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Upcoming Events

  • September 12 at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm: Open House
  • September 9 to 13: Scholastic Book Fair
  • September 17: Parent Center Grand Opening
  • September 26: Progress Reports Go Home
  • September 30: Student Holiday
  • October 14: Student/Staff Holiday

Principal's Message

Dear Miller Families,


We are off to an amazing start to the school year with much enthusiasm and anticipation for an even greater year. I’m delighted to announce that Miller earned an “A” rating for exemplary performance from the Texas Education Agency (TEA), which shows how well we prepared students for success both in school and after high school. Miller Intermediate performed exceptionally well in the following:


  1. Academic Achievement in Mathematics
  2. Academic Achievement in English Language Arts / Reading
  3. Top 25% Comparative Academic Growth
  4. Post-Secondary Readiness
  5. Top 25% Comparative Closing the Gaps




Our goal is to continue the momentum in increasing the academic achievement and growth of our students. We ask that you partner with us to promote the best learning experience for your child and ensure their academic success. Please continue to:


  1. communicate with your child’s teacher
  2. check and sign your child’s planner daily
  3. set aside time to and place for your child to complete homework praise your child for their effort in academics and appropriate behavior




Our teachers and staff are relentless in the work they do to prepare students and ensure their success. Thank you, our families, for all you do to support, promote and ensure the success of our students. As our school theme this year states, “Game On! Mavericks Achieving Excellence Together!”, I encourage you to get involve and participate in the events and activities here at Miller Intermediate. A great way to get involve is to sign up to be a volunteer on campus. Please take a moment to view our website periodically and follow us on Twitter @MillerMavsAISD for news and updates. Thank you.


Sincerely,

Seymour Stewart, Principal

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Car Rider and Walker Procedures

Student drop off may begin at 7:30 am. A staff member will open the doors at 7:30 am and students walk to the gym. Students will then be released for breakfast and to their classrooms at 8:00 am. The tardy bell rings at 8:35 am. Dismissal begins at 3:50 pm.

Miller's Guidelines For Success

Make good choices

Involve myself responsibly

Listen

Learn all I can

Excel beyond expectation

Respect myself and others

SMART Tag Information

SMARTER AND SAFER BUS TRANSPORTATION Students are issued new school ID cards with an electronic chip SMART sensor The tablet will display whether the rider is boarding the correct bus or getting off at the right stop.

Cafeteria Information

All Alief ISD school cafeterias offer nutritionally balanced meals that are planned by a registered dietitian and meet USDA regulations. They include meat or a meat alternative, a vegetable and/or fruit, bread, and a choice of milk. A vegetarian entree is also available each day, as well as many traditional and reduced-fat a la carte and snack items. For complete information on the District nutrition program, please visit HERE.



Breakfast is Free for all enrolled students

Regular Meal prices for current school year:
BREAKFAST - $2.25 Adults/Visitors
LUNCH - $1.00 students, $3.85 Adults/Visitors


REMINDER - Due to a large number of NSF checks received, the Alief ISD Nutrition Services Department can no longer accept personal checks as payment for student or adult meals. Only Cash or a Money Order will be accepted.


Alief ISD participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. Application forms for free and reduced-price meals are available at each campus or online. Each elementary student will also receive an application to take home on the first day of school. For guidelines, click here.