The Plano ISD Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to help all students in the Plano Independent School District achieve their full
potential by providing financial support to educators and academic
Since 1993, the Foundation has generated private support for priority projects for which tax dollars are not available. Almost $17 million has been gifted to Plano ISD for programs and services of importance to the school district.
All contributions stay in Plano ISD and are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
The Plano Family Literacy School (PFLS) seeks to create meaningful connections in literacy learning for families with language barriers at home or at school. This allows parents and family members to actively participate in language learning with their children through adult english education and GED preparation, thus empowering our students and their families in the community.
Outdoor School Classes at Collin County Adventure Camp are an extension of school curriculum for all Plano ISD 5th graders. The students participate in 4 outdoor classes while at camp to understand and experience interactive learning in nature. The students have the opportunity to interact with their natural environment and see how they impact it on a daily basis through hands-on activities, demostrations and teamwork exercises.
AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. Spanning from 7th grade to high school graduation, AVID seeks to create a learning environment conducive to college achievement and developing a long-term interest in academic development.
The Plano ISD Education Foundation Grants to Educators program is intended to
help Plano ISD educators enhance instruction in schools and classrooms across
the district. Through yearly grant applications educators are given funding to pursue various projects or provide resources in the classroom in order to create a more fulfilling instructional experience.