McKinney ISD

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

With the rapidly changing situation concerning COVID-19 in Collin and surrounding counties, McKinney ISD has made the decision to start the 2020-21 school year in a completely virtual (online) environment for all students for the first three weeks of school, beginning August 13. Our goal is to begin offering on-campus instruction on September 3. Please know that this decision was not made lightly and that it was made out of concern for the safety and health of all students and staff.

This page will serve has the district’s Coronavirus information hub. All resources relating to the district’s response to the pandemic will be included on this page as it is made available.

Important Resources

Health and Wellness Resources

The district’s Health Services department has compiled a list of resources with pertinent information relating to COVID 19.

Curriculum and Instruction Resources

The district’s Curriculum and Instruction department have outlined how the district will proceed with instruction for the 2020-21 school year. Please review the resources listed below for more information.

Technology Resources

This summer, the district’s Technology team deployed more than 13,000 MacBooks to MISD students. Listed below are resources parents and students can use should they need help with district supported technology.

School Nutrition Resources

This summer the district implemented a Grab and Go meal pickup program. Since mid-March this program has provided some 290,000 free meals to McKinney children. The start of school will bring some changes to the program. Please visit the link listed below for more information.