McAllen ISD students will receive unique training as part of a global phenomenon this week. The head of the Choose 2 Matter movement will visit McAllen ISD and train students from elementary, middle school and high school about becoming Choose 2 Matter Ambassadors. Students from each elementary and middle school that feeds into McAllen High
Katie Blackwell likes to help others. The 13-year old organized a picnic Wednesday, December 7 to help feed those in need. An 8th grader at Homer J. Morris Middle School, she arranged for meals, care packages and medical attention for those who are less fortunate. “It’s a group effort,” Blackwell said. “My parents have always taught
If you were not able to participate in the McAllen ISD Town Hall meetings held Dec. 7-8, here is another opportunity to let us hear from you. Please take a few minutes to share your opinion in this informative survey on McAllen ISD’s school buildings. The survey is multiple choice and leaves room for comments.
Some of the top Technology-industry leaders in the country came away amazed with what they saw in McAllen ISD recently. Along with representatives from entities across the region, they visited McAllen ISD schools Dec. 6 to learn about some of the phenomenal things the district is doing regarding technology. “I’m very impressed,” Dell Vice President
Abigail Castillo (seated), a senior at McAllen Memorial, took first place in her division at the World Association of Bench Press & Dead Lift held Nov. 20 in Las Vegas. Castillo bench pressed 181 pounds and dead lifted 330. This is the second straight year a Mustang has won at this international event. In 2015, Misty