A Message from Dr. Rohrbach, MVISD Superintendent of Schools
Welcome to Medina Valley ISD! Medina Valley ISD is a fast growth school district, growing in enrollment from 5% to 7% per year. We are currently constructing our fourth elementary campus, which is located in the Luckey Ranch subdivision, and our second middle school, which is located on CR 381, just south of Potranco Road. Both campuses are scheduled to open for the 2018-19 school year. The District has recently adopted a new strategic plan and is in the process of developing and adopting long-range technology, career and technical education, facility, and finance plans.
MVISD is excited to announce that all New Year Online Forms (formerly called Online Registration) for current students is available in Skyward Family Access!
This is an electronic way to submit the paperwork that we would normally send home on the first day of school. This is for ALL CURRENT MVISD students at all campuses.
Please complete the forms before 8/14 to avoid any potential scheduling issues. If you do not know your Skyward Family Access login information please click "Forgot your Login/Password?" and follow the prompts. For any other questions please contact your student's campus or the Student Registration Center at (830) 931-2243 Ext. 3500 (For student safety please be prepared to answer questions to verify identity.)
Acceptable documents for proof of residence: (must be current and not expired)(If you do not have these available electronically you can take a picture of the document with your phone and email it to email@example.com)
Property tax statement
Please note that it is best to have a proof of residence available to upload before starting the process.
All withdraws from the district are now done at the Student Registration Center.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is conducting a survey for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) who are interested in occupational training opportunities in Texas. Providers, advocates, family members and others may also participate. An occupational training program teaches technical skills and gives information a person needs to perform a specific job or group of jobs. This survey is being conducted in response to Texas Senate Bill (SB) 2027 (85th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, 2017).
The Federal Programs & Grants Dept. would like to thank everyone who came to the 2018 Annual District Wide Parent & Family Engagement Meeting. Pizza w/Parents was a success, thanks to everyone who helped out & to our sponsors for their contributions!
The nationally recognized after-school enrichment provider, Right at School, is coming to the Medina Valley Independent School District! Starting this fall, Right at School will assume responsibility for before- and after-school care at all of the District's elementary schools.