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Schimelpfenig Middle School

Schimelpfenig Middle School
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2400 Maumelle Drive
Plano, TX 75023
Phone: (469) 752-6400
Fax: (469) 752-6401

Principal Dr. Brant Perry
Assistant Principals Mark Letterer
LaTasha Goodwin

John Schlosser – 6th Grade

Shealine Burks – 7th Grade
Marilee Solomon – 8th Grade, Lead Counselor
School Hours 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Enrollment 912
School Colors Black, red and white
Mascot Panthers
Motto Our strength comes from our diversity.

Directions to School

From Dallas North Tollway: Spring Creek Exit – east to Independence, north on Independence to Maumelle, east on Maumelle to the school.
From Central Expressway: Spring Creek Exit –- west to Custer, north on Custer to Maumelle, west on Maumelle to the school.


U. S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award; Texas Education Agency Exemplary Status; Texas Successful Schools Award; Plano Education Foundation Grants to Educators recipients; 2015 Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas (CREST) award recipient; Today Foundation Awards recipients (1997, 1998); Trustee Awards; recipient of the PISD Exemplary Writing Awards (5 years); Whiz Quiz (City Champions, 8th grade – 2005, District Champions, 6th grade – 2006 and District 2nd place, 6th & 7th grades – 2007); Yearbook "Award of Honor;” UIL Sweepstakes Award – State Finalist in the TMEA Honor Band Competition in 2009, 2013 and 2015; State finalist in the TMEA Honor Full Orchestra competition in 2010 and 2015; Plano Teacher of the Year (1992); Plano Beginning Teacher of the Year (1993, 1994); Perot Award for Excellence in Teaching (1993-1995); Teacher of the Year finalist (1998, 1999); Schimelpfenig National Junior Honor Society – The 2005 Difference Maker Award from the NASSP; Math Counts (1st in the chapter competition and 6th in state); and Collin County Mock Trial (1st place 2005-2008).

Campus Programs

Math Rocks program; academic teaming; language arts block; math and reading study skills classes; English as a Second Language (ESL); Peer Assistance and Leadership (PAL) ; FRIEND mentor program; National Junior Honor Society (NJHS); Duke University Talent Search; President's Education Awards Program; peer mediation program; and student council.

Parent Involvement Opportunities

PTA; volunteer programs; School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); and Key Communicators.

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