COVID-19 Protocols

  • NEW:

    Updated CDC Guidelines for Isolation and Quarantine: added January 2, 2022.

    Updated Situational Matrix added 1-10-22 to reflect 5-day isolation/quarantine

    Updated Situational Matrix added 9-17-21 to clarify "mask directives" are not enforced

    Remote Conferencing information (gray bar section below) added 8-31-21

    The health, safety, and well-being of our students and staff is always our top priority. Protocols are in place to support healthy learning environments while mitigating the spread of infectious diseases. We look forward to continuing with traditional, in-person learning for all students as we return from the Winter Break. In order to “keep our doors open” as we have done throughout the fall semester of this school year, we need everyone to work together to control the spread of COVID-19. Please remain vigilant regarding symptoms. 

    MISD officials closely monitor COVID-related guidance from the Center for Disease Control, Texas Education Agency, Texas School Safety Center, University Scholastic League, and local health authorities in order to recommend the following COVID safety protocols to protect our students and staff.

    Midway ISD will foster a culture to support all students. The local health department, the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics advise that everyone school age and older should wear a mask. We encourage families to heed this advice, and expect all to be respectful and understanding of an individual’s decision to wear or not wear a mask. 


  • Situational Matrix

  • Prevention and Infection Control

  • Response to Illness

  • Reporting Students with COVID-19

  • Exposures & Communication

  • Remote Conferencing while in Quarantine or Isolation

  • Parents / Visitors on Campus

  • Food Services

  • Extracurricular Activities

  • Custodial Services & Maintenance

  • Transportation

  • Public Events

  • Mental Health / Resources for Stress, Anxiety & Grief

  • COVID-19 Resources

  • MISD Covid Task Force groups & resources

  • ESSER 3

  • Frequently Asked Questions