Trey Smith set to lead opening of Sixth Grade Center in fall 2019.
Trey Smith was selected in January 2020 to serve as the associate principal at the Sixth Grade Center beginning with the 2020-2021 school year, as the Melissa Middle School campus expands. The Sixth Grade Center will be located at 2950 Cardinal Drive.
District shares development plans at Vision 2020 community update.
The Melissa Ridge Education Center officially opens its doors and welcomes students for the first day of the 2019-2020 school year.
Construction begins on new tennis courts.
Melissa Schools staff, students, community members celebrate the groundbreaking on the construction of the new tennis courts at the Melissa Sports Complex.
Preparations begin to open Melissa Ridge Education Center.
Minor renovations begin at the Melissa Ridge building, which will re-open the fall of 2019 as the Melissa Ridge Education Center housing Kindergarten, Pre-Kindergarten, and Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities (PPCD).
Special Programs hub moves into old middle school building.
The special programs hub moves into the old middle school building. The Academy After School Program will also move into the old middle school building ahead of the 2019-2020 school year.
Board of Trustees establish goals for the district.
The Melissa Schools Board of Trustees works with school administrators to establish a set of goals for the district. The previous district goals were established in 2015.
New school facilities open.
Melissa High School and North Creek Elementary officially open the doors at their new facilities, and Melissa Middle School opens at its new location.
Nearly all staff begin the move to a new location within Melissa ISD.
In preparation for opening the new Melissa High School and North Creek Elementary facilities, the majority of classrooms, programs, and staff of Melissa Schools begin moving to a new location.
Zoning boundaries released for Melissa elementary schools.
Templeton Demographics, an independent demographer contracted by Melissa Schools, provides a detailed map of the Melissa ISD elementary boundary lines, to go into effect starting with the 2018-19 school year.
Melissa Schools Move information page is launched.
The Melissa Schools Move web page, located at www.melissaisd.org/move, serves as an online resource to inform the community of key information regarding the 2018-19 school reconfiguration.
Melissa Sports Facility opens with new baseball and softball fields.
The Melissa Sports Facility opens in partnership with the City of Melissa, featuring new school baseball and softball fields along with two city fields. The Melissa Sports, LLC also formed at this time, managing scheduling for the city and the schools. The sports facility would go on to host over 1,200 games from February to December 2018.
Melissa ISD breaks ground on new Melissa High School facility.
Melissa Schools administration, staff, and board members join the community to officially break ground on the construction of the new Melissa High School facility.
Stantec is hired to design North Creek Elementary.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approves the hiring of Stantec Architecture to design the North Creek Elementary facility.
$150 million bond proposal passes with 87% favorable vote.
In the May 2016 bond election, Melissa ISD voters approve a $150 million bond proposal for construction, renovation, and land acquisition.
Bond presentations delivered to community organizations.
Presentations are delivered by community members to local organizations, with the goal of sharing facts about the upcoming bond election.
Resources added to Bond Program information page.
The bond election presentation, fact sheet, and 10 Year Master Plan for Melissa Schools are published on the Bond Program web page, located at www.melissaisd.org/bond.
Board of Trustees calls school bond election.
After working closely with the needs assessment committee for three months, the Melissa Schools Board of Trustees calls a bond election with a proposal of $150 million.
Community Task Force chair and co-chair present final report of district needs.
A final report is presented by the Community Task Force to the Board of Trustees, based on three months of research and findings by the community-led needs assessment committee.
Provide a high standard of care shaped by the core values: Integrity, Loyalty, Honesty, Humility, Hope.
Recruit and retain quality staff that have a passion for the academic and extracurricular success of our students leading to a positive campus culture.
Work with students and parents to develop meaningful experiences that give a competitive edge and an accelerated path to college, career, or military readiness.
Build a culture of academic excellence where students demonstrate mastery of grade level subject matter and continuously improve year after year relative to themselves based on STAAR, EOC, and Common Assessments.
Promote student involvement in extra-curricular and co-curricular programs.