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Red Ribbon Week 10/24 - 10/28 Attach Quick View

Just say "NO" to Drugs!!!!! Dress for Red Ribbon Week (see flyer attached) October 24th-28th Our theme this year is: “The Great Outdoors”


A new on-line communication tool for menus and nutritional information Quick View

Plano ISD participates in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs which is governed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The district follows the food-based menu planning approach for breakfast and lunch. Lunch consists of five groups which are: meat/meat alternate, grains, fruits, vegetables and milk. A reimbursable meal consists of three items from the five g...


The Mobile Computer Lab is coming to Barron!! Attach Quick View

The Mobile Computer Classroom provides a series of computer and internet classes that are free to Plano ISD parents. General computer topics are covered during the classes such as: basic or intermediate computer, e-mail and internet skills, PISD parent portal, internet safety, and Microsoft Office applications, depending on the parents’ computer skills, needs and interests. We also offer Rosett...


Our History Quick View

Barron Elementary School has a rich history in PISD. Barron was opened as an elementary school in 1971 and was named for James M. Barron. James M. Barron served on the first Plano School Board from 1899 to 1903 and before that served on the Plano City Council in 1891. It was during his tenure on the City Council that Ordinance 84 was passed by the citizens where by the City Council would act as...


Activities Quick View

Drama Club Drama Club is a great opportunity for your child to improve reading, social, and artistic abilities. It is a fantastic way for your child to develop their confidence and communication skills, to express themselves in a creative environment, and to have a lot of fun! The Drama Club wishes to develop a safe place for your child to express themselves out of the classroom, and it is a g...


Visitor Guidelines Quick View

Please DO visit. Welcome to the Plano Independent School District. We are proud of our schools and welcome visitors. In order to protect the security of our students and staff and the learning environment at this school, visitors are requested to conform to the following guidelines. All visitors to campus must report to the school office, sign-in, state their reason for being on campus, and ob...


2016-2017 District Calendar Attach Quick View

August 22 (Monday) First Day of Classes September 5 (Monday) Student/Teacher Holiday October 10 (Monday) Parent Teacher Conference Day / Student Holiday November 21-25 Thanksgiving Break Student/Teacher Holiday December 16 (Friday) Last Day for Students December 19-30 Winter Break Student/Teacher Holiday Second Semester January 2 (Monday) Student Holiday Teacher Work/Professional Developme...


Student Code of Conduct Quick View

Click on the links below to view the Student Code of Conduct Student Code of Conduct English Student Code of Conduct Spanish


Parent Handbook Attach Quick View

Click on the links below to view the handbook Parent Handbook 16-17 - English Parent Handbook 15-16 - Spanish


No Child Left Behind Title 1 Program documents Quick View

No Child Left Behind Title 1 Program Notice of Title I Program Eligibility-English Notice of Title I Program Eligibility-Spanish PISD Parent Involvement Policy-English PISD Parent Involvement Policy-Spanish Principal Letter regarding HQ staff-English Pricipal Letter regarding HQ staff-Spanish Title 1 Family/School Compact - English Title 1 Family/School Compact - Spanish


Assistance Center of Collin County Quick View

Directory of Human Services in Collin County, Tx Click the link above for the Directory of Human Services in Collin County (maintained by the Assistance Center of Collin County). They have provided services to local families for 35 years and has been a resource for collecting and distributing school supplies for our campuses.