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McKinney ISD parents and students have until Oct. 19 to submit a new learning preference for the next nine weeks of school. During the ! rst nine weeks, more than half of the student population chose in-person learning before the start of the 2020-21 school year. LEARNING C H O I C E S

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School started back in person at McKinney ISD Sept. 3 after three weeks of virtual learning. During that time, McKinney ISD teachers were surrounded only by empty chairs and desks. This marked the ! rst time students had been in schools since March. “The ! rst week and a half of virtual learning has gotten progressively better each day,” Super- intendent Rick McDaniel said in an email. “It has CONTINUED ON 20

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The city of McKinney is teaming with Tupps Brewery on a multimil- lion-dollar project to jump-start a revi- talization of the area east of Highway 5 and potentially turn it into a second downtown. As part of the deal, Tupps will reno- vate and move into the city’s historic CONTINUED ON 28 Tupps relocation to usher indevelopment BY MIRANDA JAIMES

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FROMBARB: Three years ago, I took a leap of faith, changed my career and accepted the position of general manager at Community Impact Newspaper ’s McKinney edition. I immediately connected with Community Impact’s mission, and it continues to drive me every day. Now, I am taking another leap and will lead and grow the Lewisville-Highland Village- Flower Mound edition. I believe every community deserves the same resource in their mailbox, and I will be working with a new team to help make it happen. Beginning in September, Vicki Chen will lead the McKinney edition. There is no one more quali ! ed to continue our work here, and I am so excited to see her help promote our news coverage in this busy city. I know you will enjoy getting to know her better, and I am so thankful for the support the McKinney community has shown me and our team. Barb Delk, GENERALMANAGER

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FROMVICKI: I have learned so much from Barb in the three years we’ve shared at this company, and I am honored to step into her shoes on the McKinney team. This city has always been one of my favorite places to dine, shop and explore. Now, I’m looking forward to digging in on the issues and stories that matter most to McKinney. You can ! nd me around town or at vchen@communityimpact.com. Vicki Chen, GENERALMANAGER

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Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding

7 Jeremiah’s Italian Ice opened July 27 at 7820 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 100, McKinney. The business is owned and operated by resident Megan Bourke, who plans to open two more locations in Col- lin County over the next few years. Jer- emiah’s o ! ers over 40 # avors of Italian ice cream, soft-serve ice cream and The Gelati, which is a combination of both. 214-842-8843. www.jeremiahsice.com COMING SOON 8 The Stix Icehouse, a beer garden and grill inspired by Austin restaurants, plans to open next spring in McKinney. The restaurant will open at 301 Eldorado Park- way, McKinney, and will include 30-plus beers on tap, large patios, comfort food and live music all on its 14 acres. A website and phone number are coming soon. 9 Fuddrucker’s in McKinney has perma- nently closed, and in its place, Storming Crab , a new Cajun restaurant, will open. Storming Crab is expected to open in late winter or early spring next year at 2045 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 700, McKin- ney. The restaurant franchise serves crab legs, claws, shrimp, oysters and more. www.stormingcrabs.com 10 A new single-family residential project in McKinney called Meridian at Southgate is under construction. The upcoming community will include access to trails and parks, a dog park, a pool complex, an outdoor kitchen, lounge areas and a playground. The communi- ty is located on about 47 acres at 3100 Taunton Way, McKinney. Lots will range from 40 feet wide to 50 feet wide, and homes will start in the mid-$300,000s, according to the website. 224-225-7819. www.ashtonwoods.com/dallas/ meridian-southgate 11 VanTrust Real Estate LLC, a commer- cial real estate development company, has begun work on a second Class A specu- lative o $ ce building in McKinney called McKinney Corporate Center II . The o $ ce building will be four stories and 115,000 square feet and will be adjacent to the existing McKinney Corporate Center I, according to a VanTrust news release. The o $ ce building will o ! er golf course views, a lounge and a patio for tenants. A com- pletion date for the project has not been set. www.vantrustrealestate.com E . V I R GIN I A S T .

