Houston Elementary teachers recognize a student each six weeks that exhibits the six pillars of character by displaying honesty, respect, caring, trustworthiness, fairness and responsibility. They are honored on the morning announcements, invited to receive a special principal’s treat, and will have their picture and name displayed on the Character Counts bulletin board. The following students were recognized as Good Citizens for the 3rd six weeks: Kyra Reeves, Cadence Colwell, Luke Barber, Juliana Alaniz, Laila Medina, Raymond Izaguirre, Jazmine Carcia, Courtney Pena, Caitlyn Colwell, Xzander Lopez, Osvaldo Cortinas, Ernan Rodriguez, Alyssa Andrews, McKinley Snell, Alexis Martin, Alana Williams, Elizabeth Huddleston, Levi Turner, Michell Hernandez, Mikeal Hamilton, Hailey Grulich, Jaden Stover, Madison St. Clair, Cade Bell, Brailey McGinnis, Heidi Morgan, Shea Fritts and Leo Cordova.
Travis Sixth-Grader Conquers Johnson Peak
Every year Travis Elementary sixth-graders spend a week of outdoor education at Camp Grady Spruce and every year is full of stories and memories.
Mineral Wells High School captures One Act Play District Championship for 4th consecutive year!
Mineral Wells High School’s One Act Play has advanced to the next round of competition.
Groups partnering with MWISD
Tuesday night's Mineral Wells ISD School Board meeting was dynamic, filled with presentations, awards and various agenda items up for approval.
MWISD School Board learns the virtues of chess
Who said learning can't be fun? Better yet, why not make it a game?
MWHS Academic Team and One Act to advance in UIL
The MWHS UIL Academic team competed in their UIL District meet in Lake Worth on Saturday, March 22.
Travis STAAR Pep Rally
Travis Elementary held a pep rally on Friday to get students motivated and energized for taking the STAAR tests.
In February, the Mineral Wells High School Wranglerettes attended the Danceline Hill Country regional competition in Fredericksburg.
MWHS One-Act Play wins district again, advances to area competition
Mineral Wells High School has captured the One Act Play district championship for the fourth consecutive year and advanced to the next round of competition.
A special kind of fashion show
MILLSAP — High school students have been known to let their minds rest in the summer. It was last summer when Katelyn Booth had an idea on how to make life a little better for some.
Travis Elementary celebrates Pi Day!
On March 14 students worldwide celebrated the mathematical constant-Pi (also noted as 3.14 or π).
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