Cody Weaver

Cody Weaver Cody Weaver, Public Figure Cody Weaver, Plano ISD School Board Trustee, Place 7

Plano ISD Adopts School Marshal Program, Amid Reservations"Conspicuously absent from each Board member’s commentary was ...
08/12/2023

Plano ISD Adopts School Marshal Program, Amid Reservations

"Conspicuously absent from each Board member’s commentary was an explicit endorsement for armed security across all campuses. Although the Board’s unanimous 7-0 vote established the School Marshal Program, it transpired with an undercurrent of reluctance, offering limited acknowledgment of the forthcoming enhancement in student safety and security."

In the wake of my recent public comment, Board President Nancy Humphrey refuted any “implication that Plano ISD has not planned or budgeted for House Bill 3 and that [they] have somehow neglected t…

Religious liberty is constantly under attack. “The good news is that when First Liberty answers the call to defend peopl...
08/11/2023

Religious liberty is constantly under attack. “The good news is that when First Liberty answers the call to defend people of faith from these attacks, we regularly succeed.”

The City of Beverly Hills is harassing Rabbi Levi Illulian for inviting guests into his home to worship on the Jewish Sabbath. We sent a letter explaining the home is one of the most sacred and protected spaces for the free exercise of religion.

After Weeks of Concealment, The Resolution is PublicWithout discussion, deliberation, or public comment, your Bond funds...
08/10/2023

After Weeks of Concealment, The Resolution is Public

Without discussion, deliberation, or public comment, your Bond funds are being spent irresponsibly.

At the June 20th, 2023, Board Meeting, all seven School Board Trustees unanimously voted to delegate authority to the Superintendent or designee to negotiate, finalize and execute a purchase and sa…

According to Plano ISD Trustees, the Safety of Your Student Is Too High a Price to PayIf you look at the district's home...
07/21/2023

According to Plano ISD Trustees, the Safety of Your Student Is Too High a Price to Pay

If you look at the district's home page (https://www.pisd.edu/Page/1), you will find district announcements about the Plano ISD Job Fair; how to address questions, compliments, or concerns; and information about back-to-school events. If you click the news link (https://www.pisd.edu/domain/293), you will see an article about new principal appointments and awards received by Plano ISD by the National School Public Relations Association. On the district's page, similar posts can be found.

You won’t find, however, any notice of the Tuesday, July 18th, 2023, Special Called Meeting. No posts, no emails to parents or community members. No, this was not the type of meeting the Board and Superintendent wanted you to know about until it was over and the opportunity for Public Comments had passed.

Kevin Keating, Chief for Safety and Security Operations, presented a report to the Board by Administration regarding the new security personnel and safety requirements under House Bill 3 of the 88th Regular Texas Legislative Session. His presentation can be found here: (https://pisd.diligent.community/document/57af10e7-a09b-4046-9867-bdd74ec9bd69/).

Section 10 – Armed Security Officers Requires states, “Sec. 37.0814. ARMED SECURITY OFFICER REQUIRED. (a) The board of trustees of each school district shall determine the appropriate number of armed security officers for each district campus. The board must ensure at least one armed security officer is present during regular school hours at each district campus.” (https://capitol.texas.gov/tlodocs/88R/billtext/pdf/HB00003F.pdf)

The board may claim a good cause exemption from the requirement if the district’s noncompliance is due to the availability of: Funding; or Personnel who qualify to serve as a security officer described by subsection (a). The board of trustees of a school district that claims a good cause exemption under Subsection (c) must develop an alternative standard with which the district is able to comply, which may include providing a person to act as a security officer who is: a school marshal; a school district employee; or a person with whom the district contracts.

Currently, the Elementary Schools, Early Childhood Schools, Adult Transition Center, and Bird Center/Inspire Program have NO dedicated School Resource Officers (SROs) on-site during the school day. Currently, all SROs employed by Plano ISD are Plano, Dallas, or Murphy Police Officers.

To bring the district into compliance with HB3, an additional 49 Armed Security Officers are needed.

Here is where things get murky. The Plano ISD administration reported to the Board of Trustees that HB3 provides $1.1 million, but the district will still be short approximately $3 million to cover ALL campuses. The district fails to mention whether there is a current budget deficit for the SROs already employed on the secondary school campuses and what the variable fiscal impact is when comparing the cost of SROs, School Marshals, and Armed Private Security.

