2200 Laurel Lane
Plano, TX 75074 | View Map
Ph: 469-752-2500 Fax: 469-752-2501
Cecilia Butler - Cecilia.Butler@pisd.edu Parent Liaison 469-752-2559
Seema Shah - Seema.Shah@pisd.edu Reading Support 469-752-2562
Christy Pine - Christy.Pine@pisd.edu Math Support 469-752-2563
Please feel free to contact us with any question or concerns. We look forward to working with you and your child!
The Plano Independent School District (Plano ISD) and Memorial Elementary School believe that parents (including those who are economically disadvantaged, have disabilities, have limited English, have limited literacy, are of any racial or ethnic background, or are parents of migratory children) are partners with teachers and other staff in the education of their children. The staff at Memorial believes that parent involvement and empowerment are essential to student academic growth at all levels throughout the school district.
The staff at Memorial believes that student academic achievement requires that parents have an understanding of curriculum, academic achievement standards, assessments, and district/school policies and procedures. Families also need to understand how to monitor their children’s progress and work together with educators. The school will offer multiple parent meetings designed to gain input and inform parents about these academic expectations. Memorial is required to hold an annual parent information meeting designed for parents to receive information about the campus and district Title I programs. Parenting classes, ESL classes, chaperoning field trips, and other activities and programs are explained. Individual student progress is shared with parents on a one-on-one basis through communications from classroom teachers. The staff at Memorial believes that this information leads to increased parent involvement, communication, and academic achievement of all students.
We look forward to your involvement in school activities and your child’s education. You will receive notices and information throughout the school year to keep you informed about your child’s progress and the school’s progress toward helping all students meet high academic standards.