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Congratulations and Welcome to Mesquite ISD!
- MISD Employee Handbook
- MISD School Calendar (2019-20)
- MISD District Map
- MISD Feeder Patterns
- Cheat Sheet of MISD Acronyms
The handbook is available at all times on the Mesquite ISD website. All employees are expected to follow MISD policies and procedures, as well as, all standards established within the Texas Educators' Code of Ethics.
Click to download the MISD Employee Handbook.
Mesquite ISD has true feeder patterns—students advance through our schools with the same group of classmates all the way through high school. In other words, when students begin kindergarten, they know exactly which high school they will attend (provided they do not move to another attendance zone). This reinforces our Commitment to Community, one of our district's core values.
To view a downloadable/printable chart of our feeder patterns organized by high school, click on the button below:
- MISD Employee Portal
- Email Access and Set-up
- Voicemail Access and Set-up
- Manage Passwords
- Time Clock (GHG)
- Grade Book, Student Attendance, and Student Information (Skyward)
- Teacher Absences (Aesop/Frontline)-How to request a Sub
- Curriculum (Eduphoria)
- Google Drive (and other file sharing options)
- Employee Self Service (Payroll and Changing Employee Information)
MISD's employee portal is the gateway to the district's most important web tools. Use your new MISD username and password to sign in only once and gain access to email, grades, attendance, curriculum, G-Suite (Google) and Classroom, and even password management.
All teachers, students, and administrators have portal access from campus and home. From the MISD employees' page, click the fingerprint image (like the one shown here) to access your web portal.
NOTE: After employment contracts are signed and paperwork has been processed, MISD's Professional Learning department will email usernames and temporary passwords to new teachers at the email address you provided to Personnel on the blue form.
After employment contracts are signed and paperwork has been processed, MISD's Professional Learning department will email usernames and temporary passwords to new teachers at the email address you provided to Personnel on the blue form.
Once you have received your username and password, you can access your email account through Outlook Online, located in the MISD Employee Portal (see above).
To add your new MISD email account to your smart phone, you'll need to identify the account as an EXCHANGE account. When prompted, enter your full email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) and your new MISD password.
Setting up voicemail is one of the first things to take care of in your new classroom. Chances are, the voicemail on the phone in your classroom still holds the settings of the teacher who previously occupied that room. To change your voicemail settings, follow the steps below.
- Contact the Help Desk by email (email@example.com) or by telephone (dial 7777 from any MISD phone). They will reset your phone's login password and will send you the following instructions.
- Press the circular message button on your phone or dial extension 7488 to sign into the voicemail system. Use 1212 as your first time login password; the system will now require to create your own unique password.
- To record a new outgoing greeting, from the main voicemail menu press 4, 3, and then 1.
- To record or re-record your name, from the main voicemail menu press 4, 3, and then 3 .
Skyward is the system teachers use to record student attendance and grades, and it also provides easy access to parent contact information. For help with Skyward issues, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shortly after you begin employment with MISD, you'll receive 2 emails from Terri Craig OR Frontline Education (MISD's absence management system). One of these emails is an invitation to create your username and password. The second email includes information on how to utilize the Frontline app and the phone call-in system.
The Frontline Absence Management system will be available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be accessed via internet (website) or phone (app or call-in). Use Frontline to report your own absences and request a substitute. You must report your absences as early as possible.
You will receive a personal invitation email with the subject line: Mesquite ISD invites you to Absence Management. Click "Create a Frontline ID." Enter a username, password, email address, and click "I accept the terms and conditions." The click "Create Frontline ID" and you are in! For more information on creating your Frontline ID click here.
Mobile App Access:
After you have created your Frontline ID, you can download the Frontline Education mobile app. The four digit invitation code is 7354. After entering the invitation code, enter your Frontline ID credentials to sign-in. For more information regarding the mobile app click here.
Phone Dial-in Access:
You can call Frontline toll-free at 1-800-942-3767. Simply follow the voice menu to enter and manage absences. We recommend that you call in to check the computer recording of your name and title.
Note: You are NOT required to create a Frontline ID for dial-in access (you automatically have dial-in access.) However, to access the website, you must create a Frontline ID via your personal invitation email.
**When entering an absence by phone dial-in, please wait until you receive a confirmation number before you terminate the phone call. Your transaction is not complete until you receive a confirmation number.