In fact, when given the opportunity to ask a question or make any comment regarding student Safety and Security, the Board had nothing to say at all. (https://planoisdtx.new.swagit.com/videos/267251) Not one Trustee had the inclination to ask CFO Johnny Hill about the financial impact of the $0.28 per average daily attendance. The profound lack of interest in this topic and stunning silence of the Trustees should be troubling to us all.

Chief Keating advised the Board that district administration believes fully trained on-duty police officers (SROs) are the best option if the personnel allow it; however, it has been determined that this is not currently feasible. Why this option is not feasible and who decided it was not feasible is unknown. Not a single Trustee or administrator showed interest in asking what could make the best option, SROs, feasible. Before going into Closed Session, it was suggested that pursuing the School Marshal Program seemed the best available option.

Upon returning from Closed Session, more than three hours later, Board President Nancy Humphrey communicated that the options provided in House Bill 3 are “not necessarily feasible in a realistic timeframe for September 1 implementation.” She went on to say: “The Board has begun the discussion and given direction to the administration to continue with their study of this.” Kicking the can down the road to presumably the August 8th Board Meeting, the Board hopes to have more guidance from the state on how to move forward.

Throughout her recent campaign, Katherine Chan Goodwin said, “Our children’s safety and education must be a trustee’s highest priority.” As recently as May 2nd, 2023, Board President Humphrey said, “I think that safety is our number one priority” (https://youtu.be/XcAmjQsv0yo). After watching this twelve-minute Special Called Meeting, it doesn’t seem like this is the Board’s number one priority.

The Board's lack of action and notification regarding this meeting leaves much room for speculation. Does the Plano ISD Board of Trustees and District Administration oppose the measures put in place by HB3? None of the Trustees have publicly supported the measures put in place by HB3. We can put trained, armed good guys on every campus, eliminating the response time to a threat on campus. If they are not opposed to this, I invite them to voice their support for the bill and share their reasoning for delaying implementation.

Alas, rather than being proactive and taking action to protect our students by the first day of school, they want to wait until August with no guarantee they’ll take action then, either. Rather than solicit community input and keep parents involved, they provided no direct communication to parents regarding this very important topic. This law has been in the works since March, and the Board has had all Summer to address issues related to implementation.

For those parents who were expecting to see the positive effects of HB3 on their child’s campus by the first day of school and those parents who were expecting to finally have a dedicated SRO on their child’s campus, you will have to wait a little longer for Safety & Security to be a top priority in Plano ISD. Until then, their silence speaks volumes.

School Safety & Security. HB 3

07/20/2023

Plano ISD Trustees delegate away your voice. The Superintendent now governs

On Tuesday, June 20th, 2023, I attended the Plano ISD Public regularly scheduled Board Meeting. I addressed the Board as a concerned citizen and parent of two future Plano ISD students regarding Consent Agenda item 7.27 Approval of Capital Projects Consultant and Delivery Method and Consent Agenda item 7.57 Approval a Resolution Approving the Delegation of Authority to the Superintendent or Designee to Negotiate, Finalize and Execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement for the District for the Possible Construction of a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Facility. My remarks are in the video posted here, along with the Boards 7-0 vote to approve the Consent Agenda as presented, except for Consent Agenda item 7.63 Approval of Board Operating Protocols.

According to the Texas Education Code, Title 2. Public Education, Subtitle C. Local Organization and Governance, Chapter 11. School Districts, Subchapter D. Powers and Duties of Board of Trustees of Independent School District, Section 11.151 (https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/ED/htm/ED.11.htm):
(a) The trustees of an independent school district constitute a body corporate and, in the name of the District, may acquire and hold real and personal property, sue and be sued, and receive bequests and donations or other moneys or funds coming legally into their hands.
(b) Except as provided by Sections 39A.201 and 39A.202, the trustees as a body corporate have the exclusive power and duty to govern and oversee the management of the public schools of the District. All powers and duties not specifically delegated by statute to the agency or to the State Board of Education are reserved for the trustees, and the agency may not substitute its judgment for the lawful exercise of those powers and duties by the trustees.
(c) All rights and titles to the school property of the District, whether real or personal, shall be vested in the trustees and their successors in office. The trustees may, in any appropriate manner, dispose of property that is no longer necessary for the operation of the school district.

