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Jun 2017
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District closed from July 3-7

Melissa Schools will be closed district-wide from July 3-7. The Home Office will reopen on Monday, July 10. (See School Summer Hours)

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Jun 2017
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Mighty Cardinal Band qualifies first march recording for state-level competition

The 2016-17 school year has come to an end, but the Mighty Cardinal Band continues to win awards. The Melissa High School Band has earned another “first” for the program. Earlier this month the band advanced to the area level of the Association of Texas Small School Bands (ATSSB) Outstanding Performance Series (OPS) competition. ...

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Reserved Seating Tickets - 2017-18

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Jun 2017
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Reserved Seating Ticket Information for 2017 Football Season

Melissa Schools will offer Reserved Seating tickets, priced at $50 each, for the 2017 football season. Reserved Seating tickets guarantee preferred seating for Varsity Home games only. General Sales Reserved Seating ticket sales for 2017 begin Monday, Aug. 31 at 1:30 p.m. at the Melissa Schools Home Office, located at 1904 Cooper ...

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Assistant Principals and Instructional Coaches for 2017-18

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Jun 2017
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New assistant principals, instructional coaches named for 2017-18

Melissa Schools has named new assistant principals and instructional coaches for the 2017-18 school year at Harry McKillop Elementary and Melissa Ridge Intermediate. The district is gearing up for future primary campus restructuring, with plans to have three K-5 elementary schools beginning in 2018-19. Womack, Thornburg Join ...

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Cale Hayes

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Jun 2017
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Cale Hayes named an Outstanding Performer at State Solo-Ensemble Contest

Melissa High School Mighty Cardinal Band student Cale Hayes was recently named an Outstanding Performer at the 2017 Texas State Solo-Ensemble Contest. Hayes is a bass trombonist and section leader in the Mighty Cardinal Band, and he begins his senior year this August. According to the University Interscholastic League (UIL), ...

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TEA STAAR Results

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Jun 2017
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Spring 2017 STAAR test results accessible online

Melissa Schools received notification of student performance results for the Spring 2017 STAAR tests on Wednesday, June 14. This year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has created a new STAAR Report Card, replacing the Confidential Student Report (CSR) that parents have received in the past. The district will not receive printed ...

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KM Weekly Update 6-2-17

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Jun 2017
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Just So You Know: Weekly Update from the Superintendent – June 2, 2017

Here is your weekly update from Keith Murphy, Superintendent of Melissa Schools, featuring the latest news and photos, along with upcoming events.

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Michele Austin

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Jun 2017
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Michele Austin selected as principal at Melissa Ridge Intermediate

Melissa Schools has selected Michele Austin as the principal at Melissa Ridge Intermediate, beginning with the 2017-18 school year. Austin served as the assistant principal at Harry McKillop Elementary for the 2016-17 school year, and she has served as an educator for over 20 years. Walter Perez, principal at Harry McKillop ...

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Faces of the Future

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May 2017
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Melissa’s “Faces of the Future” reflect on time at Harry McKillop Elementary

Ten students from the Melissa High School Senior Class of 2017 came together in early May to reflect on their time at Harry McKillop Elementary, and particularly the “Faces of the Future” tiles on display in the school’s main hallway. These seniors, and 50 others from their class, drew a self-portrait on a tile for […]

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May 2017
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Melissa High School Class of 2017 participates in second annual Senior Walk

The Melissa High School Senior Class of 2017 participated in the second annual Melissa Schools Senior Walk Wednesday morning. The seniors walked the halls of Harry McKillop Elementary, dressed in red caps and gowns, as younger Cardinals, family members, and former teachers cheered them on. Over 60 of the 149 seniors graduating this ...

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