Kenna Standridge was one of three students in Texas selected to have their poem published. Way to go Kenna!
Congratulations to the following students for being selected to represent Midlothian Heritage High School at Texas Boys State in June!
Sixth grade students from Frank Seale Middle School competed in the Future Problem Solvers State Bowl in San Marcos Texas on April 16th.
On May 18th the first annual Strive to Drive perfect attendance initiative was celebrated for more than 1,000 Midlothian ISD high school students from Heritage High School and Midlothian High School.
These students earned a minimum of one perfect attendance ticket per nine weeks and one bonus ticket per semester totaling six possible tickets. At the celebration event, ten student names were randomly drawn and each student received a car key. Only one key started the car!
Congratulations to Midlothian High School junior, Vincent Brigance, whose lucky key won him a free 2014 Ford Focus Sedan courtesy of Waxahachie Autoplex and the tax, title and license covered by First Financial Bank of Midlothian.
The Waxahachie Autoplex Strive to Drive TX program educates students and their parents on the importance of being in class, as attendance has a direct impact on academic performance. Research indicates that consistent school attendance is linked to positive behavior, increased participation in extracurricular activities, higher grades and educational outcomes.
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RENEWALS for MHS: Now thru May 31Athletic Office: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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.
On March 28, 2016 the Midlothian ISD School Board approved the Strategic Plan that will define and shape the District's roadmap for the next three to five years. The Strategic Plan is focused around six categories: Teaching and Learning, Human Resources, Funding and Finance, Facilities, Technology and Communications and Community Partnerships. The intent is to refine efforts in targeted areas using existing resources to ensure the best possible outcomes for students. More
VIDEO: Strategic Plan Overview
It is the recommendation of district administration and the Board of Trustee that a long-range facilities planning committee be formed in the spring of 2016 to study the impact of growth on Midlothian ISD. Using the Strategic Plan, conducting a comprehensive study of the current state of the District, and evaluating trends in growth patterns of Midlothian, the committee is charged with creating a long-range plan that not only meets future needs of the District but also fits within current financial constraints. More