Midlothian Heritage High School students receive training in CPR. All freshman will receive training in the American Heart Association’s “Hands Only CPR” course this year! More
Midlothian ISD bad weather make-up days are scheduled for Friday, April 3 and Friday, May 22. The state requires that school districts designate two bad weather make-up days on the district calendar. Since MISD was closed all day on February 23 and February 24 due to inclement weather, students and staff must attend school on April 3 and May 22 to make up for the missed days of instruction. MISD has applied for a waiver for the additional days missed.
Please join me in welcoming Ben Buentello as the Midlothian Heritage High School Head Boys Soccer Coach/Business Teacher!
Ben Buentello received his BBA in Management from Texas A&M University and is joining us after serving as the varsity boys soccer coach at Azle High School for 3 seasons. He also helped with the JV2 girls team at his alma mater, South Grand Prairie H.S. prior to becoming a head coach.
Coach Buentello is the son of Joseph and Jackie Buentello and has a younger sister, Samantha, all of whom live in Grand Prairie. He is excited about returning to the area and looks forward to spending more time with his family. In his spare time, he can be found pursing his other passion…bass fishing.
MISD will begin the annual Gifted and Talented nomination and screening process for all students in grades 1-11. The nomination window will run from April 6 through April 17.
If you have any questions regarding the nomination or screening process, please contact your child’s counselor. Parents, students, and community members are welcome to nominate students for the GT Program. Elementary parents may request a nomination packet by contacting your child’s teacher. Secondary parents may request a nomination packet by contacting your child’s counselor.
Please join me in welcoming David Gaskamp to Midlothian Heritage High School as our Head Wrestling Coach and PE Teacher starting in 2015-16!
I graduated from Round Rock Westwood in 1987. I received a scholarship to play football at Blinn jr. College where I was an All – Conference Offensive Guard. From Blinn, I received a scholarship to play for East Texas State University where I played Guard and Punted. In 1991 I was lucky enough to make the All – Lonestar Conference Team at the Guard position.
I have been married to my wife, Misti, for 22 years and we have 3 beautiful children, Jaci, Garrett, and Nathan. Jaci attends Angelo State University, Garrett plays football for Tarleton State University, and Nathan is a freshman in High School. My wife is an elementary School teacher.
I have been teaching and coaching for a total of 20 years. I was a Graduate Asst. football coach for 2 years at East Texas State University. After that I jumped into the high school ranks where I began my teaching and coaching career in 1997 at my alma mater, Round Rock Westwood High. I taught P.E. and coached Football and Track while at Westwood.
In 2000, I took a job at Killeen High where I taught Health and P.E. and coached Football and started up a brand new Wrestling program. We won two wrestling district team titles and have had numerous district champions, and regional and state qualifiers. This past season we sent 3 wrestlers to state where my heavyweight placed 3rd.
Midlothian, TX, March 26, 2015 – Midlothian ISD received $1,000 for each of its ten campuses from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program. Walid Alameddine, president & COO of Victron Energy, presented principals with checks this morning bringing the total donated through this program to over $33,000 since 2009. More
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.
Principal Krista Tipton reflects upon the end of the 3rd grading period at Midlothian Heritage High School. Thank you for your partnership in the education of MHHS students. Read letter
Singing Solo 1st: Keely W.
Singing Solo 2nd: Lindsay V.
Singing Group 1st: Charity and Alanna P.
Dance Solo 1st: Kayleigh B.
Dance Solo 2nd: Gillian H.
Dance Solo 3rd: Kielea Pi.
Dance Group 1st: 2HC Kids
Dance Group 2nd: Sloan S. and Andi T.
Singing Solo 1st: Jonathan Hill
Singing Solo 2nd: Daniela Ramos
Singing Solo 3rd: Demi Harris
Singing Group 1st: Aspen Ware and Nicole Watson
Singing Group 2nd: Karmen Swanson and Kylie Smothers
Dance Group 1st: Ryan Colvin and Brooke Wedeking
Instrumental 1st: Mason Zacharias
Singing Solo 1st: Karmerann Burney
Singing Solo 2nd: Lauren Parten
Dance Solo 1st: Destiny Martinez
Instrumental 1st: Mitchelle Drake
Singing Solo 1st: Vincent Brigance
Singing Solo 2nd: Micalah Bradford
Singing Solo 3rd: Eliana Palmer
Singing Group 1st: Kaylee Consalus, Dannielle Remek, Stephanie Schroeder ("No Where But Up")
Singing Group 2nd: Lauren Witte and Eli Lackey
Singing Group 3rd: Emma Beard and Brayden Gray
Film 1st: Nate Trillo
Music Video 1st: Donavan McGuire
On February 16, 2015, the MISD School Board adopted the official school mascot and school colors for Midlothian Heritage High School starting the 2015-16 school year.
Colors: MIDLOTHIAN BLUE & RED (with CHROME accent)
Special thanks to all of the MISD staff and students and the Midlothian community members who served on the Mascot/Color Committee. Also, thank you to everyone who offered suggestions and feedback during the process. The committee considered over 1000 responses to surveys throughout the process.
MHHS will not officially become Jaguars and will not take on the new colors until the end of the 2014-15 school year. This year, all MISD high school students are united as Panthers.
Thank you all for making history for Midlothian and for MISD. We all look forward to adding the phrase, "Go Jags" to our vocabulary in 2015-16!
On December 15, 2014, the MISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve the 2015-16 High School Zoning Map (option A). The map was finalized based on an analysis of student capacity, enrollment projections, logistic variables an overall consensus to do what is best for the whole district. More
A downloadable PDF of the Powerpoint shared by counselors at the parent night to discuss Personal Graduation Plans is linked below. If you were unable to attend one of the two meetings that were held you may download the information here.
If you have any pictures from family vacations, pool parties, or anything else taken from June, July, or August, send them our way. You can bring them by room 1013 at Heritage or 513 at MHS or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you include details about who is in the picture and when/where it was taken.
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
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
Midlothian Heritage High School is a supportive community that empowers each other to embrace a tradition of innovation, collaboration, integrity, excellence and respect.
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act ... but a habit.