School Notes May 21-27 – Boggess Elementary School

by | May 21, 2015 | Education

The final day to submit box tops is Friday, May 22. A box inside the front doors will be available for drop off.

 

Field Day is scheduled for Friday, May 29 and volunteers are needed to help with the day’s activities. There are morning, afternoon and all day shifts. To sign up, visit membership toolkit and indicate which timeslot is desired. All volunteers must go through a background check with Plano ISD. The field day schedule is kindergarten through second grade from 8:30-11 a.m. and third through fifth graders from noon-2:30 p.m.

 

The library needs volunteers Thursday mornings from 7:50-10:30 a.m. Interested parties can contact Emily Wossum at [email protected].

 

Registration is underway for the Plano Enrichment Program. The PEP I program offers a variety of enrichment as well as review courses for kindergarten to fifth grade students including STEM, art, acting and sports classes. The program is scheduled for 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, June 15-July 9 at Memorial Elementary School and Bowman Middle School. Tuition is $150 for one two-hour course or $300 for the half-day program consisting of two courses. Free PISD school bus transportation is provided. For more information, visit pisd.edu/summerschool or call 469-752-8003.

 

Hunt Elementary School

Registration is underway for the Plano Enrichment Program. The PEP I program offers a variety of enrichment as well as review courses for kindergarten to fifth grade students including STEM, art, acting and sports classes. The program is scheduled for 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, June 15-July 9 at Memorial Elementary School and Bowman Middle School. Tuition is $150 for one two-hour course or $300 for the half-day program consisting of two courses. Free PISD school bus transportation is provided. For more information, visit pisd.edu/summerschool or call 469-752-8003.

 

Murphy Middle School

The eighth grade celebration is scheduled from noon-3 p.m. Friday, May 22 at PSA Murphy. The graduating class will celebrate together with eight sport courts and a turf field, DJ, photo booths, wii games, teacher challenges and more.

 

The last day to submit box tops is Friday, May 22. The front office will collect them.

 

 

Panther Preschool at Plano East Senior High School is now enrolling for the 2015-’16 school year. Students must be 3-4 years of age and potty trained. Classes are held from 8:30 a.m.-1:45 p.m. two or four days a week. Certified teachers, assisted by high school students, will focus on growth and development physically, emotionally, socially and in intellectual areas. For more information, visit elist.pisd.edu/eNews/0145_48_PESH_Preschool.pdf.

 

McMillen High School

 

All student medications held in the nurse’s office must be picked up by 1 p.m. June 5. No unused medication will be sent home with a student. This includes over the counter medications.

 

 

Plano East Senior High School

The Plano East 5K and Fun Run is scheduled for 5:30-8:30 p.m. May 30 at Plano East. The fee for the 5K is $30 and $20 for the fun run. To register, visit getmeregistered.com/Blackout5K.

 

The Plano East lady panther volleyball team will host their second annual Grass Bash Saturday, May 30 at the Plano East practice field.

 

The Plano East Senior High volleyball booster club will host its second annual Grass Bash Saturday, May 30.

 

To see a list of Plano East summer sport camps and tryouts, visit elist.pisd.edu/eNews/0011_28_McMillen_eNews_Special_Edition_05-06-2015.pdf.

 

For information on the Plano East boys and girls summer basketball clinics, visit elist.pisd.edu/eNews/0011_28_2015_PlanoEast_BOYSandGIRLS_BasketballCamp_Information.pdf.

 

For information on the Plano East summer football positions camp and passing academy, visit elist.pisd.edu/eNews/0011_28_2015_PlanoEast_FootballCamp_Information.pdf.

 

For information about the Plano panthers soccer clinic, visit elist.pisd.edu/eNews/0011_28_2015_PlanoEast_SoccerCamp_Information.pdf.

 

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