Plano West

Senior High

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Plano West

Senior High

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    We are looking forward to providing an opportunity for our seniors to come together and celebrate their high school years before graduation.

    Plano West Senior Prom will be held on June 3rd at Kimbrough Stadium.

    Seniors are allowed to purchase two tickets with their student ID.

    All seniors must adhere to the DRUG AND ALCOHOL FREE & COVID Safety Protocols PLEDGE.

    No guests are allowed over the age of 20.

    Ticket prices will increase by $5 if purchased on the day of the event.

    Ticket Link:

    PWSH Prom 2021 Flyer


    Tom Kimbrough Stadium

    Date & Time: Thursday, June 3 from 8-11 p.m.

    Dress Code:  Same as any typical prom

     Health and safety protocols:

    • All students self-screen upon entry.
    • Students will wear masks at all times.
    • Students will be provided with water stations.
    • Three feet spacing will be encouraged throughout the entire dance.
    • Students will sign an acknowledgment form to purchase tickets stating they will follow these safety protocols.


    In the event of inclement weather:

    The dance will be moved to the indoor student activity building on the student’s campus. (All four doors will be kept open for ventilation purposes in the student activity building.)




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  • US History EOC Exam 2021

    To Parents/Guardians of Plano West Senior High School Students:

    In order to plan appropriately, we are asking parents to complete the following survey  to indicate whether or not they plan on sending their child to school to take the U.S. History EOC exam. All testing will be done on campus, in person.

     Please respond by April 23, 2021 indicating your child’s participation in this exam. 


     The Texas Education Agency requires districts to administer the STAAR (State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness) program to students in grade 3 through high school. The STAAR program includes End-of-Course exams (EOCs) for specific high school courses. In order to participate in these assessments, students are required to do so in person. Each assessment is given during a specific window of time. The Texas Education Agency has given guidance to districts for administering the assessments this spring. For more information from the State, see TEA Spring 2021 Assessment Guidance. The table below indicates when the US History End of Course Exam will be given in May at Plano West.


    Who will take the US History Exam and When



    Learning Environment

    Students with the Last Name

    May 18

    Cohort A 11th grade

    Last Names


    Face to Face and School@Home

    Students Last Names A-Fi

    May 19

    Cohort B 11th grade

    Last Names


    Face to Face and School@Home

    Students Last Names M-Sh *(minus all APUSH digital testers from that alpha range)

    May 20

    Cohort A 11th grade

    Last Names


    Face to Face and School@Home

    Students Last Names FL-L

    May 21

    Cohort B 11th grade

    Last Names


    Face to Face and School@Home

    Students Last Name Si-Z *(plus APUSH digital testers last names M-SH)

    May 24-27

    Make up days

    Face to Face and School@Home

    Students who missed the exam on their scheduled date will be contacted by their counselor


    Please know that not participating in End-of-Course exams (EOCs) for high school courses does have implications for students since, under current law, students are required to perform successfully on EOCs to meet graduation requirements. Although many students may have future opportunities to take EOCs prior to graduation, we believe that it is critical for students to participate in EOCs at the conclusion of the course.

    As a district, we are committed to complying with federal and state laws relating to state assessments. We are also committed to providing the safest environment possible for students and staff on our campuses.


    We anticipate that students will be released around 1:00 pm and will follow the instructions below based on which category they fall in:



    School@home student

    Face to face student

    After the exam

    Allowed to leave once released from exam and will complete assignments for 5th, 6th, & 7th periods virtually

    Will attend periods 5, 6, & 7 Face to Face


    Can request a Grab and Go lunch

    Will attend B lunch


    Students that drive will be released to go home.


    Busses will leave at 1:30 pm for students needing bus transportation

    Will be dismissed at 4:15 and can either take the bus or their regular mode of transportation



     Todd Williams

    Associate Principal, C&I






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