Curriculum and Instruction
Inspiring Hearts and Minds: One Learner at a Time!
Vocabulary & Questioning
UbD and PLC
MISD Dyslexia Services - Click Here
Traci Clark, Early 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:
Standards have been established for a quality developmentally appropriate program for your children.
Click here to learn more about our Head Start Program!
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:
Emergent Bilingual Services - Click Here
The Gifted and Talented program is designed to provide appropriate educational experiences for those students who demonstrate the ability or perform at a remarkably high level of accomplishment.
State Definition of Gifted: “‘[G]ifted and [t]alented student’ means a child or youth who performs at or shows the potential for performing at a remarkably high level of accomplishment when compared to others of the same age, experience, or environment and who:
(1) exhibits high performance capability in an intellectual, creative, or artistic area;
(2) possesses an unusual capacity for leadership; or
(3) excels in a specific academic field.”
(Texas Education Code Ann. § 29.121)
Click here to view the presentation from the informational GT Parent Night.
Click here to view the GT Parent Brochure
Click here for the Mabank ISD GT Handbook
Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented
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