School Board members really have “the best of times and the worst of times” (according to some Miller learners, that is). We were honored today to enJOY the company of Mr. Todd Hemphill, Midlothian ISD Board Trustee. He came early and assisted in morning arrival duty with our Safety Patrol and staff members, greeting students entering the building. He participated in our Friday Miller Rally talking about what a Board member does (and was interested to hear what some of our learners thought he did too!). Each team elected a representative to talk and present him with a special team token of appreciation showing our Miller thanks for the time and service he provides to MISD. Our Student Honor Council shared breakfast and a thorough school tour (I feel certain he most likely learned some secret things about LME that only the most privileged are selected to know). 🙂
We are grateful to have caring, civic-minded, service-oriented trustees in our district who serve willingly to uphold the highest educational standards expected from our community. School Board members are volunteers, and while they don’t get paid, their work is priceless. As one little learner summed it up after Miller Moves, “Hip, hip HOORAY for Mr. Hemphill today!”
Thanks to all our Midlothian ISD Board of Trustees for serving our district to ensure we continue to strive to be the leading learning organization in the nation.