Midland ISD Shuffling Teachers to Accommodate Larger Class Sizes

Midland ISD Shuffling Teachers to Accommodate Larger Class Sizes

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

MIDLAND - Large enrollment numbers have caused the Midland School District to shuffle teachers.

Midland ISD Superintendent, Doctor Ryder Warren, says he had made some personnel changes.

Because of larger class sizes at five elementary schools, some teachers will have to change campuses.

Others will also have to move a different grade level.

The superintendent also says 19 new positions have been approved, nine at the elementary level and ten in secondary schools.

New portable buildings have also been ordered to accommodate new teachers and bigger classes.