Can you spell... CONGRATULATIONS! Olivia Fiorillo was crowned the WGMS Spelling Bee Champion when she spelled the word nihilism correctly. Emily Shipman was the runner-up finishing 2nd place overall. More
Midlothian High School Presents Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Students of all ages from every school in the district have been preparing for this production. You are invited to come see the performances on January 29-30 at 7 p.m. and January 31 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for students, and children under 5 are free.
January 30 is the last day to order a yearbook to guarantee you receive a yearbook at the end of the year. Paper order forms are being sent with report cards or you may purchase online. Please be aware that personalized options are only available by purchasing online.
Cat Night will be on January 30 from 6pm to 10pm. Tickets will be sold at lunch starting on January 26 and continue each day until tickets are sold out. Tickets must be purchased in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door the night of the event. Cat Night is open to current WGMS students only. To enter at Cat Night, students must have the permission form on the back of their ticket signed by their parent/guardian. Students must wear socks. Regular school dress code applies with the exception of athletic shorts of appropriate length. Students who do not meet the dress code requirements will not be allowed to enter the event and no refund will be issued.
Tickets cost $20 and include unlimited access to all activities as time permits. Concessions are an additional cost. Dodgeball teams must turn in their completed registration form by the end of D lunch on January 30 to be eligible to participate in the tournament. The tournament will be limited to the first 30 teams to register. Each team member must purchase a Cat Night ticket before the team can turn in a registration form. Dodgeball tournament prizes will be awarded for the 1st place champions, best uniforms, best victory dance, and MVP.
Activities included in the ticket price are: Adrenaline Rush II Obstacle Course, Amazon Zipline, Zorb Ball (Human Hamster Ball) Racing, Mechanical Bull, EuroBungee Trampoline, Wax Hand Creation, Wipeout, Arcade Games, Spider Crawl, Log Jammer Eliminator Game, Air Hockey, Pool Table, Remote Control Car Racing, 3D Photo Booth, Dodgeball Tournament, plus more!
A concession stand will be available for drinks and snacks including pizza, cotton candy, soft drinks, bottled water, candy, and snacks. Items will cost $1 or $2. Please bring dollar bills the night of the event if possible to help with change at the concession stand.
Parents - We are in need of parent volunteers to help chaperone at Cat Night on January 30. Cat Night will be from 6-10pm. Parent schedules will be made in two shifts (5:45pm-8pm or 8-10pm). Volunteers may sign up for one or both shifts. Please let us know your preference in stations and times using the sign up form online or reply to this email with your preferences. Each station will also have high school student assistants.
All parent volunteers must have a background check on file with WGMS to assist for the evening. If you have filled out the background form already this year for WGMS or for another school in the district, then you do not need to complete another form. If you need the form, it can be downloaded here.
MHS/MHHS Students - MHS and MHHS students may assist with Cat Night to earn their community service hours. All MHS/MHHS students assisting with Cat Night must sign up in advance. Only those MHS students who have signed up prior to January 29 will be allowed to enter Cat Night. Schedules will be made in two shifts (5:45pm-8pm or 8pm-10:15pm). Students may sign up for one or both shifts. MHS/MHHS students may sign up online or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MHS/MHHS student volunteers at Cat Night must be in school dress code and wear a Midlothian school shirt or blue shirt to help identify them at the event.
A Community Drug Awareness presentation will be February 3 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the MISD Administration Bldg., 100 Walter Stephenson Rd. Cassie Street, REACH Council Program Director & Prevention Specialist, will discuss current drug trends that threaten today's youth. This presentation is sponsored by the MISD Safe Schools & Healthy Students and the REACH Council Prevention Services.
Entry forms are now available for MISD's Got Talent and Art Show, presented by the Midlothian High School Choir Department. High school, middle school and elementary school students are encouraged to showcase their talent as singers, musicians, dancers, comedians, videographers, artists and more. Auditions will be held February 9-13, 2015. The Talent Show will be at 7 p.m. on February 27 for elementary students and February 28 for secondary students. Don't miss the 5 year anniversary show featuring special guest performances from MHS football players, Pantherettes, WGMS/FSMS football players, Wildcat/Cub Dancers, and Partner PE students.
Middle and high school students, tell us how we can improve your school dining experience for a chance to win a Kindle Fire HDX 7"! Want to let us know what healthy choices or yummy new flavors you would like to see in your cafe? Go to studentvp.com/midlothian or ask your cafeteria staff for additional details.
Each January, we pause to express our appreciation for a very special group of volunteers: the Midlothian ISD School Board of Trustees. The 2014-2015 Board members are Todd Hemphill (president), Keith Hitt (vice-president), Matt Sanders (secretary), Duke Burge, Jim Mentzel, Tom Moore and Carl Smith (trustees).
Usually, we don't think of school board members as school volunteers, but they do in fact volunteer to serve. School board members give their time, energy, and counsel to the school district without pay. They take on the job of governing the district - making the best decisions they can for our children - with the full understanding that they will receive only the satisfaction of their contribution. More
On December 15, 2014, the MISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve the 2015-16 High School Zoning Map (option A). The map was finalized based on an analysis of student capacity, enrollment projections, logistic variables an overall consensus to do what is best for the whole district. More
The 83rd Texas Legislature passed House Bill 5 which contains sweeping changes to the Texas Education Code and, therefore, to graduation plans in Texas public schools. Video presentation. Download FAQ