Instructional Materials and Curriculum- Parent Resources
In support of becoming a high-performing organization and ensuring Excellence for All, the Teaching and Learning Division of Midland ISD is committed to providing quality curriculum resources, professional learning, services, and instructional materials that significantly advance academics.
Resources found here are provided in order to increase coherence in instructional programming across Midland ISD. Based on adopted state standards, curriculum resources and instructional materials found here have been selected using the district process in accordance with Texas State law, Texas Education Agency guidelines, and MISD Board Policy.
Social Studies K-12 materials are scheduled to be implemented in the 2025-2026 school year. The statewide and district adoption cycle begins in the fall of 2024 and will include materials with revised TEKS in social studies. This proclamation is also scheduled to include select CTE course materials. Midland ISD is scheduled to begin a review of materials for this Proclamation in the Fall of 2024.
Proclamation 2024The State Board of Education (SBOE) issued Proclamation 2024 at its April 2022 meeting. The SBOE is scheduled to adopt materials for Proclamation 2024 in November 2023. The adopted materials will go into classrooms in the 2024–25 school year. Proclamation 2024 calls for:
- science, grades K–12
- technology applications, grades K–8
- Personal Financial Literacy and Economics
- several CTE courses
Midland ISD will begin the review process for selection for Proclamation 2024 in October 2023.
The State Board of Education (SBOE) did not issue Proclamation 2023. As a result of this change, instructional materials originally listed under Proclamation 2023 will be considered in later proclamations.
Per Proclamation 2022, Texas school districts selected instructional materials in the school year 2021-22 for K-12 health and physical education (PE) implementation in the school year 2022-23 and beyond. Selection committees began work in the fall of 2021 and since that time, committees convened multiple times. Sessions created the opportunity for committee members to gain confidence using the rubric used to evaluate materials. The committees met in January for an in-depth study of the content and alignment to standards. This process, led by committee members and facilitated by Director Amanda Lopez, continued at the campus level. On January 26, the district hosted an Instructional Materials Publishers presentation for committee members. Materials were also posted to the Midland ISD website for review. In addition, opportunities for review and consideration were provided through office hours to remaining teachers and administrators on March 4. Finally, the School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) was presented with all materials for review and consideration on January 26, 2022.
Selection Committees chose for grades K-6 health and PE QuaverEd Publishing. The committee for grades 7-12 health and PE selected Goodheart-Willcox.
Texas school districts selected English and Spanish prekindergarten systems in the school year 2020-21. Midland Independent School District selected Three Cheers for Pre-K from the Savvas Learning Company. The 8-year commitment began with the 2021-2022 school year and is 100% aligned with the Texas Pre-Kindergarten Guidelines and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).
Instructional materials adopted under this proclamation were scheduled to be implemented beginning in the 2020–21 school year and include high school English Language Arts and Reading. Midland ISD selected myPerspectives Texas English Language Arts (Savvas Learning Company LLC formerly Pearson K12 Learning) for this 9-12 adoption.
Instructional materials adopted under this proclamation were scheduled to be implemented beginning in the 2019–20 school year and include English language arts and reading, grades K–8; Spanish language arts and reading, grades K–5; handwriting (English and Spanish), grades K–5; spelling (English), grades 1–6; and Personal Financial Literacy.
Instructional materials adopted under this proclamation were scheduled to be implemented beginning in the 2018–19 school year and included special topics in Social Studies. Midland ISD, at the time of adoption, did not adopt curriculum or materials with this proclamation.
Instructional materials adopted under this proclamation were scheduled to be implemented beginning in the 2017–18 school year and included career and technical education and languages other than English.
The SBOE did not issue a Proclamation between 2015 and 2017.
The SBOE issued Proclamation 2015 in April 2013. Instructional materials were adopted by the SBOE in November 2014 for high school mathematics, social studies, grades K–12, and fine arts, grades K–12. The materials adopted by Midland ISD went into classrooms in the 2015–16 school year.
Instructional materials were adopted for science, grades K–12, mathematics, grades K–8, and technology applications, grades K–12. The materials went into classrooms in the 2014–15 school year.
2012 - 2013
The SBOE did not issue a Proclamation between 2011 and 2014. Middle and high school science materials were purchased to supplement TEKS that were redesigned during this period.
Instructional materials were adopted for prekindergarten systems and English Language Arts grades 2 through English IV with Proclamation 2011. This proclamation also included Spanish Language Arts materials grades 2 through 6 and also included the English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) and College Readiness Standards. The materials went into classrooms in the 2011–12 school year.