Haggard Middle School
School Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
School Colors: Red, white and blue
Motto: Haggard eagles: flight to excellence.
Year Opened: 1974
Phone: (469) 752-5400
Fax: (469) 752-5401
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.
History of Haggard
Haggard Middle School was named after pioneer livestock dealer Clinton S. Haggard. Born in Kentucky in 1838, he came to Texas at the age of eighteen and married Nannie Kate Lunsford in 1859. Together they had nine children. Several of their children were educated at the Three-H Academy, which was constructed on Haggard property.
Mr. Haggard had vast land holdings and invested in stock, horses, and mules. He fought during the Civil War. Haggard himself was one of the backers of the Add-Ran College, which is now Texas Christian University. Some of his descendants have also served on the PISD board.
Haggard Middle School was completed in 1974 at a cost of $1.9 million with two additions, each in 1978 and 1995.