The Student Management Program was created for the Plano Independent School District in an attempt to better understand students and the problems they face in today's world. The focal point of the program is the students' awareness that a school and parent partnership is formed to address student needs and problems. The root cause of unacceptable behavior must be dealt with through the program if a change is to be brought about. Hopefully, when the cause is determined, a positive plan can be drawn for students to bring about change in the way they relate to others.
Student Code of Conduct
Plano ISD's Student Code of Conduct provides methods and options for managing students in the classroom and on school grounds, disciplining students, and preventing and intervening in student discipline problems. The code of conduct can be found below.
The Student Handbook is designed to align with law, board-adopted policy, and the Student Code of Conduct. The Student Handbook provides a general overview but is not meant to be a complete statement of all policies, procedures, or rules in any given circumstance.
Bullying / Harassment
- Parent Guide for Addressing Bullying & Harassment Concerns
- Related Policies: POLICY FFI(LEGAL) and FFI(LOCAL)
Tobacco Use by Students
Plano ISD has adopted and enforces prohibitions against the use and possession of all tobacco products, e-cigarettes, or any other electronic vaporizing device, by students and all others on school property and at school-sponsored and school-related activities. Any student in violation of this policy shall be subject to disciplinary action.
Resolving Complaints and Concerns
Plano ISD is dedicated to caring and our goal is to provide excellent service to our families and community. Visit the Resolving Complaints & Concerns webpage to access details on how to get your questions answered, provide feedback or resolve concerns in the shortest amount of time possible. In order to expedite resolving your concerns, we encourage students and families to communicate with the appropriate teacher, coach, principal or other campus administrator who has the authority to address the concerns.
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