Click on the following link in order to view directions for how to create an absence and request a substitute teacher by phone or online: Employee Absence Quickstart Guide.
For assistance in using Frontline, login and click on the ? at the top of the page. You'll find videos on getting started and creating an absence as well as answers to other questions you may have.
If you have any questions or concerns about Frontline, please contact Terri Craig, our MISD district contact for the Frontline system. You can email her at email@example.com or call her at 972-882-7599. (Her office hours are 6:30 am-3:00 pm.)
MISD offers several platforms for online storage and sharing of files. Google Drive, TeacherShare, Private Network Folders, and DocuShare serve a variety of purposes for the District.
G-Suite (Google Apps): a cloud-based platform for creating, editing, and sharing files. MISD teachers and students all have access to a G-Suite account. As a teacher in Mesquite ISD, you'll have access to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, Classroom, Calendar, Google +, and Hangouts. G-Suite is accessed through the Portal on the MISD Employees page. Students access their applications from the Students/Parents page.
Private Network Folders: All instructional employees and students have a PNF for document storage only; items stored here may not be shared from within the folder. The folder can be accessed from any computer or mobile device in the district. Please do not store movies, music, pictures, or any other large media files in your PNF.
On a PC, this folder is listed as the P: drive.
On a Mac, it is in the Dock next to TeacherShare, labeled with your username.
TeacherShare: a PUBLIC network folder for temporarily housing files to share with other teachers. The folder is emptied out each Saturday. TeacherShare is preferred over email for sharing large files with others in the district. Remember that everything in the folder can be seen by any other teacher in the district.
To access on a PC, go to Start > Computer > Network Location > TeacherShare. Drag in the items you want to share.
To access on a Mac, look on the Dock next to your Private Network Folder. Drag your items into the TeacherShare folder on your dock.
DocuShare: Secure, long-term storage of official documents. Teachers and other employees occasionally receive links to a file located in DocuShare. Only employees have access to DocuShare.
You can access the Employee Self Service site through our MISD Employee Portal. Employee Self Service provides Mesquite ISD employees with access to the following:
- Payroll information (check history and much more)
- Tax information — access W2 and W4 copies
Through Employee Self Service, Mesquite ISD employees can also:
- Change personal address information
- Change personal phone number
- Add or change emergency contacts
- Change W4 information
How to Log In to Employee Self Service
User Name: Employee Number (Look on paycheck stub if you need to find your employee number)
NOTE: If you use AESOP, your Employee Number is without the zeros added.
- Password: The first time you log in it will be the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number. You will be forced to change it upon logging in. Please change it to something you will remember.
Jason Smith, Employee #159, with SSN 999-88-1234 will have:
User Name: 159 (Note that you leave out leading zeros.)
Employees that lock themselves out of Employee Self Service need to contact Payroll @ 972-882-7322 for assistance.
- New Teacher Camp
- T-TESS Training and Certification
- State of Texas Professional Learning Requirements
- How to Register for MISD Professional Learning (ERO System)
- New Teacher Academy
- Need to Know in 90 Videos
If you are a new teacher, or a teacher new to the T-TESS appraisal system, you must complete an online T-TESS orientation to familiarize yourself with the state-approved appraisal system adopted by our district.
This required course includes 6 modules. The course will take approximately 4 hours to complete, and an estimate of the time required for each module is indicated on the website. Each module will ask you to answer a question and submit a response. It is important that you use the same email address to complete all six of the modules.
After we have received your responses to all six modules, we will email you a certificate of completion within two weeks. Please share this certificate with your campus appraiser and keep a copy for your records.
You can access the course at the following URL: https://sites.google.com/mesquiteisd.org/misdttess/home
In addition, you will need a handout to complete the course activities. This handout is available here. If you have questions, please contact Sharon Atkins at SAtkins@mesquiteisd.org or (972) 882-7393.
According the Texas Education Agency, Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is required for all Texas educators holding a standard certificate. If you received a standard certificate in Texas after September 1, 1999, you must renew it every five years. You must earn a minimum number of CPE hours through an approved CPE provider to renew your certificate. Professional learning hours provided or required by MISD may be used towards this state expectation.