According to Plano ISD, the resolution that the Board of Trustees voted to approve in a unanimous 7-0 vote, states, “The Resolution presented to the Board for approval delegates authority to the Superintendent or designee to negotiate, finalize and execute a purchase and sale agreement for the District to acquire property for the possible construction of a CTE facility.” The Board comprises Trustees with Venture Capital, Accounting, Business Management, and Real Estate Investment backgrounds. Yet, they saw fit to abandon their duty, as outlined in Texas Education Code. Instead, they delegated their vote, their authority, and in their minds, their responsibility to an unelected career academic with no business or real estate background. That leads me to ask a few questions: who exactly governs this District? Who has oversight over these decisions? Most importantly, what duty, responsibility, or authority won’t these rubber-stamping politicians grant their Superintendent?

The action taken by the Plano ISD Board of Trustees on June 20th, 2023, is unprecedented in our District. It constitutes a great betrayal to the voters of Plano ISD, who count on their elected officials to represent them. For those that recall the April 7th, allow Superintendent Sara Bonser to make purchasing and other decisions without board approval; this is different. The authority granted to Superintendent Bonser during an unprecedented global pandemic was limited in scope, terminated when schools resumed normal operations and involved decisions that pertained to the daily operations of the school district. With Board oversight, this temporary authority could be revoked at any time. Also, the resolution granting this authority was publicly available in its entirety. So what are they hiding now?

I wish I could tell you what the resolution said beyond what the Consent Agenda item title and description say, but I can’t. The Superintendent and Board President, Nancy Humphrey, have decided the Public does not need to know what the Trustees voted on until long after they vote on it. They are deliberate and unapologetic about minimizing any form of meaningful Public Comment and count on your apathy or ignorance to continue their unmistakable pattern of quelling dissent. By giving the Superintendent sole authority to purchase property, they have successfully prevented any community input on the location of the CTE Center.

I am concerned, and you should be too. There has been a one-way abdication of authority and responsibility in Plano ISD. The delegation of powers specifically meant for seven Trustees to share and act as a Body Corporate has been delegated to a single career academic and quintessential bureaucrat, Superintendent Dr. Theresa Williams. From setting the agenda for Board Meetings (Policy BE(LOCAL) Board Meetings) to channeling all legal inquiries through the Superintendent (Policy BDD(LOCAL) Board Internal Organization: Attorney). From managing the undocumented and unlimited power of administrative regulation (Policy BP(LOCAL) Administrative Regulations) to imposing policy and regulations on Booster Clubs that violate IRS recommended guidelines for 501(c)(3) organizations (Policy GE(LOCAL) Relations with Parent Organizations.

Granting the Superintendent authority to purchase property for a CTE center presents another issue with significant budget and debut implications. Consent Agenda item 7.27 Approval of Capital Projects Consultant and Delivery Method would approve an architecture firm to begin plans to Replace Haggard Middle School. As I said in my Public Comment, “The central cluster is the only cluster with five middle schools, and none of them are at capacity.” The fiscally responsible decision in this situation is to consolidate Haggard Middle School into the four other middle schools and use that site for the future CTE center. With multiple campuses across the District currently at 50%-75% enrollment, now is the time for difficult decisions that will maintain the fiscal integrity of our District. Rather than govern and exercise their authority on your behalf, your elected Trustees have decided to be derelict in their duties and have an unelected bureaucrat make the decisions for you.

This last part is for the Trustees. Maybe you disagree with my assessment. I may be missing something because the District does not post meeting presentations and resolutions before the meeting (or after). I invite you to correct the record and tell me what I got wrong here. While you’re at it, I challenge you to answer two simple questions. Who proposed that resolution, and who approved it on the Consent Agenda? Do you remember what they teach you at TASB and all the other School Board indoctrination training? “STAY IN YOUR LANE!”. You are a Trustee, not an administrator. Your job is governance. The Superintendent is responsible for the day-to-day opinations and management of the district. From where I stand, the only thing the current Board offers is the mere illusion of governance. Change my mind.

Plano Star Courier is pushing critical theory and this example comes courtesy of Plano Independent School District. If y...
07/17/2023

Plano Star Courier is pushing critical theory and this example comes courtesy of Plano Independent School District. If you are wondering why parents are advocating for school choice, look no further.

