Shurandia Holden, Principal
From the Desk of Shurandia Holden
Hello Boggess Families,
Wow! It is hard to believe that we have one more week in this school year!
We are so proud of the effort and hard work of all of our students during the STAAR Assessment.
The 1st Graders did an awesome job last night. The performance was fantastic!
Our Pre-K students did a phenomenal job during the Pre-K Showcase today.
Please scroll below to see our schedule of activities for next week!
Don't forget to fill out the Intent to Return Form linked below. The district is asking that all families fill out this form for each student to indicate if they will be returning to PISD or leaving PISD. Just put in your child's ID number and the first 3 letters of their last name and push the TAB key and it will auto fill the rest of your student's information. Thank you for taking time to complete this.
Touching hearts and minds,
Returning next year? Moving? Let us know!
In order to help campus staff appropriately and schedule classes for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year, families are asked to complete an Intent to Return form online. Please complete the form as soon as possible since planning for the upcoming school year is already underway. If your family does not plan to return, families are asked to notify us as well since that information also helps with planning.
Thank you for your assistance in helping schools with planning for the upcoming school year.
Another school year is behind us, and time to prepare for the school year 2022-2023. You can download the forms before you go to your summer doctor appointment. Below are the instructions to get to the specific site and a list of what you will need for each type of medication.
To access the forms: Click the button above or
Go to PISD.edu
Click on the Students & Families tab at the top.
On the left side of the page click on Health Services
Click on Health Forms. Scroll down to find forms for the specific health concern you need.
For severe allergies where an Epipen and/or Benadryl is required to be kept at school: You need to get the doctor to fill out the Allergy Action Plan and Parents need to fill out the last few pages of the Action Plan as well as a Medication Authorization Form
For Asthma, where medication will be left at school: You will need to get a doctor to fill out the Asthma Action Plan and Parents need to fill out the last few pages of the Action Plan as well as a Medication Authorization Form.
For Diabetes, you will need to obtain a Diabetic Action Plan from your doctor at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. You will need to fill out a Medication Authorization Form for each of the medications you will bring to school (insulin, glucagon, etc).
For Seizures, with or without school medication: You will need to have the Doctor fill out the Seizure Action plan, and if you are going to be leaving emergency medication at school, you will need to fill out a Medication Authorization Form.
If you are bringing general medication to school, you will need to fill out a Medication Authorization Form.
Please remember that an adult must bring the medication into school. All medication must be in its original container. If the medication is a prescription, it must have a pharmacy label (including inhalers). The instructions on the bottle have to be exactly the way the medication is to be given. Samples and Non FDA approved Medication cannot be accepted.
Thank you for your assistance.
This year, the PISD counseling department is wanting to gain insight and information from parents regarding their school's counseling program. Please use the link in the image below to complete this anonymous needs assessment survey by April 15th! It will be very helpful in planning for next year!
Click here for information on PTA Programs and events. Order your school supplies for next year, information in the Post.
New Student Enrollment Information for 2022-2023 School Year
Online registration for new students to Plano ISDis open. Registration is for the 2022-2023 school year and is for all grade levels, except preK, which begins registration on April 4.
· New Student Enrollment (kindergarten-12th grade): Now Enrolling
· Head Start RoundUp: Now Enrolling
· PreK enrollment: Begins on April 4, 2022
Head Start: Appointment-only visits will be available from March 23-27. Head Start is located at 1600 Rigsbee Drive in Plano, TX 75074.
To register or for more information about Plano ISD enrollment, visit www.pisd.edu/enrollment.
Students currently in the district should not enroll. Annual registration occurs in the summer through Parent Portal.
Head Start Registration
Head Start is a federally funded program for Plano ISD children who are 3 or 4 years old by September 1 and whose families meet low-income guidelines. To assist families who might have questions about eligibility, Head Start is holding a round up event on March 21 from 8:30 a.m.-noon and 4 p.m.-7 p.m. and on March 22 from 8:30 a.m.-noon. Appointment-only visits will be available from March 23-27. Head Start is located at 1600 Rigsbee Drive in Plano, TX 75074. View this flyer for more information.
Head Start es un programa financiado por el gobierno federal para niños del Distrito Escolar de Plano que tienen antes del primero de septiembre 3 o 4 años y cuyas familias cumplen con el requisito de bajos ingresos. Head Start llevará a cabo un evento de registro los dias 21 y 22 de marzo. El 21 de marzo comenzara a las 8:30 a.m. hasta el mediodía y de 4:00 p.m. a 7:00 p.m. y el 22 de marzo comenzara a las 8:30 a.m. hasta el mediodía; estaremos ayudando a las familias con todas las preguntas sobre este proceso. Las visitas solo con cita estarán disponibles del 23 al 27 de marzo. Head Start está ubicado en 1600 Rigsbee Drive en Plano, TX 75074. Vea este folleto para obtener más información.
Yearbooks! Yearbooks! Yearbooks!
Hey Bengals get your 2021-2022 Yearbook!
Don’t miss out on the fun memories! Pre-order Here:
Approved volunteers are able to sign up for volunteer opportunities directly through the VOLY platform at plano.voly.org. Volunteers should be sure to select Boggess on their application in order to be eligible for volunteer opportunities. School selections can also be changed by the volunteer by logging into their account at any time.
If your child is going to be late, absent, or out of town please call the main school phone
469-752-4000 and choose option #3. (Remember to send a doctor’s note when you child is late because of an appointment.) It’s important that we know this information before the day begins, so we can locate missing children as soon as possible. The safety of the children is our utmost priority!
Dear Plano ISD Students and Parents,
Plano ISD’s Exploring Pathways to College and Careers web page launched and offers an overview and videos of the wide variety of opportunities for students to meet College and Career readiness standards that enable them to be future-ready citizens and leaders in the global workforce. The videos include Career and Technical Education Programs of Study options that can assist students in planning their four-year plan. Visit the site at www.pisd.edu/exploringpathways.
The Plano ISD Advanced Academics/College, Career and Military Readiness Team
Parent Education & Engagement Program “Lunch and Learn” Sessions for Parents
The Parent Education & Engagement Program (PEEP) will host 30-minute ”Lunch and Learn” parent sessions for Plano ISD families on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:15 p.m.-12:45 p.m. on Facebook Live.Please log on this Tuesday and Thursday to join Plano ISD Parent Educators and other parents to explore evidence-based, positive parenting strategies as a community.
Classes can be found HERE. Click on the month at the top of the page.
Special Education Lunch and Learn
The special education department will continue to offer Lunch and Learn sessions for parents this school year. Please help us share these opportunities with families who have children receiving special education services. Our first session will be held on October 19th at 12:15 and information can be found through this link: Lunch and Learn "Social Skills 24/7". The virtual session is being provided by Partners Resource Network and will provide families with strategies for teaching social skills in the home. Parents can register using the link provided.
I invite you to stay involved and informed. Below are several ways to stay connected:
- Register for our weekly eNews on your child’s parent portal
- Check our Boggess website at www.pisd.edu/boggess
- Follow us on Twitter at @BoggessBengals
- Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BoggessElementary
- Check your student's agenda daily
- Monitor your email for teacher communication
I strongly encourage all families to join PTA. Our PTA has a strong partnership with our school that benefits every child! The programs, volunteer support, family events and financial support are part of what makes Boggess great.
Thank you for sharing your child with us!