• 2020 Middle School Summer Programs

    Plano ISD's summer learning program offers a variety of middle school programs. Parents may wish to talk with their child's counselor to determine the program best suited for summer study. All program applications can be found online, in the summer school office, or through the student's middle school office.

    Transportation is provided for each program from the child's neighborhood middle school (based on home address). Bus schedules will be available the last week of the school year and will be sent home with the students.

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  • Middle School Summer Program

    The Middle School Summer Program is designed for students in grades 6 to 8 who have not yet mastered the essential knowledge and skills of the required courses of English, math, social studies or science. 8th grade students will take the third administration of the STAAR exam.

    Cost of Program

    $230

    Note: There is no charge for 8th grade students who only need to prepare for the third administration of STAAR.

    Dates and Times

    June 2 - June 24

    The program meets Monday through Friday and runs from 9:00am to 1:00pm each day.

    Location

    Hendrick Middle School

  • Plano Art Summer Symposium (PArtSS)

    The Plano Art Summer Symposium (PArtSS) is a unique program for current 5-7 grade students who exhibit a passion and drive to grow as an artist. The curriculum allows students to rotate through sessions that are focused on drawing, two-dimensional design, three-dimensional design, and the use of technology in art. Through these sessions, students will be encouraged to create independently, build ideation skills, and learn additional techniques.

    Students may attend this program upon the recommendation of their art teacher. 

    Cost of Program

    $300

    Dates and Times

    June 2 - June 24

    The program meets Monday through Friday and runs from 7:45am to 11:45pm each day.

    Locations (feeder schools are based on the student's neighborhood elementary school and are listed below each location)

    Otto Middle School

    Barron, Boggess, Christie, Dooley, Forman, Harrington, Hickey, Hunt, McCall, Meadows, Memorial, Mendenhall, Miller, Schell, Stinson, Thomas

    Robinson Middle School

    Andrews, Barksdale, Brinker, Centennial, Daffron, Gulledge, Haun, Huffman, Skaggs, Wyatt

    Wilson Middle School

    Aldridge, Bethany, Beverly, Carlisle, Davis, Haggar, Hedgcoxe, Hightower, Hughston, Jackson, Mathews, Mitchell, Rasor, Saigling, Shepard, Sigler, Weatherford, Wells

  • Special Education Programs

    Camp Tejas

    Camp Tejas is an innovative program for students with special needs in grades 6-12. This program uses a camp-like format to enhance communication and independence through a variety of activities.

    Cost of Program

    $315 for qualifying students

    Dates and Times

    June 2 - June 24

    The program meets Monday through Friday and runs from 8:30am to 12:30pm each day.

    Location

    Carpenter Middle School

    Extended School Year (ESY)

    ESY provides individualized instructional programs beyond the regular school year for eligible students as determined by the admission, review, and dismissal (ARD) committee.

    Cost of Program

    There is no cost for this program.

    Dates and Times

    June 1 - June 25

    The program meets Monday through Thursday.

    Elementary students meet from 8:00am to 11:00am and secondary students meet from 9:00am to 12:00pm each day.

    Location

    Haggard Middle School

  • Summer Institute for Gifted and Talented Students (SIGS)

    The Summer Institute for Gifted and Talented Students (SIGS) offers an innovative learning experience for students in grades 1-7 who are currently served through Plano ISD's PACE program. This summer program includes courses such as humanities, science, mathematics, social sciences, and communications.

    Online Registration for SIGS will start on March 2.

    Cost of Program

    $300

    Dates and Times

    June 2 - June 24

    The program meets Monday through Friday and runs from 7:45am to 11:45pm each day.

    Locations (feeder schools are based on the student's neighborhood elementary school and are listed below each location)

    Otto Middle School

    Barron, Boggess, Christie, Dooley, Forman, Harrington, Hickey, Hunt, McCall, Meadows, Memorial, Mendenhall, Miller, Schell, Stinson, Thomas

    Robinson Middle School

    Andrews, Barksdale, Brinker, Centennial, Daffron, Gulledge, Haun, Huffman, Skaggs, Wyatt

    Wilson Middle School

    Aldridge, Bethany, Beverly, Carlisle, Davis, Haggar, Hedgcoxe, Hightower, Hughston, Jackson, Mathews, Mitchell, Rasor, Saigling, Shepard, Sigler, Weatherford, Wells