William Dai is a recent graduate and salutatorian for Plano West Senior High School. In his speech to fellow graduates, he encouraged them all to be "fiercely themselves."

This seems like an interesting approach to a highly nuanced issue. What do you think?
07/16/2023

This seems like an interesting approach to a highly nuanced issue. What do you think?

Richardson ISD is exploring a program requiring students to seal their cellphones in magnetically locked bags during school hours to prevent use. Although...

If you haven't seen it yet, please find the time. It is well worth the watch.
07/16/2023

If you haven't seen it yet, please find the time. It is well worth the watch.

Sound of Freedom, based on the incredible true story, shines a light on even the darkest of places. After rescuing a young boy from ruthless child traffickers, a federal agent learns the boy’s sister is still captive and decides to embark on a dangerous mission to save her. With time running out, ...

If you can’t afford the stadium, you shouldn’t have built it. Corporate sponsorship is just a short term solution to a m...
06/20/2023

If you can’t afford the stadium, you shouldn’t have built it. Corporate sponsorship is just a short term solution to a much larger financial problem. What if the DailyWire wants to sponsor the 50 yard line. What if Planned Parenthood wants to sponsor the goal post. Where do you draw the line? Schools are taxpayer-funded. If HEB wants to donate $75,000 out of the kindness of their heart, fine by me. I think the advertising is the problem. What do you think?

https://www.facebook.com/100064624996608/posts/658380432992784/?mibextid=cr9u03

The Texas grocer will pay the district a total of $75,000 in exchange for advertising on the main scoreboard and signage.

If you have the time, I'd love to get the chance to say thank you. Stop by the Plano ISD Administration Building at 5PM ...
05/12/2023

If you have the time, I'd love to get the chance to say thank you. Stop by the Plano ISD Administration Building at 5PM on Tuesday for a short farewell from the outgoing Trustees.

Win or lose, I am grateful for all of the support I’ve received from family, friends, and neighbors. None of this would ...
05/06/2023

Win or lose, I am grateful for all of the support I’ve received from family, friends, and neighbors. None of this would be possible without the support and encouragement of my beautiful wife Marny Itzkowitz Weaver! Thank you for always being my sounding board and playing devils advocate when I need it.

05/06/2023
Tomorrow, let’s vote! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
05/05/2023

Tomorrow, let’s vote! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Saturday, May 6, is Election Day.

Voters may vote at Election Day vote center locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. A link to the Collin County Elections Results webpage is provided for anyone wanting to follow results throughout election night. The combined accumulated report will be posted to the district’s website and social media accounts. Note that election results are not final until canvassed.

Plano ISD School Board Election information: https://tinyurl.com/mrxdkv86
🗳 Voting center locations: https://tinyurl.com/yc4tmwey
📊 Results: https://tinyurl.com/yc4tmwey

Values always come first! 🇺🇸🇮🇱🕍🕎✡️All the respect to FRC TRIGON 5990! כל הכבוד
05/04/2023

Values always come first! 🇺🇸🇮🇱🕍🕎✡️
All the respect to FRC TRIGON 5990
! כל הכבוד

Among the few teams advancing to the final playoffs at this year’s FIRST Robotics Championship in Houston was an Israeli high school robotics team from Modi’in, Israel, who had previously won Israel’s national competition. However, they withdrew from the competition the day before the finals a...

House Bill 3 has passed and moved on to the Senate. I pray they will act swiftly and fully fund every Texas School Distr...
05/04/2023

House Bill 3 has passed and moved on to the Senate. I pray they will act swiftly and fully fund every Texas School District to have armed security or school resource officers at EVERY campus. I made a similar request at the March 19th and May 2nd Board meetings.

School Safety & Security. HB 3

Thank you to everyone who showed up for one last round of block walking!
05/04/2023

Thank you to everyone who showed up for one last round of block walking!

Today is the last early voting until 7 PM.🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸Election day is Saturday, May 6, 7 AM to 7 PM.
05/02/2023

Today is the last early voting until 7 PM.
🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
Election day is Saturday, May 6, 7 AM to 7 PM.

First time voter alert, Semida Voicu’s son! Thanks, Andrei!
05/01/2023

First time voter alert, Semida Voicu’s son! Thanks, Andrei!

