McAllen High School
Distance Learning: Updated 8/09/2020 10:00 am
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Message from Campus Principal: Mr. Canales
McAllen High School Campus Phone Numbers:
Reminder: Students schedule for the upcoming school year will be available starting 8/10/20!
Message from Dr. J.A. Gonzalez regarding distance learning
Please click to Vote for McAllen ISD and McAllen High School! Starting with question #187 & scroll through to #199 to find 10 education-related questions
Back to School - Distance Learning Survey/ Encuesta de Aprendizaje a Distancia de Regreso a la Escuela
Greetings McAllen ISD Families,
An important survey has been added to your Skyward account. Your participation in this survey will help our District know how we can best support you and your students as we begin the school year with 100% remote learning on August 24. The survey includes information regarding:
- student devices
- internet connectivity
- school-day supervision
- school meals
As always, we appreciate your time and attention to this important matter.
Please click to view important dates for students to drop off and collect school items. Also, view to see dates for student schedule on skyward. *Face coverings are required when stopping by McAllen High School*
(Clarification for Equipment Drop-Off and Textbooks)
Textbook drop off will be extended till Aug 10th-14th; from 9-4. There will be a drop off box located in front of the campus and books will get collected and scanned. Please wait for direct contact from school/teacher regarding any textbooks for the upcoming school year.
MISD Remote Learning Instructional Schedule
Secondary Distance Learning Schedule by Content
This is the schedule the teachers will be following.
Secondary Distance Learning Schedule (Sample)
This is a sample of a student schedule.
McAllen ISD - Letter from Superintendent 7/29/20
Parents, please share your thoughts regarding this upcoming school year.
If you are needing a Chromebook or repair please click to request* New or Current Students*
McAllen High School Year Book Distribution information below:
Minute with Maxwell
Why Not Now!
Health Tips from our McHi Nursing Staff
The top tip: Wash your hands. Why? Viruses can spread from person to person via respiratory droplets. When an infected person coughs or sneezes, close contacts can be infected. In addition, the virus can end up on doorknobs, elevator buttons and other surfaces. If you touch those surfaces and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth, you can become infected.