The Melissa Schools Board of Trustees approved a bond referendum for May 7, 2016 in the amount of $150 million. A Community Task Force, comprised of over 80 members of the Melissa community and Melissa Schools faculty and administration, conducted assessments and proposed a list of valued priorities to the district. This list of priorities helped the district develop a master plan to address growth and facility needs for Melissa Schools students.
Melissa Schools Bond passes with 87 percent votes in favor
Collin County Elections reported Saturday evening that the Melissa Schools 2016 Bond Proposition officially passed with 87.31% favorable votes.
Melissa Schools expresses its gratitude to the community for the overwhelming support that it has shown for our students. The passing of this Bond is the beginning of an even brighter future for our kids.
Keith Murphy, Superintendent of Melissa Schools, published a video statement Tuesday in response to the passing of the Bond. Watch the video below.