Plano

ISD

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Plano

ISD

  • Haggard Middle School front entrance

  • Campus Information

    Assistant Principals: 

    Brooks Baca

    Linda Washington

    Counselors: 

    Pam Degges

    Ashley Ek

    Ariadne Pereira

    School Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    Enrollment: 910

    School Colors: Red, white and blue

    Mascot: Eagles

    Motto: Haggard eagles: flight to excellence.

    Year Opened: 1974

    Feeder Schools:

  • Haggard Middle School Principal Julie-Anne Dean

  • Julie-Anne Dean
    Principal

  • Contact Campus

    Phone: (469) 752-5400
    Fax: (469) 752-5401
    Address: 
    2832 Parkhaven Drive
    Plano, TX 75075

  • AchievementsTEA Exemplary school (2009-10); U. S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School of Excellence (1999-00); Texas Honor Orchestra; UIL Sweepstakes for orchestra, choir and band; regional science fair winners; Texas Successful School award; Texas Honor Band; Keep Plano Beautiful award; award for Academic Excellence from The National Center for Educational Accountability; TMEA Full Orchestra (2006); Readers Choice award; Plano Star Courier Best Public School in Plano (2007-08); undefeated City Champs speech team (2009-10); undefeated City Champs seventh-grade girls volleyball (2009-10); One Act Play winners (six consecutive years); First Division Sweepstakes State UIL Site Reading Festival; 2010 Exemplary Band Program award presented by the Texas Bandmasters' Association; Dallas Regional Science & Engineering Fair (DRSEF) first place prize and special awards (2013-16); Texas State Science & Engineering Fair (TXSEF) competitor; first place winners - Theatre UIL One-Act Play competition (2015-16).

    Campus ProgramsAcademic teaming; anime club; athletics; tutorials; counseling; Peer Assistance Leadership (PAL); English as a Second Language (ESL); PASP; special education; Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; National Junior Honor Society; deaf education program; STAND (Students Taking Action Not Drugs); multicultural committee; Math Counts; Whiz Quiz; student council; speech & drama club; cheerleading; student library advisory board; student recognition program; community service projects; photography club; Texas Historians participated in Austin competition; HOPE (Helping Other People Everywhere); and Girls on the Run-Heart & Sole.

    Parent Involvement OpportunitiesPTA; volunteers for office, library, clinic, classroom and school store; School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC), and Career day.

    Community/Business PartnershipsTom Thumb.

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