MISD MISSION STATEMENTALL students will graduate prepared and ready for college or career!Midland Alternative Program (MAP)"Moving in the right direction!"Programs - DDAEP (District Disciplinary Alternative Education Program)DAEP (Disciplinary Alternative Education Program)-Located at:2101 W. MissouriMidland, TX 79701(432) 240-4700(432) 240-4701 FaxLocated on the corner of Andrews Highway and Missouri (West Education Center). Please park in the circular parking lot north of the building. Please press the top button of the camera display box for admission to the building. Handicap accessibility is available by pressing the large handicap button.Parent Patrol Volunteers Wanted. Please Contact Us If You're Interested in Volunteering.Lena Buck, Principal
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SCHOOL BEGINS AUGUST 15, 2018
SCHOOL HOURS8:40 AM - 4:15 PMParents and Students,DDAEP Orientation and Enrollment sessions will be held on the days and times listed below. Remember parent and student must both be in attendance. They usually last about an hour if paperwork is completed prior to Orientation. Please phone Mrs. Baiza at 240-4700 if you have any questions or require assistance.
Monday thru Friday @10:30 AM and @2:30 PM ONLY
If your student will arrive at 9:00 AM or after, please use the North entrance and Accompany your student inside. Please call the office at 240-4700 if you need assistance.MAP DDAEP and DAEP students must wear standard attire at all times. Standard Attire Requirements are as follows:Blue/Black denim or khaki, blue, or black pants/shorts/skirt worn at waist level only. Waist size of clothing must not exceed the student’s actual waist size by more than 1 size. No large pockets are allowed on the sides and bottoms of the pants. No cargo pants or shorts.Shoes must be worn at all times. Specifically prohibited footwear includes cleats, skate shoes or any shoes with wheels, or footwear not intended for outdoor wear. Shoelaces must be tied to keep shoes from slipping.No holes on clothing.
DDAEP Students must wear a plain white shirt or blouse with or without a collar. DAEP Students must wear a plain black shirt or blouse with or without a collar.
In periods of cool weather, students may wear outer garments to school. Students are not permitted to wear coats, hats, hoodies, gloves, or any head coverings in the building. They must be removed upon entering the building and left in a designated area and remain in the designated area during the school day. These garments are subject to searches by school staff at any time.Remember your child cannot register and attend school until both the parent and student have completed Orientation and Enrollment. Thank you for your continued support.
ONLY white sweatshirts or sweaters may be worn in the building during periods of cold weather for DDAEP students. ONLY black sweatshirts or sweaters may be worn in the building during periods of cold weather for DAEP students. Parents may provide sweatshirt or sweater. No other colors are permitted. Sweatshirts/sweaters must not have hoods or pockets. Students will not be allowed to wear any type of jacket/coat in the building except for the sweatshirt or sweater.
If a student arrives out of compliance with MAP's Standard Attire policy, the parent will be contacted and must bring a change of clothes or take the student home to change clothes.
Any items that are confiscated will only be returned to the parent personally. Confiscated items that have not been picked up by the last day of school may be discarded.