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With numerous honors including a National Blue Ribbon School award last year, Muleshoe Independent School District is facing the challenge of becoming even better during the 2023-2024 school year.

“We had a lot of success last year, and we just want to continue that success this year,” said Dr. R.L. Richards, superintendent. “We will change up a few instructional items to improve student learning as well as a few of the ways teachers plan their school lessons.”

The first day of school is Wednesday, Aug. 16.

Online registration is open at this time. According to the MISD website, all returning students may complete this registration. Any new students may begin the process but must complete their registration at the campus they will be attending. Parents or guardians should go to their student’s campus page on the Muleshoe ISD website, then go to the parent portal.

In-person student registration for Dillman Elementary, DeShazo Elementary, Watson Junior High and Muleshoe High School will be from 10 a.m. -6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2, and from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3. Chromebooks will be distributed to junior high students during this time.

Work is proceeding on the Dani Heathington Center, a multipurpose facility on campus. School board members in hard hats will walk through the facility on Monday, Aug. 14. Richards expects the facility will be finished sometime in September.

Active shooter training by DPS officers for teachers and all school staff will be Tuesday, Aug. 15.

Gail M. Williams


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