Each year two seniors are selected who best exemplify “loyal” Rams. They are chosen because they represent Mineral Wells High School’s standard of excellence. These young men and women are models of outstanding character. They are leaders, scholars, athletes, and good citizens.
The Mineral Wells ISD Athletic Department offers safe, fun and skill-focused sports camps for your child. We will provide the perfect opportunity to improve their skills, make new friends, and to inspire a love for the game. We offer a variety of camps for students entering grades 1-12 in the 2018-2019 school year. Date, cost, and grade level will vary by camp. You may email the Mineral Wells Athletic Department at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Autism Awareness Month is a time to educate our community about autism and Light It Up Blue! Spreading autism awareness in our schools is a great way to celebrate April and promote inclusion and acceptance in the classroom and beyond. MWISD encourages everyone to Wear Blue on April 2nd for World Autism Awareness Day!
The Apple Corps program rewards excellence in teaching by honoring outstanding Mineral Wells Independent School District teachers. This is the District’s highest and most elite recognition. Mineral Wells ISD seeks to honor exceptional classroom teachers who demonstrate leadership innovation and dedication to the students.
Are you a business or individual interested in helping to sponsor internet hot spots for student check out from the school library? See how you can be a part of the MWISD Technology Initiative program.
The United Way of Palo Pinto County’s mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community around the world to advance the common good. When fundraising is combined with individual donations and leadership giving, Mineral Wells ISD has raised more than $48,000 for the 2017-18 United Way of Palo Pinto County campaign.
Since 1990, The E-Z MART Jim Yates Foundation has allocated funding for Education Grants to the school systems located in the communities in which E-Z MART operates. The purpose of these grants is to assist the educator in acquiring the tools necessary to instruct and lead our children to higher levels of learning with the most current instructional methods. Last year, E-Z MART contributed over $65,000 to teachers wishing to enhance their classroom experience.
The holiday season is a crucial time of year for many of those in need who rely on assistance. The Travis Elementary Student Council recently held a coat drive called “Coats for Kids”. After posting their needs on social media, Palo Pinto County Bass Masters immediately responded by donating $900 to the project.