Continuing professional education (CPE) is required to renew a standard certificate. Your certificate will be set to inactive status if you do not renew by the expiration date. CPE hours are required, even if your certificate has already been set to inactive status. Certificates cannot be renewed by completing examinations.
- Classroom teachers must complete 150 CPE hours.
- No more than 150 CPE hours are required, even if you hold multiple classroom certificate areas.
- If you hold an administrative and/or student services certificate you must complete 200 CPE hours.
- No more than 200 CPE hours are required, even if you hold multiple certificates, such as: classroom, administrative and student services certificates.
You must maintain written documentation of all CPE required activities. Acceptable documentation may be certificates of completion or a professional development transcript. The documentation does not have to be submitted at the time of certificate renewal; however, it must be submitted to TEA in case of a certificate audit.
For more information, go to: https://tea.texas.gov/Texas_Educators/Certification/Certification_Renewals/
Mesquite ISD provides high quality professional learning in many ways. Occasionally you will be required to attend staff development either on your campus or at another location in the district during your contract hours. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to choose workshops from our Professional Learning Catalog that you would like to attend. These workshops will be held after contract hours either face-to-face or online.
To assist you in building your professional knowledge and skills, the Professional Learning department publishes an online catalog of workshops to be offered each semester. The catalog contains a variety of classes for all instructional interests and needs. Employees will receive an email each semester containing a link to the upcoming catalog of classes. You can always find the current catalog posted on our Professional Learning website here.
How to Register (ERO System)
Employees register for professional learning opportunities using Electronic Registrar Online, or ERO, which is found on the MISD Employee Portal. It is also linked on the Professional Learning page of the MISD website. Your username is your employee ID number; your password is the last 4 digits of your Social Security number.
After you have successfully completed the classes you registered for in ERO, you'll be paid $7.50 per hour of class (will be found on January or June paycheck). In MISD, we refer to this as Pay for Knowledge, or PFK. Classes are a minimum of three hours.
Tips for Success
- While the ERO system contains basic course information, you should always read the full course description in the published catalog to make sure the course is appropriate for your needs.
- If you learn that you cannot attend a course, use the ERO system to un-enroll from a scheduled class as soon as you learn that you won't be in attendance. This allows someone else to enroll in your place and keeps you from having a no-show designation on your transcript.
- Credit for classes is awarded for completion of all course activities and full attendance; partial credit is not given.
- Your transcript of completed classes can be found in ERO. Once you log in, look for a tab at the top of the page that says 'My Transcript.'
Teachers who are new to the profession will attend on-going support and learning from fellow teachers across our district. Time is given to connect, de-brief, and reflect with other first and second year teachers who are experiencing the same successes and challenges. Classroom environment, classroom management, building relationships, effective instructional strategies, engagement and motivation, and teacher self-care are just a few of the topics that are covered over the course of our 2-year New Teacher Academy.
You will receive more information about the details and requirements of our district New Teacher Academy during the week of New Teacher Camp.
We have created a video series specifically for our first year teachers. The series is called “Need to Know in 90.”
- ~ Each video is approximately 90 seconds long'
~ Content centered around the needs of a first year teacher (Classroom management, Building positive relationships with families and students, Powerful instructional strategies, Technology resources, Organizational tips, etc.)
~ Teachers and staff from across our district are featured in each of the videos.
The video series can be found at the following link: https://tinyurl.com/needtoknowin90
Unique to Mesquite ISD, the ETIP program is the first of its kind created to recruit, retain, differentiate and reward the most talented and dedicated classroom teachers. Faced with a nationwide teacher shortage, MISD developed the ETIP program to develop teachers’ expertise through targeted, specified professional development that adds value to the district. Through ETIP, these master teachers can substantially improve their financial future while staying in the classroom. (In the past, an educator's only option to achieve a significant income increase was to move out of the classroom into administration.)
The ETIP program allows a classroom teacher to increase his/her earning potential by up to $12,000 annually if all three tiers are completed.
- TIER I: $5,000 salary increase upon completion of an 18-hour (college hours) program and demonstrated growth.
- TIER II: Additional $2,000 salary increase with a master's degree and value added at the campus level
- TIER III: Additional $5,000 salary increase with a doctorate degree and value added at the district level.
For more details about the ETIP program, click here. Teachers are eligible to apply for the ETIP program after two years of employment with Mesquite ISD.
