A variety of information Mesquite ISD is required to post is included below. Some required financial information not seen here may be found on the Financial Transparency page of this website.
- Check Acceptance Policy
- District of Innovation Plan
- Conflict of Interest Disclosures
- Tax Rate Orders
- Unclaimed Property Under $100
- Dual Credit Agreement Between MISD and DCCD
The website and its contents are provided without any representations, endorsements or warranties of any kind whatsoever, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, any warranties of title or accuracy and any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement, with the sole exception of warranties (if any) that cannot be expressly excluded under applicable law.
4. Intellectual Property Statement
All content of our website is the copyrighted material of the District or the appropriate contributor, and is protected by the United States and international copyright, trademark and other applicable laws. The website includes content, appearances and design, as well as the District and third party trademarks, product names, graphics, logos, slogans, colors and designs that are the property of their respective owners. Except as set forth in the relevant license agreements, nothing contained in our website grants any license or other right to any the District's intellectual property or any third party's intellectual property. The appropriate party reserves complete title and interest to its intellectual property on or associated with the website. You may not copy (other than a copy for personal use, provided you do not remove any trademark, copyright or any other notice contained in the content), modify, distribute, alter, display, reproduce, transfer or republish any of the data of our website without obtaining the written permission of the District.
5. Applicable Law
6. Limitation of Liability
In no event will the District or its affiliates, representatives, contractors, or their respective officers, directors or employees be liable for any damages, including, without limitation, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages, whether under a contract, tort or any other theory of liability, arising in connection with (i) any party's use of the website or a linked site, (ii) any failure, error, omission, interruption, defect, delay, computer virus, line system failure or loss of data, (iii) any loss of use related to our website or a linked site, (iv) any website operated by any third party, (v) or any content of this website or any linked site, even if the District is aware of the possibility of such damages.
8. Guidelines for Children
It is our policy to comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 and all other applicable laws. We do not specifically collect information about children nor market our products or services to children.
Copyright July 2005, except where noted. All rights reserved
Mesquite ISD accepts checks (for the amount of purchase only) that contain the following information:
- Current address
- Current telephone number
Checks drawn on commercial or business accounts must include the name and address of the check writer.
Checks should not be written in pink, purple or red ink.
Effective April 1, 2015, in the event that a check written to any Mesquite ISD campus, club or organization is returned by your bank, Mesquite ISD or its agent, Envision Payment Solutions, will redeposit your check electronically. This redeposit will result in a returned check fee of $30 plus applicable sales tax. The use of a check for payment is your acknowledgment and acceptance of this policy and its terms.
Customers (check writers) with returned check inquiries should contact Envision Payment Solutions at:
Tel 877.290.5460, or 770.709.3100
P.O. Box 157
Suwanee, GA 30024-0157
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Conflict of Interest Disclosures
The 79th Texas Legislature passed House Bill 914, which establishes new conflict-of-interest disclosure requirements for local government officers. That bill was codified in the Texas Local Government Code and went into effect on January 1, 2006. The law requires school board members and superintendents to file conflicts disclosure statements revealing certain relationships they may have with vendors doing business or seeking to do business with their school districts. It also mandates that trustees and superintendents report certain gifts received from current vendors and those seeking to become vendors.
The Texas Ethics Commission promotes public confidence in electoral and governmental processes by enforcing, administering, and training state officers and employees on applicable laws governing standards of conduct, personal financial disclosure, lobby registration and activities, political contributions and expenditures, and political advertising. For more information, visit the Texas Ethics Commission website.
Conflict of Interest Forms
The Texas Ethics Commission adopted Forms CIS and CIQ pursuant to H.B. 914. Please note that the Texas Ethics Commission does NOT have jurisdiction to interpret or enforce Chapter 176 of the Government Code. Also, please note that these forms are NOT filed with the Texas Ethics Commission.
Local Government Officer Conflicts Disclosure Statement
Conflict of Interest Questionnaires in Alphabetical Order:
Conflict of Interest Forms
To download and print a form click on the form name in one of the menus below. Forms are also available to view upon request in the Purchasing Department.