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RELOCATIONS 12 The Canine Cookie Co. has moved to share a space with Kitchenwares on the Square, which also recently relocated. The two businesses are now at 213 E. Louisiana St., McKinney. Stephanie Farrar with The Canine Cookie Co. said that she is able to safely have more customers in the store now due to the larger space and that she can also bring back some items that the shop was previously unable to carry due to a lack of space. 214-769-4886. www.thecaninecookiecompany.com EXPANSIONS 13 EnginSoft USA , a company that provides computer-aided engineering solutions, is expanding its headquar- ters in McKinney. Over the next three years, the expansion will create up to 20 new software engineering jobs with an average salary of $90,000. EnginSoft’s headquarters is located at 6675 Mediter- ranean Drive, Ste. 203, McKinney, within the Adriatica Village development. 469- 912-0504. www.enginsoftusa.com 14 CourMed has announced plans to expand its headquarters in McKinney. The company will create 22 new technol- ogy jobs over the next three years. The business provides delivery services from health care providers to patients’ homes or o $ ces. CourMed will expand its head- quarters at Hub 121 in one of the newest locations for Serendipity Labs, which is currently under construction. The address is 6800 Weiskopf Ave., Ste. 150, McKinney. 214-903-0004. www.courmed.com/stayhome

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NOWOPEN 1 Red Zeppelin Records opened July 24 at 206 E. Louisiana St., Ste. A, McKin- ney. The business is woman-owned and -operated and o ! ers vinyl records of all genres, both old and new, in a punk-rock environment. 469-500-7277. www.facebook.com/redzeppelinrecords 2 Mr. Boba Tea Cafe opened in late August at 7502 W. Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 200, McKinney. The cafe specializes in bubble teas with tapioca balls called boba. It also serves smoothies and hot and cold co ! ees. 469-288-3356 3 Vitality Bowls opened Aug. 14, at 3610 W. University Drive, Ste. 100, McKinney. The fast-casual restaurant specializes in acai bowls, a thick blend of acai berries topped with a variety of “superfoods,” which promote health and wellness with its nutrients. The restau- rant also o ! ers smoothies, juices, paninis

and salads. 469-714-0800. www.vitalitybowls.com 4 Restaurant chain 54th Street Grill opened at 3645 W. University Drive, McK- inney, on Aug. 10. It serves craft burgers, steaks, sandwiches and Southern dishes. 469-293-1954. www.54thstreetgrill.com 5 Sonic opened in late July at 1701 N. Lake Forest Drive, McKinney. The American restaurant serves burgers, hot dogs, chicken, snacks, sides and desserts, including Sonic Blasts. 214-856-3448. www.sonicdrivein.com 6 Club 4 Fitness opened Sept. 2 at 3190 S. Central Expressway, McKinney. The " tness center o ! ers group " tness classes, KidCare programs, personal training, tanning, red-light therapy, a women-only weight room and water massage in a 45,000-square-foot area. 469-447-4949. www.club4 " tness.com/gym/mckinney

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NAME CHANGES 15 The McKinney Community Center has been renamed to the Recreation Center at Towne Lake . In addition to getting a new name, the recreation center will also receive an updated sign to help better identify the center, which is located at 2001 S. Central Expressway, McKinney. The new monument and build- ing signage will be installed later this fall. 972-547-2690. www.mckinneytexas. 16 Eric Varney purchased and assumed ownership of Made of Sugar and Spice on June 5. The party and event venue o ! ers a place for children to celebrate their birthdays while making it easy for parents to plan. Varney has installed Ana Arteaga as the new general manager, and the team will be launching Daddy/Daugh- ter Days and memberships with Made of Sugar and Spice in the coming weeks and months. The business is located at 207 N. Kentucky St., McKinney. 972-693-6141. www.madeofsugarandspice.com REOPENING org/618/community-center NEWOWNERSHIP 17 Cadillac Pizza Pub announced plans to reopen its restaurant at 112 S. Kentucky St., McKinney. The restaurant closed in April following a " re at the back exterior of its building. The restaurant has begun repair work to the restaurant and is work- ing to reopen around the end of Septem- FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Kaizen Development Partners and the McKinney Economic Development Corp. are working to bring the city’s ! rst Class A multitenant o " ce building to District 121, an upcoming mixed-use project. Located near Craig Ranch and at District 121, the location provides walkable access to retail, restaurants, apartments and parks. The o " ce will be eight stories and will feature 200,000 square feet of o " ce space with a parking garage and amenities, including conferencing

space, a tenant lounge, outdoor amenity space, a golf simulator and a ! tness center, according to Kaizen’s website. The ideal tenant is a corporate headquarters or a technology company, according to MEDC o " cials. Construction is slated to begin in early 2021. www.kaizendp.com