- Health Insurance Enrollment for New Hires (Medical, Life, Dental, Vision, etc.)
- Navigating Your 2019-20 Benefits
- Leave Days
- Personal Computer Buy Program
- Employee Assistance Program (Counseling Services)
- Mesquite Employee Health Center (MEHC)
- Each new hire must log onto the benefits/insurance enrollment system!
- All employees must ENROLL in or DECLINE the Mesquite ISD health insurance.
You must complete your benefits/insurance enrollment within 31 days of your hire date. If you fail to do so, you will have no coverage. If you do not enroll within your 31-day election period, the next available enrollment will be the Annual Enrollment period (unless you have a life changing event during the plan year – i.e. birth, marriage, divorce; and complete paperwork within 31 days – see MISD Employee Benefits Booklet for more info).
If your Start Date is in or after August:
Benefits enrollment for new hires is online at myTBX360. You cannot begin online enrollment until your information is entered in the MISD payroll system. If you are unable to log into the enrollment system a week after your hire date (the first day you begin working), please contact the Benefits Department for assistance. You do not want to miss your 31 day window to enroll in insurance. If you enroll for coverage within 31 days, insurance is effective the first of the month following your actively-at-work date. NOTE: If you enroll in insurance after a payroll cycle has occurred, we will have to double your insurance premium(s) on your next paycheck. It is in your best interest to enroll in insurance as soon as possible so you can have access to your insurance, as it is effective on the 1st day of the month following your hire date.
The MISD Employee Benefits Booklet and TRS ActiveCare Enrollment Guide are on the Mesquite ISD website. The Employee Benefits Booklet contains MISD plan benefit summaries and premiums for all insurance products that the district offers. The TRS Enrollment Guide provides an overview of TRS-ActiveCare health plan benefits. Please note that the premiums listed in the TRS Guide do not reflect the employer contribution for the health insurance; however, the MISD Employee Benefits Booklet does.
New Hire Packet (online enrollment instructions)
For more information, contact the Benefits Office at 972-882-7359.
Click here to access TRS ActiveCare Aetna's website
State Personal Days (5 days that accumulate):
Personal Leave State law entitles all employees to five days of paid personal leave per year. Personal leave is available for use at the beginning of the year. A day of personal leave is equivalent to the number of hours per day in an employee’s usual assignment, whether full-time or part-time. State personal leave accumulates without limit, is transferable to other Texas school districts, and generally transfers to education service centers. Personal leave may be used for two general purposes: non-discretionary and discretionary.
Non-discretionary: Leave taken for personal or family illness, family emergency, a death in the family, or active military service is considered non-discretionary leave. Reasons for this type of leave allow very little, if any, advance planning. Non-discretionary may be used in the same manner as state sick leave.
Discretionary: Leave taken at an employee’s discretion that can be scheduled in advance is considered discretionary leave. An employee wishing to take discretionary personal leave must submit a written request to his or her principal or supervisor at least five days in advance of the anticipated absence. Requests for discretionary leave shall be considered in the order in which they are received. The effect of the employee’s absence on the educational program or department operations, as well as the availability of substitutes, will be considered by the principal or supervisor. Discretionary use of leave shall not be allowed on the first or last instructional day, the day before a school holiday, the day after a school holiday, days scheduled for end-of-semester or end-of-year examinations, days scheduled for state-mandated assessments, or professional or staff development days (these days are called Blackout Days). Any discretionary use of leave on these days shall result in deduction from the employee’s pay commensurate with the amount of leave taken. Discretionary use of state personal leave shall not exceed five consecutive workdays.
Click here to view the 2019-20 MISD Blackout Calendar for teachers.
Local Personal Days (3 days that do not accumulate):
Professional employees shall earn three paid local personal leave days per school year. Local personal days shall be noncumulative. These days shall be used according to the terms and conditions of state personal leave. If not used, they are paid out at sub rate of $75.00.
