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Armstrong Announcements

  • Armstrong + North Texas Food Bank

    Armstrong is thrilled to offer a school pantry program in partnership with the North Texas Food Bank. Families will receive 15 pounds of fresh produce and 20 pounds of shelf stable items such as pasta, pasta sauce, tuna, vegetables, rice, beans, and cereal - ALL FOR FREE! Produce and dry goods are given on a first come, first serve basis. No enrollment or application is necessary!

    The AMS School Pantry distribution will take place once a month on Tuesday’s directly after dismissal at 4:00 PM in Room 162. This room is located on the north side of the school close to the gymnasium and bus circle. Buses depart at 3:40, so you will be able to park along the bus circle and access the room from the outside.

    The AMS School Pantry is only available to Armstrong families, and a parent or guardian of the AMS student must be present to take advantage of this great opportunity. The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a top-ranked nonprofit relief organization which leads the fight against hunger with knowledge-based strategies to distribute donated, purchased, and prepared foods through a network of feeding programs in 13 North Texas counties. NTFB supports the nutritional needs of children, families, and seniors through education, advocacy, and strategic partnerships.

    If you have any questions, please contact the Armstrong front office at 469-752-4602.

    Scheduled Distribution Dates are...

    • April 20th
    • May 18th
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  • Boxtops for Education has gone digital!

    Every year we earn money for our school collecting Box Tops. You can still CLIP the Box Tops and turn them in however, Box Tops has also gone digital!  How does it work?

    *Download the APP to your smartphone or other device.
    *Open the app.
    *Sign up.
    *Find your school (580072)
    *Complete the profile.
    *Scan your receipt.

    IT'S THAT SIMPLE! Remember to keep bringing in the Box Tops that you are still able to clip.

    Box Top

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  • Plano ISD + SMU

    Plano ISD and Southern Methodist University are joining together to provide counseling services to Plano ISD staff, students and their families. Click on the link below to get more information.

    SMU Services

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  • Click on the link to view chromebook expectations.

    AMS Chromebook Expectations

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  • Armstrong PTA

    It's not too early to become a PTA member, purchase spiritwear, become a volunteer, and support our students.  Follow the link below to the Apache PTA website.  Save time and skip the lines by doing business online.  See you soon!

    Armstrong PTA

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District Announcements

  • 2021-22 Elementary Transfer Requests

    The 2021-22 elementary transfer request process will begin April 19 at 8:00 a.m. At that time, please visit www.pisd.edu/transfer to receive an online tracking number. Once you have obtained your online tracking number, you will receive instructions detailing how to submit your transfer request electronically. Read more.

    2021-22 Solicitudes de transferencia de primarias

    El proceso de solicitud de transferencia a la escuela primaria 2021-22 comienzá el 19 de abril a las 8:00 a.m. En ese momento, por favor visite www.pisd.edu/transfer para recibir un número de seguimiento en línea. Una vez que haya obtenido su número de seguimiento en línea, recibirá instrucciones que detallan cómo presentar su solicitud de transferencia electrónicamente. Más información.

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  • Update of Recent Bullying Concerns

    Plano ISD is committed to providing all students with a safe and nurturing learning environment. Plano ISD has resources and a communications process in place to assist families in discussing or reporting any concerns, including experiences with bullying, harassment, threats or acts of racism. Read the full Parent Guide for Addressing Bullying & Harassment Concerns. Read More

    Guía para los padres sobre cómo afrontar los problemas de intimidación y acoso

    El distrito escolar de Plano se compromete a proporcionar a todos los alumnos un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y enriquecedor. El ISD de Plano tiene recursos y un proceso de comunicación para ayudar a las familias a discutir o reportar cualquier preocupación, incluyendo experiencias de intimidación, acoso, amenazas o actos de racismo. Lea el Guía Completa para Padres sobre cómo tratar los problemas de intimidación y acoso. Leer más.

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