Kenna Standridge was one of three students in Texas selected to have their poem published. Way to go Kenna! More
Eight Midlothian ISD 7th grade students have been recognized in the 2016 Duke University Talent Identification Program talent search for scoring approximately at or above the national average of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the ACT or the SAT. Frank Seale Middle School student Brooke Wedeking and Walnut Grove Middle School students Juan Acosta, Ryan Colvin, Caitlynn Hatfield, Catherine Larson, Lauren Sims, Lauren Snow and Joseph Wall all received state recognition. In addition, Catherine Larson and Lauren Sims qualified for grand recognition by scoring 90 percent or higher than recent high school graduates on at least one part of the ACT or the SAT. More
Athletic Physicals for incoming 6th graders involved in Pre-Athletics will be on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at Heritage High School. $20 Any questions, please contact email@example.com
Walnut Grove Middle School will host a blood drive on Monday, May 23, 2016 from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm in the parking lot. Look for the Carter BloodCare Bus. Contact Carol Hitt, Volunteer Drive Coordinator, for more information.
Midlothian ISD has an agreement with Navarro College that allows selected high school students to earn an Associate’s Degree via dual credit through Navarro College. Midlothian Collegiate Scholars Academy (MCSA) allows selected incoming 9th graders to begin earning roughly 60 Dual Credit Hours during their four years of high school and graduate with an Associate’s Degree. MCSA students continue to be a part of their high school campus. They will have the same opportunities for extracurricular activities and experiences as their classmates. More
WGMS is excited to announce that we will be offering a 1 semester "Robotics and Coding" class to incoming 6th graders for both the fall and spring semesters. Applications will be posted on our website later this Spring. If you wish to take robotics, please pencil it in on your course selection sheet, or speak with a WGMS counselor if you have already turned it in.
Dr. Lane Ledbetter, Superintendent of Schools, will host ten Coffee Talk sessions throughout the school year. This forum is for staff, parents and community members to visit with Dr. Ledbetter as he highlights successes and shares current and future plans of the district. There will also be time for attendees to ask questions and provide input. More