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Accountability Information

The Texas Education Agency on September 16, 2021,

Milford ISD received an “Acceptable” Accountability Rating with a scale score of 85 which is equivalent to a “B” rating under the A-F Texas Accountability System for the 2020-2021 School Year. Milford received a rating of “Not Rated” for the 2019-2020 school year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Milford ISD has demonstrated significant learning gains from the rating of an “F” in the 2018-2019 school year. The Acceptable Rating and a letter grade of a B along with the learning gains are due to a support School Board, a supportive instructional leadership team, dedicated teachers, staff, hardworking students and a supportive community.

Texas School Report Card for 2018-2019 is available here

Federal Report Card for 2018-2019 is available here

Information regarding the Effective School Framework is here

Parent/guardians may request hard copies of the report cards by contacting Milford ISD.






Welcome Back Milford ISD Opening of 21-22


ESSER III Use of Funds


Milford ISD ESSER III Grant


We need your assistance in taking a brief survey for the use of the ESSER III Grant Funds.


The purpose of ESSERIII, in general, is to award subgrants to local educational agencies (LEAs) to address the impact that Covid-19 has had, and continues to have, on elementary and secondary schools.


ESSERIII requirement is to distribute funds to target evidence-based practices for learning acceleration, summer enrichment, and after school programming. The use of funds must include Health & Safety as related to Covid (CDC Guidance), Accelerated Instruction/Learning, Interventions in academic, social-emotional, and mental health needs of all students.


Milford ISD is reaching out to parents, community, teachers, staff, and students to obtain guidance on developing a plan to meet our needs and Milford School. Please see the survey below and share your thoughts on the use of the ESSER III funds.


Please see the link below to take a brief survey.


Milford ISD Parent & Family Engagement Policy

2021-2022 Parent & Family Engagement Policy



Transparency - HB 1378:  Milford ISD has no Outstanding Debt.



District of Innovation Plan
The following link is to the approved District of Innovation plan for Milford ISD.



Milford Policy On Line

Click HERE to view MISD's policy.



Child Find Notice
Milford ISD provides special education and related services to children who have or are  suspected of having a disability. Special education services are available to children with disabilities ages 3 through 21. Children who have impaired vision  or hearing can receive services from birth through age 21. Services are also  provided to students with disabilities attending private or home school within  the boundaries of Milford ISD regardless of the child's place of residence.

If your child attends public, private, or  home school in Milford ISD and you believe your child has or may have a disability, please contact one of our campuses. You may also contact Ellis County Shared Services at 972-544-2058. We will work with you to evaluate your child, determine if your child has a disability that makes him/her eligible for special education services, and provide educational services to your child if he/she does qualify for  services. Services are provided to your child free of charge.

If you have  questions or would like more information, please contact one of our campuses or Ellis County Shared Services at 972-544-2058.

Physical Activity for Students in Elementary and Middle School


MISD has adopted and enforces policies and procedures pertaining to Physical Activity for Students in Elementary and Middle School .

In accordance with policies at EHAB, EHAC, EHBG, and FFA, the district will ensure that students in full-day prekindergarten through grade 5 engage in moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day or 135 minutes per week.

Students in middle or junior high school shall engage in at least 225 minutes of moderate or vigorous physical activity within each two-week period for at least four semesters. 

FitnessGram Information



Use of tobacco products

MISD has adopted and enforces policies and procedures pertaining to the use of tobacco products.  Students are prohibited from possessing or using any type of tobacco product, including electronic cigarettes or any other electronic vaporizing device, while on school property at any time or while attending an off campus school-related activity.

The district and its staff strictly enforce prohibitions against the use of all tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes or any other electronic vaporizing device, by students and others on school property and at school-sponsored and school-related activities.  [See he Student Code of Conduct and policies at FNCD and GKA.].

Penalties for possession and/or use of tobacco products are outlined in the district’s Discipline Policies and Guidelines document as well as the Student Code of Conduct.

Our Vision
The  vision of Milford Independent School District (ISD) is that all students will be  challenged, successful, motivated to learn, independent thinkers, and problem  solvers.  Milford ISD envisions a learning facility where students will achieve  academically, explore their interests, grow mentally, morally, and physically  through the school's academic, fine arts, athletic and vocational programs.


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