Community News

PISD Teachers of the Year

  Congratulations, Teachers of the Year! Plano ISD 2016 Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year, Erika Manning, Weatherford Elementary School instructional specialist, and Bryan Yee, Plano Senior High School mathematics teacher, respectively, were announced by Superintendent of Schools Dr.

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Richland College Unveils Innovative ‘Technology, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Center’ On Campus

The Richland College Technology, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (TEAM) Center had its grand opening on April 21st, advancing the college’s mission of teaching, learning and community building. The new TEAM Center also addresses the need to contribute to the growth

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Remembering Josiah

  Recently, our Plano community suffered an inconceivable tragedy – the murder of a mom, Stacy Fawcett, her 17-year-old son, Josiah, a strapping, lovable friend to all who knew him, and the suicide of her other son, McCann, 19, who

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The Family Place Announces Partners Card 2016 Co-Chairs

The Annual Shopping Event Will Be Held October 28 – November 6, 2016 The Family Place is excited to announce that Elizabeth Dacus, Jane Rozelle and Samantha Wortley will serve as co-chairs of its annual shopping fundraiser, Partners Card 2016,

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A Pet Project

Watters Creek Animal Adoptions by Tricia White You know the old saying, “A dog is man’s best friend.” Truth be known, research shows that owning a pet can help you live longer and help prevent depression. Who doesn’t love cradling

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Nominees Announced for The 5th Annual Dallas Summer Musicals High School Musical Theatre Awards

Michael A. Jenkins, President and Managing Director, Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc. (DSM); John R. Clutts, Chairman, The 5th Annual DSM High School Musical Theatre Awards (HSMTA) and Tracy Jordan, HSMTA Program Manager, announced the nominees for The 5th Annual High

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Kendra Scott Grand Opening at Watters Creek

The Big Designer Brings her Brand to Watters Creek by Karyn Brodsky Kendra Scott knows well that “Everything is bigger in Texas.” Once referred to as “Texas’ best kept secret,” Kendra Scott has taken the fashion world by storm with

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Toyota Family Learning Program at PISD

Unique Partnership with Toyota and National Center for Families Learning Benefits Literacy As seen on PISD.edu A national two-generation family learning program that aims to provide a solution to the educational challenges facing low-income and ethnically diverse families was recently

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17-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Student Earns Byron Nelson Award

Justin Thompson, a 17-year-old senior at Trinity Christian Academy (TCA), recently became the youngest golfer to be granted the Northern Texas PGA (NTPGA) Byron Nelson Award. This award is given to someone who displays extraordinary sportsmanship, shows great respect for the game

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