Monthly Archives: November 2012

Geothermal Wells at High School #2 (Nov 30, 2012)

Some of the hundreds of geothermal wells at High School #2 (Midlothian ISD, Midlothian, TX) are pictured. The area on the site map marked by a red rectangle is the approximate area at which the photograph was taken.

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Construction Update (High School #2) Nov 30, 2012

This is a photograph of some concrete work in the area denoted in red on the site map. The machines in the background are for drilling geothermal wells.                         … Continue reading

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Enrollment (Midlothian ISD) Update (Nov 30, 2012)

Student enrollment for Midlothian ISD is greater than the last two school years at similar points of time.

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SOS Day at Miller Elementary

Super Outrageous Science (SOS) Day was held at LaRue Miller Elementary School (Midlothian, TX) before the Thanksgiving break. Several teachers dressed the part. There were many science activities throughout the day, including presentations by Wildlife On The Move in the … Continue reading

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WWII Hero: Doris “Dorie” Miller

In the hallway of one of our elementary schools, a poster of a hero, Doris “Dorie” Miller, is displayed. Seaman Miller was awarded the Navy Cross for his actions at Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941. The citation reads in part: … Continue reading

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Something Old, Something New (III)

The Challenge Something old but not outdated is unconditional love. Something new and most definitely not outdated is technology. Midlothian ISD’s vision – Striving to Be the Leading Learning Organization in the Nation – is about creating the learning environment … Continue reading

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FSMS Addition

The Frank Seale Middle School Addition will be completed ahead of schedule and under budget.

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