McKinney ISD


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

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.

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


MISD Seeking Qualified Substitutes

Press Release|
Shane Mauldin|
Thursday, December 5, 2019
McKinney ISD is currently seeking qualified substitutes through January 2020.

McKinney ISD is currently seeking qualified substitutes through January 2020.

McKinney, Texas – As we all know, unexpected things happen, and when they do, sometimes missing a day of work is unavoidable. When that happens for teachers, it affects quite a few people, and substitute teachers serve a vital role in ensuring that learning continues on those occasions when a teacher has to be out.

With that in mind, MISD is currently seeking qualified substitutes. The district will process substitute applications for the current school year through January—which means that if one is interested in becoming a substitute teacher, now is a great time.

The district strives to employ the most qualified applicants; therefore, those with a valid teaching certificate will be considered first for substitute teaching positions.

In addition to substitute teachers, MISD also utilizes substitutes for paraprofessional staff (clerical and classroom aides) as well as nurses (which requires RN licensure).

For complete information about the application process and MISD’s competitive substitute pay scale, visit MISD’s Substitute Opportunities page by clicking here.

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