Mission Consolidated Independent School District

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Upcoming Events

Last Day of School/Early Release Day For Students
Date: 6/1/2016
Mission CISD Board of Trustees Committee Meeting(s)
Date: 6/1/2016
Location: Central Office Board Room
Commencement Day-MHS, VMHS, MCHS
Date: 6/2/2016
Work Day-No School for students
Date: 6/2/2016
Mission CISD Board of Trustees Regular Meeting
Date: 6/8/2016, 6:30 PM
Location: Central Office Board Room

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News and Announcements

Leal Elementary School receives shade structure grant

Leal Elementary School has been named the recipient of a 2016 Shade Structure Program Grant by the American Academy of Dermatology (Academy). The grant provided $8,000 for the purchase and installation of a permanent shade structure over some of the school’s playground area inside its running/walking track.

A healthy prize for a healthy initiative

Mission CISD elementary schools participated in the UT-RGV Border Health Student Enrollment and Education (SEEP) Program. This is a special awareness program that educates elementary students about the risk factors of and complications from diabetes in the hopes that they share the message with the families.

100% of Certified Nurse Assistant students ready for work

Twenty-two students from Mission High School (MHS) and Veterans Memorial High School (VMHS) are ready to enter the professional workforce, before they get their high school diplomas. The dual enrollment Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) students have been working on their skills and knowledge through the program offered through the district’s partnership with South Texas College.

High school book battle results in lots of reading

Students at the three high schools of Mission CISD (Consolidated Independent School District) had an opportunity to enjoy some “good reads,” and participate in friendly competition. Mission Collegiate High School (MCHS), Mission High School (MHS), and Veterans Memorial High School (VMHS) librarians promoted a literary initiative called the Battle of the TAYSHAS.

RCJH student recognized for voracious reading

R. Cantu Jr. High School (RCJH) student Pauline Llanas started the school year with a goal to read a lot. She wanted to read 10 million words as a part of the school’s Renaissance Accelerated Reader program.

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