We are so proud of this group of young men and coaches. Congratulations on a great season.
Let’s put a timer on that Saturday afternoon nap and come out and support these guys as they head out to Hallsville. Line up and down Patten Street at 3:10 p.m.. Let’s go Jackets!
How about some really positive news to start your weekend? This week at Mineola ISD, we only tested eight individuals for COVID-19 and ALL were negative. We currently have 100% of our staff and students that have experienced COVID back at school. We also have zero active cases currently in the District. For the latest information, continue to visit our COVID Dashboard on the Mineola ISD Website. Have a great weekend everyone!
We would like to thank our partners at Wood County Electric for taking the time to come explain the fundamentals of electricity and safety to our HVAC and welding students!
Our Mineola Primary students had a great time visiting the petting zoo sponsored by our amazing MISD At students today!
🚨Regional Quarterfinal Playoff Update vs. Atlanta 🚨 Saturday, February 27th, 6:30 p.m. Hallsville High School 🎟 $4.00 at the door or District Pass Let’s go Jackets! 🧡🏆
Congratulations to the Area Champions!
Area Round Basketball Playoff Information. The Yellowjacket Network will be broadcasting on Facebook LIVE as well.
Mineola ISD Police Department’s K9 Officer Thor had a few friends over to train yesterday! We really appreciate all of our law enforcement agency partnerships and their commitment to working together to make our community safe.
Congratulations to the Bi-District Champions!
Good evening everyone! I hope this message finds you and your family doing well despite the severity of the winter storm over the last week. I wanted to let you know that school will start tomorrow on our normal schedule. Nearly all of the major roads in our area are free of snow and the county roads are slowly, but surely becoming clearer. I want to personally thank all of our students and our parents/guardians for your efforts over the two days we provided virtual instruction for our students. I also want to say a big thank you to the City of Mineola! From the Public Works Department to the Police Department, your help throughout the week was really appreciated. Finally, thank you to our utility crews at Wood County Electric, SWEPCO, and the many other contractors that were ready to go at a moment’s notice to make sure our homes and buildings had power. We all have a lot to be thankful for throughout the Mineola community. Have a great start to the week! Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools
A few updates on scheduled activities: 1.) The Mineola ISD Special Called Board Meeting for Thursday, February 18th at 6:00 p.m. has been cancelled and rescheduled to next Thursday, February 25th at 6:30 p.m.. The Board will be working on the Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Motto, and Goals for the District going forward. 2.) The Winter Guard competition that was scheduled for this weekend in McKinney ISD has been cancelled. 3.) The Boy's Basketball Playoff Game vs. Hooks has been rescheduled for Monday, February 22nd at 7:00 p.m. at Spring Hill High School. Tickets will be online and we will update you soon with purchasing information.
Good morning everyone! We hope you and your family are doing well during this time. As you engage in Remote Instruction over the next couple of days, please let us know if we can help with any technology issues. Our help desk can be reached at 903-369-6533. Thank you!
Good morning everyone! Mineola ISD will be closed on Thursday, February 18th and Friday, February 19th due to weather. Remote Instruction for all students WILL occur on Thursday and Friday. If you experience power outages or internet service provider issues, please email your child's campus principal as soon as possible to make us aware of the situation. Here is your first Virtual Project Based Assignment...build a snowman displaying that Jacket Pride and post on social media or email to your teacher. (No, a grade will not be taken and no, you don't have to participate if you don't want to, but let's have a little fun!) Have a great rest of the week! Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools
Notice from City of Mineola. Thank you, Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools
Happy President's Day everyone! School will be CLOSED on Tuesday, February 16th and Wednesday, February 17th due to weather. We will continue to monitor the latest forecast and weather conditions into Wednesday before making a determination for Thursday and Friday. Our best, Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools
The Jackets Varsity Basketball Team will face Hooks in the Bi-District round on Friday, February 19th at 7:00 pm at Marshall ISD. Tickets can be purchased at https://t.co/Sr03TgHbdD. Please come out and support the Jackets and wear orange.
Congratulations to the District Champions!
Friday, February 12th, 2021 Re: COVID-19 Update Good evening everyone! This will be our final COVID-19 update in this form. The District has created a new COVID-19 Dashboard that you can follow to see the number of new cases each week. The Dashboard can be found here: https://www.mineolaisd.net/page/covid-19-dashboard If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact your child's Campus Office or the Administration Building. Have a great weekend, Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools
Good morning everyone! We are making preparations now to prepare for the winter weather expected this weekend and into next week. Most importantly we are thinking about how this might impact school operation. Here are a few things to make note of as we prepare together: 1.) If you need a hotspot to access the Internet, we have a limited quantity available. Please call your child’s campus before the end of the day so that you can arrange to pick one up if you are in need. 2.) We are scheduled to be off on Monday due to President’s Day. If the weather forecast holds true, expect to have some time to play in the snow during the day. 3.) Tuesday-Friday is where this may get tricky. We have enough minutes built into our calendar that if we needed to, we could take off Tuesday and Wednesday and not have to make the time up. If we get to Thursday and the roads are still a mess, we would move to Virtual Instruction on Thursday and Friday if need be. We are currently working right now to get devices into the hands of those kids who will be in need. 4.) Be flexible and ready for change. (We survived 2020, nothing new right?) We will communicate as early and often as possible as we watch this forecast play out. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out by phone. Thank you, Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools