Midway ISD

Midway ISD focuses on providing a learner-centered environment to engage and challenge students. Staff and students alike can utilize advanced technology and innovative programs throughout all campuses.

Enrollment / Registration

Enrollment/Registration for the 2023-2024 school year will begin June 28, 2023.

Returning Student

Your child is a returning student if they were enrolled in any Midway ISD school on the last day of the prior school year.

New Student

Your child is a new student if one of the following applies:

  • The student has NEVER been enrolled at Midway ISD.
  • The student was not enrolled at any Midway ISD campus on the last day of the prior school year.
  • The student was previously enrolled at Midway ISD, withdrew, and is now returning.

High School

Note: A parent/guardian personal email account is required to enroll a new student.

Use the Detailed Explanation of Agreements PDF to assist you in completing the steps below.

  1. From a computer, access New Student Enrollment Online.
  2. Complete the additional enrollment forms applicable to your student and bring the forms with you when visiting the campus.
  3. Visit the student's campus to complete enrollment.

When completing enrollment, please provide the following documents.

  • Current proof of residency (gas, water, or electric bill from the last 30 days, or a NEW signed lease)
  • Immunization records (student must be current on immunizations)
  • State-issued birth certificate
  • Social Security card
  • Records from previous school, if available
  • Parent/Guardian photo ID
  • Guardianship papers, if applicable

If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact the campus.

Help Center

If you have difficulty accessing or completing an enrollment form, please reach out to the PowerSchool Registration's family support team.

  1. Visit the PowerSchool Family Page.
  2. For immediate assistance during business hours Launch Chat Support.
  3. If you can not find the answer on the help page, submit a ticket.

Your child is a returning student if they were enrolled in a Midway ISD school on the last day of the prior school year.

Returning Student Registration has closed for the 2023-2024 school year. Please enroll your student in the New Student Enrollment

An online registration form must be completed for ALL returning students. The guardian listed as priority 1 will receive an email with instructions for completing the online registration form along with a secure SnapCode for each returning student.

Use the Detailed Explanation of Agreements PDF to assist you in completing the steps below.

  1. Using the SnapCode received in an email, complete the registration form.
  2. Complete the Free/Reduced Meal Information and Application.
  • Register to ride the bus.
  • Purchase MHS parking pass (at campus)
  • Watch for your campus drop off & pick up procedures in ParentSquare.

Note: Immunizations must be current in order for registration to be complete. Please provide a copy of your child's current immunizations during New Student Enrollment (or for Returning Student Registration if your child received any new immunizations).

Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students Grades K-12

Physical Information for UIL Sports and Athletes

For more medical information view our Health Services page.

Preparing Your Child To Return To School

View this document with tips for Parents and Caregivers from the MISD Student Support Services Team.

District and School Communications with Families

Midway ISD uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. Invitations to join ParentSquare will be sent via email. Please click the link in the invitation to activate your account. It takes less than a minute.

You can use ParentSquare on any device. You can download the free mobile app for iOS or Android and use the desktop version at parentsquare.com.

Our goal is for every family to join ParentSquare and engage with our school community. We encourage parents to activate their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.

ParentSquare Features Include:
  • Short, timely posts (like on social media)
  • Account settings to choose instant notification or end-of-day compiled digest
  • Auto 2-way translation in 100+ languages
  • One view to combine all your children
  • Group communications similar to Facebook groups
  • Sync calendars
  • Volunteer and parent conference sign ups
  • No information lost due to deleted or blocked emails
  • Secure messaging

Teachers and parents use our ParentSquare communication tool, and a there's a tool for students inside ParentSquare called StudentSquare. It’s for teachers and school staff to communicate directly with students in high school and middle school, and for those students to communicate directly with their teachers.

Each student automatically has an account in StudentSquare based on their school email address. Students receive messages via email, but there are other ways to get StudentSquare messages: students can add their cell number to receive text messages, or they can download the StudentSquare app (iOS and Android) and receive notifications.

StudentSquare is a communication and organization tool designed to keep students informed and involved in their classes and extracurricular activities. It provides:

  • All school, classroom and group communication in one place
  • Notifications via app, text, and/or email
  • The ability to send direct messages to teachers or coaches
Image of StudentSquare app.

Middle School

Note: A parent/guardian personal email account is required to enroll a new student.

Use the Detailed Explanation of Agreements PDF to assist you in completing the steps below.

  1. From a computer, access New Student Enrollment Online.
  2. Complete the additional enrollment forms applicable to your student and bring the forms with you when visiting the campus.
  3. Visit the student's campus to complete enrollment.

