Travis Middle School

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  • I love my heart!

    Join us as we team up with the American Heart Association

    to raise awareness for heart health.

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    All proceeds benefit the American Heart Association. We’ve set a goal to raise $2,000!!!

    Go to to join our school’s fundraising page!

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  • 2018-2019 Course Registration Options

    Click on the words below to see a video about the class.

    6th Grade Elective Options

    Band     Choir     Orchestra     P.E.     Karate


    7th Grade Elective Options

    Band     Choir     Orchestra     P.E.     Karate

    Advanced Tech.     Art Design     Spanish     AVID     Athletics


    8th Grade Elective Options

    Band     Choir     Orchestra     P.E.     Karate

    Advanced Tech.     Art Design     Spanish     AVID     Athletics

    Advanced Art     Outdoor Ed.


    MacArthur High School Programs of Study


    The Signature Studies programs are meeting the needs of today's workforce by focusing on the needs of business community today and in the future. The growth of the Signature Studies programs in Irving is constantly on the rise with emphasis on rigor, relevance, and relationships while focused on college and career readiness.  

    Signature Studies


    Irving students will pursue the Foundation High School Plan with an Endorcement of the Distinguished Level of Achievement upon entering 9th grade. 

    Endorcement Options


    Students can earn an endorcement through various programs of study.

    Program Options




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  • Yearbooks

    Yearbook pre-sales start October 26th

    Just the yearbook $35

    Add icons and your name for an additional $5 each

    Don't miss out on all this year's memories!

    See Mrs. Griffin or Pub Students for more information.

    35 Dollar Sale

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    Student Dress Code

    Collared Shirts: white, light blue, navy blue, hunter green, or Travis orange; must be tucked in at all times
    Pants: khaki or navy; classic style straight or pleated
    Shorts/Skirts: khaki or navy; bottom hem may not be more than 2 inches above the knee
    No logos or graffiti on clothing 
    Wednesdays: College/University T-shirt Day; shirts/hoodies/sweatshirts may be worn with khaki or navy blue bottoms
    Fridays: Bobcat Spirit Day; Travis spirit shirts may be worn with khaki or navy blue bottoms.
    *If a student is allowed a Free Dress Day for a specific reason, he/she may not wear athletic shorts, slides/flip-flops, sleeveless/strapless shirts, jeans with holes, etc. (i.e. nothing that is typically not allowed).
    **Dress code should be followed daily.

    Electronic Devices

    Electronic devices may only be used in the classroom with the permission of the specific classroom teacher for instructional purposes; students may not use electronic devices or listen to music during passing periods. Earbuds should be stored away in the student's backpack.  

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IISD Announcements

  • First Student to Supply Bus Service

    First Student will manage and operate all Irving ISD student transportation services as part of a five-year contract beginning August 1, 2018. Dallas County Schools will continue to provide services to the district through the end of July. Irving ISD students and families can expect bus transportation to continue during the transitionClick here to read more.

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  • Report Bullying Anonymously

    Parents and students, Irving ISD has a new anonymous bullying reporting form. This option will allow you to report any type of bullying - physical, verbal, cyber or online bullying - without disclosing your name or email address.

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IISD Middle School Announcements


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  • Amadi Guess After-School Program

    There are still spots available for the Amadi Guess Foundation’s no-cost, academic-focused after-school program available at select Irving ISD sites. Click for more information.

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  • Teacher of the Month 

    Please help us in congratulating Julia Glowacki for being our January Teacher of the Month! Thank you growing our science department and for challenging our GT students to think critically. You are an inspiration to everyone. 

    TOM Glowacki















    Staff Member of the Month

    Please help us in congratulating Donyan Rogers for being our January Staff Member of the Month!  Thanks for keeping our students on track and being excited to assist anywhere you are needed.  

    SOM Rogers











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