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2015 Board Election

Election Information
Elections for board seats are conducted annually each May. The candidates run for specific places on the board (Place 1, Place 2, etc.), but they represent the McKinney ISD as a whole. Once elections are finalized the Board elects a president, vice-president and secretary for one-year terms.

List of Candidates

Place Candidates
Place 4 Amy Dankel (Incumbent)
Place 5 Lynn Sperry (Incumbent)
  Tommy Stanley
Place 6 Stephanie O’Dell (Incumbent)
  Curtis Rath
Name of candidates appear in the order of filing.

Voting Dates & Locations
Early voting begins on April 27th and continues through May 5th.
Election day is Saturday, May 9th.
Click here to view a list of voting locations. (PDF)

Bad Weather Make Up Days

Due to the recent school closings caused by inclement weather, McKinney ISD will hold school on Friday, April 3 and Friday, May 22. Both days were designated in the 2014-15 McKinney ISD school year calendar as bad weather make up days.

Middle School Zone Exemption

At their regular monthly meeting on February 24, the MISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve the 2015 Middle School Zoning Map. The map was developed based upon an analysis of enrollment projections, specific MISD zoning criteria, parent feedback and Board dialogue.

A current middle school student being affected by the recent rezoning may submit a zone exemption form and be granted the opportunity to remain at their current middle school through 8th grade. Once the original exemption form is filed, you will not need to submit a transfer petition application.

Siblings of current middle school students who are granted the zone exemption will also be allowed to remain at the same middle school as long as their older sibling continues enrollment during the 2015-16 school year. All siblings must be added to the online zone exemption form. Future zone exemptions will still apply to younger siblings as long as there is no break in the family’s enrollment at the campus.

U.I.L. eligibility participation in sports or fine arts will only be affected if a student chooses to exercise the middle school zone exemption and then later decides to start attending the school in which they are zoned.

The zone exemption form can only be submitted using an online form beginning March 2 – March 31, 2015. If you do not have access to a computer, you may use one at any MISD campus or at a public library.

If you have question regarding zone exemption, please contact Administrative Services at 469-302-4208.

Please click here to view the Middle School Zone Exemption Form.
Please click here to view the Middle School Zone Exemption Question and Answer sheet. (PDF)

One 2 the World

McKinney ISD will hold informational parent meetings to discuss the upcoming One 2 the World instructional initiative that will issue a MacBook Air laptop to each 2014-15 McKinney ISD high school freshman beginning in January 2015. Each meeting will cover vital information you’ll need to know about the program and answer questions you might have about One 2 the World. Because the same information will be presented during each meeting, it is not necessary to attend more than one.

The dates for the spring semester informational parent meetings are:

  • - March 30 - MNHS
  • - April 13 - MBHS
  • - April 27 - MHS
  • - May 11 - MNHS

Meetings are from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Parents are welcome at any campus regardless of your home campus. All meetings will be held in the campus library.

Click here to visit the One 2 the World webpage.
Click here to download the One 2 the World handbook.
Click here to download the One 2 the World handbook in Spanish.
Click here to download the One 2 the World presentation.

One Duvall Street | McKinney, Texas 75069 | 469.302.4000

McKinney ISD Mission and Belief Statements

The McKinney ISD considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion,
sex, marital status, military or veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.