Welcome to the Superintendent page for Miami ISD. The role of the superintendent is act as the educational leader and chief executive officer of the District, be responsible for the effective execution of policies adopted by the District’s board of trustees. The superintendent assumes administrative responsibility for planning, operation, supervision, and evaluation of the education programs, services, and facilities of the District and the annual appraisal of district staff.
The mission of Miami ISD is to provide a foundation for the responsibilities students will assume as adults in family, church, community, state, and national affairs. As a result, students will work diligently on acquiring attitudes and principles that will prepare them to become worthwhile and contributing citizens of our free society.
Miami ISD is a single campus district for grades Prekindergarten through twelfth grade. The average class size is 15 students. Miami ISD has 25 teachers, one school counselor, two special education aides, and one general classroom aide. We are pleased to partner with Clarendon College to offer dual credit classes for grades 9-12. Miami ISD is designated as an Early College High School (ECHS) which means the District pays for tuition and books for students that are enrolled in dual credit classes.
National Center for Education Statistics
District office is located at 800 Warrior Way Miami, Texas 79059
Office Hours of Superintendent 7:45-3:45
Central Office Staff:
Teresa Manor, Administrative Assistant to Superintendent
Donna Hale, Superintendent
806-868-3971 (main line)
806-868-3171 (fax line)