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  • Real Talk events were created to provide Black students and their families with the tools they need to start planning for their future. This fall, we’ll connect attendees with Black college reps across the country, financial aid experts with insider tips on finding scholarships, college students who’ll give your students a realistic view of campus life, and Black professionals in tech, sports, and entertainment.

    We’re kicking off the season with Real Talk: HBCU Edition. During this two-night event, your students will have a chance to see the many options there are to choose from. There are more than 100 historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), so we’ll help them compare and find the schools that deserve a spot on their college list.

    Night 1 on Wednesday, September 28, at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, features:

    • Claflin University
    • Dillard University
    • Howard University
    • Norfolk State University
    • Spelman College

    Night 2 on Thursday, September 29, at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, features:

    • Fayetteville State University
    • Hampton University
    • Morehouse College
    • Morgan State University
    • Texas Southern University


    After this event, students and their families will have a better idea of which HBCUs to consider, and what students will need to start doing to stand out during the application process.

    For more information and to RSVP now, visit the Real Talk website.

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  • Clark High School will be administering the PSAT on Wednesday, October 12th.  All students should bring #2 pencils, an approved calculator, a current and valid school/government issued photo ID, and an email address (optional).

    College Board approved calculators can be found on the College Board Website. Students will not be allowed to share calculators. 

    For more information, visit the Clark Counseling page and the Plano ISD SAT/PSAT website.

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  • Homecoming Spirit Week and the Clark Classic Homecoming Dance are COMING UP QUICKLY!!! Clark Classic Homecoming Dance is one of our absolutely FAVORITE Clark events!!!


    Last year our BELOVED Clark HS Cougars Students had an AMAZING evening with friends, filled with fun, DJ spun music, dancing, food/treats and a lifetime of great memories! We SO look forward to and are busy planning all of the above AND MORE for this year! It's going to be EPIC!!! And decked out with even MORE FUN, MORE CELEBRATION and MORE SURPRISES!!! It's even more important this year to get your tickets early, before we sell out!!!


    $20 per person

    Purchase ONLINE tickets now using this order form.

    LIVE ticket sales and ONLINE ORDERED ticket pick-up will be available during lunches on: 9/26, 9/27, 9/28, 9/29, 9/30


    And if you or your parents want to help? Thank you! Please see and sign up for these opportunities:


    BE READY, GUARANTEE YOUR ADMISSION and use this order form to PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS EARLY, BEFORE WE ARE SOLD OUT!!! Also, the QR code on the posters, banners and lawn signs you see posted around school will bring you to our Clark PTSA Homecoming webpage where you will find the same link to the ticket order form and all of the other links listed above! 



    Please contact Clark HS PTSA President, Deena Ayala


    We SO look forward to seeing you all Cougars at this year’s EPIC Clark Classic Homecoming Dance!!!

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  • Fall Cougar Chow will be held during lunch on Friday, October 21st.

    Clark students will have an amazing extended lunch outdoors. Enjoy local restaurants at food booths set up carnival style, with a DJ playing music and providing entertainment.

    For information on purchasing and picking up tickets, parent donation and volunteering sign up, food vendors, and more, visit the Clark PTSA website.

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District Announcements

  • Election 2022

    Plano ISD’s November elections include five propositions, VATRE Proposition A and Bond Propositions B, C, D and E. Visit the Election website to see what the bond proposes for each campus.

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  • Meal Benefits Eligibility Expiration

    Students who qualified for free or reduced-price meals at the end of last school year are eligible to participate at their current eligibility status for the first 30 calendar days of the 2022-2023 school year. 

    In order for meal benefits to continue, a federal meal application for the 2022-2023 school year must be completed. Students with no application on file after 30 calendar days will return to full-paid eligibility status effective September 23, 2022.

    Read more.

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