Assistant Principal: Cody Gibson
Counselor: Barbara York
School Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
School Colors: Blue and white
Motto: Respectful, repsonsible and ready!
Year Opened: 1972
Phone: (469) 752-1000
Fax: (469) 752-1001
2701 Parkhaven Drive
Plano, TX 75075
AchievementsDiversity Leadership award winners - Hands in Harmony choir (2010); Title I Distinguished Performance award (2007); National Blue Ribbon school (1993-94); and Plano ISD Education Foundation Educator Grant winners; Stock Market Game second place winners (2015); T.A.P.E.D. Outstanding Principal (2016).
Campus ProgramsThird-, forth- and fifth-grade Word Masters; third- and forth-grade Coding club; forth- and fifth-grade Math club "Mathematicians of Davis"; forth-grade Safety Patrol; fifth-grade Friends as Morning Greeters; Bilingual Program; R Time curriculum; Collin County Adventure camp (fifth-grade); English as a Second Language (ESL); Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; Hands in Harmony Sign Language Choir; Plano Regional Day School Program for the Deaf (PRDSPD); Positive Behavior Supports school-wide discipline program; Signed Exact English II classes for the Community; student council; and Title I services.
Parent Involvement OpportunitiesVolunteer opportunities: library, teacher workroom, and various other campus events – Field Day, classroom projects, Veteran's Day assembly, class and parties. We have an active PTA that provides us with fun family activities run by volunteers.
Community/Business PartnershipsStudents from Plano Senior High School work with teachers and students to gain classroom experience and to learn about the education career field.
History of Davis
Olney Davis, the son of Robert and Pauline Davis, was born on February 17, 1857, in Waxahachie, Texas. After graduating from the University of Illinois, Mr. Davis came to Collin County to oversee his father's agricultural interests. In 1881, Mr. Davis married Effie Mathews, daughter of two early Plano pioneers, Benjamin F. Mathews and Mary Ann Yager Mathews. Seven years later, in 1888, Olney and Effie moved to Plano.
Olney Davis and his family were members of the First Christian Church and Mr. Davis was very active in Plano. His credentials include: original director, organizer and vice-president of the Plano National Bank; two term mayor of Plano; first official president of the Plano School Board; organizer and president of the Farmers and Merchants National Bank; instrumental organizer and president of the Farmers Gin Company; instrumental organizer and president of the first Plano Lumber Company; alderman of Plano and president of the Texas Ginners Association. Olney Davis served as president of the Farmers and Merchants National Bank from 1901 until his death in 1922. His son Robert A. Davis, became president after his father's death.
Plano in the early 1900's was a farming community and Mr. Davis worked tirelessly to provide the services necessary to meet the needs of the community.