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Jan 2016
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Lady Cardinal Basketball to begin second round of district play at Community, leads 5-0

Melissa High School Lady Cardinal Basketball has now completed the first half of District 12-4A play and is in first place with a 5-0 record. Last week, the Lady Cards defeated Quinlan Ford and Bonham. They will travel to Community Tuesday, Jan. 26 to begin their second round of district play. On Friday, Jan. 29 they […]

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Jan 2016
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Melissa High School Choir to perform at Allen Americans Hockey Game

The Melissa High School Choir will perform the National Anthem at the Allen Americans hockey game on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Allen Event Center. Friends and family of Melissa Schools students are invited to attend the game and sit in the East Terrace for a discounted price of $14. Doors open at 6:05 p.m. […]

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Jan 2016
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Final week of yearbook sales for 2015-16: Order before Friday, Jan. 29!

The last opportunity to purchase a 2015-16 yearbook for Melissa Ridge Intermediate, Melissa Middle School, and Melissa High School is this Friday, Jan. 29 at no later than 9:00 a.m. These campuses will turn in final yearbook counts at 10:00 a.m. on Friday. You can order a yearbook online using the links below or pick up an order ...

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Jan 2016
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Lady Cardinals sweep top individual awards in Powerlifting

Melissa High School Lady Cardinals Priscilla Adejokun and Brianna Cole took home gold medals in Powerlifting at Saturday’s meet in Princeton. Additionally, they were each awarded the Best Lifter awards, an award given to the athlete who lifts the most weight based on their body weight. Cole won the Best Lifter award for the ...

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Jan 2016
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Melissa Schools Board of Trustees unanimously votes to extend Superintendent’s contract

In a unanimous vote at the Jan. 21 Melissa Schools Board of Trustees meeting, the Board approved the extension of Superintendent Keith Murphy’s contract through 2018. “I am very blessed to be the Superintendent in Melissa, Texas,” Murphy said Friday. “As you can imagine, it is a huge responsibility. During the first 22 months ...

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Jan 2016
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Melissa Schools receives promising audit report, finalizes first phase of growth planning

Melissa Schools held its first Board of Trustees meeting of 2016 on Thursday, Jan. 21, featuring key presentations on the financial state of the district as well as the district’s future expansion. Steve Davis of Morgan, Davis & Company presented the Annual Independent Financial Audit and indicated that the district is ...

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Jan 2016
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Just So You Know: Weekly Update from the Superintendent – Jan. 22, 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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Jan 2016
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Board Celebrated, Cardinals Commended at January Board of Trustees Meeting

Melissa Schools celebrated its Board of Trustees Thursday night in honor of School Board Recognition Month. The first Board meeting of 2016 was a special one, featuring dinner and dessert, along with performances by the Melissa Middle School Drum Line and the Melissa High School Choir. Standout students and faculty from throughout ...

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Jan 2016
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Freshman and sophomore parents invited to Cardinal Conversations on Feb. 4

Parents of freshman and sophomore students are invited to take part in a 30 minute Cardinal Conversations meeting on Thursday, Feb. 4 at Melissa High School. At this meeting, you’ll have a chance to talk with a teacher about your child’s academic experience at Melissa High School, discuss preparation for future plans, and share ...

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Jan 2016
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Melissa ISD moves into next phase of Bond Election

Melissa ISD has worked closely for the last three months with its Community Task Force committees to assess the district’s unique needs and prepare for fast growth. Each of the twelve Task Force committees, consisting primarily of Melissa community members, conducted private assessments and proposed a list of valued priorities to ...

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