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18 El Fenix announced the reopening of its McKinney location Aug. 17. The restaurant, located at 3450 S. Central Expressway, McKinney, is now open for limited dine-in, curbside pickup and takeout options. The restaurant closed in the spring of this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 972-542-7076. www.elfenix.com/ location/el-fenix-mckinney CLOSINGS 19 Stein Mart Inc. announced Aug. 12 that it has voluntarily " led for bank- ruptcy, as it does not have “su $ cient liquidity” to continue operations. A press release from the company said it expects to close “a signi " cant portion, if not all” of its stores and has initiated a closing and liquidation process. One location closing is at 3550 W. University Drive, McKinney. www.steinmart.com

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26 FEEDING FRIENDS AND FAMILIES Alliance of Elite Youth Leadership and Community Lifeline Center are collaborating to distribute food boxes to those in need in McKinney and surrounding areas. Recipients do not need to register but will be asked to answer a short survey. Each family will receive two boxes of food per distribution: one containing produce and dairy and the other containing fruits, vegetables and proteins. 9 a.m.-noon. Free. 300 Throckmorton St., McKinney. www.feedingfriendsandfamilies.org 28 MCKINNEY SPORTS TALK Sports fans can participate in a virtual round-table discussion hosted by McKinney Parks & Recreation and debate over local and national sports. 5-6 p.m. Free. 972-547-7480. https:// mckinneytexas.org/114/parks-recreation OCTOBER 03 BAVARIAN BIERGARTEN The reservation-based dinner features a menu from Harvest Seasonal Kitchen, Oktoberfest biers and live music. Each table holds up to six guests, and the package includes a three-course menu, a beer tasting, and a stein and a T-shirt for

REOCCURRING EVENT Sept. 22, Oct. 13 FamilyGame Show McKinney Parks & Recreation will host a two-hour virtual family game show with an evening of trivia and prizes. Registration is required. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free. 972-547-7480. https://mckinneytexas.org/114/ parks-recreation each person. 7:30 p.m. $450 per table. 972-547-2660. www.mckinneytexas.org/664/oktoberfest 17 THROUGH 18 MCKINNEYWINE &MUSICWALK Known as the McKinney Wine & Musical Festival, this year’s event will be a walk to accommodate social distancing. Various wines will be located within 20 tasting locations at the shops in downtown McKinney. Local musicians will perform throughout downtown. Noon-7 p.m. (Oct. 17), noon-5 p.m. (Oct. 18). $30. Historic Downtown McKinney, 202 S. Chestnut St., McKinney. www.mckinneywinefestival.com

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At this event presented by Davis at the Square, attendees will stroll around the square tasting 20 beers as German folk music plays in downtown McKinney. The Marktplatz will o ! er an array of local vendors and artisans. Social distancing will be maintained throughout the walk, and attendees must be prepared to wear a face mask when not drinking. Noon-7 p.m. (Oct. 3). $30. Historic Downtown McKinney, 202 S. Chestnut St., McKinney. www.eventbrite.com/e/mckinney-oktober-bier-walk-presented-by-davis-at- the-square-tickets-117787185643 (Courtesy Jettpack Creative)

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This drive-in Oktoberfest event will feature live music, keg tapping, a stein holding competition and interactive trivia. 5:30-10:30 p.m. $65 per car. Tupps Brewery, 721 Anderson St., McKinney. 972-547-2660. www.mckinneytexas.org /664/oktoberfest

Children 6-12 years old can do hands-on science experiments. 4-5:30 p.m. Free. Apex Centre, 3003 Alma Road, McKinney. 972-547-2739. https://apmactive communities.com/apexcentre/activity_search

