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Munday Consolidated Independent School District is a rural and remote school district in Knox County . It is located 75 miles southwest of Wichita Falls and 75 miles north of Abilene. The school district consists of two campuses. Munday Elementary houses grades Pre-K – 6 with a total of 235 students. Munday Secondary School is comprised of 141 students in grades seven through twelve. Total student enrollment is approximately 366. The faculty consists of 38 teachers, 1 school nurse, 1 counselor, 1 technology coordinator, 14 instructional aides, 5 food service staff, 6 maintenance staff, 3 day care staff, 1 administrative assistant, 1 business manager, 1 PEIMS coordinator, 2 campus administrators, 2 campus attendance clerks, and 1 central administrator. The Special Education population is served by a shared service arrangement of the schools of Haskell and Knox counties. The school district serves as a centerpiece for the community because of the activities associated with the school district.
Munday CISD has a maintenance and operation tax rate of 1.17 with $.47 debt service.
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The aim of the District shall be to give the students the best possible education that planning, experience and effort can devise, by providing an effective school system in which there is strong instructional leadership and orderly climate conducive to teaching and learning.
The function of the District shall be to provide a favorable and flexible environment that encourages a student to participate in democratic living and provides opportunities to engage in worthwhile activities. All students shall be expected to master essential academic skills, as taught in the core curriculum, and acquire a knowledge base on which to build lifelong learning. Students will be provided the opportunity to develop the ability to think logically, independently, creatively, and to communicate effectively. The formal program of instruction must be so flexible that each student will develop mentally, physically, morally, and socially in accordance with the student’s physical and mental structure.
The District shall foster a sense of pride in self, family, cultural background, and national heritage, while safeguarding respect for authority and the rights, beliefs, and property of others. Values such as courage, honesty, fairness, kindness, self-confidence, and self-discipline shall be taught.
A system that can accomplish this mission must provide instruction at the highest levels of quality, must distribute educational opportunities and resources equitably, and must maintain accountability for demonstrated results and continuous improvement.
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