View a complete collection of Summer Enrichment activities for grades pre-K–12.
During a special called meeting on Monday, Aug. 3, the BISD Board voted to continue with the plan to begin school for all students with online learning on Monday, Aug. 24, with the exception of special education. (Select special education will be able to begin face-to-face on Aug. 24.) They also decided to begin face-to-face instruction on Tuesday, Sept. 8 for families that chose that option during the registration process. Click title to read complete message.
On Tuesday, July 21, Tarrant County Public Health and Human Services issued a Control Order (“the Order”) requiring school districts to start school with virtual learning only through Sunday, Sept. 27. This means that all students and teachers will begin classes in online learning, and BISD will keep buildings closed to students for regular on-campus, face-to-face instruction and activities until after Sept. 27. Click title to read complete details.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released information to school districts on Tuesday, July 7, about the return to school in the fall. The District is working through that document and will provide the BISD family with more details as they become available. > Read complete message from Dr. Brown.
Birdville ISD has opened online registration EARLY for the 2020-21 school year. You may register online beginning Thursday, July 2 through August 26.
Hope Squad and BISD’s Counseling Department have several recommendations on how to support struggling students during school closures.
Monday and Tuesday, August 3rd and 4th
8 am - 1 pm and 3 pm - 7 pm
In the Gym
2020 Mullendore 600 Reading Club
Research shows that children who do not read over the summer are much more likely to return to school in the fall reading at a lower level than when they left for summer vacation. Studies have shown that children who read five or more books over the summer fare better on reading comprehension tests in the fall than peers who read one or no books over the summer.
Students: We want you to be good readers when you come back from summer vacation. We are asking you to read 600 minutes over the summer break. That means you only have to read 7 minutes a day. Be sure to get your parents to sign your reading log, and when you bring this back to school, you will get special recognition.
Parents: We need your help by encouraging your child to continue reading over the summer. All you have to do is make sure your child reads, help them document the time spent reading & initial the reading log. Reading is fun, fun, FUN!!!
Kindergarten Online Registration will begin April 27, 2020
Please email proof of residence before August
The following documents will need to be collected before school starts
Proof of Residence
Student Social Security Card
Applicable Court/Custody Orders
Click on the video above to view Mullendore Elementary's Promo Video