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. More
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.
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.
Engraved bricks will be available to purchase at Meet The Teacher Night on Monday, September 8 to create a walkway outside MHHS library to commemorate the opening of Midlothian Heritage High School. Various sizes are available and costs start at $50.
This is a wonderful way for you and your family to leave a permanent marker of your participation in the opening of Midlothian Heritage High School in 2014. This also serves as the MHHS fundraiser this year.
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.
On August 17 the ribbon was cut symbolizing the official opening of Midlothian Heritage High School for the 2014-2015 school year. A great turnout of proud community members, students, school officials and staff who witnessed a special ceremony that started with "Our Heritage" video, which led to the presentation of flags, the National Anthem and inspiring thoughts from School Board president Todd Hemphill, superintendent Dr. Jerome Stewart, MHHS student Marissa Villareal, and MHHS principal Krista Tipton. All attendees were encouraged to tour the district's 2nd high school and 10th campus. Photos I Program
As the school year begins, the Midlothian Fire Department will continue enforcing fire lane violations at all MISD campuses and facilities. Attended vehicles during school drop off and pick up times are allowed to be in fire lanes as long as they can readily be moved. Unattended vehicles parked in fire lanes will be subject to citations or towed. Time is a factor during emergencies and Midlothian ISD and the Midlothian Fire Department want to emphasize that safety is our priority.
Order your 2014-2015 MHS/MHHS yearbook now and save $5! This sale only lasts until Sept. 12, when the price will go up to $65. The award-winning Panther Scream yearbook will include both Midlothian and Midlothian Heritage High Schools, and will be 20% bigger this year, allowing for more room to tell our unique story. Don't miss out on this sale! Download Order Form
Please be patient with us as we are in the process of installing our new phone system. If you call our main Midlothian Heritage High School phone number (972-775-6509) and are unable to reach someone, please e-mail or try again to call later. We hope to have the kinks worked out soon and be better able to serve you. Thank you for your patience.
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