School Notes June 4-10 Hunt Elementary School

by | Jun 4, 2015 | Education

The Plano East Tennis team is offering two weeklong summer tennis camps starting the first week of summer, from 8-11 a.m. June 8-12 at the East courts. The second camp is Aug. 3-7. It is open to anyone 8-16 years old. The camp offers daily prizes, a refreshment break with trivia and a t-shirt. To sign up, visit highpointtennis.com click on classes, then summer campus then choose the camp at Plano East. For more information, contact coach Don Allen at [email protected].

The Plano Principal Association will host the annual PPA golf tournament Friday, June 19 at Ridgeview Ranch. The registration cost is $85, which includes golf with cart, lunch and prizes. For more information, contact Cynthia Hentges and [email protected].

Murphy Middle School

Parents must pick up their child’s medication from the nurse’s office before June 6. If there is no possible way to come up to the school by then, call 469-752-7009 to arrange to pick up the medication. Unused medicine will not be sent home with a student.

McMillen High School

Any student with a lunch balance or unpaid library fine or missing book will be denied a VOE driving form.

Plano East Senior High School

Yearbooks can be picked up in B4-201 for students who did no get theirs at the yearbook distribution event. Yearbooks are still available for $100 cash only. They will be sold at graduation rehearsal June 4 and graduation ticket distribution June 5.

The diving team is looking for students to join their sport. Students will report to Oak Point Pool with their physical on the first day of school. For more information, e-mail coach Bob Solow at [email protected].

Summer information

 

Online registration for Summer School 2015 is available for the following programs:

End of Course (EOC Summer School) – To register online, the parent must go to parent portal login and must have completed the student emergency information.  The counselor must have pre-approved the student for the courses. Online registration will be available beginning Monday, June 1.

High School Summer School – To register online, the parent must go to parent portal login and must have completed the student emergency information. The counselor must have pre-approved the student for the courses. Online registration will be available

beginning March 23.

 

PASAR

PASAR’s Summer Program is held Monday through Friday and includes weekly field trips, arts and crafts. Each Monday through

Thursday two hours of academic time is held to help maintain your child’s skills. Plano ISD certified teachers are available to

reinforce academic skills. Summer PASAR will begin June 15 and end August 7.

 

Summer Band & Orchestra Camp

The Plano ISD Fine Arts Department provides opportunities for summer music making for current middle school band and orchestra students. A variety of leveled student ensembles, as well as small ensemble experience is included. Plano ISD music staff, area instrumental specialists and outstanding clinician/conductors work with students daily. Visit k-12.pisd.edu for more information.

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