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  • Important Message From Dr. Andre D. Spencer

    I am so proud of our collective work to lead Manor ISD through the most challenging times in our modern history.

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  • Free Breakfast and Lunch for Scholars for 22-23 School Year

    Free breakfast and lunch for all scholars for the 2022-2023 school year!

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  • STAAR / EOC Test Scores

    (June 8, 2022) - Parents/Guardians can view test scores for the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR): grades 3 through 8 on July 1, 2022 and End of Course exams (EOC): grades 9 through 12 on June 16, 2022. Test scores will be available through the Texas Education Agency (TEA) Family Assessment Portal. Click this article's heading to view the full information! 

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  • Manor ISD Announces New Head Basketball Coach

    (June 27, 2022) - Manor ISD proudly announces John A. Smith as the new Manor High School/Manor Senior High School head basketball coach. Smith was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and graduated from Northwestern State University. Smith has coached three levels of basketball including, NCAA Division I, High School, and Texas Grassroots Basketball. Smith is the former head basketball coach at Austin Northeast High School and brings a wealth of experience to our district. 

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  • Manor ISD Will Showcase First-Ever Summer Musical

    (June 16, 2022) - Manor ISD Middle and High School scholars will be showcasing MISD's first-ever summer musical on June 28, 29, and 30th! The musical will be at Manor High School's Performing Art Center (12700 Gregg Manor Rd, Manor, TX 78653) at 6:30 PM. Click this article's heading to view the full information!

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  • Board Approved 2022-2023 Academic Calendar

    On April 5, 2022, the Manor ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2022-23 Academic Calendar. The new calendar will allow for Manor ISD to receive additional funding to provide enriched learning opportunities and accelerated instruction that addresses summer loss for our scholars. This funding is a part of the Additional Days School Year (ADSY) program.  The district is working on options to provide food and child care services for non-instructional weekdays. We are also seeking partnerships for after-school programs. More information will be provided as additional services are made available. 

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  • 2022 Scholarships and Awards Ceremony; Recognizing Scholar Achievements

    Manor ISD scholars were awarded more than $6 million in college scholarships during the 2022 Scholarships and Awards Ceremony on May 10th. “The Board of Trustees, myself, and the entire administrative cabinet are tremendously proud of the hard work of our graduating scholars,” said Superintendent Dr. Andre D. Spencer. “Hats off to these scholars and their families for their hard work and dedication to learning.” Read the full story! 

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  • Manor ISD Strives for the Highest-Paid Educators in Central Texas

    (June 7, 2022) - Manor ISD Board of Trustees is committed to ensuring that our educators are the highest-paid employees in Central Texas. To honor that commitment and reward employees for their dedication, on Monday, June 6, the Trustees approved a 6% raise for Teachers/Non-Exempt employees and a 2% for Professional Exempt employees. 

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  • MISD Partners With Texas State University to Build Teacher Capacity

    Manor ISD is embarking upon two very exciting program initiatives to build teacher capacity and create highly qualified teachers from within our organization. Beginning May 18th, Manor ISD has partnered with Texas State University to establish the Grow Your Own program. This program has recruited many current Manor ISD employees and will be supporting them in completing both a bachelor's degree and teacher certification in the areas of Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and English as a Second Language Education. This initiative helps current employees to advance their careers while remaining on the job and working full time. Read the full story! 

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  • Proposed Budget Shows MISD's Commitment to Recruitment and Retention of High-Quality Staff

    The district is exploring providing an across-the-board, all-employee cost of living pay increase of between 2 and 5 percent. This increase would apply as an exact percentage of an employee’s current salary. Also, as part of the continuing effort to retain high-quality staff, the district will implement various incentives for the 2022-23 school year. Read the full story! 

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  • MISD Special Olympics Athletes Go For The Gold!

    Manor ISD Special Olympics athletes competed in two sporting events this year, Basketball and Track and Field. Scholars were successful, earning gold, silver, and bronze medals, as well as ribbons for 4th place and participation. Read the full story!

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  • Coach Anthony Swain Named Manor ISD's First Sole Athletic Director

    Manor ISD is proud to announce that Coach Anthony Swain will now serve as the district's sole Athletic Director. This transition will allow for an enhanced focus on all 78 sports programs offered district-wide. “At Manor ISD, we strive for excellence in academics, fine arts and athletics as we prepare our scholars to reach their full potential,” said Dr. Andre D. Spencer, Superintendent of Schools. “As we share this great news with our community, I want to highlight the dedicated coaches and athletic staff that work tirelessly to bring greatness out of our scholars.” 

