Mitchell Intermediate

Overview

Mission Statement

• Our school will be viewed by students, teachers, staff, parents, and the community as a true learning community as children are enrolled in their learning community for all academic areas
• A culture of collaborative, thematic instruction, and connection to real-world events will be woven throughout all aspects of the school day
• Students and teachers will have the unique opportunity to maximize their learning experience by remaining together, or looping, for both 5th and 6th grades
• The use of technology will enhance instruction and be utilized in every content area

Leadership

  1. Paula Klapesky, PRINCIPAL/INTERMEDIATE
  2. Treva Madore, AST PRINCIPAL/INTERMEDIATE
  3. Stephanie Johnson, AST PRINCIPAL/INTERMEDIATE
  4. John McClendon, AST PRINCIPAL/INTERMEDIATE
  1. SCHOOL RATING

    MET STANDARD

  2. SCHOOL GRADES

    5 - 6

  3. NUMBER OF STUDENTS

    1,222

School Motto

A True Learning Community

School colors: Teal and white
Mascot: Mustang
Date Built: 1996
School Named for: George P. Mitchell
Founder of the Woodlands

Feeder Campuses

Buckalew Elementary
Bush Elementary
Galatas Elementary
Powell Elementary
McCullough Junior High
TWHS – 9th Grade Campus
The Woodlands High School

Campus Programs

Art
Band
Broadcast team
Chess club
Choir
Destination Imagination (2005 Global Champion)
Eco-Club
Fun Run
Interdisciplinary instruction
Learning Community Service Projects
Magnificent Mustang Awards – Student Recognition Program
Math bee
Math Olympiad Program
Mitchell Community Service Club Scholarship

 

National Geographic Geography bee
Orchestra
Outdoor science classroom
Parent Teacher Organization
Robotics
Spelling Bee
Student Ambassadors
Talent show
Technology integration
Toshiba ExploraVision Science Competition
Two-year looping
Word Masters-Analogy-vocabulary competition

Awards

  • 2005-2009 Texas Business Education Coalition Honor Roll School
  • December 2006 Texas Monthly lists Mitchell Intermediate as one of “the best public schools” in Texas
  • TBEC Award 2005-09, 2011
  • National Center for Educational Achievement for Higher Performing schools 2008-2011