The Miller Minute

Chasing Greatness. Building Champions. #WhateverItTakes

October 14

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Booster Update

It was a beautiful day for a Miller Mile Run! Your generous support for our annual fundraiser helped us surpass our goal! Thank you!!!

What's next?

- We received donations from all 50 states, so our students earned a pajama day!

- Dr. Blake and Mrs. Burke will get slimed during a Miller Rally on November 4. Stay tuned for pics!

- Because we surpassed our goal, we will take another whole school field trip (if we can work out the logistics)! So excited!

- We will order some cafeteria furniture soon! We think our students will LOVE it!

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Schedule Change

Our new schedule starts Monday!
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October Events

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Coming Up

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Safety Shout-Outs

Meet Officer Brown--For those of you new to Miller Elementary, Officer Brown is our Student Resource Officer. He ensures our campus remains safe and that safety procedures are followed. You will see him around Miller spending time at recess with the kiddos, playing football and games.

Midlothian ISD is continuously striving to maintain safety protocols to ensure all staff and students remain safe throughout the school day. Some changes that have taken effect this school year include the Raptor scanning that takes place for all events now. We know this was initially an inconvenience for families, but it has provided an extra layer of protection to our students and staff. In addition, classroom doors now remain locked all throughout the school day.

Students at Miller participate in safety drills in accordance with our district expectations, including lockdown drills. A lockdown drill is practiced, so students understand the expectations if they ever need to hide from an intruder. With practice, students understand the expectations and get to their spots quickly and quietly--even our little people. We will practice this drill again in the middle of the year. We've also had our first fire drill of the year, which included our Coleman students, and we were all out of the building in 3 minutes. That's impressive!

Counselor's Corner

Students are currently learning about empathy in their character education lessons. We are discussing that empathy is understanding and connecting to other people's feelings. You can continue the conversation at home by modeling empathy, praising empathetic responses at home or pointing out empathy in television shows. Red Ribbon Week starts on October 24th. We will start the week with a Red Ribbon Pep Rally. REACH Council will be joining us during our special time on October 28th, to teach a Red Ribbon themed lesson for each grade level.

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Chasing Greatness. Building Champions. #WhateverItTakes

A champion is someone who has the specific qualities of character, mental discipline, and skills necessary to generate and keep increasing excellence and success! Our highest hope is for our leaders and learners to possess an EXCEL mindset. Being a champion requires a daily choice to work harder, persist longer, and achieve more!

Miller Information

Arrival / Departure Reminders

If your child arrives late in the morning, please fill out the QR code on the front door.

If you are taking your child out early, please fill out the QR code on the front door and be prepared to show your ID.

Cafeteria Procedures for Visitors

Guests are welcome at lunch. Please review the procedures our guests are expected to follow.

- Pre-Register for lunch (see link below). Have ID available for verification when you pick up your badge.

- Guests sit with their child at the bistro tables. Friends stay at their assigned tables.

- Your child may bring a lunch from home, go through the cafeteria line, or you may bring your child a lunch. You may provide a lunch for your child only.

- We do not distribute snacks, treats, or other items to classmates.

- When the cafeteria monitor (currently Mrs. Brenda or Mrs. Judy) call a time-out, please direct your attention to them. They typically call a time-out for snacks or cleaning up.


Join PTO

‘22-‘23 PTO Registration is now open, now in one simple step! Sign up here:

I hear there will be a raffle for front row seats to our grade level program for anyone who signs up!

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District News

Lunch News

The district will be starting to enforce the charge limit and will be giving out the alternative meal for the students that have reached the limit of 2 charges. The meal entree will be a sunbutter and jelly sandwich for these students.

This link is the charge policy on the district website.

Parent Canvas Observer Account


We are always in need of substitutes, and we would love to have you! Fill out the application here -
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Visitor Procedures

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COVID Protocols

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Events and Ways to Connect


Going on a Field Trip? - Fill this out!

If you plan to attend a field trip with your child or help in your child’s classroom this year, then you will be required to pass a background check. The background check is free and can be found at The process can take up to 3 weeks, so please do not wait until field trips are scheduled to complete this process.

Searching for Volunteers - POPs

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Event Calendar for 2022 - 2023

All of our favorite Miller events are back on the calendar! Check it out! *Please note that all events are subject to change.

The event calendar has been updated with grade level program dates and times!

Connect with Us!

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