Parent Information


2015-16 Length of Discipline Placement
2015-16 Student Code of Conduct (English)
2015-16 Student Code of Conduct (Spanish)
5 Ways to Connect to Your Child's School
Five ways you can get involved
Academic Planning Guide

High School APG

This document provides information surrounding course descriptions for all courses offered at high school. Students entering grade 9 in 2014-15 also must refer to the McKinney ISD Guide to Graduating Under House Bill 5 located on this page:

The following courses will have new weighting, beginning with next year’s sophomores (the Sophomore Class of 2015-2016). These courses will not be weighted for next year’s Juniors or Seniors.
Anatomy and Physiology –5.0
Computer Science III –6.0
Computer Science IV –6.0
Digital Electronics –6.0
Principles of Engineering –5.0
Civil Engineering & Architecture –6.0
Engineering Design & Development –6.0

The following course will be available to next year’s Seniors who qualify.
ISM –5.0

Click here to download the 2016-17 High School APG in English.

Middle School APG

Click here to download the 2016-17 Middle School APG in English.
Click here to download the 2016-17 Middle School APG in Spanish.

MISD Academic Planning Guides are created to assist McKinney ISD students in making course selection and planning their academic future. A variety of counseling services are offered at all MISD schools. Counselors work with students, parents and teachers to select appropriate courses that are challenging and meet graduation requirements. Catalogs, handbooks and internet sources are available to students seeking post high school educational opportunities. These opportunities include two and four year colleges and universities, vocational schools and the armed forces. Financial aid resources and workshops are also available.

Click here for information about the new HB5 graduation requirements.
Club 360 After School Care
Club 360 After School is an after school care program developed by McKinney ISD in order to provide quality, safe care for elementary students. The program is located on site at each elementary campus.
College Readiness Assessments
If your child took a college readiness assessment ( ReadiStep, EXPLORE, PLAN or PSAT), please follow this link to find more detailed information about the test and score interpretation.
District Homeless Liaison
P. J. Holland-Rasor, 469-302-7708
Elementary Report Cards
Harold Murphy Counseling Center
McKinney ISD and the Department of Counseling at Texas A&M University-Commerce are pleased to announce the opening of the Harold Murphy Counseling Center (HMCC). The HMCC is located at the Greer Annex, 510 Heard Street in McKinney. Please see your school counselor or administrator for details. To Make An Appointment Call 469-302-6318 The HMCC provides valuable counseling to MISD students Pre-K-12th grade and their family members who are re-ferred on a sliding scale.
Health Services
Home Access Center (HAC)
In Home Access Center you will be able to view various information regarding to your student’s academic performance such as attendance, report cards and standardized test scores.
McKinney CAN
McKinney CAN (Community Action Network) is an exciting new program that involves parents and community members in a year-long dialogue with the school district.
McKinney ISD Board Policy Manual
MISD Swimming Pool
The McKinney ISD swimming pool, located at McKinney High School, is open to the public for use throughout the year. Swimming lessons are also available. Click on the link to the right for the current schedule of open swim times and lesson availability.
One 2 the World Handbook
Parent Education Classes
"Becoming a Love and Logic Parent"

Make parenting easier and more fun! Enjoy your children and teens and lessen your stress level and energy drain by using “Love and Logic”. This parenting class is designed to help parents of children ages 8 months to 18, to help raise their children to become problem- solving responsible adults. The “Love and Logic” curriculum has been used and proven for more than 30 years. The course is on four consecutive Tuesdays per month from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Spring 2016 Sessions (PDF)
SAT / ACT Information

SAT, ACT and PSAT preparation

SAT Seminar and ACT Seminar

PSAT or the AP Test for home schooled Students
My son/daughter is a home schooled student. Can he/she take the PSAT or the AP test?
Yes. Please visit this link for further details.

2016 PSAT Preparation Camp

School Nutrition
Interested in the daily menu or what's hot about nutrition?
School Supply Lists
School Supply Lists
Student Accident Insurance Program
This program can provide benefits for medical expenses incurred because of an accident. Visit this website to download the brochure/application, claim forms and enroll online.
Summer School Health History & Medication Form
Teacher Websites
Texas Education Code - Chapter 37