Texas Public School Week was established in 1950 by the Masonic Lodges of Texas to recognize contributions made by the state's free system of education. Each year the event has grown, and it continues as a meaningful way to showcase the many educational opportunities afforded to the more than four million students attending Texas Public Schools. This year marks the 163rd year of public education in Texas and the 63rd year of the annual Texas Public School Week celebration. Since 1954 school districts and communities across Texas have celebrated the success of public education during Public School Week. To read more about the history of public education in Texas, visit TEA’s web page: An Overview of the History of Public Education in Texas
"Schools are the hub of our communities and Texas Public School Week is an excellent opportunity for our parents, family, and community members to visit our schools." said Mineral Wells ISD Superintendent Dr. John Kuhn. "Mineral Wells schools offer many great opportunities for our students and we invite parents and community members to attend the open house events during Texas Public Schools Week."
MWISD Open House Dates:
|Lamar Elementary||February 25th||5:00-6:00 pm|
|Travis Elementary||February 26th||5:00-6:00 pm|
|Mineral Wells Jr. High||February 28th||5:30-6:30 pm|
|Houston Elementary||February 28th||5:00-6:00 pm|
|Mineral Wells High School||March 6th||5:00-6:00 pm|