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Sep 2016
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Melissa Middle School Performing Arts debuts “Salute to Broadway” on Sept. 17

Melissa Middle School Performing Arts invites you to its first performance of the year, Salute to Broadway, on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Melissa High School Cafeteria. Tickets are $4 for adults and $2 for students. Salute to Broadway is a musical showcase of Broadway tunes from various shows, including Newsies, Wicked, ...

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07

Sep 2016
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Academy seeks After School Group Leaders and Substitutes

The Academy, Melissa Schools’ After School Program, seeks After School Group Leaders and Substitute Leaders. High school seniors that are 18 years of age and older may apply, but must have early release. Group Leaders and Substitute Leaders are responsible for leading students though the Academy After School Program’s ...

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06

Sep 2016
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Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Thornburg, Harry McKillop Elementary

The Teacher Spotlight is a weekly piece where we feature our leaders at Melissa Schools. Check back each Monday during the school year to meet a new teacher! Our first Teacher Spotlight for the 2016-17 school year shines on Brian Thornburg from Harry McKillop Elementary, nominated by Principal Walter Perez. Mr. ...

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Sep 2016
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Pennsylvania Opens: Carpool Map Updated for Harry McKillop Elementary

Pennsylvania Ave. is officially open and updated carpool procedures for Harry McKillop Elementary have been put into place. See map and procedures. This document outlines the carpool map and procedures for morning arrival, afternoon dismissal, and inclement weather. If you have a child attending Harry McKillop Elementary, please ...

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02

Sep 2016
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Just So You Know: Weekly Update from the Superintendent – September 2, 2016

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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01

Sep 2016
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Melissa High School Track & Field athletes set eight new records for 2016

Melissa High School Track & Field set eight new school records by the end of the 2015-16 season, and the record board has been officially updated. Please join us in congratulating these student athletes! Girls Shot/Priscilla Adejokun/43’8″/2016 Discus/Priscilla Adejokun/126’5″/2016 100m/Karrington ...

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01

Sep 2016
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Student Transportation Update: Highway 121 closed at Liberty Way

UPDATE: 3:30 p.m. Hwy 121 has reopened. Highway 121 will be closed at Liberty Way until late Thursday evening (Sept. 1) due to an unexpected construction problem. Please avoid the area this afternoon. Expect some delays with buses. We will be working with area traffic for a safe release from school today. UPDATE: 2:47 p.m. […]

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Sep 2016
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Melissa Cardinals Network – Live Broadcast of Melissa vs. Lake Worth Football Game

We invite all Melissa Cardinals football fans to listen to the Cardinals’ game this Friday, Sept. 2 against the Lake Worth Bullfrogs. If you can’t attend the game, or if you want to listen on your smart phone while at the game, log on to the NEW Melissa Cardinals Network website – or download the Mixlr […]

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Aug 2016
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Order your Cardinal Spirit Gear for 2016-17

It’s a new school year which means that it’s time for new Cardinal spirit gear, and your Melissa High School cheerleaders are here to help! They’ve set up a spirit store online, so you can now order everything from leggings to shirts and hoodies all from the convenience of your phone. Youth sizes are offered […]

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Aug 2016
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GREEN OUT for Colby at first Varsity Cardinal Football home game on Sept. 9

GREEN OUT FOR COLBY for the first 2016-17 Varsity Cardinal Football game at Cardinal Stadium on Friday, Sept. 9. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. Your Cardinals play Waxahachie Life School. The Melissa Booster Club will sell “Click it for Colby” t-shirts for $10, with every dollar raised going toward the Colby Green Scholarship ...

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