at 2700 W 15th St, Plano, 75075 United States
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Plano ISD is a Texas public school system steeped in history and a tradition of excellence spanning more than 100 years. With a mission to “provide an excellent education for each student,” Plano ISD serves the residents of approximately 100 square miles in southwest Collin County. This area includes most of the City of Plano, as well as portions of the cities of Richardson, Dallas, Murphy, Allen, Parker, Garland, Lucas, Carrollton and Wylie. Plano ISD employs nearly 7,000 faculty and staff members who serve more than 55,000 students in 72 schools and 17 additional instructional and service facilities. The exceptional education that Plano ISD provides makes the communities it serves excellent places to live, to work and to learn. In recent years, the Plano ISD Board of Trustees has ensured that students in Plano have a variety of ways to find their fit. Through a comprehensive selection of electives, academic courses and extracurricular activities, Plano ISD is able to meet the individual needs and talents of its highly diverse student population. Plano ISD educators empower students to reach their full potential. Building on a shared vision of excellence, Plano ISD board members, administrators and faculty members focus on preparing graduates to succeed in a competitive and global society. Plano students consistently achieve the highest standards of educational excellence, with college entrance exam scores far exceeding state and national averages. The unsurpassed performance of Plano ISD students on national tests gives them a competitive edge for college admission and post-graduate success.
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Tomorrow, Friday, December 19, is the last school day before winter break. Elementary schools will observe an early release, dismissing at 12:00 noon, and there will be no afternoon sessions for early childhood schools. Secondary campuses will observe their posted exam schedules and release.
The last cap toss of the day...congratulations Class of 2015!
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Please note the new 6:30 PM kickoff time for tonight's Plano West v. Hebron football game at Clark Stadium.