Mildred ISD Mission Statement
The Mildred Independent School District will provide a quality education to meet the mental, physical, social, emotional, and educational needs of each student. Students will develop essential academic skills and acquire a knowledge base on which to build lifelong learning. Citizenship skills will be taught to students and reinforced by teachers and administrators. In a Cooperative effort of school, Home, and Community, our students will be prepared to their fullest potential to meet the challenges of the future.
Mildred ISD is a UIL class 3A K12 grade Public School District composed of three campuses. We have approximately 725 students district-wide with approximately 308 on the Elementary campus (grades K through five); approximately 179 students on the Junior High campuses (grades 6 through 8); and approximately 238 students on the high school campus (grades 9 through 12).
Our District is located 8 miles Southeast of Corsicana on US Highway 287 and 10 miles from the North Shore of Richland Chambers Lake in Navarro County, Texas, approximately 60 miles south of Dallas.
The District serves the communities of Mildred, Eureka, and Navarro and has roots dating back to the early 1920s.