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2016 Bond Information Meetings to be Hosted by Superintendent at Six High Schools this Spring
Plano ISD community members are invited to attend any of six information meetings to be hosted this spring about the district’s May 7 bond election proposal. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Binggeli will present information and answer questions. Meetings will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the district’s high schools on the following dates:
About the May 7 Bond Election
On May 7, Collin County voters residing within the Plano ISD attendance zone will be asked to consider a single proposition to provide $481 million toward eight major project areas with no increase to the tax rate. If approved, all Plano ISD campuses will be impacted by district-wide security updates, renovations and facility upgrades, as well as technology improvements. Visit www.pisd.edu/2016bond for more information.
The On Line Numbering System for ELEMENTARY transfer requests will be available beginning April 11th at 6:30 am. Parents must log in beginning April 11th to receive a number to hold a place in line for them on the April 18th transfer day.
Plano ISD has implemented InfoCenter, allowing you to better control how you receive communications from your child’s school and Plano ISD. The following is a guide to help you get started.
What is InfoCenter?: InfoCenter provides access to all the messages and information sent by your child’s campus and Plano ISD. Accessible from any internet-enabled device, InfoCenter visually displays and organizes alerts, notifications, and attachments for easy review and reference. InfoCenter also allows you to customize how you receive communications from PISD (campus and district).
The following link has a step-by-step guide to sign up:
How to sign-up for InfoCenter
The Assistance Center of Collin County provides local programs and services to assist families in our community. The link to the Directory of Human Services is maintained by the Assistance Center of Collin County.
Directory of Human Services in Collin County, TX (maintained by the Assistance Center of Collin County)
Parents and students,
Important information and resources regarding influenza can be found on the Plano ISD website at: http://www.pisd.edu/parents/health/index.shtml. The district website has been updated to include the Texas Department of State Health Services suggested links and information, as well as basic reminders. Flu season runs thru mid- May.
Did you know approximately 25,00 people overdosed and died from prescription drugs in 2014? You can help keep unused and expired prescriptions from being abused. The DEA holds a drug “take back” day where you simply bring any unused or expired medications to a site and drop it off. It is FREE and it is EASY to do! On April 30, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, you can stop by any collection site nearest you and drop off your medications. There will be sites at PSHS, PESH, PWSH and Clark schools this year. I have included the website if you need a site closer to home.
Please consider cleaning out your medicine cabinets and help us fight the battle of prescription drug abuse. Together, we can make a difference!Check out the article from the Plano Police Department. https://nextdoor.com/agency-post/tx/plano/plano-police-department/national-drug-take-back-2016-20761427/
This following student produced video presentation of the detrimental effects of substance abuse illustrates the real consequences and impacts on a student's career at Plano West Senior High School. Make good decisions about your actions, work hard, play hard and help others.
Click on the link below to access videos on pisdtv including:
Each day 160,000 students do not go to school because they are bullied, teased and harassed.
"I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go." (Rachel Scott, 17)
Produced by the Theatre Productions students at Plano West Senior High School, “Save a Life” utilizes student performances to deliver a message regarding bullying and suicide prevention. To enhance the impact, the performers included an interactive conclusion to the performance which enabled the audience to participate and established a very personal dimension. This message was delivered to both adult and student audiences.
Optional student accident insurance is available through Markel Insurance Company. Parents will enroll online utilizing Markel’s dedicated secure enrollment website: http://markel.sevencorners.com.
On this website, parents are able to: view all of the coverage and premium options; Preview a Frequently Asked Questions section; and purchase the insurance using a credit/debit card and receive an instant and printable confirmation of the purchase. Parents can also contact Markel at 1-877-444-5014 for details on obtaining a form for enrollment.
“The mission of Plano West Senior High School is to prepare students to strive
for excellence and contribute with compassion and integrity to a diverse society.”
...education is a dynamic, not a static process which prepares students to be life-long learners....success in education is based on a cooperative effort among students, staff, parents, and community.
...all students can achieve success.
...students need critical thinking skills to be successful in today’s changing global environment.
...knowledge provides an awareness of our multi-cultural society and contributes to an appreciation of human worth and dignity.
...the strength of the instructional program provides each student with an opportunity to excel academically as well as intellectually.
...strong morals, values, and character provide the foundation for productive citizens.
...that a safe, caring, and nurturing environment is essential to the learning process.
...excellence is the standard in instruction and leadership.
...everyone has an obligation to contribute to the school
Questions about the website?
Questions about PWSH?
The Plano ISD’s Family Education and Guidance Services webpage has helpful information and online classes for parenting resources. On-line classes cover bullying and harassment, cyber bullying, as well as other parenting concerns.
The following link will open information regarding parking at PWSH:
In the event of an emergency, the following documents outline the communication procedures.
Complementing our long-established safety and security measures, Plano ISD has adopted the Standard Response Protocol (SRP).
Food Service Information
Substance Abuse Information
For information about substance abuse prevention please visit:
Mondays and Wednesdays
4:20 – 4:55 p.m.
For students who normally ride the bus home from school!
Must see the counseling department, to sign up and get a bus pass.
Senior End of the Year Information
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This page last updated April 29, 2016.