The 2nd grade teachers enjoyed time with Santa at the Longbranch Elementary Jingle Bell Bash.
The Midlothian school community has no confirmed cases of the Enterovirus D68 virus. The district will do everything possible to keep parents informed and prevent the spread of the virus. It has been reported that there are 10 confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68 in Dallas County. This virus can cause mild to severe respiratory illness. The symptoms may include fever, runny nose, sneezing, cough, and body and muscle aches. Severe symptoms may include wheezing and difficulty breathing.
How is the virus spread?
The virus can be found in an infected person’s respiratory secretions, such as saliva, nasal mucus, or sputum.
How can I protect myself?
Using hand sanitizer will not help prevent someone from getting the virus, you need to use good hand washing with soap and water. Do not share eating utensils or cups.
Who is at risk?
In general, infants, children and teenagers are most likely to get infected with D68.
How is it diagnosed?
It requires specific lab tests that may be ordered by your healthcare provider.
If you think your child may have D68, please contact your doctor. For more information, go to the CDC website.
The Midlothian ISD Education Foundation administers two scholarship funds for MISD employees' continuing education. Thank you to the United Way of West Ellis County for initially funding the Paraprofessional Scholarships, and to Trust US Federal Credit Union for funding a 2013 Teacher and a Paraprofessional Scholarship.
Applications for both scholarships are now available for the 2013-2014 school year. Employees who are chosen for this year's scholarships will be notified they've won at their MISD Staff Awards Ceremonies in late May or early June.
For more information, please contact Chelsi Frazier at 972-775-8296 ext. 1281
Midlothian ISD employees can access their accounts, requisitions, PO’s, paychecks, and time off information through the Skyward Mobile Access app. The app saves the login and password for fast, easy access. The free app can be downloaded on the iTunes App Store, Google Play and the Amazon Appstore, and works with iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone and Android mobile devices. If you need your login information, please contact Kim Melton.
The center is open to all district employees, and school-aged parents of the district. It is currently licensed by the state of Texas for 125 children, from 6 weeks of age to 5 years. We are recognized as a four-star facility by the Child Care Services division of the Texas Workforce Commission.
We observe the same calendar as the district. We pro-rate Summer Break, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring Breaks (no charge for the times we are closed).
The daycare is located inside the Laura Jenkins Development Center, 315 East Ave. E, Midlothian, TX 76065, (972) 775-8955 with operating hours 7am to 4:30pm. For further details or to ask questions, please contact Daycare Director, Glenda Dooley.
NOTE: The parent handbook and supply lists for the 2014-2015 school year will be updated on June 2.
All staff must complete the Compliance Training Courses listed below annually. Please note there may be changes through upcoming legislative sessions. Download the instructions and documentation form below, then follow instructions to complete the training.
In addition to the above, all new staff and MISD staff who have not yet completed the following training, must do so.
Print the certificates upon completion.