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Our instructional and administrative staff takes extreme pride in serving our student and parent clientele. Our goal is to teach your child in the best and most effective way possible.

We readily recognize the importance of the partnership that exists between school and home. Communication is critical between us if your child is to be successful. Please make every effort to stay connected and involved with your child's education daily. If we are to be successful, we must have your support.

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It is a great pleasure to live in Midland, Texas, and work in the Midland Independent School District (MISD). As Executive Director, I provide leadership for the day to day operations of the eleven secondary schools in MISD.  I mentor campus principals and their administrative staff relative to program, organizational and instructional plans. Often I will chair or manage meetings that impact regulation and policy relative to students on secondary campuses. I report directly to the Chief Academic Officer and Superintendent of Schools.
Jeff Horner
Executive Director-Secondary Education 
grads 2014

Jeff Horner
Executive Director-Secondary Education
Midland Independent School District


  • Governor Greg Abbott today signed Senate Bill 149 (Seliger, R-Amarillo) into law to become effective immediately. Governor Abbott issued the following statement:

    “The goal of the Texas public education system should be to ensure all students who graduate from high school are college or career-ready. Ensuring that Texas students are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary for future success is what students, parents and taxpayers deserve. That is exactly why I have pledged to elevate Texas’ public education system to be number one in the nation.

    “The Class of 2015 is the first graduating class required to pass the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) end-of-course exams in order to graduate. While it is critical that the state appropriately holds public schools and districts accountable for delivering the best possible education, we must protect Texas students from being penalized as a result of evolving testing standards. SB 149 protects students from undue penalization, and guarantees that students who meet specified requirements are able to graduate.

    “I will continue to work with the Legislature to create and maintain standards of excellence for our schools so that our shared goals for public education can be accomplished.”

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  • Wednesday, May 6, 2015 
    Contact: Kim Evans, MISD Career and Technical Director, 432-240-1352, or kim.evans@midlandisd.net. 
    Career and Technology Education can benefit every student— that is the message of the new Midland 
    ISD CTE website: www.midlandisdcte.com. The site features MISD CTE course listings, video 
    descriptions, and local success stories. Courses are categorized in groupings of STEM (Science, 
    Technology, Engineering, and Math), Business, Industry, and Public Service. Classes range from 
    Automotive Technology, to Veterinary Medical Applications, to Cosmetology. Opportunities for MISD 
    students for CTE exploration, including summer learning programs and camps, are also listed on the site. 
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    Midland ISD and the City of Midland are joining efforts to promote a safe school year and encourage 
    student responsibility. Officials are emphasizing the importance of safe driving among teen drivers, and 
    among all drivers in school zones. Additionally, they are encouraging clean campuses and a clean 
    community through the “Not In My Town” anti-litter campaign. 

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  • MHS principal ready for Midland’s challenges, opportunities

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  • 2014-2015 List of Approved Tests for Assessment of English Language Learners

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  • Final Adoption of New Teacher and Principal Standards

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