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  • Pioneer Crossing Teacher Nominated for Prestigious Presidential Award

    Nicole "Niki" Davis, a sixth-grade teacher at Pioneer Crossing Elementary School (PCE), has been nominated for the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Consideration for this achievement requires more than 100 hours of work, including submitting lesson plans, videos, reflections, and feedback. The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching is the highest recognition that a kindergarten through 12th-grade science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science teacher may receive.

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  • Manor ISD's Child Development Center (CDC) is on the Move!

    We have exciting news to share! Manor ISD's Child Development Center (CDC) is on the move. Beginning this Summer 2022, the CDC will be co-located with the Manor Elementary Early Learning Center (MEELC).  This move is part of Manor ISD's journey to graduation.  At Manor, learning begins from birth. The co-location of CDC with MEELC will offer our youngest scholars the opportunity to learn from their older peers, share resources, and create a seamless transition from development to an instructional environment. 

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  • MISD Breaks Ground on $35.5 Million Early College High School Campus

    A groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of construction for Manor Independent School District’s new Early College High School on Thursday, March 10. The future site will include 85,000 square feet of a collegiate atmosphere that will accommodate 800 existing and future scholars. The site's open concept will welcome scholars in fall 2023 and will provide the educational experience seen on college campuses, featuring a commons area, coffee shop, and a buffet-style café.

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  • MISD Middle School Bands Win UIL Sweepstakes

    During the first week of March 2022, all Manor ISD middle school bands entered the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Concert and Sight Reading Evaluation. Bands are judged on three diverse, prepared pieces of music and one piece of music that directors and scholars have never seen before. Scholars and directors receive feedback and ratings from three judges in both categories.

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  • Manor ISD Superintendent Dr. Andre D. Spencer Graduates from Thompson Institute

    The Thompson Executive Leadership Institute in Austin has announced that Dr. Andre D. Spencer, Superintendent of Manor ISD, is the recipient of an academic scholarship to attend their 28th annual Superintendent Academy. The Academy is jointly sponsored by the Thompson Executive Leadership Institute (TELI) and Region 13 Education Service Center in Austin. The TELI Superintendent Academy is a nationally known advanced leadership development program for school superintendents from Texas and surrounding states.

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  • Manor FFA Excels In the 2022 Travis County Youth Show

    Manor ISD would like to formally congratulate the Manor Future Farmers of America (FFA) members who have been hard at work with their Travis County Youth Fair and Livestock Projects. Over the past six months, members of the Manor FFA have exceeded their expectations and earnings.

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  • Manor New Tech Scholars Achieve Texas All-State Music Competition Recognition

    On Saturday, January 7, 2022 scholars from Manor New Technology High School competed in the final rounds of the Texas All-State music competition. For the first time in the history of the Manor Independent School District, three scholars have achieved this incredible honor.

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  • MISD's Post Holiday Break Guidance

    On Wednesday, December 29, 2021, Austin-Travis County Health Officials announced that Travis County has re-entered stage 4 of the COVID-19 guidelines. As we engage in holiday celebrations, precautionary measures are encouraged to keep you and your family safe. Read a message from Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Andre D. Spencer regarding MISD’s post holiday break guidance.

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  • Groundbreaking Marks Start of MISD’s $350,000 Track and Field Addition

    Manor ISD and Hellas Construction gathered at the construction site near Manor Senior High to mark the start of the $350,000 project that will reconstruct long jump, triple jump, high jump, pole vault, discus, and shot put pits at the Manor Athletic Complex. The construction plan also includes a sunshade to provide relief to athletes and spectators from the hot Texas sun. Additionally, this project will include a resurfacing of the current track.

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  • Redefining Early Childhood Education!

    Manor ISD is pleased to announce that the Manor Elementary Early Learning Center is now a Ready Set Grow! campus! On December 1st, 2021, Principal Crystal Brown will be hosting a virtual parent kickoff event to inform the community on how our scholars will benefit from this game-changing, early childhood education program!

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  • Titan Regiment Makes Their Mark in History

    Under the direction of senior drum major Saul Flores and junior drum major William Webb, the Titan Regiment has been famed as the first band in MNTHS history to receive a sweepstake of Division 1 Superior ratings with their performance titled “6 Feet...Together” at the Region 18 UIL District Competition!

