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  • PISD Health Update

    Plano ISD has released an updated Covid-19 communication that is available in both English and Spanish at For your convenience, the message is included below.


    March 5, 2020

    The health and safety of Plano ISD students and staff remain our number one priority. As we approach next week’s spring break, we want to keep our students, families and the community updated on current guidance and district plans regarding COVID-19.


    International Travel

    Plano ISD continues to monitor travel advisories and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as our state and county health authorities. The COVID-19 outbreak is a concern for anyone considering traveling at this time. Those with travel plans are strongly encouraged to closely monitor travel advisories and guidance from the CDC, available online at Collin County Health Services will communicate with Plano ISD regarding any official quarantine/monitoring restrictions for travelers. We realize some of our families have plans to travel over spring break, and we respectfully request that if you or any member of your household is traveling internationally, including cruises, please inform us via this online form.


    Cleaning Measures

    Plano ISD has cleaning protocols in place for all district facilities, and we are taking some additional measures to deep clean throughout the district.


    • On a nightly basis, custodians use a commercial grade, hydrogen peroxide-based multipurpose disinfecting cleaner.
    • Surfaces are wiped down and auto-scrubber machines are used nightly to clean and sanitize major hallways and common areas on campuses.
    • Campuses will be “deep cleaned” during spring break, which means a hospital grade disinfectant will be used.
    • All school buses will be deep cleaned with a hospital grade disinfectant using an e-misting sprayer.
    • The district is providing campuses with extra disinfectant wipes, which schools use throughout the day as an additional prevention effort.


    Ongoing District Updates

    Plano ISD will continue to provide the community with updates based on information that comes directly from health officials. Our district’s approach to planning and preparing is in line with the CDC’s recently issued interim guidance for schools, available online at, and we have ongoing measures to help lessen the spread of communicable illnesses. Here is what you can do to help.

    • If a student or staff member is sick, do not come to school. Stay home until fever-free for at least 24 hours without using fever-reducing medication.
    • Cover your mouth with your upper arm or a tissue when coughing or sneezing.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

    In the event that there is a confirmed COVID-19 case in the community, Plano ISD will coordinate with state and local health officials, city governments and healthcare providers so that timely and accurate information can guide appropriate responses. The district’s goal is to protect all students and staff while minimizing disruption to normal operations for as long as possible. Plano ISD will continue to provide updates when there are changes in the current situation or additional steps are needed.

    While schools are closed next week for spring break, Plano ISD administrative offices will continue to operate during normal business hours. We encourage you to check our website regularly for any new updates during the break at Thank you for your ongoing support and partnership as we respond as a community to this health situation.

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  • Clark ID Policy Update - Effective Feb. 1, 2020

    January 29, 2020


    Clark Community: 

    We have had a wonderful return to school this January! Most of our students are doing a great job remembering to wear their ID as required by PISD policy. I would like to ask for your help with reminding students that they must wear their ID each and every day.

    Beginning February 1:

    Any student who forgets his/her Student ID will be issued a Temporary ID.

    • The Temporary ID will be valid for 3 days. During that time, the student is expected to find the original Student ID or purchase a new one for 5 dollars and return the Temporary ID.
    • Any student who does not return the Temporary ID within 3 days will have a hold placed on his/her account, and a new official Student ID will be printed. Once a new ID is printed, no refunds will be issued. Parents will be contacted via automated call when a Temporary ID is issued and before a hold is placed on the student account.
    • Temporary IDs are to be returned to the office after the 3 days have passed. Failure to return the Temporary ID will result in another 5 dollar hold being placed on the student’s account.

    If a student is not wearing the official Clark ID or the Clark Temporary ID, the student will be assigned disciplinary consequences.

    The Student ID badge policy has been adopted as a part of the district’s continuing effort to improve campus security. The ID policy is available at Plano ISD’s website by clicking on Policy Online.

    We appreciate your assistance with making Clark High School a safe environment for students to learn.


    Pam Clark
    Principal - Clark High School


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    FANS has updated the website to include our meal prices, what a meal consists of, free and reduced meal benefits, request a refund or transfer of funds, etc. The menus are now posted on our website. Please use the link below:

    6600 Alma Drive, Suite B
    Plano, TX 75023

    Online Federal Meal Application:

    Free and reduced lunch applications/information is available on the web at 

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  • PISD Stadium Bag Policy

    Starting 9/13/19, all PISD stadiums will have new rules regarding bags that can be brought into the stadium by spectators.  Please see the below link for more information.

    Stadium Bag Policy

    Stadium Bag Policy (Spanish)

    Complete Clark Stadium Rules

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