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Are You Ready for Back to School?

Classes for the 2017–18 school year begin Wednesday, August 16, and it’s going to be a great year for learning! Students will have opportunities to learn and achieve every day, and they’ll be challenged at the highest levels. Our teachers and principals work hard to ensure student success and expect students to work hard too! Download the 2017–18 MWISD school calendar and school supply list to prepare for a year of success. We encourage everyone to explore this site, which offers helpful information to get you and your family ready for a great year in Mineral Wells ISD!
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Partner in Education for June 2017

This past school year Lamar Elementary partnered with the Mineral Wells Art Association to bring a standards-based interactive art program called “Meet the Masters”.

The Mineral Wells Art Association graciously covered the cost of the art kits so that all students could create their own artwork following elements of famous artists. They not only provided the necessary...
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MWHS Wranglerettes Dance/Drill Team Kid’s Camp on Saturday April 22nd

MWHS Wranglerettes (Dance/Drill Team) Kid’s Camp is on Saturday, April 22, 2017 for kids ages 4 years to 6th grade at the high school. Camp is from 9am-12pm with registration at 8:30 am in the cafeteria. Cost is $25 per child and includes snacks, t-shirt, and two tickets to the MWHS Wranglerettes Spring Show. To register, please print and fill out the camp form attached below. Forms can be turned in on April 22nd at the camp.
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Mineral Wells ISD Elementary Students, Parents to Participate in Texas Reads One Book

On April 3, 2017, Mineral Wells ISD students will be among tens of thousands of Texas students and their families kicking off a statewide celebration of literacy called Texas Reads One Book. They will simultaneously watch a videotaped reading of the first chapter of the Lemonade Wars by Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett.
Across the state, more than 50,000 families in more than 100 elementary schools will...
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