Do you have a question for us? Submit your questions via e-mail to email@example.com. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions.
- How is the school calendar created? Are parents involved?
- If I live in Mansfield, can my child attend any school?
- How are Attendance Zone lines drawn?
- When are MISD School Board Meetings held?
- How do I sign up to volunteer at my child's school?
- How do I file a complaint in the district?
- When is high school graduation?
- How many absences are allowed in one school year?
- Where can I find current open positions?
- How do I find the school my child is supposed to attend?
- How do I register my child in an MISD school?
- How do I transfer my child to another campus?
Calendar options are developed with coordination between the MISD Administration and the District Educational Improvement Committee (DEIC) made up of staff and parents. Options are then put out in a public survey on the district website.
Based on survey results, the DEIC presents a final calendar option to the school board. The school board approves the recommendation, makes an alteration or sends the committee back for further review. The public is involved through the survey and is always welcome to provide feedback and suggestions on the calendar.
Mansfield ISD does not currently offer traditional open enrollment. Your child's school is determined by the attendance zone for your home. However, the district does offer The Power of Choice which allows students of all ages to take advantage of specific programs that are tailored to their needs—even if it is located outside of their designated attendance zone. To learn more, please visit the Power of Choice page.
In general, Regular School Board Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month. Some meetings are rescheduled due to holidays. Visit the Board Meetings & Agendas page for the most recent schedules.