Plano West News
In partnership with the Texas Department of Agriculture, Plano ISD Food & Nutritional Services will be providing meals at no cost to children 18 years and younger. No form of identification is needed for a child to receive a meal. Adults over the age of 18 can purchase a breakfast for $2.25 and a lunch for $3.75. More information about times and locations.
The district is partnering with Hanover Research to conduct a survey in order to better understand your thoughts and experiences with our summer learning opportunities. Whether or not you have had a student enrolled in our summer school programs, we want to hear from you. This study is for research purposes only. All information you provide will be maintained on a confidential basis by Hanover Research and will only be reported to Plano ISD in an aggregate form, so we encourage you to be candid in your responses. Please feel free to contact Hanover Research at email@example.com with any questions or concerns. This survey takes only about 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed online.
Plano ISD will be hosting a job fair on June 12 from 2 - 4 p.m. for bus drivers, bus assistants, teachers, classroom support staff, after-school activity specialists (PASAR - after school care), cafeteria specialists, cafeteria managers (food and nutritional services) and facility maintenance technicians. Candidates must complete an online application to register for the event. Each campus and department will be there with staff to speak to those interested in job opportunities. Visit the employment website for more details. 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.