04/29/2023

Beautiful weather while block walking in precinct 141 

"A yes-no question involved whether student athletes who were born male but identifying as female should be allowed to c...
04/29/2023

"A yes-no question involved whether student athletes who were born male but identifying as female should be allowed to compete on girls’ sports teams.

Jubenville, Weaver, Turner-Carrigan, Lantz, Ortega, Cook and Ishaq said “no,” while Goodwin and Salinas said “yes.”"

https://murphymonitor.com/2023/04/26/forum-features-pisd-candidates/?fbclid=IwAR1rgRjcPszdzDuavHMtDKhTm3zEigAKr6rx6NZwFgVm6M4lMFzdYh4yL14

All nine candidates for the Plano Independent School District Board fielded questions at a voter information forum in the Murphy City Council Chambers. Organizer Maggie Whitt presented questions at the Monday, April 17, event. The participants included Place 4 contenders Margaret Turner-Carrigan, Ta...

"If re-elected, I will uphold parental rights through policy. I recently submitted revisions for adoption to six Plano I...
04/27/2023

"If re-elected, I will uphold parental rights through policy. I recently submitted revisions for adoption to six Plano ISD local policies to promote transparency, increase accountability and reduce bureaucratic hurdles that stifle parents' access to appropriate due process. I am committed to providing Plano ISD students with the best curriculum, library and instructional materials, free of political bias. Lastly, I will support effective discipline management strategies to address behavior issues in the classroom."

Learn more about the candidates running for Place 7 on the Plano ISD board of trustees ahead of the May 6 election.

I am thankful for his leadership and endorsement. Let's hear it for Collin County Judge Chris Hill!!!
04/26/2023

I am thankful for his leadership and endorsement. Let's hear it for Collin County Judge Chris Hill!!!

"A detailed plan to move Plano ISD into the next five to 10 years was presented to trustees at the April 18 school board...
04/25/2023

"A detailed plan to move Plano ISD into the next five to 10 years was presented to trustees at the April 18 school board meeting."

A detailed plan to move Plano ISD into the next five to 10 years was presented to trustees at the April 18 school board meeting.

Early voting is April 24-May 2 Election Day is May 6
04/24/2023

Early voting is April 24-May 2
Election Day is May 6

I proudly accept the endorsement of my friend and colleague, Trustee Dr. Heather Wang.
04/24/2023

I proudly accept the endorsement of my friend and colleague, Trustee Dr. Heather Wang.

Another huge endorsement announcement! I am honored to have Representative Matt Shaheen endorse me for Plano ISD School ...
04/23/2023

Another huge endorsement announcement! I am honored to have Representative Matt Shaheen endorse me for Plano ISD School Board, Place 7.

I had the brief joy of seeing my wife’s grandmother, Alli, at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum while touring...
04/23/2023

I had the brief joy of seeing my wife’s grandmother, Alli, at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum while touring with Plano Independent School District. She was old school. She always said “you gotta do what you gotta do”. Her generation was truly the greatest.

I believe Public Education needs to be fully funded. We also need to have a conversation about what that means. Ultimate...
04/22/2023

I believe Public Education needs to be fully funded. We also need to have a conversation about what that means.

Ultimately, does more money mean better student outcomes?

I am proud to announce that Anthony Ricciardelli , City of Plano City Council Member Place 2, has endorsed me for Plano ...
04/22/2023

I am proud to announce that Anthony Ricciardelli , City of Plano City Council Member Place 2, has endorsed me for Plano ISD School Board Place 7!

“Many new challenges have presented themselves over the past four years,” Weaver said. “With four years of experience as...
04/21/2023

“Many new challenges have presented themselves over the past four years,” Weaver said. “With four years of experience as a trustee, I am uniquely qualified to propose policies and accountability measures that improve student outcomes, uphold parental rights, and support classroom teachers.”

Three candidates are running for Place 7 on the Plano ISD Board of Trustees.

I am honored to be endorsed by Shelby Williams, Plano City Council - Place 5
04/21/2023

I am honored to be endorsed by Shelby Williams, Plano City Council - Place 5

04/20/2023
Below are a few highlights from the Richardson ISD magnet school page. I have also included my notes highlighting the ne...
04/17/2023

Below are a few highlights from the Richardson ISD magnet school page. I have also included my notes highlighting the need for a Classical Academy option in Plano ISD. If you are interested in Plano ISD offering a Classical Academy option, please consider speaking at the Public Comment Session at the beginning of the meeting. You will have opportunities to voice your opinion with this item on the agenda at the April 18th, April 19th, and May 2nd Board Meetings. I hope to see you there! You can sign up for Public Comment online on the day of the meeting from 8am-5pm.

