In accordance with Governor Abbott’s order on March 31, 2020, and in the interest of public health and doing everything in our power to limit the spread of COVID-19, Plano ISD has extended the closure of schools through May 1. Read Superintendent Bonser's full message.
During school closure, Plano ISD will continue implementing the following essential activities:
- Meal Service will continue at our designated grab-and-go sites. See recent changes to requirements and locations.
- Chromebook Distribution: Chromebooks for at-home learning are essential. If Chromebooks are needed or not functioning, please contact the Plano ISD help desk.
- Remote Learning is continuing with Phase 3 of the remote learning plan, which began April 6.
- Visit our school closure information & resources site for more information.
Effective Monday, April 6, new rules from the Texas Department of Agriculture require that parents picking up free meals from the district must bring documentation for children who are not in the vehicle. Please note that verification is not required when children are present with a parent during meal pickup. When present, any child 18 years of age or under can receive a grab-and-go meal. Read More. En español.
The application deadline for the Plano ISD Industries Academy at Collin Technical College has been extended to May 4 for high school juniors during the 2020-2021 school year. For more information and application, visit the Industries Academy website. En español.
2020 Social Emotional Learning Kindness Card Art Contest Due Date Postponed
The due date has been postponed for all entries in the 2020 Social Emotional Learning Kindness Card Art Contest. An updated due date will be shared as soon as possible.
Plano ISD will host a teacher job fair on June 3, 2020 from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Candidates must complete an online application to register for the event. Read More.