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debateCongratulations to the MHS debate team for their successes this weekend October 18 in Mabank. More

 

CAMPUS NEWS

'Movember' is coming

Movember is coming up. Help us change the Face of Men's health by
donating and joining our Movember team, Midlothian High School Mo-vers and Shakers. MoBros and MoSis' will be selling wristbands all week starting October 27 during lunches, or you can visit Mr. Schreurs in Lab 4 or Mr. Schrodt in Room 220 anytime for wristbands and info.

Men, for a $20 donation, you will receive a cool MHS Movember 2014
wristband and the opportunity to grow facial for the entire month of
November.

Ladies, we would like you participate as well. Donate $15 for a cool
wristband and to show your support in changing the Face of Men's Health.

 

Panther Alley at the Midlothian Fall Festival

Posted: October 22, 2014

MISD students and organizations joined more than 150 vendors that participated in the 8th Annual Fall Festival this past Saturday. An estimated 6,000 guests attended the event and had the opportunity to see and hear about the great things happening at MISD while they walked through "Panther Alley". Click here to view pictures

 

TAKS OOS Testers

Out Of School (OOS) students who need to take a TAKS test need to go online to register HERE. Test dates are October 20th through October 24th, with ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies given, in that order.

 

2014 Color Run Benefiting At-Risk Students

Mark your calendar for the 2nd Annual Color Run for a Future 5K & 1K on Saturday, November 15, 9 a.m. at the MISD Multi-Purpose Stadium. Come out and support the MHHS and MHS mentor program that helps at-risk students in need. There will be music, a photo booth, decorated sunglasses contest, and runners will be covered in colors during the chipped-timed race. Go to www.movementtowardafuture.org and register early to receive a t-shirt and more. MISD Rowdy Runners will register at their individual schools. For questions and more information please email Shara Lattimore.

 

Rezoning and Planning for MHHS

On Sept. 15, 2014, the MISD School Board approved to make Midlothian Heritage High School a comprehensive (9th-12th) high school by the year 2016-2017. A preliminary attendance zone for both MHHS and MHS will be presented to the School Board for consideration of approval at the regular public meeting on Dec. 15 at 5:30 p.m., L.A. Mills Administration Building. Parents and community members are invited to attend the scheduled townhall meetings to learn more about the rezoning process and receive updates. More

 

MISD Celebrates National Principals Month in October

Posted: October 8, 2014

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.

 

Senior Yearbook Ads on sale

Senior Ad yearbook orders are due by Friday, Nov. 14. Fill out the online order form to order your senior ad today! See Mrs. Kidder in room 513 or email her at rachel_kidder@midlothian-isd.net for more information. Download the Information Packet

 

National Honor Society Qualifications

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House Bill 5 - Graduation Requirements

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

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