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Why I Work At Mesquite ISD

Paris Scott, Poteet High School Algebra I 

In spite of serious shortages statewide in secondary math and science teachers, Mesquite ISD continues to attract top candidates. Meet one of them—Paris Scott—and learn why she chooses to call MISD home. We are so fortunate to have Ms. Scott on our team and are always looking for more outstanding teachers!

Jennifer Morris, Mesquite ISD Director of Professional Learning

(Oct. 19, 2020) Learn why Mesquite ISD Director of Professional Learning Jennifer Morris chooses to work at Mesquite ISD and all our district does to support and develop our new teachers.

Leo Bordones, Bilingual Reading and Science, 5th grade

MISD teacher Leo Bordones teaches bilingual fifth-grade reading, and he’s known as an outstanding science instructor too. And speaking of science, please note MISD offers a signing bonus for our secondary math and science teachers: $3,000 with a two-year employment commitment.

Kaylea Long, 1st grade teacher

Each year we welcome dozens of new teachers who are MISD graduates, but there is just one Kaylea Long. A Mesquite High School graduate, Kaylea interned as a college student at Motley Elementary. In her first year as a professional, she’s now a first-grade teacher at Rutherford. Learn why Kaylea chooses to work in Mesquite ISD.

Madelaine Donat, Mesquite High School AP Spanish and Foreign Language Department Head

See why Mesquite High School’s Foreign Language Department head Madelaine Donat chooses to teach in MISD.