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  • Hispanic Heritage Highlight: Martha Cuellar

    Breakfast tacos, enchiladas, and the infamous Dia De Los Nachos (Day of the Nachos) are some of the most popular dishes served on Thursdays at Manor New Tech High School's cafeteria. Flavorful, mouth-watering, and savory are a few of the words used to describe “Mexican Food Thursday.” The excitement builds as the cafeteria staff works their magic to assemble a pile of nachos drenched in cheese with a side of homemade salsa. As you approach the register, you are greeted by Martha Cuellar and her infectious smile.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Highlight: Velma Aleman

    Walking into a first-grade classroom, you may not be sure what to expect. Velma Aleman’s 1st-grade classroom at Presidential Meadows Elementary is bursting with color and excited chatter from young scholars. The scholars are seated 3 to a table in a circle formation around the room and each table of scholars shares a book. As Aleman diligently makes her way around the room, she speaks to the scholars mostly in Spanish but incorporates some English keywords for the dual language scholars.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Highlight: Dora Rodríguez

    Great educators are always willing to go above and beyond for their scholars and Manor ISD’s Bilingual Coordinator, Dora Rodriguez does exactly that. Although her current position does not involve classroom instruction, Rodriguez stepped up to provide help to MISD’s Virtual Learning scholars.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Highlight: Hazel Martinez

    Manor ISD’s Dual Language Coordinator, Hazel Martinez spends all year-long planning and preparing for Hispanic Heritage Month. If you ever experienced MISD’s Hispanic Heritage Month Festival then you probably felt the enthusiasm and pride. Martinez’s passion and love for celebrating Hispanic culture through our scholar’s achievements is apparent to anyone around her.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Highlight: Tony Barrios

    We all know that being a Bus Driver is no easy task. A Bus Driver's main responsibility is to safely transport our scholars, but if you know Juan “Tony” Barrios, his job extends far beyond that. Chances are, if Mr. Tony is your bus driver, you will be greeted with an infectious smile and cheerful attitude that can set anyone’s day in the right direction.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Highlight: Esther Uresti

    While most of us are slowly beginning our days in the early hours of 6 AM, Esther Uresti, better known as “Mrs. Esther” is dancing through her custodial duties at Manor ISD’s Central Administration Building. Her music of choice is Regional Mexican! A variety of songs can be heard while she greets arriving staff with a smile on her face.

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  • Board Secretary Ana Cortez Elected as President of the Mexican American School Boards Association

    MASBA is a voluntary, non-profit, statewide education association that has served local Texas school boards since 1970. MASBA is focused on closing opportunity & achievement gaps for all students – especially for Hispanic students and English Language Learners!

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  • Vice President Temeika Durden Selected for Leadership Cohort

    Manor ISD Board of Trustees Vice President: Temeika Durden has been selected to serve as the 2021-22 Leadership Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) Cohort.

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  • HB4545: Informational Webinar to Learn How This Bill Affects Your Scholar

    On June 16, 2021, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 4545 (HB4545) during the 87th Legislative Session. This law required school districts to provide additional accelerated instruction for scholars who did not take or “did not meet grade level” on the STAAR or STAAR end-of-course assessment in Spring 2021.

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  • Manor ISD Wins 2021 TAEA District of Distinction Award

    Manor ISD — Sept. 3, the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) announced the 40 winners of the 2021 District of Distinction Award. Among the list of honorees is Manor ISD. The districts received the honor for providing a well-rounded education that advocates and integrates visual arts curriculum to inspire creativity and build social-emotional learning that connects learners to their community and beyond.

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  • Local 7-Eleven Donates $711 to MISD Elementary School

    Rapidly growing Manor, Texas has welcomed a new convenience store located at the corner of Highway 290 and Lexington Street. The worldwide brand, 7-Eleven, opened their doors to the Manor community on Friday, September 3rd, and rewarded MISD’s Lagos Elementary School with a $711 donation. Lagos Elementary School Principal Malaki Hawkins and Chief of Schools Michael Perkins accepted the donation on the district’s behalf.

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  • Manor ISD mourns the loss of staff member, Amy Rodriguez.

    Manor ISD Family Shares the Loss of Ms. Amy "Coach" Rodriguez. Ms. Rodriguez was very well-known across our district and community. She began with us in 2000. She served scholars and families at Manor Elementary, Oak Meadows Elementary, Manor Middle School, Presidential Meadows Elementary and last at Bluebonnet Trail Elementary.

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  • Manor ISD to Mandate Face Masks Effective Monday, August 16, 2021

    Manor ISD to mandate face masks throughout all district facilities and transportation effective Monday, August 16, 2021

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  • Manor ISD Welcomes New Chief of Police, Clarence Yarbrough

    Manor, TX - The public is invited to view the @ManorISD Facebook live stream of the swearing-in ceremony for Manor ISD’s new Police Chief Clarence Yarbrough, on Thurs, August 5th at 1 p.m. The event will also include remarks from Superintendent of Schools, André D. Spencer, and a pinning by Board of Trustees President, Monique Celedon.

