Virtual College Fair September 25th and October 16th
Mark your calendars for the PISD VIRTUAL College Fair! The fair will be offered virtually to all PISD students and families on 2 Saturdays this fall - September 25th and October 16th from 11 am - 2 pm.
The virtual college fair will offer many opportunities to explore colleges all over the country, visit with college representatives, and attend break-out rooms featuring a variety of admissions related topics!
Put your best foot forward at the college fair by registering in advance for free! For more info and to register, check out the Wolf Call or your counselor's google classroom page!
Final Picture Days for Students
On September 20th and 21st, Legacy studios will be on campus from 7:30-4:30 for make-up photos of both juniors and seniors. If you have not had your photo made for this year, this will be your last on-campus opportunity to do so! Students wanting to re-take photos may do so during lunches or free periods during this time. All students will be required to wear a photo ID while on campus. This is the last opportunity to have your picture taken for your photo ID.
Parents Are Asked to Complete a Socioeconomic Form as Part of This Year’s Enrollment
This year, all parents are asked to complete the Socioeconomic Form as part of this year’s enrollment process, regardless of socioeconomic need. State and federal funds are allocated to school districts based on this information.
Students or families may be eligible for:
- AP exam fee reductions
- SAT fee waivers
- College application fee waivers
- College financial aid
- Emergency Broadband Benefit (to help households struggling to afford Internet services during the COVID-19 pandemic)
Students from 8th - 12th grades are invited to register for the virtual college fairs schedluled for Sept. 25 and Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration is required to participate, so please don't delay. Read more.
Sept 23 | Job Fair for Food and Nutrition Services
The Plano ISD Board of trustees approved a temporary measure to require indoor masking at all PISD schools and facilities. Read more.
See Something, Say Something
If You See Something, Say Something
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More information about See Something, Say Something, visit www.pisd.edu/mysafeschool.
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