FSMS 7th grade science classes are learning about cells. The students created a cell out of a clear trash bag. It was fun to see all the very creative interpretations. More
Midlothian families are encouraged to bring books and blankets on the field at the MISD Multi-Purpose Stadium on Monday, November 3 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. This fun event includes a #MISDshelfie Photobooth, Book Walk, Computer Coding, Storytime on the Yard Line, Makerspaces activities, and Face Painting. Hosted by the MISD Library Media Specialists. View Flyer
The Boys and girls Basketball Team would like to invite everyone to come out to the 2nd Annual Hoop Madness on November 8th at 6pm at the High School Arena. The event is FREE and Mavs Man and Champ will be there for entertainment again this year. View poster
We will also be at lunch on, Wednesday, November 5th and Thursday, November 6th to sell Hoop Madness Shirts. They are $10 each. Coach Heather Eggleston also has them available for sale in her classroom.
Leading their respective campuses, principals work to create and maintain school environments that facilitate great teaching, learning, and continuous improvement. They set the academic tone for their campuses and maintain high curriculum standards, develop mission statements, and set performance goals and objectives.
Throughout the month of October, Midlothian ISD encourages students, parents, and employees to take time to recognize our campus principals for their hard work.
T. E. Baxter Elementary - Courtney Carpenter
J.R. Irvin Elementary - Shannon Thompson
Longbranch Elementary - Karena Blackwell
Mt. Peak Elementary - Karen Childers
J.A. Vitovsky Elementary - Kyle Chambers
LaRue Miller Elementary - Beth Van Amburgh
Frank Seale Middle School - Coy Tipton
Walnut Grove Middle School - Brian Blackwell
Midlothian Heritage High School - Krista Tipton
Midlothian High School - Al Hemmle
For more information on how you can celebrate your principal this month, visit principalsmonth.org.
The 83rd Texas Legislature passed House Bill 5 which contains sweeping changes to the Texas Education Code and, therefore, to graduation plans in Texas public schools. Video presentation. Download FAQ