Clark Announcements

  • English 1 EOC Retest - Tuesday, 4/13

    Dear Clark Parents and Students,

    On April 6, our 9th grade students who were online testing experienced a disruption that did not allow them to take their test due to a platform failure at the state level. We understand the frustration this disruption caused our community -- students, parents, and staff. The Texas Education Agency has worked hard to correct the issue. The STAAR EOC English 1 test will be administered to 9th graders next Tuesday, April 13, 2021 on the Clark High School campus.

    Tuesday, April 13, 2021
    English 1 STAAR EOC

    All 9th grade students should report to campus. All 10th grade students should stay home and work on normal assignments Asynchronously.

    We will resume our regular Cohort schedule on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 with Cohort B students.  Please see the link below for the full 4th Nine Weeks Calendar (subject to change).

    4th Nine Weeks Calendar

    Thank you for your flexibility and your understanding as we work through these technological issues with the Texas Education Agency.

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  • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Testing Opportunity

    Clark High School students wishing to take the ASVAB are invited to test at Plano Senior High School on Monday, April 12, 2021. Students wishing to test need to register at


    Registration must be completed by April 9, 2021. Contact Michelle Mendoza at for more information.

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  • Reminder: Free Curbside Meal Pickups Every Tuesday at Clark

    Just a reminder that PISD is offering free meal bundles consisting of seven breakfasts and seven lunches available to all PISD families. These meals are available for pickup every Tuesday from 9:30 - 10:30 am and from 4:45 - 6:00 pm at Clark HS.

    If you are picking up a meal without a student present, please bring appropriate documentation in the form of a school issued ID, report card, parent portal attendance summary form, or birth certificate.

    More information can be found here.

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  • Special Education Parent Expo - 5/4/21

    The Special Education Services Department is providing a Parent Expo on May 14 for all families who have children receiving special education services in Plano ISD. Registration information is below and all sessions will be held virtually.

    English Parent Expo Information


    El Departamento de Servicios de Educación Especial ofrecerá una exposición para padres el 14 de mayo para todas las familias que tengan niños que reciben servicios de educación especial en ISD de Plano. La información de registro se encuentra a continuación y todas las sesiones se llevarán a cabo de manera virtual.

    Spanish Parent Expo Information

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  • PALS Applications Now Open!

    The application for the 2021-2022 PALs program is now open. PALs is a class that uses service-learning projects to enrich the school and community. If students are interested, they will need to submit a completed application and teacher recommendations. Also, there is an interview that will be scheduled at a later time. Students can access the application at 2021-2022 PALs Application

    If you have any questions, please reach out to Dr. Poston at I look forward to receiving your applications!

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  • PSHS Softball Updates

    Get caught up on all of the Wildcat Softball news and find the schedule for upcoming games in the latest Wildcat Softball newsletter! Also, Congrats to Melody Walker who is a 7th grader at Hendrick Middle School - She is our FUTURE WILDCAT OF THE MONTH!

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  • Update Regarding Plano ISD COVID-19 Safety Protocols/Masks

    On Wednesday, March 3, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) released an update to its Public Health Planning Guidance, which is in accordance with Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-34, issued March 2. The updated guidance affirms that the Governor’s new executive order “provides TEA with the legal authority to publish requirements for the operation of public school systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

    Stating that “the virus that causes COVID-19 can infect people of all ages, and school system leaders should do everything feasible to keep students, teachers, staff, and our communities safe,” TEA maintains that schools must comply with the following requirement: 

    “Every student, teacher and staff member shall wear a mask over the nose and mouth when inside a school building, school facility, facility used for school activities, or when in an outdoor space on school property or used for school activities, wherever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another person not in the same household.”

    Based on the updated guidance provided by the TEA, and considering evidence that current safe practices have been effective in mitigating the spread of COVID-19, Plano ISD will continue to follow the instructional plans and safety protocols outlined in our Return to School Plan. Wearing face masks (or face shields for students in preK-2nd grade) will continue to be required in all Plano ISD buildings and at all district events. 

    Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work to keep you informed on the updated public health guidance from the Governor and TEA related to student wellbeing and success. 

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  • Health Reminder From the Clinic

    As a reminder, please take a moment each day to monitor your children’s health and do not send them to school if they are displaying any COVID-19 symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19. No one should enter a Plano ISD school or facility if any of the following apply:

    • Sick with symptoms that could be COVID-19. Symptoms to watch for include fever (100°F or higher), cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, fatigue, congestion/running nose, nausea/diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.
    • Has a confirmed case of COVID-19 or has been in close contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19. These individuals must follow all isolation and quarantine guidelines from the local health authority or their physician.
    • Has a household member who is awaiting COVID-19 test results, or who is awaiting their own test results.


    Parents may contact Nurse Phaiksee Chuah at 469-752-7209 or to report student illness or possible exposure.

    Students and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 will be permitted to return to school when:

    • They are 24 hours fever-free without using fever-reducing medication; and
    • Symptoms improved (cough, difficulty breathing, etc.); and
    • 10 days have passed since symptoms began


    If a student wants to return to school prior to meeting the above criteria, they must obtain a medical professional’s note clearing them for return based on an alternative diagnosis or receive a negative PCR or antigen test.

    Thank you for your assistance in doing your part to keep our students healthy and safe.

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  • Face-2-Face and Virtual Tutorials Now Available


    Image of tutorial schedule


    Just a reminder that we are now offering both face-to-face and virtual tutorials for selected courses!

    Face-2-Face and Virtual Tutorial Schedule (use tabs at bottom to switch between modes)



    Reminder for Face-to-Face Students: In order for students to enter the hallway in the morning, they will need to scan the QR code and fill out the Google Form. Students must fill out the Google Form prior to entering the hallways for contact tracing purposes.

    QR code for tutorials form


    Students must scan this QR code and fill out the Google Form prior to entering the hallways for contact tracing purposes.

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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 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 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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