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10

May 2016
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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 ...

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06

May 2016
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Melissa Schools 2016 Bond Election: VOTE THIS SATURDAY!

ELECTION DAY is this Saturday, May 7. Your voice matters. Don’t forget to vote! Election Day Voting Melissa City Hall 3411 Barker Ave., Melissa, TX 75454 Get Directions Saturday, May 7, 2016: 7am – 7pm

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02

May 2016
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Melissa Schools 2016 Bond Election: Don’t forget to VOTE!

EARLY VOTING continues Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3. ELECTION DAY is this Saturday, May 7!

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16

Feb 2016
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Melissa Schools Board of Trustees Calls School Bond Election

The May 7 ballot will include an additional item for voters in Melissa. The Melissa Schools Board of Trustees approved calling a bond election at a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, February 15. Voters will decide whether to approve a $150 million bond proposal. The district intends to use the bond funds, if approved, to ...

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22

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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21

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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