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JAVE Rowdy Runners would like to thank teachers Mrs. Copeland and Mrs. Boniol and Principal Chambers for participating in the 2nd Annual Rowdy Runner 5K, recently.

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Leadership Midlothian Enjoyed 21st Century Learners

Posted: April 17, 2014

Each year local citizens and business professionals participate in Leadership Midlothian and spend half a day learning about Midlothian ISD. On April 16, Superintendent Dr. Stewart welcomed the leadership group and Mrs. Childers, Mt. Peak Elementary principal, talked about how MISD teachers design lessons to keep students engaged.

As a 21st Century Learner in Mrs. Xavier's third grade class, Jaden S. had the opportunity to share his personal experience with Project Launch and how it has helped his congenital nystagmus condition. Watch video.

The community leaders also visited the Midlothian High School, Agricultural Science Facility and toured Midlothian Heritage High School. View photos

Texas Library Association SMARTy Award Finalists

Posted: April 10, 2014

Congratulations to Midlothian ISD elementary Library Media Specialists who were named Texas Library Association SMARTy Award finalists for Best Practices and Innovation in Library Management. They submitted their innovative digital summer reading program called Virtually Blooming Bluebonnets, which encouraged 21st century learners across the community to interact online as they read and discussed books from the 2013-2014 Texas Bluebonnet list. Students were able to connect with peers, teachers, and media specialists. This successful reading initiative will be implemented once again this summer.

MISD Parent Technology Survey

The Midlothian ISD staff values parent input as they plan for K-12 students' technology education and needs to be successful. All parents are encouraged to take the short survey by April 18. Take survey now

5K4Kids logoMEF 5K4Kids set for April 26

MEF is proud to present our 5th annual chip-timed 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run on Saturday, April 26! This is a family-friendly event that benefits the Midlothian ISD Education Foundation. For more information, please visit our website or contact our office for any questions… see you there!

WGMS holds Ice Cream Social for former students, staff

The annual Walnut Grove Middle School Spring Reunion Ice Cream Social will be on April 29 from 4pm to 5:30pm in the WGMS cafeteria. This is a free come & go event for all former Wildcats and staff members. Come enjoy an ice cream sundae or root beer float while catching up with your favorite teachers and fellow Wildcats. Share your favorite memories and reminisce while watching old Cat News videos and looking through yearbooks from years past. Please extend the invitation to any and all former students and former staff members you know! We'd love to catch up to see what our former Wildcats are doing now. We look forward to seeing everyone!

Grand Central Station Labs Win GCS Spirit Award

Frank Seale Middle School and Walnut Grove Middle School Grand Central Station Labs have been chosen by the Center for Learning and Development to receive the “Spirit of GCS Award” for the 2013-2014 year. This special award recognizes outstanding teachers and administrators who support struggling at-risk learners using the structure of Grand Central Station. Teachers address the needs of the whole child individually from academics to organizational skills and proactive learning strategies.

Congratulations to Gayle Stack, Tamara Hansen, Caron Vinson and Becky Oliver at FSMS and Kim Rawlinson, Carey Thompson, Brandy Pustejovsky and Chelli Clower at WGMS for their outstanding work with students in the GCS labs.

Cell Phone Cover Fundraiser for a good Cause

Help support the Panther Regiment and the Midlothian ISD Education Foundation with their cell phone cover fundraiser! The covers fit on iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5s, and 5c, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4, and are $15 and $5 more for personal customization! Visit the link to order now.

SkywardSkyward mobile app available for MISD Staff

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.

 

 

 

Jenkins Development Center

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).

To register your child, download this form and return to the Laura Jenkins Development Center. Next year's supply list [PDF] is now available. The parent handbook is available to download. [PDF]

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.

Feeding Schedule [PDF]

W-10 Form: Dependent Care Provider’s Identification and Certification [PDF]

 

 

 

Compliance Training

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.

Instructions | Form [PDF]

Anaphylaxis [PDF]

Diabetes Basics [PDF]

Guide to Diabetes Management [PDF]

Blood Born Pathogen [PDF]

Copyright & Fair Use for Educators [PDF]

FERPA [PDF]

Harrassment [PDF]

Section 504 Overview [PDF]

 

Child Abuse-Recognizing and Reporting Suspected Abuse or Neglect of a Child

Texas Educators' Code of Ethics

Print the certificates upon completion.

In addition to what is listed above, all new staff must complete the following Compliance Training Course through Region 10's online courses:

Sexual Abuse and Other Maltreatment of Children