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and Harry McKillop Boulevard/FM 546 have been in progress since April. Inter- section improvements at B Industrial Boulevard and Wattley Way will continue through the end of September. Timeline: April 2020-April 2021 Cost: $1.8 million Funding source: city of McKinney UPCOMING PROJECTS 4 Stacy Road widening Construction is expected to begin in late September along Stacy Road between Custer Road and Ridge Road. Improve- ments include adding a travel lane in each direction within the existing roadway me- dian and installing a new tra ! c signal at Stacy Road and McKinney Ranch Parkway. Timeline: September 2020-September 2021 Cost: $6.2 million Funding source: city of McKinney 5 Major intersection improvements In early November, construction is ex- pected for annual improvements to four major intersections: A McKinney Ranch Parkway and Lake Forest Drive, B Eldorado Parkway and Alma Road, C Hardin Boulevard and White Avenue, and D Virginia Parkway and Stonebridge Drive. Work will add new turn lanes and associated signal improvements. Timeline: November 2020-November 2021 Cost: $2.4 million Funding source: city of McKinney

ONGOING PROJECTS 1 “Light Up Louisiana” downtown improvements In September, remaining construction along the northern half of Louisiana Street will be completed and cafe light- ing will be installed. Major construction will not occur between October and December. Tra ! c is encouraged to access Historic Downtown McKinney via State Highway 5/McDonald Street, according to city o ! cials. Construction of Phase 2, which is between Tennessee Street and SH 5, will begin in January. Timeline: May-September (Phase 1), January-July 2021 (Phase 2) Cost: $4.9 million

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THE COTTON GROVES A shipping-container community called The Cotton Groves, located at the corner of Bumpas and Fitzhugh streets, is gearing up for a 2020 debut. Once complete, the neighborhood will o ! er 35 units for purchase by qualifying low- to moderate-income families. Residents’ monthly payments will cost no more than 30% of their household’s gross monthly income. Habitat for Humanity of Collin County subsidizes the homes to keep costs low. The Cotton Groves project is backed by Habitat and aims to o ! er a way for low- income residents to become homeowners and build equity, CEO Celeste Cox said. Construction on the streets and utilities for The Cotton Groves is wrapping up, and the prototype at the McKinney ReStore

center was recently " nished, Cox said. The prototype will host tours and serve as a model home for the community. The neighborhood will also feature an amenity center. Construction on the " rst townhomes at The Cotton Groves is expected to start in October or November, Cox said. Construction on the amenity center will also begin about that time. The townhomes will feature three-and four-bedroom # oor plans with a covered carport and a large patio or deck. “The need for a ! ordable housing is great in McKinney,” Cox said in an email. “The average home sale price is $342,000 while our average homeowner (family of four)

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HUB 121 A new mixed-use development in McKinney called Hub 121 is slated to start seeing restaurants open in spring 2021. Hub 121, located near the northwest corner of Alma Road and SH 121, is expected to be home to six or seven restaurants, a coworking space, a music pavilion, a brewery, an apartment complex and more. While the coronavirus pandemic has stalled a few plans that were proposed in the space, such as a new hotel, developer Shane Jordan said the buildings facing Alma will be completed and opened in late November or early December. The rest of the project, including the restaurants, should be open in late March or early April of next year, he said. The development will o ! er a 6,500-square-foot pavilion, which will

include a performance stage and a turf " eld. Many of the restaurants at Hub 121 will have rooftop patios overlooking the pavilion, Jordan said. Guests will also be able to visit Cedar Creek Brewery; Black Rock Co ! ee; a wine bar; and The Elwood—a bar that features more than 40 beers, hand-crafted cocktails and small plates. “We were looking at non-chain, di ! erent restaurants that were maybe a little more chef-driven or a little more interesting,” Jordan said at a McKinney Chamber of Commerce event in September 2019. In addition to restaurants, the development will house a 286-unit apartment complex with a dog park, a " tness center, a resort-style in " nity pool and a bocce ball court. Space: 22 acres Timeline: January 2017-2021

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amortization—began earlier this year with the identi ! cation of land uses that are not allowed under the cur- rent zoning, after which landowners are given a certain amount of time to shut down or comply. The plants’ concrete operations are on land that was rezoned by the city in April 2019 for regional o " ce use. However, TXI Operations, the owner of the concrete plants, has said that the city is misusing its authority “with the goal of forcing a lawful business to shut down” so that the city of McKinney “can obtain valuable property for cheap,” according to the legal complaint ! led in U.S. District Court in April. The lawsuit goes on to claim that for over two years, McKinney has illegally targeted the plant, an e # ort that has included saying that the plant was in violation of city code provisions because it did not have

