Plano West

Senior High

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Plano West

Senior High

PWSH Announcements

  • A Letter from Janis Williams, Plano West Senior High Principal

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  • Regular Bell Schedule Aug. 12 - Sept. 4

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  • An Important Message from the Plano West Counselors

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  • Free and Reduced Meal Applications

    Free and reduced meal applications are now available at If you have never filled out a meal application, just click on “Create a New Account.” Student eligibility status from the 2019-2020 school year will roll over only for the first 30 operating days of school or until a new application has been processed. It is important that households complete an application for the 2020-2021 school year as soon as possible. Households should allow 10 business days for application processing.

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  • Back-to-School Resources

    For a one-stop shop of back-to-school resources and information, visit Find the following information (and more):

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  • Summer Grab-and-Go Meals Extended

    Summer grab-and-go meals have been extended until August 11. School year grab-and-go meal information can be found here.

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  • Please click on the link below for Special Education updates.

    Updates in Special Education

    Actualizaciones en Educación Especial


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    New AP exam backup email submission guidelines.  Beginning Monday, May 18 and continuing through the makeup window, there will be a backup email submission process for browser-based exams.  Please click here for more information:


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  • SAT Information
    The March and May SAT exams have been cancelled and refunds will be issued to students.  The College Board will be announcing the status of the June SAT in the coming weeks and will also be providing information about additional test dates.  Free online practice tests and personalized learning tools are available for students on the College Board website. 

    (Updated 4/7) The College Board is encouraging students to prepare for future SAT testing opportunities through the online platform at Khan Academy

    (Updated 4/6) The College Board has announced that they will be unable to provide additional opportunities for students to take the SAT during the school day for the current school year.  The College Board is working to provide additional opportunities for students to take the SAT at school or outside of the school day when the situation allows.

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  • ACT Information
    April 4 test date has been moved to June 13.  Students registered for April 4 will receive an email from ACT that will include instructions on how to reschedule to the June 13 test date or another national test date.  There is no fee to reschedule. A free practice test is available on the website as well as free online test prep through the ACT Academy

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  • Dual Credit Information

    Dual credit deadlines previously announced have been suspended.  Students and parents should contact their campus counselor for information about registering for courses for the 20-21 school year.  

    Fall 2020 class registration is now open for students that have applied to Collin and completed permission forms with their counselor.  Students may be exempted from the requirement to take the Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSI-A). This exemption would be noted on the ‘Collin Permission Form’ that students received from their counselors.

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  • TSI-A

    For students taking a dual credit course for the first time in 2020-21, see Dual Credit update above.

    For graduating seniors: We are hopeful that an online testing format for the TSIA will be available for our students through Examity, a remote proctoring service.  We will know the status of this service sometime in early May. (Updated 4/22)

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