Midland ISD has plans in place for multiple levels of COVID-19 transmission in our community. The district's planning process has been shaped by recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Education Agency, Midland Health Department, Midland Memorial Hospital, state and local officials, parents, teachers, and staff. 

    Midland ISD will open under the At-Home Instruction model. We will begin as scheduled on August 19, and continue virtual learning for the first four weeks.
    **Partnership schools, including Sam Houston Collegiate Preparatory Elementary, IDEA Travis Academy, and Pre-K Academy at Midland College will open with their own schedule and safety measures. Please contact those campuses for details.**
    Click here to watch our Listen and Learn session from July 28.

    Re-Entry Flow Chart

    Q: What are the definitions of Low, Moderate, and Substantial?
    A: MISD follows the CDC definitions for these levels of community spread. Substantial means there is large-scale community transmission of COVID-19 (either controlled or uncontrolled), including communal settings. Moderate means there is sustained transmission of COVID-19 with high likelihood or confirmed exposure within communal settings and potential for rapid increase in cases. Low means there is evidence of isolated cases or limited community transmission, and no evidence of exposure in large communal settings. Midland ISD is in close communication with the Midland Health Department and Midland Memorial Hospital on COID-19 tracking.