March 24, 2020: Technology Device Deliveries Begin (Read More)
March 23, 2020: Update on School Calendar, No Make-up Days (Read More)
March 20, 2020: Melissa ISD Shares Next Steps for Remote Instructional Support; Campus Plans Posted (Read More)
March 16, 2020: Melissa ISD Announces Plan to Transition to Remote Instruction, Message of Hope (Read More)
March 13, 2020: Melissa High School Prom Postponed (Read More)
March 12, 2020: Melissa ISD Spring Break Extended; Activities Suspended for Week of March 16 (Read More)
We want to see how our students are learning, reading, and staying active during the Melissa ISD remote instructional support period. Share your photos with us!
Remote instructional support plans for each school in Melissa ISD will be posted online, on this web page, and communicated to parents on Friday, March 20, 2020.
Email is the primary means of communication at this time. To locate a staff member’s email, please visit the Staff Directory linked above.
If you are unsure where to direct your question during the remote instructional support period at Melissa Schools, and you have already reviewed our list of Frequently Asked Questions, please either fill out our Contact Form or email email@example.com and someone from the district will reach out to you to help.
We ask for your patience as we work to determine answers to questions that arise.
Please complete the form linked below if your family needs assistance outside of what Melissa ISD can provide remotely during the coronavirus pandemic. Such needs may include: no internet access at home, no access to computer or mobile device, and limited or no meal access. Your information will remain confidential in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Technology device deliveries begin Tuesday, March 24.
If you need to enroll a new student at Melissa Schools during the remote instruction period, please visit our New Student Enrollment page to begin. You will be required to complete enrollment online, provide proof of residency, and finalize enrollment via email with the campus registrar.
The practice of social distancing encourages individuals to stay home in self-isolation for an extended period of time to help prevent or lessen the spread of a highly contagious disease such as the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
In addition, please partner with Melissa ISD in routinely reinforcing the following preventative practices in your family household, and if you choose to go out in public or travel, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).