Miller Grove ISD is a small 1A school district with an average enrollment of about 300 students from Pre-K through 12th grades. The district is located in the Southwest corner of Hopkins County and a small portion of neighboring Rains County.
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In June 2021, the Montgomery ISD Board of Trustees adopted the Pathway to Premier Strategic Plan. The Pathway to Premier consists of measurable key performance indicators (KPIs) and initiatives and strategies the district will employ to reach the targets outlined in the KPIs.
Molding students for success by fostering creativity, strong work ethic, academic excellence, and respect for self and others. Growing impactful “Team Players” through Academics, Agriculture, and Athletics.
Baseball order forms can be sent to Coach Hill from now until February 17th. He also has last year’s baseball …
Miller Grove ISD is a small 1A school district with an average enrollment of about 300 students from Pre-K through 12th grades. The district is located in the Southwest corner of Hopkins County and a small portion of neighboring Rains County. Our school mascot is the Hornet, and school colors are green and gold. We are small, but proud.
Students will use this application to check their Attendance, Grades, make course requests and check graduation plan information
Students can now be registered and enrolled in school online via the Ascender Parent Portal
All students in grades PK-12 are assigned a Google email account. Just go to mail.google.com and log in to check your email. Contact Technology Directory David Moseley with any questions.
All students and teachers can install Microsoft Office 365 on their home computers if needed for school work. Please see this support article on how to download and install Office.
Dual credit courses are courses in which students will take on campus with a teacher in the classroom.
Concurrent courses are courses in which students take online during the normal school day here on campus.
Every journey begins with having an authentic understanding of where you are in order to identify the path needed to arrive at your desired destination. In Montgomery ISD, our desired destination is to be recognized as The Premier School District in Texas.
Montgomery ISD, in partnership with families and the community, will grow and develop future generations of leaders and productive citizens by offering innovative academic programs responsive to every student's individual needs.