McKinney ISD

MISD

4/8 Update - All Grab & Go meal program locations (Vega, Malvern, Webb, Finch, McNeil and Slaughter) will be open on April 10th and 27th. Learn more

School Closure to Extend Through May 1 - In light of Governor Abbott’s March 31 executive order extending closure of Texas schools, I want to inform you that MISD schools will remain closed through Friday, May 1. Learn more

McKinney ISD Digital Teaching and Learning Starts Monday, March 30! Please click the following link for important components of our digital teaching and learning plan. Learn more

For digital learning, students will access the Seesaw and Canvas platforms through the McKinney ISD SSO link https://sso.mckinneyisd.net/

A parent support site, MISD Parent e-Learning Resources, has been created to assist families during digital learning with helpful information related to Seesaw, Canvas and other resources. https://sites.google.com/mckinneyisd.net/misde-learning/home

Click here to view information from the Special Populations department about the school closure.

 

Practical Parent Education

PPE is an intervention and prevention program designed to address many critical family and child development issues before and during crisis moments/mental health issues. Research shows when parents are emotionally healthy and have age appropriate communication and discipline skills, children’s mental health is better.

These core parenting skills increase a parent’s ability to effectively communicate, understand developmental issues, provide positive discipline and relate to their child in a more affirming manner their child feels understood, validated, encouraged and supported on all levels. This acceptance and encouragement from parents helps a child develop a healthy self-esteem and is less likely to struggle with identity issues, loss of self-worth, and depression. The child who is disciplined in a positive manner is less likely to have anxiety issues as well as confidence issues.

PPE also addresses academic mental health issues such as drug abuse, ADD/ADHD, suicide and bullying prevention, anger issues and social skill development. When such issues are addressed and corrected, the child is more likely to remain in school and learn the content of the classroom and develop healthy bonding relationships with others.

For more information please download the 2017 Practical Parent Schedule.

Need Help?

If you need additional assistance with the content on this page, please contact McKinney ISD team member Jennifer Akins by phone at 469-302-4150 or by email here .