After all available state and local leave days have been exhausted, a full-time employee shall be granted in a school year a number of days of tenure leave based on years of service, in accordance with administrative regulations. The use of tenure leave need not be in consecutive workdays. Tenure leave may be requested for the employee’s personal illness or injury (including pregnancy related), or for absences related to the illness or injury of the employee’s immediate family if the employee provides medical certification of the need for leave to care for the family member. With appropriate documentation, an employee may also use tenure leave within the first year after a child’s birth, adoption, or foster placement. The average daily rate of a substitute (or a proportionate amount established by personnel classification) shall be deducted for each day of tenure leave taken, whether or not a substitute is employed. Must be requested by the employee using an Eduphoria leave request.
Sick Leave Bank (or Pool)-OPTIONAL:
The Mesquite Education Association (MEA) maintains and governs a sick leave bank that employees may join through contribution of local personal leave. Leave contributed to the bank shall be solely for the use of participating employees. A member may request leave from the bank if the employee experiences a catastrophic illness or injury and has exhausted all paid leave. An employee is required to contribute a local personal day in order to join the sick leave bank.
Each fall, employees have the opportunity purchase a PC or Mac computer from the district’s vendors at the district cost. Payment may be made monthly over a two-year period through payroll deduction. No interest is charged. All employees are eligible for this benefit after one year of employment.
All employees will receive an email in October that includes a link to the pricing and ordering information.
Mesquite ISD offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provided through Aetna Resources for Living (formerly MHNet).
Services are available at no cost to all Mesquite ISD employees and their dependents. Enrollment in the Mesquite ISD health insurance program is not required to use the EAP.
All services are confidential and available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Information shared with EAP professionals is protected under confidentiality laws and cannot be shared with your employer without your consent.
Face-to-face counseling as well as online services and information are available.
The EAP can help with the following types of issues:
- marital and family
- alcohol and drug problems
- aging parents and elder care
- anxiety and depression
- legal and financial problems
- stress management
- and more
To contact the EAP by phone, call 1(800) 492-4357.
To access online services, go to www.mylifevalues.com.
- Username is Mesquite ISD
- Password is 8004924357
For more information, contact the Benefits Office at 972-882-7359.
This unique partnership between the City of Mesquite and Mesquite ISD is an innovative approach to controlling the cost of health care. It is a tremendous benefit and convenience to employees and dependents who participate in the respective health plans. Patients must carry MISD insurance to participate. MEHC services are not available to retirees/dependents on TRS Care or Scott & White HMO plan participants.
The Mesquite Employee Health Center offers quality medical health care to all MISD health plan participants (covered employees and covered dependents enrolled in the MISD health plan) for acute illnesses and chronic disease processes at a very affordable price. Insurance card and photo ID must be presented at time of service.
Physicals, screenings and referrals are also offered to participants, and orders for lab work received from an outside provider can be performed at the MEHC, as long as the request is on a Quest Diagnostics requisition.
MEHC is open year round, including winter, spring and summer breaks. The office is closed on all major holidays. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The MEHC pharmacy will fill prescriptions from any doctor from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Your prescription may be called in, faxed or dropped off anytime. Certain over-the-counter medications are also available at a great savings to all employees of the district through the MEHC pharmacy.
The Clinic and Pharmacy are located at 300 W. Kearney in Mesquite, TX 75149.
- District Instructional Technology Website
- What's in my classroom?
- Technology Coaches
- Help with Technology (Help Desk Information)
- MISD Social Media
- MISD Acceptable Use Policy
All classrooms have a desktop computer, printer, and document camera for teacher use and either a ceiling-mounted projector or a large-screen TV.
- All MISD campuses have a computer lab with desktop computers for student use, and many campuses have purchased additional mobile devices for shared use.
- If any of the above classroom devices are not functioning properly, contact the MISD Help Desk by calling #7777 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
MESQUITE ISD students ARE NOT allowed to take home District technology devices.
- Pre-K and Kindergarten classes have five iPads each.
- Classrooms in first through fifth grades have ten Chrome books.
- Sixth grade core subjects have class sets of Chrome books.
- Seventh grade ELA classes have class sets of Chrome books, while other core classes will receive class sets in 2019-20.
- Each eighth grade core subject classroom except Math has a class set of Chrome books. Each Math class has a set of iPads.
- Each English/Language Arts, Social Studies, Languages other than English, and Science classroom has a class set of Chrome books.
- High school Math classes have touch-screen Chrome books.
Each of Mesquite ISD's five feeder school patterns has a team of Instructional Technology Coaches, who are assigned to help teachers and students implement technology into learning. Each campus within the feeder pattern has a specific Instructional Technology Coach assigned from within that team.
