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Kenna Standridge was one of three students in Texas selected to have their poem published. Way to go Kenna!

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Congratulations to the following students for being selected to represent Midlothian Heritage High School at Texas Boys State in June!

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Sixth grade students from Frank Seale Middle School competed in the Future Problem Solvers State Bowl in San Marcos Texas on April 16th.

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Longbranch Elementary first grade students perform the musical program, The Bear Went Over the Mountain.


New Student Enrollment Held at Administration Building This Summer

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Enrollment for students new to Midlothian ISD will begin June 15 at Midlothian Administration Building. By appointment only - please call 972-775-8296 to schedule a date and time.

June 15, 7:30-12:30

June 21 & 22, 7:30-12:30

June 28 & 29, 7:30-12:30

July 5 & 6, 7:30-12:30

July 12 & 13, 7:30-12:30

July 19 & 20, 7:30-12:30

July 25 - 28, 7:30-12:30

Aug 1 – 4, 7:30-4:00

Required Documents The following documentation will be required to enroll new student(s): · Original State Issued Birth Certificate (copy must be made at school)

· Original Social Security Card

· Immunization Records

· Withdrawal/Transfer Form from previous school

· Transcript for High School Students/Report Cards from previous school for all students

· Two (2) Proofs of Residency: Mortgage Statement or Lease Agreement or Tax Appraisal Statement AND Gas or Water or Electric Bill in Parent/Guardian's Name

· Driver's License of person enrolling student

· Custody Papers or Divorce Decree if applicable

High School Students

New students entering the 10th, 11th, & 12th grade will need to provide a transcript from their previous school along with all the other pertinent new enrollment paperwork at the time of their appointment. The transcript is needed to request all records from the previous school.

Reporting Issues With STAAR Tests

Due to reporting issues on the May administration of the 5th and 8th grade math and reading STAAR tests by the vendor for the STAAR Test (ETS), the Commissioner of Education, Mike Morath, has decided to cancel the 3rd administration of the 5th and 8th grade STAAR test for both math and reading. Despite the cancellation of the STAAR test on June 21 and June 22, Midlothian ISD is committed to providing accelerated instruction for our students in grades 5 and 8 who have demonstrated a need for additional support in the subjects of math and reading. Therefore, we will continue to provide summer school classes for the students who are currently attending. The last day of summer school with be on Thursday, June 16. Letter from the Commissioner

STAAR Tests Results Delayed

Additionally, TEA announced on Monday, June 13 that the release of results from the March and May exams for 3rd-8th grade will be delayed. The original release date for the results was June 15, but the results will now be released on July 5. The delay is allowing for the testing vendor, ETS, to conduct additional quality control checks and verification. Read more

School Board Approves Strategic Plan

Posted: March 29, 2016

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


Growth Management Committee

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


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