Welcome to the 2017-18 School Year!
Becoming a Love and Logic Parent
MISD is offering LOVE AND LOGIC Classes at NO COST to MISD PARENTS, but registration is required!!
Each cohort session meets on Thurs. from 6–8 p.m. for four consecutive weeks.
“Love and Logic” Parenting classes are for parents wanting have loving relationships with their children by setting limits, avoiding power struggles and guiding their children to become problem solvers. The curriculum supports families with children from birth through the teen years.
Click here to get the form to register.
Information about 2017-2018 School Year!
Middle School APG
Click here to download the 2017-18 Middle School APG in English.
MISD Academic Planning Guides are created to assist McKinney ISD students in making course selection and planning their academic future. A variety of counseling services are offered at all MISD schools. Counselors work with students, parents and teachers to select appropriate courses that are challenging and meet graduation requirements. Catalogs, handbooks and internet sources are available to students seeking post high school educational opportunities. These opportunities include two and four year colleges and universities, vocational schools and the armed forces. Financial aid resources and workshops are also available.
Incoming 6th graders information
McKinney ISD Middle Schools Cockrill, Dowell, Evans, Faubion, Johnson
The middle schools are excited to welcome incoming 6th graders! Please join us for a parent information meeting at the time listed below. At the meeting, principals will discuss middle school schedules, course options, the registration process, and the transition to middle school. We will have counselors, administrators, and fine arts teachers available to answer any questions you may have. And, again, the middle schools can’t wait to meet our new 6th graders! Video/Presentation from Meeting
Incoming 7th & 8th graders information
Video/Presentation from Meeting
Who to contact for questions regarding registration:
This guide is intended to aid the community in connecting homeless teens and their families with agencies and services that can help them
HB1559 amended Subchapter Z, Chapter 33 of the Education Code by adding Section 33.906 as follows:
Sec. 33.906. WEBSITE INFORMATION CONCERNING LOCAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO ASSIST HOMELESS STUDENTS. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (e), each school that maintains an Internet website shall post on the website information regarding local programs and services, including charitable programs and services, available to assist homeless students.
(b) A school to which Subsection (a) applies shall make a good faith effort to compile information described by that subsection and shall post the information compiled in a format and style that is easily understandable by students or parents, as appropriate based on the grade levels the school offers.
(c) A representative of a local program or service available to assist homeless students may request to have information concerning the program or service posted on a school's website. A school may determine the information that is posted on the school's website and is not required to post information as requested by the representative.
(d) A school district is not liable for any harm to a student that results in connection with a local program or service referred to on the website of a district school as provided by this section.
(e) This section does not apply to a school within a school district that:
(1) has an enrollment of fewer than 3,000 students; and
(2) is primarily located in a county with a population of less than 50,000.
(f) This section expires September 1, 2025.
These provisions are incorporated into the TEXSHEP requirements for all subgrantees.
1. Provide the URLs for the district and campuses’ websites that show compliance with the provisions
of TEC 33.906:
See you in August
Upcoming Parent Meetings and Information
Technology News for Parents
April edition of the "Parent's Plug-In" highlights some new and useful apps worth checking out!
More School and MISD News
News from the Cafeteria
Food for Thought Newsletter
Lunch Prices for 2016-2017 School year:
Paid Breakfast $1.10 and Lunch $2.75
Reduced Breakfast $.30 and Lunch $.40
One 2 The World
In January 2015, McKinney ISD took a strategic step forward in its mission to prepare all students for college and career success by putting a new MacBook Air laptop in the hands of every MISD freshman.
It’s the first step in the District’s new “One 2 the World” instructional initiative that will roll out from 2014–2018. Once fully implemented, the program will provide every high schooler with personal access to a computer by issuing a laptop to each of those students in much the same way that textbooks have traditionally been distributed—but with vastly greater, and more flexible, educational potential. Read more.
Parent & Student Guide for One 2 the World
Bring Your Own Technology
See our Parent/Student/Teacher Guide.
Please see your campus MRS or administrator for additional information.
Check Student Grades
Check on your student's success from your own computer.
Bookmark the Home Access Center page for easy access.
Keep Up with What's Happening!
6-1-17 Letter from the Principal
5-25-17 Letter from the Principal
5-19-17 Letter from the Principal
5-12-17 Letter from the Principal
5-5-17 Letter from the Principal
4-28-17 Letter from the Principal
4-21-17 Letter from the Principal
4-13-17 Letter from the Principal
4-7-17 Letter from the Principal
3-31-17 Letter from the Principal
3-24-17 Letter from the Principal
3-17-17 Letter from the Principal
3-3-17 Letter from the Principal
2-24-17 Letter from the Principal
2-17-17 Letter from the Principal
2-10-17 Letter from the Principal
2-3-17 Letter from the Principal
See the full year calendar here (subject to changes).
Progress Reports & Report Cards
9/9/16 Progress Report
9/30/16 Progress Report
10/14/16 EOQ/ Grades Due
10/20/16 Report Card Delivery
11/4/16 Progress Report
12/2/16 Progress Report
12/16/16 EOQ/ Grades Due
1/6/17 Report Card Delivery
1/23/17 Progress Report
2/10/17 Progress Report
3/3/17 EOQ/ Grades Due
3/17/17 Report Card Delivery
3/31/17 Progress Report
4/21/17 Progress Report
6/1/17 EOQ/ Grades Due
6/6/17 Report Card Delivery