The city of McKinney is looking to close two concrete batch plants despite a federal lawsuit from the owner claiming the city’s methods are illegal. The two plants, CowTown Redi- Mix and Martin Marietta, produce ready-mix concrete and operate on about 10 acres along Hwy. 5. The McKinney Board of Adjust- ments agreed Aug. 29 that one of the plants, Martin Marietta, had until April 29, 2021, either to close or to come into compliance with the zoning ordinance for that area. The board is tentatively scheduled to consider a similar date for the CowTown Redi-Mix plant during its Sept. 30 meeting. The city has been trying to close the plants and said in court documents that it is doing so legally. The process—known as

The owner of two concrete batch plants in McKinney is suing the city over its e ! orts to close the plants. (Miranda Jaimes/Community Impact Newspaper)

an approved site plan. The lawsuit also claims that the city arranged for multiple noise violation citations to be issued “for the purpose of harassing the Plainti # ,” according to the suit. Another claim the suit makes is that the city changed the zoning for the concrete plants without providing proper notice. The attorney for the concrete batch plants did not respond to requests for comment. The city of McKinney ! led a motion to dismiss the case, but the court denied that motion Aug. 11 and said that TXI Operations has stated “plausible claims.”

The city’s response to the com- plaint, ! led Aug. 25, denies the allegations and demands strict proof for the claims from TXI Operations. The city’s response requests all of TXI Operations claims against the city be “dismissed with prejudice.” According to Michael Quint, the executive director of Development Services for McKinney, the lawsuit “has less to do with the ongoing amortization processes and more to do with the city-initiated rezoning request, which made the uses at the properties in question nonconforming.”

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HIGHLIGHTS MCKINNEY ISD The board approved a total tax rate of $1.4747 per $100 valuation for this school year at an Aug. 25 meeting. The rate is a $0.01365 decrease from the 2019-20 rate, which is due to a reduction in the maintenance and operations portion of the tax rate. MCKINNEY Council approved a $641 million budget Sept. 15 with a tax rate of $0.508645 per $100 valuation—a decrease of almost $0.007 from the current tax rate. This marks the ! fth consecutive year the city’s property tax rate has decreased and the ! rst year the city has adopted a no-new- revenue tax rate, which is de ! ned as the rate that would bring in the same amount of revenue that was collected in the previous ! scal year. MCKINNEY The McKinney Urban Transit District has agreed to lower the prices of its taxi voucher program as a substitute for bringing in " at fares for its passengers. The board agreed Aug. 19 to reduce riders’ portions to 15% instead of 25%. MCKINNEY The Wysong Hospital campus—the building that formerly housed Medical City Behavioral Health services—has been rezoned from planned development to commercial. Council approved this change at a Sept. 15 meeting. The Wysong campus and the 11.47 acres surrounding it are under contract to be sold to an owner who plans to redevelop the property. Collin County Commissioners Court Meets Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, 12, and 19 at 1:30 p.m. www.collincountytx.gov McKinney City Council Meets Sept. 22 and Oct. 6 and 20 at 6 p.m. www.mckinneytexas.org McKinney ISD MEETINGSWE COVER

Council OKs use of eminent domain if needed for parking MCKINNEY City Council mem- bers approved a resolution Sept. 1 allowing the city to acquire a patch of property for a parking project by eminent domain, if necessary. The city is still in the process of negotiating with the owner of the property. Council agreed Sept. 1 to grant sta # the ability to begin eminent domain proceedings should that become needed, Mayor George Fuller said. MCKINNEY The North Texas Municipal Water District held a virtual information meeting Sept. 3 about a 6.4-mile project along the Wilson Creek corridor. The project would extend from south of SH 380 and Ridge Road to the Wilson Creek Lift Station near the former McKin- ney land ! ll. The water district’s service area is seeing “signi ! cant growth,” o " cials said, and in order to meet the service demands of the community, a new transfer sewer pipeline needs to be added through McKinney up toward Prosper. The sewer transfer pipeline project will serve the long-term needs of McKinney and help avoid The property the city is looking to obtain is located east of Hwy. 5

additional pipeline that would oth- erwise be needed in this area. It also restores existing city sewer capacity for McKinney, o " cials said during the Sept. 3 presentation. The project is currently in the design phase, but construction is slated to start in spring 2021 and ! nish in fall 2023. The ! rst phase of the project will launch in the spring of next year. The project will move through the former Eldorado Parkway golf course and skirt the edge of the Barranca Way residences. O " cials said they are expecting “minimal impact” to this neighbor- hood and planning on “avoiding

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between East Louisiana Street and Anthony Street, according to meeting documents. The property serves as a home to some trailers and mobile homes. If the use of eminent domain is deemed necessary, the city will assist with the relocation of the tenants there, Fuller said.

