Mr. Eggleston's Art I class learned how to create perspective drawings by studying and recreating images of the hallways at Heritage High School.
The MHS Pantherettes competed at Marching Auxiliaries Contest at Heritage High School over the weekend.
Family Feud Game where Longbranch Elementary students make up family names and play against each other as families.
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There will be a parent/community awareness meeting Monday, February 8, 2016 from 6:00-7:30 at the L.A. Mills Administration building. The presentation will be for adults and will be titled: "Help I have children! – Keeping Parents (or grandparents) up-to-date on Technology's influences". This presentation will help parents (and grandparents) to address technology’s lure for children and their vulnerability to exploitation through technology. Parents will understand the perfect storm their children are growing up in and how to interrupt the effects. Resources will be available for on-going conversations with your children.
Midlothian ISD uses Blackboard Connect (known as ParentLink) to communicate with parents and guardians. This mass notification system is used for emergency messages as well as general information. The database is updated daily from our student management system.
An important change was made pertaining to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The TCPA rules now prohibit making any non-emergency calls using an automatic telephone dialing system to send pre-recorded voice or text messages via a wireless telephone number. Emergencies are defined as circumstances that will affect the health and/or safety of students.
To comply with the recent clarification, MISD will only send Blackboard Connect automated phone calls or text messages for an emergency only. The campus and district administration may continue to use the system to send attendance alerts and general messages to parent emails. It is the parents responsibility to provide their child's campus with any email address changes during the school year.
Parents who have opted in to receive phone calls or text messages via Remind 101 or other communication tools will continue to receive those messages.
If you have any questions please contact Jana Pongratz at (972) 775-8296 x1037 or email email@example.com.
Midlothian ISD has an agreement with Navarro College that allows selected high school students to earn an Associate’s Degree via dual credit through Navarro College. Midlothian Collegiate Scholars Academy (MCSA) allows selected incoming 9th graders to begin earning roughly 60 Dual Credit Hours during their four years of high school and graduate with an Associate’s Degree. MCSA students continue to be a part of their high school campus. They will have the same opportunities for extracurricular activities and experiences as their classmates. More
During the December 14 regular school board meeting, MISD trustees agreed to the creation of a Growth Management Committee for 2016. The purpose of the committee will be to evaluate demographic data to strategically plan a long-term solution that accommodates the fast growth of Midlothian ISD. In addition, board members would like to be proactive and work along side the City of Midlothian’s growth plans. The 50-60 person committee will include community members and MISD employees, with meetings expected to start as soon as January 2016.
The Midlothian ISD School Board approved the new elementary attendance zones on December 2, 2015. The new zones will be implemented starting the 2016-2017 school year. More
Dr. Lane Ledbetter, Superintendent of Schools, will host ten Coffee Talk sessions throughout the school year. This forum is for staff, parents and community members to visit with Dr. Ledbetter as he highlights successes and shares current and future plans of the district. There will also be time for attendees to ask questions and provide input. More
Midlothian ISD is in the early stages of developing a Strategic Plan to guide the District for the next three to five years.
The School Board and Superintendent have developed a Strategic Planning framework focused around six categories: Teaching and Learning, Human Resources, Funding and Finance, Facilities, Technology and Communications/Community Partnerships. More