The Midland Music Boosters Mattress Fundraiser is Sunday, November 21st. There will be 30+ different styles of beds on display for customers to try. The beds are new, brand name, made to order, available in all sizes, and cost less than retail stores. In addition to beds, there will also be
Reminder: That no pets are allowed at any activity sponsored by Midland, included events at the fairgrounds. Anyone with a pet will be asked to remove the pet from the premises. If a service dog is required for an event, the district asked that the school is contacted prior to the event.
Midland will use Halverson Photography for their school photos this year. School photos are scheduled for Tuesday, September 14th at both buildings beginning first thing in the morning. MMHS students who take Kirkwood AM classes can have their photos taken in the cafeteria stage starting at 7:45AM. Picture retake date
Midland will hold registration for the 2021-22 school year through PowerSchool as we have in the past. All parents will need to log into their parent PowerSchool account starting July 20th to e-register their student(s). If you are new to the district or have new students entering the district please
21-22 Midland School Supply List for grades PS-12 can be found at https://www.midland.k12.ia.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/MidlandSchoolSupplyList21.22.pdf Students in grades 6-12 can now access their student schedule in their PowerSchool account or in a parent account to see what courses you have for supply purposes. If you need help with these you can contact
Midland is excited to welcome Caleb Bonjour as our new Superintendent effective July 1, 2021. Caleb has jumped in with both feet this summer when needed during our recent student crisis. Our staff and school board have appreciated his guidance and leadership. We are excited to see what big things
Midland School Supply lists have not been released yet because all staff has not been hired at the high school. Once we know all of the needed items we will be releasing the list on our website, on facebook and emailing out to parents. Elementary students need only provide a
5th Grade students took a field trip to Rock Creek near Camanche. They learned about wildlife on the Mississippi while they took a pontoon ride on the river. The naturalist stopped the boat in a sand pit area so students could get out and collect interesting river rocks. They got to learn