Monthly Archives: July 2011

Education Malnutrition

Malnutrition happens to children when they do not get enough calories and/or nutrients. Under normal circumstances, an adult would not purposely withhold food from a child to the point of malnutrition. Yet, when it comes to education, withholding academic nutrition … Continue reading

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Summer Volleyball Camp (July 26, 2011)

Summer Volleyball Camps are in progress (July 25-28, 2011). More pictures can be viewed at http://midmoments.smugmug.com under the category: Summer Camps 2011.

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Summer Football Camp

Summer Football Camp is here at Midlothian High School. This picture was taken on July 25, 2011. More can be viewed at http://midmoments.smugmug.comĀ (see Summer Camps 2011).

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Nick Ackerman: A Very Special Athlete and Person

The Midlothian Mirror has been very generous. The paper created a place for me (Jerome Stewart, Ed.D., Superintendent, Midlothian ISD) to write and have published a monthly column titled, Soup Notes. The the column is submitted to the Mirror before … Continue reading

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2011 Bond Oversight Committee

The Midlothian ISD School Board approved the creation of a 2011 Bond Oversight Committee at its meeting on July 18, 2011. The committee has one objective: To monitor the scope and spending of the 2011 Bond Projects. Other important characteristics … Continue reading

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Schematic Design Team for the 2011 Bond Projects

Midlothian ISD has a Schematic Design Team in place for the 2011 Bond Projects. The purpose of the Schematic Design Team is to provide the architect (VLK) with its ideas about the design of Midlothian ISD’s High School #2, Phase … Continue reading

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A Better Way to Learn?

Recently, I received by mail an invitation to attend a Dallas-area information session for a Houston learning academy. The front of the flyer has a school-aged child holding a laptop computer with “A Better Way to Learn” on its screen. … Continue reading

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