Through teamwork in a caring environment, Shepton High School will produce responsible graduates who are able to think critically and function successfully with the integrity and pride in our rapidly changing and highly competitive world.
Shepton High School has a long history of academic excellence in the Plano community. Home to approximately 1600 9th and 10th graders, Shepton offers a full range of courses in all academic areas including honors and Advanced Placement. The Shepton Stallions compete in a variety of athletic and academic competitions and offer over 50 clubs to join.
|Plano ISD is proud to be one of only 477 school districts across the nation to receive the AP Honor Roll distinction from the College Board. Go to the College Board website to find out more.|
| Shepton Day of Service
All members of the Shepton community (students, parents, teachers, and staff) are invited to participate in a day of fun as we give back to our community. On Saturday May 9, we will be volunteering at the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas. There will be 2 shifts: one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Busses will be provided, or you are welcome to drive yourselves. As teachers or staff, you will need to sign up via Google Form by April 24 – the NTFB can only accommodate around 150 volunteers per shift, so I recommend signing up early to secure your spot. Spouses are welcome as long as they fill out a volunteer form online, and no children under the age of 14 are allowed to volunteer at the NTFB.
Day of Service Permission Form
All volunteers will need to sign up at http://tinyurl.com/q9f3x5s by April 24.
1. Cares about the school and loves teaching their subject.
Once you can think of a teacher who fits all of those five requirements,
Emergency Communication Procedures
The following links provided important information regarding Plano ISD's emergency communications procedures should an unexpected event, such as sudden severe weather, occur during the school day.