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Midland High School EAST was recently featured in the EAST Quarterly Magazine.   Click on the link below to see the full article.  Midland is featured on pages 6 & 7.  Way to go Mustangs!

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REMINDER THAT ELECTIONS ARE MAY 21 FROM 7 TO 7 AT THE NEW CITY HALL IN PLEASANT PLAINS.  Early voting next week beginning Tuesday and lasting through Monday the 20th at the County Clerk’s office in Batesville.


Midland School District has the following openings.  You may find the application under ADMIN on our homepage then click Employment.

 

Bus Drivers – CDL with bus endorsement 


Check out our video from the Midland High School Steam Night!

 

 If you would like to participate in the development, review, update, and implementation of the our School Wellness Policy please contact Mrs. Ashley Conder at 501-345-2610 or 501-345-2413.  You can email her at aconder@midlandschools.org.  Thank you

 

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Current Condition: Humid and Partly Cloudy

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Midland School District

Administration Office:  501-345-8844 or 501-345-2852

High School Office:  501-345-2610 or 501-345-2008

Elementary Office:  501-345-2413 or 501-345-2416

Preschool Office:  501-345-2613

Daycare:  501-345-8801

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Dyslexia Information

Midland School District served fifty-four (54) students last year.  Seventeen (17) of those students held a 504 or IEP for dyslexia.  

The programs used to serve the serves are of appropriate range, depending on the age and needs of the student.  Our district utilizes Phonics First Foundations, Phonics First Structures, and Connections.  

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