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Mission, Texas – Mission CISD announces the packets for self-contained students will be available for pick up on Monday on the Northside of the Central Office building at 1201 Bryce Drive in Mission. At the moment parents are being contacted by their child’s unit teacher or Special Education Department staff member to coordinate a pickup location that is most convenient for them. The district is still working on the details for any related services while adhering to what the law requires. 

These packets are for self-contained students only. All other students in the program that are served through traditional classroom settings will pick up general packets and will be part of the homework help hotline which will assist them with any modifications. The plan for homebound students is to deliver the packets to their homes.

For any questions please call the office at (956) 323-5570 on Monday when the office staff will be available. If transportation assistance is needed, parents can email missioncisd@mcisd.org

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