Adapt to new learning and career opportunities throughout their lives.
Collaborate with, and contribute to, the global community.
Be disciplined and creative in their thinking.
With the 2014-15 district theme, we want everyone to know that their voices are being heard "Loud and Clear." Following are back-to-school resources to help students, parents and staff get a head start on the new year.
Class Schedule Pick Up dates and times for secondary students are posted here.
Supplies for elementary school students and the Dress Code for all students are published here.
Back-to-School Open Houses are scheduled in August and September. Mark your calendars now using this schedule.
New Administrators have been appointed at several schools and district offices. Read more in district news.
Staff Inservice begins August 11 for new teachers and August 14 for all teachers. Read the schedule here.
Texas Department of Agriculture School Nutrition Update
Plano ISD has received further clarification from the Texas Department of Agriculture regarding changes in the statewide standard for school nutrition. The district can confirm that elementary schools will continue to operate under the same guidelines as last year, and there will be some impact for secondary schools.
Back-to-School Open Houses
Plano ISD schools will kick off the new year by hosting open houses on several dates in August and September. Families districtwide are invited to visit schools to meet the faculty and staff and to learn about students' daily schedules on these dates..
New Grad Requirements and Accountability System Explained
The Texas Legislature's passage of House Bill 5 last year resulted in new graduation requirements and a new Community and Student Engagement Accountability System (CSEAS) for rating schools and districts. Plano ISD leaders explained these new programs at a spring meeting of the district's Key Communicators group. Watch the meeting video , and read more about the new requirements and program.
CSEAS District and School Ratings
Plano ISD's ratings, based upon a new Community and Student Engagement Accountability System (CSEAS), are being reported this week to the Texas Education Agency. Information about the rating system and the 2014 ratings for Plano ISD and each campus can be found on the district website.