Hendrick Middle School
Victoria Hines (8th grade)
Denise Menard (7th grade)
Sally Villani (6th grade)
School Hours: 8:25 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
School Colors: Black, gray and red
Motto: Failure is not an option.
Year Opened: 1987
Phone: (469) 752-5600
Fax: (469) 752-5601
7400 Red River Drive
Plano, TX 75025
AchievementsExemplary rating under the Texas AEIS accountability system 2007-09 school years. Band awards include: Symphonic band – Division 1 at Murchison Festival; sweepstakes for Concert 1 at UIL; Division 1 for Concert 2 at Sandy Lake Festival and Division 1 for Beginning Band at Sandy Lake Festival. Choir awards included: excellent rating for Tenor/Bass choir and superior rating for Treble Choir. Orchestra awards included: superior rating for the Advanced Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra in the UIL contests.
Campus ProgramsPrograms offered at Hendrick include: English as a Second Language (ESL); Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; special education; athletics; National Junior Honor Society; science / environmental club; Math Counts; Whiz Quiz; student council; yearbook; NOVA; Mock Trial; Geography Bee; Spelling Bee; cheerleading; science fair; Robotics; and career day.
Parent Involvement OpportunitiesThe Hendrick Parent / Teacher Association (PTA) supports campus programs and coordinates volunteer opportunites. PTA also sells school supplies and PE uniforms, volunteers throughout the school, grants "wishes" for the teachers, and serves on committees to support the school. Parents and community members are active participants in the School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC) who set goals for the school year and work to achieve those goals.
Community/Business PartnershipsHendrick maintains a local partnership with several local businesses.
History of Hendrick
Hendrick honors former PISD Superintendent Dr. H. Wayne Hendrick, a Collin County natuve who held that position 1961-91. After serving in World War II, Hendrick attended North Texas State University, earning his B.S., M.S., and Ed. D. there. Under his guidance as a Superintendent, the Plano school population grew from 1,335 students to more than 28,000.
Hendrick Middle School opened in 1987 as an elementary school (K-8) at a cost of $7.25 million; in 1990 it was converted to a middle school.