Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 Dear Parent/Guardian, In keeping with Mineola ISD's practices to respond to COVID-19, we are notifying all student families that a Staff Member at Mineola High School was recently lab-confirmed positive for COVID-19. Due to privacy requirements, we will not be releasing the name of the individual that may identify him or her. We are happy to report that they have very minor symptoms and are doing well. We will continue to work closely with our local health department on this matter and all departments within our District. After a careful review, two other staff members are currently finishing the quarantine phase, as well as one student. To our knowledge, none of these individuals have experienced symptoms related to COVID-19. All of our campuses at Mineola ISD continue to be cleaned daily and operations at our High School Campus will continue as usual. As always, we will keep you apprised of any further updates. My best, Cody Mize Superintendent of Schools
We are so thankful for our friends at the Mineola Education Foundation for their support. The New Teacher Breakfast was great!
Our Mission is Keeping Everyone Healthy Please check out our arrival to school commercial and share with your friends and family that will be choosing On Campus Instruction. https://youtu.be/mmCW76i56Ko
A great day to welcome our students back to campus!
Monitoring and Screening Procedures for COVID-19 are on the website now in English and Spanish. Read more: https://mineolaisd.net/browse/154997
High School Back to School registration starts on Monday, August 3rd. Are you ready? Read more: https://www.mineolaisd.net/o/mineola-hs/article/277370
Just a reminder! We hope that all of our parents/guardians and community members will join us for a virtual roundtable tonight, Tuesday, June 23rd at 5:30 p.m. Please share the word!
If you missed the Mineola High School Graduation from last night you can watch it here on our YouTube Channel! https://youtu.be/H29FG7oCMGM
Congratulations Mrs. McKinney!
Congratulations to MHS students Cyndi Butler and Tiara Stephens - our first to be certified as Medical Assistants! The hard work and studying has paid off. Mrs. Robinson and all of us at MISD couldn't be prouder.