Plano West News
Collin County has issued a Stay-at-Home Order advising businesses to take all necessary actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Plano ISD is responding to the order by further limiting district activities to only the essential operations of the school district to help reduce the spread of COVID-19; however, we want to reassure you of the things you can still expect of our school district. While all campuses and other district facilities will be closed during this period, Plano ISD will continue implementing the following essential activities:
- Meal Service will continue at our designated grab-and-go sites.
- Chromebook Distribution: If your child needs a Chromebook for at-home learning and you were unable to pick one up at your child's home campus this week, please contact the Plano ISD Help Desk.
- Remote Learning will continue allowing students and teachers to participate in online learning while observing this Stay-at-Home Order.
- Visit our school closure information & resources site for more information.
Plano ISD schools will remain closed to the public through Friday, April 3, in an effort to support the community, region and nation’s need to slow the spread of COVID-19. This action follows advice from local, state and national health authorities. The district will use the week of March 30-April 3 to reassess whether there is a need to extend the suspension of normal district operations beyond April 3, and will communicate a decision to the public at that time. Plano ISD will remain flexible as we roll out our long-term plan for instructional continuity, and as we continue to navigate the many details of this unprecedented situation. Although our buildings remain closed to the public, we will continue to meet the academic and social emotional needs of our students and families.
We will stay connected with you through our multiple communications channels, and we ask that you please visit www.pisd.edu/infoandresources to receive the most current and accurate information
Learn about the International Baccalaureate (IB) World School at Huffman Elementary Primary Years Programme (PYP). Application deadline is extended to April 3. Read more.
Plano ISD will host a teacher job fair on June 3, 2020 from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Candidates must complete an online application to register for the event. Read More.
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More information about See Something, Say Something, visit www.pisd.edu/mysafeschool.