• 2020-2021 School Year ONLY 

    District Initiated Cancellation of MOA Appeal

    When students in the Midland Online Learning Academy (MOA) are not engaging in the content or struggling academically, the need for interventions or a change in learning environments may be necessary. In the event a student participating in remote learning is failing or has unexcused absences, a parent can request for the student to be moved to in-person learning, or the Midland Independent School District can cancel remote learning for the student with the requirement to notify parents of the cancellation decision. 

    In the event of a district initiated cancellation of online learning, a parent may appeal if they disagree.  Continuation in MOA may be appealed in one of two ways:

    • Submitting a *medical exemption
      • This exemption requires a healthcare provider certification that the child or an individual in his/her household has a high-risk medical condition as defined by the Centers for Disease Control. 
      • Medical Exemption Form
    • Requesting a transition meeting
      • If a parent requests a transition meeting (which can be held virtually), the campus will contact you to schedule a transition meeting with the Online Learning Committee.  The meeting will occur no sooner than 3 school days after it is requested, and the student may continue to learn remotely until the meeting has been held.
      • Parents will be notified of the results of the meeting via a letter including meeting minutes. 
      • The decision of the Online Learning Committee is final.  

     *A Medical Certification does not excuse a student from academic requirements from the Midland Independent School District and the State of Texas.  Students with a Medical Certification are subject to attendance laws. Regular engagement in the content is required while in MOA to reflect attendance for that course/subject.

    Medical Exemption Form - Spanish   (form must be completed in the United States by a healthcare provider)