MISD offers a wide range of athletic programs for secondary students. Programs vary by grade level but include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, powerlifting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, volleyball and wrestling.
The Communications Department supports the efforts of campuses and the district in building relationships and communicating timely information to staff, students, parents, and the community.
The Construction Department oversees new facilities, renovations and special projects.
The Maintenance and Operations Department strives to efficiently maintain district facilities in a manner that provides students, teachers, staff and administrators an environment in which they can perform successfully.
The Finance Department is responsible for many monetary or financial issues involving purchases and budgeting within the district.
MISD is in partnership with ARAMARK Food Services and is committed to providing a quality food service program and raising nutrition awareness for all students.
The Human Resources Department provides service and support to employees and applicants in all personnel-related matters.
MISD is known for its high standards and quality education. It is the aim of the district to provide the best possible preparation for its students' college education and future employment.
The MISD leadership directs the operation, planning, development and administration in support of the District's mission.
The Payroll Department is responsible for the preparation and distribution of monthly, semi-monthly, substitute payroll and related employee benefits.
The Board of Trustees acts as the school district's policy-making body and is the official representative of the people for all public education in Midlothian ISD.
MISD provides facilities, personnel and supportive services to aid students in learning at the pace and in the manner most appropriate with their capabilities.
Midlothian ISD offers a wide variety of special programs for the purpose of reducing the achievement gap between all students of the school population.
The Technology Department is responsible for operation and maintenance of the information systems to include the network, hardware and software infrastructure, as well as numerous other systems that are necessary to support student learning.
The mission of the Transportation Department is to safely provide quality and reliable bus service for students and staff through a well-trained and positive staff that satisfies customers.
The Midlothian ISD Administration facility was named after former superintendent L. A. Mills, who served from the fall of 1931 until his retirement in February 1968. He served 37 years as Superintendent of Midlothian schools.
The facility opened as an elementary school in 1963 and housed first through fourth grades. The building expanded to accommodate the increasing number of students in 1987 and later converted to a 9th grade campus in 1997. After three years, the building was no longer large enough to house any single class in the district. In early 2000, a 6-month renovation transformed the facility into what it is today, the L. A. Mills Administration Complex.
The L. A. Mills Administration Complex is home to all central office personnel for the district. In addition, it is the site for school board meetings, teacher orientation and training, student testing, community immunizations and the disciplinary alternative education program (DAEP). It has also been used as a polling location for district voting.