- Mesquite High School Feeder Group: Tai Preuninger, Doug Goossen, Tamara Wilson
- North Mesquite Feeder Group: Selena Knight, Katie Warnick, Jena Montgomery, Stephanie Richard
- West Mesquite Feeder Group: Emilee Simmons, Denise Dalrymple, Jessica Stubbs
- Poteet Feeder Group: Jack Williams, Adrienne Stroud, LeAnn Hooper
- John Horn High School Feeder Group: Tammy Rushing, Michala Price, Chris Solis, Kristy Petty
For malfunctioning technology devices or access issues related to your email, MISD's network, or the Internet, contact the Help Desk by emailing email@example.com or by calling extension 7777. Be sure to include the following information:
- Employee ID number
- Location (campus or building)
- Room or office
- Phone extension
- Device Asset Tag (Property of MISD Number)
- Detailed incident description
- Administration Building
- Student Support Center
- Professional Development Center
- Technology Excellence Center
- Teacher Center
- Elementary Campuses
- Middle School Campuses
- High School Campuses
3819 Towne Crossing Blvd.
Mesquite, TX 75150
- Administrative Services
- Business Office
- Business Services
- Community Education
- Construction Services
- Curriculum & Instruction
- Deputy Superintendent
- Leadership Development
- Personnel Services
- Strategic Initiatives & Community Engagement
MISD's Teacher Center, located in the Professional Development Center (PDC) at 2600 Motley Drive, is the place to go when you need to make die cuts, laminate large items, create posters, etc., for your classroom. There is a nominal charge for supplies.
(Inside Professional Development Center)
M - F, 7:30-9:30 a.m.
M-Th, 2:00-7:00 p.m.
F, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Achziger Elementary School | achzigerelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 3300 Ridge Ranch Road, Mesquite, TX 75181 | Phone 972-290-4180 | Fax 972-290-4190
Austin Elementary School | austinelementary.mesquiteisd.org 3020 Poteet Drive, Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-7220 | Fax 972-882-7225
Beasley Elementary School | beasleyelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 919 Green Canyon | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5160 | Fax 972-882-5161
Black Elementary School | blackelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 328 E. Newsom | Mesquite | TX 75149 | Phone 972-882-7240 | Fax 972-882-7250
Cannaday Elementary School| cannadayelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 2701 Chisolm Trail | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5060 | Fax 972-882-5070
Florence Elementary School | florenceelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 4600 Ashwood Drive | Mesquite | TX 75150 | Phone 972-290-4080 | Fax 972-290-4088
Floyd Elementary School | floydelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 3025 Hickory Tree | Balch Springs | TX 75180 | Phone 972-882-7100 | Fax 972-882-7110
Galloway Elementary School | gallowayelementary.mesquiteisd.org| 200 Clary Drive | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-5101 | Fax 972-882-5110
Gentry Elementary School | gentryelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 1901 Twin Oaks Dr. | Mesquite | TX | 75181 | Phone 972-290-4140 | Fax 972-290-4150
Gray Elementary School | grayelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 3500 Pioneer Road | Balch Springs | TX | 75180 | Phone 972-882-7280 | Fax 972-882-7288
Hanby Elementary School | hanbyelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 480 Gross Road | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-5040 | Fax 972-882-5050
Henrie Elementary School | henrieelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 253 West Lawson Road | Dallas | TX |75253 | Phone 972-290-4200 | Fax 972-290-4210
Hodges Elementary School | hodgeselementary.mesquiteisd.org | 14401 Spring Oaks Drive | Balch Springs | TX | 75180 | Phone 972-290-4040 | Fax 972-290-4046
Kimball Elementary School | kimballelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 4010 Coryell Way | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-290-4120 | Fax 972-290-4130
Lawrence Elementary School | lawrenceelementary.mesquiteisd.org| 3811 Richman | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-7000 | Fax 972-882-7010
Mackey Elementary School | mackeyelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 14900 North Spring Ridge | Balch Springs | TX | 75180 | Phone 972-290-4160 | Fax 972-290-4179
McKenzie Elementary School| mckenzieelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 3535 Stephens Green | Mesquite | TX 75150 | Phone 972-882-5140 | Fax 972-882-5151
McWhorter Elementary School| mcwhorterelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 1700 Hickory Tree | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7020 | Fax 972-882-7030
Moss Elementary School | mosselementary.mesquiteisd.org | 1208 New Market | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7130 | Fax 972-882-7146
