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Mission Statement:
Mabank ISD strives for excellence through trust, integrity, hard work, and proactive communication while providing a safe learning environment.

Curriculum and Instruction

Inspiring Hearts and Minds: One Learner at a Time!

Curriculum and Instruction Staff
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Rebecca StephensChief Academic Officer
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Chelsea MendezAdministrative Assistant to Curriculum and Instruction
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Arynn RasmussenDirector of Professional Development & Assessment
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Melissa ThompsonCo-or Instructional Support
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Ashley WardCounselor Co-or
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Curriculum Department Staff

Name & Email

Position

Phone (903-880-1300)

Rebecca Stephens

Chief Academic Officer

 

Chelsea Mendez Administrative Assistant ext. 1307
Arynn Rasmussen Director of Professional Development & Assessment ext. 9009
Melissa Thompson Co-or Instr. Support
Ashley Ward Counselor Co-or ext. 9006

ext. 1307

ext. 1307

2020-21 Staff Development Days

  • August 12, 13, 14, 17, and 18
  • November 6
  • November 20 - COMP DAY
  • December 18 - COMP DAY
  • February 12
  • February 15 - COMP DAY
 

FALL 2020 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFERINGS

 

  • Traci ClarkEarly Childhood Coordinator

    MISD Early Childhood Philosophy

    MISD Early childhood Center will strive to help each child develop a positive self-concept.  While responding to unique needs we will provide consistent, safe, nurturing environment that promotes your child's development in the following areas:

    • Physical
    • Social
    • Emotional
    • Cognitive 
    • Creative

    Standards have been established for a quality developmentally appropriate program for your children.

    Head Start

    Click here to learn more about our Head Start Program!

    Pre-K

    The purpose of the Pre-K program is to work with families to provide a complete early childhood program for eligible children who are three or four on or before September 1. Children may qualify based on family income, homeless, military status or non English speaking. Children are provided many opportunities to stimulate learning in all developmental areas; physical, social, emotional and intellectual.                       

    Pre-School Programs for Children with Disabilities

    The Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD) serves students ages 3-5 years that meet eligibility criteria for one of the disabilities identified by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). This program also serves ages 0-2 years of age that meet eligibility criteria for a hearing or visual impairment. The PPCD program addresses skill areas such as:

    • Language
    • Articulation
    • Fine/Gross Motor Skills
    • Social/Emotional
    • Behavioral
    • Self-Help 

    PPCD Brochure

    CDC

    Child Development Center