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  • Manor ISD Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services and Community Information Webinar

    Manor ISD 2021 - 2022 Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan

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  • Manor ISD To Apply for Federal Funds & Request for Public Comment

    Manor ISD is applying for the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief III (ESSER III) Federal grant. This grant has been made available to school districts to address the needs of scholars as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • MNTHS Titan Regiment 2021 Band Banquet

    Manor, TX (May 21, 2021) - The Manor New Tech Titan Regiment Band honored their band members at the annual Band Banquet on Wednesday, May 12th. Congratulations to all scholars who received Band awards!

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  • Manor ISD 2021 Teachers of the Year

    Manor, TX (May 19, 2021) - Something most of us have in common with each other, is a teacher that has changed our lives forever. On Friday, May 14, 2021, Manor ISD honored 17 Teachers of the Year who exemplify excellence in the classroom throughout the district.

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  • MECHS Senior Signs Letter of Intent

    Manor, TX (May 17, 2021) - Previously, Emily Jaimes, Senior at Manor Early College High School was offered a full-ride scholarship to Houston Baptist University to play Division I soccer for the Huskies. Jaimes accepted and signed her official Letter of Intent to play soccer at HBU on Friday, April 30th, 2021. She will start her studies in the fall of 2021.

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  • Activism Through Art

    Manor, TX (May 14, 2021) - Manor New Tech High School Visual Arts teacher, Javier Barbosa had his scholars explore the details of activism such as, organizing events and volunteering throughout the community. Scholars were then challenged to create artwork that identifies with Social Justice causes they are most passionate about.

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  • MISD Scholars Achieve 42 Awards at Texas Art Education Association Competition

    Manor, TX (May 7, 2021) - Manor ISD scholars competed in the Texas Education Art Association competition throughout this Spring. MISD achieved 19 High School awards, 12 Middle School awards, and 11 Elementary School awards.

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  • Manor Senior High Track Star Breaks 22 Year Old Record

    Manor, TX (April 29, 2021) - MSHS 11th grade scholar, Che Nwabuko secured his spot at the State Track Meet and broke the long-standing school record for the 200-meter dash.

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  • Seniors Within Manor ISD Presented With Scholarships

    Manor, TX (April 23, 2021) - Despite the difficulties of the past year, MISD scholars are continuing to put in the hard work to achieve their dreams. Four MISD scholars have been awarded college scholarships.

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  • MHS And MNTHS Student-Athletes Headed to The Regional Track Meet

    Manor, TX (April 23, 2021) - The Manor Mustang and New Tech Titan Girls and Boys Track teams have dominated the competition at the Area Track Meet! The teams will be participating in the Regional Track Meet on Friday, April 23rd and Saturday, April 24th.

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  • MECHS Scholar Featured On NPR Podcast

    Manor, TX (April 15, 2021) - Manor Early College High School ninth grade scholar, Johnique “J.T.” Thomas was featured during a recent NPR podcast interview titled “As the End of the Pandemic Becomes Real, Here’s What People are Dreaming About.” The podcast featured seven people from across the country with ages ranging from 15 to 65 years old – J.T. being the youngest.

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  • Manor Independent School District’s Music Education Program Receives National Recognition

    Manor, Texas – (April 7, 2021) – Manor ISD has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education for the third consecutive year. Now in its 22nd year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.

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  • MISD Scholar Invited to Attend 2021 Online SXSW

    Manor, TX (April 9, 2021) - Manor Senior High School 11th Grade Scholar, Fernando Aboytes was formally invited to attend SXSW Online 2021 through the E4 Youth program. Aboytes submitted a Digital Creative Portfolio published online to BULB, which is a portfolio builder site.

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  • Connecting Through Music; MSHS Teacher’s Methods Published in English Journal

    Manor, TX (April 9, 2021) - If you walk into Mrs. Shakema Dunlap’s English classroom at Manor Senior High School on any given day, you will probably hear an array of music playing. Anything from today’s chart-topping pop artists to yesterday’s classics and everything in between can be heard. Scholars in Dunlap’s class develop meaningful relationships through the sharing of music. During writing labs or asynchronous workdays, Dunlap has scholars share a link to the music they are listening to so others can listen in as well.

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  • Lagos Elementary Academic Interventionist Nominated for LifeChanger of the Year Award

    Manor, TX (April 5, 2021) - Lagos Elementary’s K-5 Academic Interventionist, Melanie Griffin-Hamlin has been nominated for the 2020-2021 National LifeChanger of the Year Award. LifeChanger of the Year is an annual award that recognizes and rewards outstanding K-12 educators and school employees across the country.