Motley Elementary School | motleyelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 3719 Moon Drive | Mesquite| TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5080 | Fax 972-882-5090
Pirrung Elementary School | pirrungelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 1500 Creek Valley | Mesquite | TX | 75181 | Phone 972-882-7170 | Fax 972-882-7189
Porter Elementary School | porterelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 517 Via Avenida | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-290-4000 | Fax 972-290-4004
Price Elementary School | priceelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 630 Stroud Lane | Garland | TX | 75043 | Phone 972-290-4100 | Fax 972-290-4110
Range Elementary School | rangeelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 4060 Emerald Drive | Mesquite | TX 75150 | Phone 972-882-5180 | Fax 972-882-5190
Rugel Elementary School | rugelelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 2701 Sybil | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7260 | Fax 972-882-7270
Rutherford Elementary School| rutherfordelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 1100 Rutherford Drive | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-290-4060 | Fax 972-290-4068
Seabourn Elementary School| seabournelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 2249 Picadilly Blvd. | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7040 | Fax 972-882-7050
Shands Elementary School | shandselementary.mesquiteisd.org|4836 Shands Drive | Mesquite | TX 75150 | Phone 972-290-4020 | Fax 972-290-4030
Shaw Elementary School | shawelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 707 Purple Sage | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7060 | Fax 972-882-7070
Smith Elementary School | smithelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 2300 Mesquite Valley Rd. | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7080 | Fax 972-882-7090
Thompson Elementary School| thompsonelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 2525 Helen Lane | Mesquite | TX | 75181 | Phone 972-882-7190 | Fax 972-882-7197
Tisinger Elementary School | tisingerelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 1701 Hillcrest | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-5120 | Fax 972-882-5130
Tosch Elementary School | toschelementary.mesquiteisd.org | 2424 Larchmont | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5000 | Fax 972-882-5010
New Middle School | newmiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 3700 South Betline | Mesquite | TX | 75181 | Phone 972-882-5600 | Fax 972-882-5620
Agnew Middle School | agnewmiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 729 Wilkinson | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-5750 | Fax 972-882-5760
Berry Middle School | berrymiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 2675 Bear Drive | Mesquite | TX 75181 | Phone 972-882-5850 | Fax 972-882-5888
Frasier Middle School | frasiermiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 2250 W. Scyene Road | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-290-4300
Kimbrough Middle School | kimbroughmiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org| 3900 North Galloway | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5900 | Fax 972-882-5942
McDonald Middle School | mcdonaldmiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 2930 Town East | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5700 | Fax 972-882-5710
Terry Middle School | terrymiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 2351 Edwards Church | Mesquite | TX | 75181 | Phone 972-882-5650 | Fax 972-882-5660
Vanston Middle School | vanstonmiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 3230 Karla | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-5801 | Fax 972-882-5848
Wilkinson Middle School | wilkinsonmiddleschool.mesquiteisd.org | 2100 Crest Park | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-5950 | Fax 972-882-5988
Horn High School | hornhighschool.mesquiteisd.org | 3300 E. Cartwright | Mesquite | TX | 75181 | Phone 972-882-5200 | Fax 972-882-5291
Mesquite High School | mesquitehighschool.mesquiteisd.org | 300 East Davis | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7800 | Fax 972-882-7876
North Mesquite High School | northmesquitehighschool.mesquiteisd.org | 18201 LBJ Freeway | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-7900 | 972-882-7908
Poteet High School | poteethighschool.mesquiteisd.org | 3300 Poteet Drive | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-5300 | Fax 972-882-5355
West Mesquite High School | westmesquitehighschool.mesquiteisd.org | 2500 Memorial Parkway | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7600 | Fax 972-882-7611
Mesquite Academy | mesquiteacademy.mesquiteisd.org | 2704 Motley Drive | Mesquite | TX | 75150 | Phone 972-882-7570 | Fax 972-882-7579
Learning Center | 230 Pioneer Road | Mesquite | TX | 75149 | Phone 972-882-7150