Monthly Archives: August 2013

McKinney ISD: A Parent Speaks Out

I am the parent of two graduates of the McKinney Independent School District. In 2006, I lived away from my family for a year, so my daughter could graduate from McKinney High School. We returned to McKinney in 2008, specifically, … Continue reading

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MISD Shakedown – Teachers: Treasure or Trash?

MISD Teachers: Treasure or Trash? Imagine the excitement of becoming a teacher for the very first time and immediately having your job threatened, if an election measure does not pass. This is happening to the teachers of the McKinney Independent … Continue reading

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The Right View

Previous Blogs McKinney ISD Shakedown – The Communication Department – How legit are the threats and the claims to cut Staff and Administrators?  Take a look at history. McKinney ISD & NCLB Part 2 – How are minority kids doing in McKinney … Continue reading

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The Right View: The MISD Shakedown Part 1: The Communications Department

If voters don’t pass the requested tax increase, McKinney ISD representatives have threatened parents with looming cuts to Teachers and Educational Programs. “You have two choices,” school board President Curtis Rippee said. “You can either cut 10 million out of … Continue reading

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The Right View: NCLB and the McKinney ISD Part 2

McKinney ISD has failed to meet the expectations set forth under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. The district has been rated at “Missed AYP”, (Adequate Yearly Progress) for the school years of 2010-2011 and 2011-2012. Thirteen of the districts … Continue reading

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