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2020 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDITION M C K I N N E Y I S D S N A P S H O T DISTRICT DATA COMPILED BY MIRANDA JAIMES McKinney ISD’s enrollment has remained relatively ! at over the years. The district has fewer English Language Learners and economically disadvantaged students than the state average.

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TEACHER STATS, 2019 ! 20

McKinney ISD $56,850 STARTING TEACHER SALARY Frisco ISD: $54,900 Neighboring district comparison Prosper ISD: $52,500

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS

McKinney ISD: 1,622

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A N I N S I D E LO O K AT M C K I N N E Y I S D D ATA A N D D E M O G R A P H I C S B Y C A M P U S CAMPUS DEEP DIVE COMPILED BY MIRANDA JAIMES The following tables reveal the demographic makeup of students at McKinney ISD, broken down by campus. Adjacent to these tables is data showing the number of students in each learning environment for the start of the 2020-21 school year. NOTE: RANGES ! E.G., <10, <20 " INDICATE COUNTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ! I.E., MASKED " TO COMPLY WITH THE FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT ! FERPA " .

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DEMOGRAPHICS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 2019 ! 20 DATA

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3 Caldwell 4 Eddins

529 62% <10 <10 40 348 N/A

<10 125 274 196

383 13% N/A 23 28 41

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340 84% <10 <10 42 257 N/A

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6 Glen Oaks 7 Johnson

505 9% N/A 21 <30 78 N/A 19 363 367 108

491 28% <10 42 88 92 <10 25 239 260 194 8 Lawson Early Childhood Center* 537 76% <10 31 110 310 N/A <10 76 248 114 9 Malvern 496 78% <10 <10 119 281 <10 22 66 260 173 10 McClure 652 12% <10 37 72 82 <10 38 421 438 167 11 McGowen 612 29% <10 54 106 132 <10 38 280 302 240 12 McNeil 416 47% <10 13 110 94 <1 19 175 210 157 13 Minshew 644 25% <10 52 123 133 N/A <20 314 315 247 14 Press 651 33% <10 24 184 11 N/A <30 275 437 223 15 Slaughter 620 55% <10 27 111 290 N/A <30 170 330 245 16 Valley Creek 530 12% <10 19 51 74 <10 38 344 334 136 17 Vega 460 70% <10 <20 94 222 N/A 22 106 274 163 18 Walker 506 8% <10 35 42 72 <10 27 326 311 131 19 Webb 396 71% <10 <10 29 258 N/A <10 95 227 148 20 Wilmeth 652 8% <10 59 65 69 <10 24 430 420 175 21 Wolford 421 15% <10 16 42 59 <10 25 275 260 132

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42%

27.4%

81%

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WHITE

DEMOGRAPHICS

SOURCE: TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY # COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

MIDDLE SCHOOLS 2019 ! 20 DATA

DEMOGRAPHICS

HIGH SCHOOLS 2019 ! 20 DATA

22 Cockrill 23 Dowell 24 Evans 25 Faubion 26 Johnson

1,263 21% <10 74 193 250 <10 39 700 837 406 1,154 27% <10 48 134 308 <10 35 621 786 323

1,025 29% <20 64 155 259 <10

45 489 586 360

27 McKinney Boyd High

2,835 18% <20 158 300 558 <10 55 1,745 2,007 811 3,038 36% <30 150 490 982 <10 98 1,288 2,095 929 2,140 26% <20 106 358 508 <10 66 1,077 1,478 714

1,297 40% <10 39 171 488 <10 44 547 856 476

28 McKinney High

941 50% <10 18 199 380 <10

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F E E D E R PAT T E R N MCKINNEY ISD

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