Tag Archives: Midland Independent School District
Midland ISD considers closing an elementary school or spending millions to house an all-girls academy
Midland Independent School District has to decide by next month whether or not to displace hundreds of students currently attending Washington STEM Academy. The cause of the imminent deadline is a contractual agreement between the district and the non-profit that … Continue reading
Students at Robert E. Lee High School chose from four designs to replace their current mascot, a Confederate soldier. The move is part of the ongoing process to change Robert E. Lee High School to Legacy High.
By Mitch Borden Front runners in three city council races in Odessa and two school board elections in Midland failed to the votes needed for them to claim total victory. Since candidates were unable to get over 50% of votes … Continue reading
By Mitch Borden After a three-hour meeting Wednesday night, Midland Independent School District’s board of trustees voted to rename Robert E. Lee High School—which residents commonly refer to as Midland Lee—and now call it Legacy High School.
By Mitch Borden Early voting for the Nov. 5 elections is underway and in Midland, voters are weighing in on a slew of ballot items including a bond election for Midland Independent School District. The $569 million dollar bond is … Continue reading
By Mitch Borden The Midland Independent School District is gearing up for a battle. It has about two months to convince voters to something they’ve never done before: approve a $569 million bond — that’s three times the size of … Continue reading
By Mitch Borden After reports of multiple threats at Abell Junior High School surfaced in Midland, the district’s board of trustees called an emergency meeting on Tuesday to discuss the concerns of parents.