By Bryan Criswell, TSB Staff
High School Hallways – Week of September 10th
High School Hallways is brief weekly digest of happenings in McKinney area high schools.
1) MISD College Night
College Night will be held on Thursday, September 13, from 6-8 p.m. at McKinney North in the gyms and room G119. More than 100 colleges and universities will be present and it’s a great opportunity for students to visit the various schools and learn more about them.
2) MISD Night at FC Dallas
MISD Night at FC Dallas will be held on Saturday, September 15 at 7:30 p.m. MEF will receive proceeds from tickets purchased online through midnight Thursday, September 13th.
Discount tickets are only available at the following link: https://www.wepay.com/events/misd-night
Student tickets are only $5, and adult admission is $15.
4) Dr. Kennedy’s Video Blog
In case you missed Dr. Kennedy’s Video Blog from September 4th, click here to view “Texas School Nurse.”
This weekly video blog provides Dr. Kennedy with an opportunity to discuss issues impacting education, celebrate student and staff accomplishments, and to share exciting plans for the future of McKinney ISD.
5) Open House
McKinney High School (MHS) will host its open house on Monday, September 10, from 6-8 p.m. Parents, students, and partners of MHS are invited to meet teachers and administrators and learn about the many available clubs and organizations.
6) MHS Shows Big Play Potential in Victory Over Frisco Heritage (click to view story)
7) Curriculum Night
McKinney North will be hosting Curriculum Night on Monday, September 10, from 6-8 p.m. They will run a bell schedule and parents will go to class following their son/daughter’s schedule. It will be a great evening for parents to meet the teachers and learn more about your child’s classes.
8) Painting Parking Spots at McKinney North Becomes Case of the Blues (click to view story)
9) McKinney North Band Completes Marching Camp, Opening Game Performance (click to view story)
10) North Struggles To Find Rhythm In Loss To Prosper (click to view story)
11) North Tennis Team Tops Lake Highlands (click to view story)
12) Boyd Bronco Band Gives Back in Samaritan Inn Charity Drive (click to view story)
13) Football Scoreboard: Boyd Struggles On Offense, Falls at Coppell (click to view story)
14) Parent Night
Parents are invited to meet with teachers at 7pm on the upper school campus. Schedules for parents to follow will be passed out at the front door. Each class will be 10 minutes long with a 5-minute break between classes.