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Instructional Plan for Fall of 2020

District Page|Curriculum and Instruction

Dear MISD Staff and Families, Thank you all for your continued patience and flexibility as we collectively work together to make available a first-class opportunity for MISD students to learn and grow. As we are aware, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape of education today, tomorrow, and for the foreseeable future. Fortunately, McKinney ISD […]

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MISD Announces New Sr. Director of Administrative Services: Dr. Michael Winters

Press Release|May 2019

McKinney ISD has hired Dr. Michael Winters to serve as the MISD senior director of administrative services. He comes to the district from Vicksburg, Mississippi where he has most recently served as associate superintendent for the Vicksburg Warren Independent School District.

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Parents

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McKinney ISD parents are known to be very active in their student’s education. To help with this effort, we have prepared this page as a quick reference guide to the different seasons in McKinney ISD. This does not represent all that is available during each season in MISD. If this page does not cover the […]

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Transportation

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McKinney ISD teams with Durham School Services to transport students to school safe, on time, and ready to learn each day. Using 155 buses, Durham manages 84 regular routes, plus an additional 42 special education routes (Routes include combinations of Elementary, Middle School, and High School runs). Each day, approximately 10,600 students are scheduled for […]

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Rules & Regulations

District Page|About MISD

Student Code of Conduct The Student Code of Conduct is the district’s response to the requirements of Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code. The Code provides methods and options for managing students in the classroom, school sponsored events, on school grounds, disciplining students, and preventing and intervening in student discipline problems. The law requires […]

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