We love seeing students in activities over the summer! #mdpurpose
Mid-Del will be hosting a series of (paid) trainings on seven Tuesdays throughout the summer for our Teachers to help build their teaching ToolBox! Our teachers are paid $40 for each 2-hour session he/she attends. Session topics include everything from curriculum/lesson design, technology use, teaching tips, crisis training, to trauma-informed teaching and many more! Our teachers can sign-up ahead of time (or simply show up the day of) at https://www.mid-del.net/page/toolbox-tuesdays.
Mid-Del Schools will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Any child 1-18 can participate and do not have to be enrolled in Mid-Del Schools.
Mid-Del hosted the first Wonderful Wednesday for our students Kindergarten-5th grade who signed up for the summer enrichment program. Mid-Del Is hosting nearly 600 students between Epperly Heights Elementary, Midwest City Elementary and Soldier Creek Elementary. Our students can start the day with free breakfast, attend three fun sessions, and then finish the day with free lunch. We look forward to the rest of the Wonderful Wednesdays this summer!
There are several camps available for students this summer. For more information, visit https://mid-del.net/browse/212899. #mdpurpose
Congratulations Mid-Del Graduates!
Congratulations to the Carl Albert Boys Baseball Team for clinching the Class 5A State Championship!
Congratulations to Carl Albert High School Boys Tennis as they were the Class 5A State Runner Up!
Congratulations Coach Tex Rollins - Oklahoma Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame
Carl Albert’s girls tennis team took sixth place at the state tournament at the OKC Tennis Center. Kaylee Toney and Emily Boyer placed fifth in No. 1 doubles.
OPENING NIGHT - DCHS Theatre Arts Presents Puffs
The Carl Albert girls golf team finished as state runner-up today at the Class 5A state tournament.
Signing Day at Carl Albert! We are happy to celebrate ten student athletes who will continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Del City High School Daybreak and Carl Albert High School Chamber Choir combined for a Choral Concert titled, "Stronger Together."
Our Midwest City MS Academic team competed well and represented with a top 7 finish at the OJABA state tournament!
Congratulations to the Car Albert MS 7th/8th grade Academic Team on their second place finish at the OJABA state tournament!
Thank you to Planet Fitness -Midwest City for your donation of supplies for our schools! Dr. Jason Perez was on hand to receive the items from the Planet Fitness team. Thank you!
The Midwest City baseball team won the Guthrie 89er Invitational Championship.
Congratulations to Lauren Johnson, Carl Albert High School! She was named the Oklahoma Military Youth of the Year!!!! She Is the military youth representative for Oklahoma and will go on to compete for the Regional title in the coming weeks. We are so proud of you Lauren!
The Midwest City Middle School Bombers were able to bring Poetry and Chill to their school through a grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council. They worked with Gregory the Second, who is head of the program to provide Bomber 6th graders with an innovative six week interactive literacy program that integrated poetry, writing, and music. Poetry and Chill Literacy Workshops provide an in-school experience that provides students’ weekly opportunities to connect with literacy through varying forms of culturally relevant and engaging artistic expression to which reading, writing, and vocabulary development are essential. PCLW operated weekly with embedded opportunities for reflection, expression, community and social awareness via writing and/or oral performance. The end result was students would become more proficient readers as a result of their passionate engagement and ongoing practice of artistic expression through writing and oral performance. Poetry & Chill Literacy Workshops directly addressed the proficiency and community outreach goals, which ultimately seeks to increase the number of proficient readers in the Midwest City Middle School. "It is something that I have been working on for over a year, so it is definitely a labor of love. The end result provided our students with a deeper understanding of themselves, their community, and how literacy can impact us all. I am very proud of the program and our students, and hope that the program continues to inspire them as they continue with their education," said Jody Cook, 6th grade Literacy teacher at Midwest City Middle School. Great work Ms. Cook and great job Bombers! Poetry and Chill Kids