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MISD Attendance Credit Election Postponed

Press Release|
Shane Mauldin|
Friday, April 3, 2020

McKinney, Texas – Today, McKinney ISD announced that the MISD Attendance Credit Election originally scheduled for May 2, 2020, has been postponed.

At its December meeting, the MISD Board of Trustees called for the Attendance Credit Election to give MISD voters the opportunity to vote for or against the method by which the district makes mandatory payments to the state under the so-called “Robin Hood” law.

Governor Abbott has given local school districts and municipalities the authority to postpone their May 2 elections, and the decision to postpone the Attendance Credit Election was made in response to the potential risk voters may experience if COVID-19 is still a threat to the community. The City of McKinney and Collin County also postponed elections.

MISD will provide more details in the coming months on a rescheduled date for the Attendance Credit Election.

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Elección de crédito de asistencia de MISD pospuesta

McKinney, Texas – Hoy, McKinney ISD anunció que la Elección de Crédito por Asistencia de MISD originalmente programada para el 2 de mayo de 2020, se ha pospuesto.

En su reunión de diciembre, el Consejo Directivo de MISD solicitó la Elección por Crédito de Asistencia para dar a los votantes de MISD la oportunidad de votar a favor o en contra del método por el cual el distrito realiza pagos obligatorios al estado bajo la llamada ley “Robin Hood”.

El gobernador Abbott, ha dado a los distritos escolares y municipios locales la autoridad para posponer sus elecciones del 2 de mayo, y la decisión de posponer la Elección de Crédito por Asistencia se tomó en respuesta al riesgo potencial que los votantes pueden experimentar si COVID-19 sigue siendo una amenaza para la comunidad. La ciudad de McKinney y el condado de Collin también pospusieron las elecciones.

MISD proporcionará más detalles en los próximos meses en una fecha reprogramada para la Elección de Crédito de Asistencia.

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