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Melillo Middle School

Dr. Dixie Melillo Middle School is a 5th and 6th grade campus that serves the students from the following elementary schools: All of Frazier Elementary school and a portion of Moore, Southbelt, and Stuchbery Elementary schools. Melillo MS, home of the Mustangs, first opened its doors in August of 2008.

Melillo MS is proud of our academic achievements in regard to state accountability. We hope to continue to improve each year. To view Melillo's State and Federal report cards for previous academic school years, please view the link under Quick Links on the right side of this page.

Our school office hours are from 8:00am - 4:30pm. Students have classes from 8:30am - 4:00pm.

View all school flyers using the Peach Jar link on the right.  Also, scroll down to view some announcements.  We look forward to another successful school year at Melillo MS.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 713-740-5260 or via email.

"Hearts That Care. Hands That Serve. Minds That Think."

 Are you preparing for the 2024-2025 school year

Enrollment Information 

Here is some helpful information:

1.  2024-2025 Melillo School Supply List
** All students regardless of grade level have the same list. **

2.  2023-2024 Pasadena ISD Dress Code and Code of Conduct

3.  Melillo Dress Code Examples

4.  2023-2024 PISD District Calendar with A/B Day Schedule

5. Bus Routes - This link will take you to the district route finder.  Just enter your address to find out the nearest bus stop, route number, and pickup/dropoff times.

Student-Parent-Teacher Compact (updated 09/18/2020)



Jennifer Sauceda
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Kelly Jurek
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Assistant Principal

Matthew Sanchez
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Assistant Principal

Jacqueline Carmona
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Lilliana Monita
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Our Mission Statement

Dr. Dixie Melillo Middle School will be a safe, comfortable, and inviting environment where the students, faculty, and parents work together to create an exemplary learning community which, through the characteristics of respect and responsibility, develops life-long
learners with hearts that care, hands that serve, and minds that think.