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  • Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year! 

    2018-2019 Bell Schedule

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  • Molina High School

    School-wide Dress Code Expectations

     Dress Code For Molina High School

    ID Badges are to be worn all day, every day at school after being issued to the student. Replacement badges cost $5.00, and should a student forget his/her badge, a temporary badge costs $1.00.

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     ACP Schedule

    December 14 - 19, 2018

    Friday, December 14, 2018

     1st period (No ACP)……..…... 9:05 - 9:35

     3rd period (No ACP) ……….... 9:40 - 10:10

     4th period (No ACP) ………... 10:15 - 10:45

     2nd period (No ACP) ………... 10:50 - 12:30

    •  A Lunch - 10:50 - 11:20
    • B Lunch - 11:25 - 11:55
    • C Lunch - 12:00 - 12:30

     5th period ACP……...………... 12:40 - 2:25

    6th period ACP……..……….... 2:35 - 4:16

     

    Monday, December 17, 2018

    1st period ACP………. 9:05 - 11:15

    2nd period ACP……… 11:25 - 1:15

    Dismissal ………….…. 1:15

    Grab & Go Lunches in Cafeteria

     

    Tuesday, December 18, 2018

    3rd period ACP………. 9:05 - 11:15

    4th period ACP………. 11:25 - 1:15

    Dismissal ……..…….... 1:15

    Grab & Go Lunches in Cafeteria

     

    Wednesday, December 19, 2018

    7th period ACP………. 9:05 - 11:15

    8th period ACP………. 11:25 - 1:15

    Dismissal …….………. 1:15

    Grab & Go Lunches in Cafeteria

     

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  • Reading

    Access the SRI link here:

    SRI READING- Link to webpage


     

     

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  • Campus Mission

    Mission Statement

    Molina High School will prepare students to be independent, productive citizens who are self-motivated, biliterate, critical thinkers able to be successful in an ever-changing global society.

    Campus Vision

    Molina High School students will graduate with 21st century skills prepared to enter a 4 year university or the workforce and be globally competitive, valuable members of the community who are ready to take on real world challenges and positively impact society.

  • Board Resolution
     
    Trustees approve resolution designating all schools to be as welcoming and protective as possible
     

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  • Student Services
     
    Student Services exists to help students acquire experiences that will motivate them to make responsible decisions, seek positive opportunities for growth and learning, and envision a future that includes higher education and a fulfilling career.
     
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  • Resources for Homeless Students
     
    Community Resources for Homeless children, families and youths in the greater Dallas Area
     
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  • Fall Preview Nights

    Dallas ISD Fall Preview Nights are an opportunity for families to learn about all the exciting learning opportunities offered in our schools. From neighborhood schools to STEM/STEAM, performing arts, Montessori and magnets, to two-way dual language, single-gender and collegiate academies, Dallas ISD schools are on the rise!

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  • Biography of Moisès E. Molina

     

    The school opened in August 1997 across Duncanville Road from Mountain View College. The school is named for Moisés E. Molina, a musician and retired Dallas ISD teacher. Known to his friends as Moe, Molina was born in 1946 and raised in McAllen, Texas. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from The University of Texas at Arlington and his Master of Education degree from the University of North Texas in Denton. After serving in the U.S. Army, Molina joined the staff at Adamson High School in 1975. When he started at Adamson, only 12 students were in the high school’s band. In the 19 years that he taught at Adamson, the number of participants steadily increased to 65. In recognition of his success in achieving his mission, Molina was the winner of several teaching awards, including the prestigious Hispanic Business Association’s Stand and Deliver Award, The University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Excellence Award for Outstanding High School Teachers, and the Lincoln Mercury Dealers Excellence in Arts Education Award. He was one of five finalists for the Dallas Independent School District Teacher of the Year in 1990-91 and was inducted into the Oak Cliff School and Community Hall of Fame in 1989. Molina passed away on March 25, 1994, leaving a legacy in Oak Cliff. 

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