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Basketball Playoff shirts are available. Click HERE for order form.  Orders are due by FRIDAY.


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Congratulations to Katie for being elected as Area FFA Officer and Emily for being elected District FFA Treasurer.  Katie will run for Area FFA President on February 29th.

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The Robotics teams competed in the TCEA Area Robotics Competition at Region 8 on Saturday, January 23, 2016. Three teams competed. Robert Bilimek, Brandon Allison, Austin Churchwell, Ethan Jennings and Ethan Charles competed in Advanced Arena and Intermediate Arena. Xander Atnip and Collin Clark won first place in Advanced Inventions, qualifying them for the state competition in April.

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School Board

Community and Student Engagement Ratings 2014-2015

Under House Bill 5 (passed by the 83rd Texas Legislature) all districts are required to evaluate the district's performance in regard to community and student engagement. Districts must assign one of four performance ratings- Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable, or Unacceptable- to the district for overall performance, including the following categories: Fine Arts, Wellness and PE, Community and Parental Involvement, 21st Century Workforce Development, Second Language Acquisition, Digital Learning Environment, Dropout Prevention, and Educational Program for Gifted and Talented Students. Local committees determined the criteria that the district used to evaluate the categories and assigned performance ratings. Under the Texas Education Code, ensuring school district compliance with many of the statutory requirements cited is a shared responsibility between the superintendent and the local school board.

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There is now designated Visitor Parking at both the Elementary and Secondary Schools.

If you need your Parent Portal ID Code for a Secondary Student, please stop by the MS Office and pick it up from Mrs. Buffy.


Maud ISD strives to prepare our students to be productive members of society in an ever-changing environment.


All students need to develop essential academic skills and to acquire a knowledge base on which to build lifelong learning. All students shall be taught a core curriculum of English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, fine arts, health, and physical education. All students shall acquire knowledge of citizenship and economic responsibilities, and an appreciation of our American heritage. Students shall be provided an opportunity to develop the ability to think logically, independently, and creatively. To prepare our children to be productive in a changing future requires an excellent educational system. The District intends to be such a school system.