When completing enrollment, please provide the following documents.

  • Current proof of residency (gas, water, or electric bill from the last 30 days, or a NEW signed lease)
  • Immunization records (student must be current on immunizations)
  • State-issued birth certificate
  • Social Security card
  • Records from previous school, if available
  • Parent/Guardian photo ID
  • Guardianship papers, if applicable

If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact the campus.

Help Center

If you have difficulty accessing or completing an enrollment form, please reach out to the PowerSchool Registration's family support team.

  1. Visit the PowerSchool Family Page.
  2. For immediate assistance during business hours Launch Chat Support.
  3. If you can not find the answer on the help page, submit a ticket.

Your child is a returning student if they were enrolled in a Midway ISD school on the last day of the prior school year.

Returning Student Registration has closed for the 2023-2024 school year. Please enroll your student in the New Student Enrollment

An online registration form must be completed for ALL returning students. The guardian listed as priority 1 will receive an email with instructions for completing the online registration form along with a secure SnapCode for each returning student.

Use the Detailed Explanation of Agreements PDF to assist you in completing the steps below.

  1. Using the SnapCode received in an email, complete the registration form.
  2. Complete the Free/Reduced Meal Information and Application.

When you live in Midway ISD, your student will be able to enroll in the Midway district, but it does NOT guarantee which campus your student will attend. Many grade levels and campuses fill to capacity which requires late registrations to go to overflow campuses. District administration may also reconfigure attendance zones to distribute population in dense areas.

  • Register to ride the bus.
  • Watch for your campus drop off & pick up procedures in ParentSquare.

Note: Immunizations must be current in order for registration to be complete. Please provide a copy of your child's current immunizations during New Student Enrollment (or for Returning Student Registration if your child received any new immunizations).

Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students Grades K-12

Physical Information for UIL Sports and Athletes

For more medical information view our Health Services page.

Check our Community Board for after school programs.

Preparing Your Child To Return To School

View this document with tips for Parents and Caregivers from the MISD Student Support Services Team.

District and School Communications with Families

Midway ISD is now using ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. Invitations to join ParentSquare will be sent via email. Please click the link in the invitation to activate your account. It takes less than a minute.

You can use ParentSquare on any device. You can download the free mobile app for iOS or Android and use the desktop version at parentsquare.com.

Our goal is for every family to join ParentSquare and engage with our school community. We encourage parents to activate their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.

ParentSquare Features Include:
  • Short, timely posts (like on social media)
  • Account settings to choose instant notification or end-of-day compiled digest
  • Auto 2-way translation in 100+ languages
  • One view to combine all your children
  • Group communications similar to Facebook groups
  • Sync calendars
  • Volunteer and parent conference sign ups
  • No information lost due to deleted or blocked emails
  • Secure messaging

Teachers and parents use our ParentSquare communication tool, and a there's a tool for students inside ParentSquare called StudentSquare. It’s for teachers and school staff to communicate directly with students in high school and middle school, and for those students to communicate directly with their teachers.

Each student automatically has an account in StudentSquare based on their school email address. Students receive messages via email, but there are other ways to get StudentSquare messages: students can add their cell number to receive text messages, or they can download the StudentSquare app (iOS and Android) and receive notifications.

StudentSquare is a communication and organization tool designed to keep students informed and involved in their classes and extracurricular activities. It provides:

  • All school, classroom and group communication in one place
  • Notifications via app, text, and/or email
  • The ability to send direct messages to teachers or coaches
Image of StudentSquare app.

Elementary School

Note: A parent/guardian personal email account is required to enroll a new student.

Use the Detailed Explanation of Agreements PDF to assist you in completing the steps below.

  1. From a computer, access New Student Enrollment Online.
  2. Complete the additional enrollment forms applicable to your student and bring the forms with you when visiting the campus.
  3. Visit the student's campus to complete enrollment.

When completing enrollment, please provide the following documents.

  • Current proof of residency (gas, water, or electric bill from the last 30 days, or a NEW signed lease)
  • Immunization records (student must be current on immunizations)
  • State-issued birth certificate
  • Social Security card
  • Records from previous school, if available
  • Parent/Guardian photo ID
  • Guardianship papers, if applicable

If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact the campus.

Help Center

If you have difficulty accessing or completing an enrollment form, please reach out to the PowerSchool Registration's family support team.

  1. Visit the PowerSchool Family Page.
  2. For immediate assistance during business hours Launch Chat Support.
  3. If you can not find the answer on the help page, submit a ticket.

Your child is a returning student if they were enrolled in a Midway ISD school on the last day of the prior school year.

Returning Student Registration has closed for the 2023-2024 school year. Please enroll your student in the New Student Enrollment

An online registration form must be completed for ALL returning students. The guardian listed as priority 1 will receive an email with instructions for completing the online registration form along with a secure SnapCode for each returning student.

Use the Detailed Explanation of Agreements PDF to assist you in completing the steps below.

  1. Using the SnapCode received in an email, complete the registration form.
  2. Complete the Free/Reduced Meal Information and Application.

When you live in Midway ISD, your student will be able to enroll in the Midway district, but it does NOT guarantee which campus your student will attend. Many grade levels and campuses fill to capacity which requires late registrations to go to overflow campuses. District administration may also reconfigure attendance zones to distribute population in dense areas.

  • Register to ride the bus.
  • Watch for your campus drop off & pick up procedures in ParentSquare.

Note: Immunizations must be current in order for registration to be complete. Please provide a copy of your child's current immunizations during New Student Enrollment (or for Returning Student Registration if your child received any new immunizations).

Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students Grades K-12

Physical Information for UIL Sports and Athletes

For more medical information view our Health Services page.

Preparing Your Child To Return To School

View this document with tips for Parents and Caregivers from the MISD Student Support Services Team.

District and School Communications with Families

Midway ISD is now using ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. Invitations to join ParentSquare will be sent via email. Please click the link in the invitation to activate your account. It takes less than a minute.

You can use ParentSquare on any device. You can download the free mobile app for iOS or Android and use the desktop version at parentsquare.com.

Our goal is for every family to join ParentSquare and engage with our school community. We encourage parents to activate their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.

ParentSquare Features Include:
  • Short, timely posts (like on social media)
  • Account settings to choose instant notification or end-of-day compiled digest
  • Auto 2-way translation in 100+ languages
  • One view to combine all your children
  • Group communications similar to Facebook groups
  • Sync calendars
  • Volunteer and parent conference sign ups
  • No information lost due to deleted or blocked emails
  • Secure messaging

Prekindergarten

Beginning June 1, 2022, if your child meets one of the eligibility requirements, you may print and fill out the prekindergarten application and bring it with you to your campus for review, along with the required documentation. After eligibility is determined, you may complete the online enrollment.

90% of human brain development happens before age 5. In other words, waiting until kindergarten to start teaching our kids is already too late. By enrolling your child in Midway ISD's Prekindergarten program, you give them the gift of a brighter future. As adults, they also end up earning higher incomes, on average, than similar students who do not enroll in Prekindergarten.

Studies show that kids who attend Prekindergarten are:

  • 3.5x more likely to be ready for kindergarten
  • More likely to succeed in school
  • More likely to go to college
  • Less likely to drop out
  • Less likely to become a teen parent
  • Less likely to be arrested for a violent crime
Who is Eligible?

A child must be at least three years of age by September 1 of the school year and fit at least one of the following criteria:

  • Be unable to speak and comprehend the English language
  • Be educationally disadvantaged, which means a student eligible to participate in the national free or reduced-price lunch program
  • Be homeless, as defined by 42 United States Code (U.S.C.) Section 1143a, regardless of the residence of the child, of either parent of the child, or of the child's guardian or other person having lawful control of the child
  • Be the child of an active duty member of the armed forces of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserve component of the armed forces, who is ordered to active duty by proper authority; or is the child of a member of the armed forces of the United States, including the state military forces or a reserve component of the armed forces, who was injured or killed while serving on active duty
  • Be in, or have been in, the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) following an adversary hearing held as provided by Section 262.201, Family Code
  • Be the child of a person eligible for the Star of Texas Award as a peace officer under Section 3106.002, Government Code; a firefighter under Section 3106.003, Government Code; or an emergency medical first responder under Section 3106.005, Government Code.

Learn more at Texas Education Agency: Eligibility for Prekindergarten.

Note: We are unable to complete your child's enrollment and place them in a class if immunizations are not up to date.

Immunization Requirements (PreK: 3 & 4 Year Olds)
  • 4 doses of DPT, DTaP, DT
  • 3 doses Polio
  • 1 dose MMR received on or after the 1st birthday*
  • 3 doses HIB with the 3rd dose given on/after 1st birthday and at least 2 months since dose #2 OR 1 dose Hib after 15 months of age
  • 4 doses of PCV2 with one given after 1st birthday OR 1 dose on/or after 24 months of age
  • 3 doses Hepatitis B
  • 2 doses of Hepatitis A on/after 1st birthday; (at 43 months)
  • 1 dose of Varicella on/after 1st birthday or documentation of chickenpox
Planning Ahead

Prior to the start of Kindergarten or the age of 5, whichever comes first, each child is required to have another DTaP (#5), Polio (#4), MMR (#2), and Varicella (#2).