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  • Manor High School One-Act Play Advances to Bi-District Competition For The First Time Since 2009

    Manor, TX (April 1, 2021) - The cast of Manor High School’s (MHS) One Act Play, Small Mouth Sounds by Bess Whol competed in the University Interscholastic League’s (UIL) One-Act Play District level competition on March 12th and achieved five individual awards. The team then advanced on to the Bi-District level competition on March 25th and earned four individual awards.

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  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Coach of the Year Award

    Manor, TX (April 1, 2021) - Brian Marshall's coaching career spans the past 14 years and stands out to his student-athletes the most through his work with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). During the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been a priority for Marshall to keep his student-athletes involved in FCA. Coach Marshall continued to host virtual meetings and participation in the FCA program grew even in spite of a number of issues faced during this year. His efforts to keep the meetings scheduled and student-athletes engaged are only a few reasons why Coach Marshall was selected for the FCA Coach of the Year Award.

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  • The Ride to School Is Getting Safer; Manor ISD Purchases New School Buses

    Manor, TX (March 30, 2021) - Manor ISD continues to prioritize safety by investing in the district's bus fleet. This means replacing or purchasing new school buses with healthier, safer buses. The 2019 Bond allotted $3.5 million for the purchase of new buses to provide Manor ISD scholars with top-of-the-line safety resources. In the 20-21 school year, Manor ISD has purchased ten new school buses.

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  • MNTHS Senior Achieves First Runner Up at UIL State Film Competition

    Manor, TX (March 24, 2021) - This year, as a senior, Jazmine Leyva-Coronado’s digital animated film “The Eggtordinary Heist'' claimed the first runner-up spot at the State level competition. The Heist tells the story of a dragon egg mistakenly taken for a gemstone and stolen from its mother. A cunning thief is hired to steal the egg back but little does he know that he’d be facing his biggest heist by far; infiltrating the Kingdom’s Castle.

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  • High School Boys Basketball Players Selected for All-District Team

    Manor, TX (March 12, 2021) - The Manor Independent School District’s high school basketball programs had an outstanding season with many of the athletes receiving honors despite facing numerous challenges throughout the season due to the pandemic.

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  • Manor ISD Receives $10,000 Donation From Weed Man Lawn Care

    Manor, TX (February 26, 2021) - While this year has been a challenging time to secure resources, a local area business has stepped in to support our scholars through the pandemic. Weed Man Lawn Care, Austin’s go-to business for lawn service, has donated $10,000 to Manor ISD to show their support to the Manor Community and Manor ISD.

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  • Let’s Get Into It YouTube Series Selects Five MECHS Scholars To Participate

    Manor, TX (February 26, 2021) - Five Manor Early College High School (MECHS) scholars stood out amongst their peers and have been selected as cast members for the Austin Community College’s (ACC) Let’s Get Into It YouTube series. Scholars will be responsible for attending training workshops, generating show content, serving as on-air personalities and interviewing guests.

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District Announcements

  • 2022-2023 Academic Calendar

    On April 5, 2022, the Manor ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2022-23 Academic Calendar. The new calendar will allow for Manor ISD to receive additional funding to provide enriched learning opportunities and accelerated instruction that addresses summer loss for our scholars. This funding is a part of the Additional Days School Year (ADSY) program.  The district is working on options to provide food and child care services for non-instructional weekdays. We are also seeking partnerships for after-school programs. More information will be provided as additional services are made available. 

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  • HB4545: Informational Webinar to Learn How This Bill Affects Your Scholar

    On June 16, 2021, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 4545 (HB4545) during the 87th Legislative Session. This law required school districts to provide additional accelerated instruction for scholars who did not take or “did not meet grade level” on the STAAR or STAAR end-of-course assessment in Spring 2021.

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  • Manor ISD Wins 2021 TAEA District of Distinction Award

    Manor ISD — Sept. 3, the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) announced the 40 winners of the 2021 District of Distinction Award. Among the list of honorees is Manor ISD. The districts received the honor for providing a well-rounded education that advocates and integrates visual arts curriculum to inspire creativity and build social-emotional learning that connects learners to their community and beyond.

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  • MISD Encourages Summer Learning

    Manor, TX (May 28, 2021) - Manor ISD encourages summer learning through various summer school opportunities. Pre-K4 and Kindergarten scholars currently participating in bilingual or ESL programs are invited to join us June 7th through June 30th at the Manor Elementary Early Learning Center for summer school. Free breakfast, lunch, and transportation will be provided.

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