Sydney C., 5th grade student at Longbranch Elementary, wins 1st place in the state-wide essay contest hosted by the Texas Water Utilities Association. More
There will be a Midlothian Mayor's Back to School Bash on Saturday, Aug. 8 from 9am-1pm held at Frank Seale Middle School. Midlothian students in need can receive free school supplies, free haircuts and free immunizations if they pre-register by calling Manna House at 972-775-1800. There will also be 7 giant water slides and games for all MISD students to have fun and celebrate this upcoming school year. If high school students want to earn community service hours, then please email Jana Pongratz. Download flyer.
Midlothian ISD is exploring the possibility of creating a STEAM Academy held at one elementary school to serve student interest in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics through hands-on, project based learning. STEAM exposes students to content knowledge, critical thinking and innovation.
Elementary students who are interested will complete an application and participate in an annual lottery selection process.
The purpose of this survey is to determine the level of interest from parents who have elementary students. The information gathered will help the administration develop a plan that meets the desires and needs of the parents and district. A detailed discussion and more information will be presented at the School Board meeting August 17, 2015.
* Survey ends August 9, 2015
The start of school is getting closer! Visit our Back 2 School webpage for supply lists, orientation dates, immunization requirements, and more!
The Midlothian ISD Athletic Department's sport camps offer fun-filled summer programs for youth in Midlothian, Texas. Each week, participants jump into action, participating in exciting sport programs, exploring various techniques and tactics associated with athletics. Walk-up registrations are welcome at all camps. View summer camps
Free and available for both Apple and Android mobile devices, you can visit the MISD App Website to download today.
This dynamic new application will take advantage of leading technology resources to connect with parents, students and other stakeholders by using existing tools that streamline access to information under one umbrella. Parents and the community can customize the information they receive, and engage stakeholders with timely and responsive news and conversation about our district, schools and students. The previous app, powered by SchoolWay will be unavailable beginning March 18, 2015.