Note: If your child has already been qualified by the school they will attend, you can proceed to the online enrollment page. You can find enrollment instructions in the Elementary School section above.

Start Preparing Now

Beginning June 1, 2022, if your child meets one of the eligibility requirements, you may print and fill out the prekindergarten application and bring it with you to your campus for review, along with the required documentation. The application is also available at the campus. After eligibility is determined, you may complete the online enrollment beginning July 19, 2022.

Application for Prekindergarten
Solicitud para Prekinder

When completing enrollment, please provide the following documents.

  • Current proof of residency (gas, water, or electric bill from the last 30 days, signed lease, or mortgage agreement)
  • Immunization records (student must be current on immunizations)
  • State-issued birth certificate
  • Social Security card
  • Records from previous school, if available
  • Parent/Guardian photo ID
  • Guardianship papers, if applicable

If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact the campus.

When you live in Midway ISD, your student will be able to enroll in the Midway district, but it does NOT guarantee which campus your student will attend. Many grade levels and campuses fill to capacity which requires late registrations to go to overflow campuses. District administration may also reconfigure attendance zones to distribute population in dense areas.

4K (prekindergarten for 4-year-olds) is hosted at all elementary campuses. Midway's 3K program (prekindergarten for 3-year-olds) is only at Castleman Creek, Chapel Park, Hewitt, Park Hill, South Bosque, and Woodway in 2023-2024

District and School Communications with Families

Midway ISD uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. Invitations to join ParentSquare will be sent via email. Please click the link in the invitation to activate your account. It takes less than a minute.

You can use ParentSquare on any device. You can download the free mobile app for iOS or Android and use the desktop version at parentsquare.com.

Our goal is for every family to join ParentSquare and engage with our school community. We encourage parents to activate their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.

ParentSquare Features Include:
  • Short, timely posts (like on social media)
  • Account settings to choose instant notification or end-of-day compiled digest
  • Auto 2-way translation in 100+ languages
  • One view to combine all your children
  • Group communications similar to Facebook groups
  • Sync calendars
  • Volunteer and parent conference sign ups
  • No information lost due to deleted or blocked emails
  • Secure messaging

What is the age qualification for Prekindergarten?

4K prekindergarten children must be four years old by September 1st of the school year in which they are applying. There are no exceptions to this requirement.

3K prekindergarten children must be three years old by September 1st of the school year in which they are applying. There are no exceptions to this requirement.

Where are Prekindergarten classes located?

4K prekindergarten classes are located on all elementary campuses in Midway ISD.

3K prekindergarten classes are located at Chapel Park, Hewitt Elementary, Park Hill, South Bosque, and Woodway.

What are the times for Prekindergarten?

Prekindergarten is a five day a week program. Class will be from 7:40 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Is there a school supply list for Prekindergarten?

Yes, there are designated supplies for Prekindergarten. If you have any questions about school supplies, please contact your child’s teacher or the school they will attend.

Is transportation available?

Prekindergarten students living in the attendance zone of the school they are attending and living outside a two-mile radius of the school may ride the bus to and from school. Separate bus rider registration is required.

Does attendance really count in Prekindergarten?

Yes, it does. To receive the full benefit of the Prekindergarten program your child needs to attend class daily. Once you have enrolled your child in school they are expected to attend and fall under Compulsory Attendance Law. Refer to the student handbook and code of conduct regarding state and district attendance laws and policies.

View this short video about The Importance of School Attendance.

Wouldn’t it be easier to just enroll now?

Kindergarten and Prekindergarten Round-Up is held at each elementary campus in the spring. Families are welcome to attend this informational session but enrollment does not open until late June or early July.

Can we fill out online enrollment now?

Midway ISD will communicate when new student enrollment is available online. Please watch our website for information regarding the new school year enrollment. Please remember that filling out the online enrollment does not mean you qualify for Prekindergarten according to State of Texas qualifications. You are simply getting a head start on the paperwork. You must go to the Prekindergarten campus with the documentation needed to qualify for Prekindergarten. Students can't be placed in a class until you meet the qualifications and enrollment is complete and approved.