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.
Superintendent of Schools Welcomes Families to New Year
New Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian T. Binggeli, pictured with the Chandler family at Weatherford Elementary on the first day of school, welcomes all families to a new school year. In a back to school letter published in the August 24 district eNews, he said, "I have spent the summer learning about this outstanding school district and the amazing community that supports us. Our schools are great places for children to grow, learn and make their mark in academics, the arts, athletics and through abundant district programs." Read the full letter.
Get a head start on the new school year by bookmarking this website and several critical resources for parents, students and staff.
myPISD.net ParentPortal - Check students' grades, attendance and growth data, classroom information and other important information for parents.
Instructional Center - Parents, students and staff will find curriculum, instruction and technology tools on this comprehensive website.
eNews - Parents can subscribe to receive electronic newsletters from schools and the district through ParentPortal.
Social Media - Follow the district and schools via Facebook and Twitter. District links are on this page. School websites contain links to their social media sites.
Volunteer Application - Read about volunteering in our schools and fink a link to Plano ISD's online volunteer application.
2015-16 Theme Inspires District Wide Back-to-School Open Houses
Plano ISD schools will kick off the new year with a new theme, "Make Your Mark," which will inspire back-to-school open houses to be held on several dates in August and September. Families are invited to visit schools to meet faculty and staff and learn about students' daily schedules.
Six Plano ISD Middle School Students Named Broadcom MASTERS Semifinalists
Representing six out of 300 national semifinalists in the 2015 Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering Rising Star) competition, Plano ISD students proved 20 times more likely to be selected as a semifinalist in this premier middle school science and engineering fair. Plano ISD’s 12,600 middle school students make up approximately 0.1% of sixth, seventh and eighth graders in the nation, while representing 2% of these top competition semifinalists.