, or thing? The Win-a-Spin app helped them figure it out.
Fourth graders at Longbranch Elementary learn about Constitution Day and make picture collages to represent what they learned.
The students at Midlothian Heritage High School voted on their class Princesses for Homecoming 2014. The princesses are Madelynn Chastain, Layne McKay and Hannah Worley.
Give $25 or more to the Midlothian ISD Education Foundation via www.northtexasgivingday.org on September 18th between 6:00 a.m. and midnight and your donations will be multiplied from a pool of $1.5 million of bonus funds and prizes!
At its regular school board meeting on Sept 15, 2014, The Midlothian ISD Trustees voted to make Midlothian Heritage High School (MHHS) a comprehensive high school. The process starts in 2015-16 when MHHS will house grades 9-11 (approximately 600 students). The following school year (2016-17), MHHS will house grades 9-12 (approximately 800 students). Read the full post on Dr. Stewart's blog.
The site location for Elementary School #7 was selected and approved by the School Board at the regular meeting on Sept. 15. Elementary #7 will be located at the northwest corner of Shiloh Rd. and Bryson Ln. The planned opening date is scheduled for the 2016-17 school year. More information will be available as this project moves forward. Questions or comments can be emailed to email@example.com.
Midlothian ISD has celebrated school-community spirit since 1906. So let's continue to show our Panther Pride during the Homecoming 2014 festivities. To rally and support the Panthers, a community pep rally is scheduled for Wednesday, September 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the Multi-Purpose Stadium. On Friday, September 19 the homecoming parade will be at 3:00 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. the MHS Football Panthers will tackle the Haltom Buffalos. View parade info & route. Homecoming Information
NOTE: The early release times have been adjusted at all schools to allow more time for traffic, buses and students to get where they need to go for the homecoming parade. We appreciate your support and understanding. PreK & PPCD students will receive a letter with schedule. The early release days on Dec. 18 and 19 and June 4 and 5 will remain as the normal 2-hour early release.
Midlothian ISD offers bus transportation for all eligible students during the regular school year. Every effort is being made to provide safe, comfortable, and pleasant transportation services while maintaining an appropriate level of efficiency. A parent letter will be provided to students whose bus stop time has changed due to an adjustment in routes and decrease in number stops to minimize ride times for students.
Substitute training for the fall semester has been scheduled for Wednesday, October 1st at the L.A. Mills Administration Building at 100 Walter Stephenson Road, Midlothian, Texas. The training begins at 8:00 a.m. and will end at noon.
All applications must be completed and returned no later than Wednesday, September 17th. No exceptions. Those applicants who have met the criteria and have been approved for substitute teaching will receive a letter of notification. Only those who have received a letter will be eligible to attend the training.
This training is for NEW applicants to the district. If you have worked for Midlothian ISD in the past, you do not need to attend the training.
All campuses and buildings are in transition of receiving a new phone system. We appreciate your patience during the installation. Our goal is to have all phones and extensions working as soon as possible. Callers may experience a longer wait time and the inability to call extensions as it rolls directly to staff's voicemail. Again, we apologize for any disruption of service during this busy time of year.
The telephone upgrade is needed to bring the district's communications network in line with current technology.