• Board Meetings

    The Plano ISD Board of Trustees participates in a variety of meetings. While these meetings are open to the public (with the exception of Closed Sessions), these are not meetings of the public. The purpose of the meetings is to conduct District business and provide the members of the Board an opportunity to discuss issues with each other and with staff.

    Written notice of the date, hour, place and subject of all meetings are distributed at least 72 hours before the scheduled time of the meeting on a bulletin board at the front door of the Administration Building, via this website, and to any news media that has requested it, as required by law. Notices are also available in the Superintendent's Office and the Communications Department. Additionally, agendas, including attachments, are available in the Superintendent's Office. For archived meeting minutes not found online, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (469) 752-8122 or send an e-mail to sharon.nowak@pisd.edu.

  • Plano ISD LiveView Broadcasts 

     Board meeting videos are available online with closed captioning within 72 hours of the live webcast.


Agendas, Minutes and Notices

 

Meeting Times and Location

  • All meetings are held in the First Floor Board Room (unless otherwise noted)

    Plano ISD Administration Center
    2700 W. 15th Street
    Plano, TX 75075

    • Regular Board Meetings  - 7:00 pm
    • Work Session Meetings -  6:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)
    • Special Called Meetings - TBD
  • Regular Meeting

    Regular Board Meetings are normally held on the first Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise posted. When included on the meeting notice, district business is conducted during Board Meetings and public input may be solicited. 

    Guidelines for Public Comments at a Regular Board Meeting*

    • Public comment cards are available and accepted onsite for one hour prior to the start of the meeting.
    • Comment cards are not transferrable to other speakers.
    • Citizens may address agenda or non-agenda items in their public comments at Regular Board Meetings.
    • Comments addressing agenda items will be heard at the beginning of the meeting, in order of the corresponding agenda item, allotting thirty minutes or until all agenda-related comments have been heard.
    • If time remains within the allotted thirty minutes, comments addressing non-agenda items will be heard.
    • Any comments related to non-agenda items that are not heard during the allotted thirty minutes will be heard at the end of the Regular Board Meeting, until all comments have been heard.
    • Speakers who submit public comment cards may have up to three minutes to address the board. No presentation shall exceed three minutes.

    *These guidelines are in compliance with House Bill 2840, which was signed into law, becoming effective September 1, 2019. As Plano ISD is in the process of updating its related local policy, BED(LOCAL), these guidelines supersede the existing policy. These guidelines may be revised once the new policy is finalized and adopted by the Plano ISD Board of Trustees. 

  • Work Session

    Board Work Sessions are normally held on the third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise posted. Reports are provided to the board during Work Sessions and information is discussed. Board action may be taken if necessary and when included on the notice.    

    Guidelines for Public Comments at a Board Work Session*

    • Public comment cards are available and accepted onsite for one hour prior to the start of the meeting.
    • Comment cards are not transferrable to other speakers.
    • Citizens may address agenda items in their public comments at Board Work Sessions. Comments related to non-agenda items are reserved for the Regular Board Meeting, typically held on the first Tuesday of each month.
    • Comments addressing agenda items will be heard at the beginning of the meeting, in order of the corresponding agenda item, allotting thirty minutes or until all agenda-related comments have been heard.
    • Speakers who submit public comment cards may have up to three minutes to address the board. No presentation shall exceed three minutes.

    *These guidelines are in compliance with House Bill 2840, which was signed into law, becoming effective September 1, 2019. As Plano ISD is in the process of updating its related local policy, BED(LOCAL), these guidelines supersede the existing policy. These guidelines may be revised once the new policy is finalized and adopted by the Plano ISD Board of Trustees. 

  • Special Meeting

    The Board President shall call Special Meetings at the president's discretion or on request by two members of the board, as necessary. Action may be taken with proper notice.

    Guidelines for Public Comments at a Special Meeting*

    • Public comment cards are available and accepted onsite for one hour prior to the start of the meeting.
    • Comment cards are not transferrable to other speakers.
    • Citizens may address agenda items in their public comments at Special Meetings. Comments related to non-agenda items are reserved for the Regular Board Meeting, typically held on the first Tuesday of each month.
    • Comments addressing agenda items will be heard at the beginning of the meeting, in order of the corresponding agenda item, allotting thirty minutes or until all agenda-related comments have been heard.
    • Speakers who submit public comment cards may have up to three minutes to address the board. No presentation shall exceed three minutes.

    *These guidelines are in compliance with House Bill 2840, which was signed into law, becoming effective September 1, 2019. As Plano ISD is in the process of updating its related local policy, BED(LOCAL), these guidelines supersede the existing policy. These guidelines may be revised once the new policy is finalized and adopted by the Plano ISD Board of Trustees. 

  • Emergency Meeting

    The Board President shall call an emergency meeting when it is determined that an emergency or urgent public necessity, as defined by law, warrants the meeting. Notice of the meeting must be given at least two hours before the meeting is convened. Action may be taken with proper notice.

  • Closed Session

    Notice of all meetings shall provide for the possibility of a Closed Session during an Open Meeting, in accordance with law.  The Board may conduct a Closed Session when the agenda subject is one that may properly be discussed in Closed Session.  

    There is no public comment during a Closed Session.

  • Public Forum

    A Public Forum is a meeting to listen to public input. A forum may address a specific topic or may be a general information session to receive public input. This meeting may be held at individual schools or in the community. No action may be taken.

  • Retreat

    A Retreat is a planning meeting between Board Members and staff which could include a training session for Board Members. No action may be taken.

Upcoming Meetings

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