Campus Breakdown

Proposed bond projects for each campus are listed below.


Hewitt Elementary

HVAC System Replacement

Portion of Roof to be Replaced


Woodway Elementary

HVAC System Replacement

Roof Replacement


River Valley Intermediate - Convert to 6th-8th grade middle school

Addition to accommodate 480 additional students

  • New classroom and athletic addition

  • Renovations to art, choir and band

  • Add 4-lane track


Midway Middle School - Renovate to be 6th-8th grade

  • Classroom Renovations

  • Cafeteria & Kitchen Renovations

  • Restroom Renovations

  • Portion of Roof to be Replaced


woodgate Intermediate - Convert to Prek-5th grade Elementary school

Renovate classrooms and restrooms for PreK - 1 students

  • Add & Modify Restrooms to be Age Appropriate

  • Renovate Classrooms to Meet State Standards for Square Footage

  • Purchase Elementary Classroom Equipment

Roof Replacement


Midway High School

  • Addition for Career & Technical Education (CTE), creating additional capacity at M.H.S.

  • HVAC System Replacement

  • Portion of Roof to be Replaced

Proposed Grade Configuration and Feeder Pattern

Grades PK-5 | 6-8 | 9-12

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How can MISD accommodate the projected growth by constructing one new school?

The district will address the growth by adding two elementary schools (one newly-constructed school and converting Woodgate Intermediate into an elementary), adding a middle school (converting River Valley to 6th-8th grade middle school), renovating Midway Middle School, and renovating Midway High School.

The new elementary school would be designed to accommodate 750 students; River Valley would receive an addition to accommodate an additional 480 students; Midway Middle School would receive renovations to accommodate several hundred sixth graders; and Midway High School would receive an addition for CTE facilities, which would accommodate more than 500 students in CTE and add capacity for another 350 additional students in the existing high school building. By renovating the existing campuses and eliminating the intermediate school model, the district will be able to operate more efficiently and add square footage to address the student enrollment growth.