Overview:
Historically, magnet schools have served as high-quality educational solutions to challenging community issues across the nation. Fundamentally, magnet schools share two characteristics: they accept students from across various attendance boundaries, and they enhance programs and extend specific curricula to attract families to the school. Possible goals include:
• raising the overall performance of schools,
• improving the balance among schools,
• attracting neighborhood students from private and charter schools
• reducing overcrowding in neighborhood schools, and
• providing enhanced programs and extended curricula.

Benefits:
Magnet schools benefit the whole Plano ISD community of schools.
• They provide families with additional options on-par with charter and private school programs.
• They meet customer expectations, thus keeping public schools viable in the expanding education marketplace.
• They challenge non-magnet neighborhood schools to promote themselves in healthy competition.
• They increase fiscal responsibility as districts implement innovative ideas magnets keep limited resources focused on results.

Frisco Founders Classical Academy is at full capacity, and they have a waitlist of over 2000 students. For kindergarten alone, they have a waitlist of 518. The kindergarten waitlist for Prosper Founders Classical Academy is 402. There is high demand for additional Classical Academy options in Plano ISD, Frisco ISD, and Prosper ISD. We have a chance to fill that educational void.

Wyatt Elementary School is currently at 50% capacity and 44% functional capacity. Skaggs Elementary School is at 59% capacity and 51% functional capacity. They both feed into Rice Middle School, which is at 81% capacity but is expected to be at 63% capacity in the next five years. This would make for an excellent Classical Academy feeder pattern. Jasper High School is currently at 60% capacity and trending down. The best place for this classical academy to finish, based on capacity, would be Plano Senior High School.

We can also consider Dooley and Meadow Elementary Schools that feed into Armstrong, then McMillen, and finally Plano East Senior High. I am open to both locations but Plano East is already home to the IB program and we already have a magnet school program at a title one campus, Huffman Elementary School. Also, Skaggs and Wyatt are in close proximity to Classical Academy Charter Schools with long waitlists. Our goal, first and foremost, is to serve our Plano ISD students. If there is still excess capacity, I am confident that seats will be filled by Frisco ISD and Prosper ISD families that want a Classical Academy education for their children. This will have a positive financial impact on the district.

For reference, Frisco Founders Classical Academy is 8.7 miles from Wyatt Elementary. Prosper Founders Classical Academy is 11.5 miles from Wyatt Elementary. Dooley Elementary is 18.9 miles, and Meadows Elementary is 19.2. miles from Frisco Founders Classical Academy. The distances are similar for Prosper Founders Classical Academy. Proximity matters.

The Classical Academy educational model is in high demand. The question is, will Plano ISD step up and provide the educational opportunities our families desire?

🗣Calling all Plano ISD graduating seniors interested in STEM.
04/16/2023

🗣Calling all Plano ISD graduating seniors interested in STEM.

🗣Calling all Plano ISD graduating seniors interested in STEM:

Applications are now open for the 2023 STEM Signing Day presented by The Boeing Company and Powered by Tallo App. All 2023 Plano ISD graduating seniors who plan to attend a two-year or four-year college or university and pursue a program or degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) are eligible to apply. Applications are due May 3, 2023.
For more information please view the application ⬇️.
https://tinyurl.com/45jtm4h5

My closing thoughts at the recent Forum
04/15/2023

My closing thoughts at the recent Forum

Plano ISD Forum - Rotary Plano

April 4 Board Meeting - PSAT
04/14/2023

April 4 Board Meeting - PSAT

PSAT - A Path to College Readiness

Push cards are going out all across Plano ISD. Please like, comment, and share these graphics to get the word out. I am ...
04/12/2023

Push cards are going out all across Plano ISD. Please like, comment, and share these graphics to get the word out. I am always available to answer questions! [email protected] or 214-336-4956

April 4 Board Meeting - FFAC(LOCAL) Wellness and Health Services: Medical TreatmentThe Fentanyl crisis is very real.  It...
04/11/2023

April 4 Board Meeting - FFAC(LOCAL) Wellness and Health Services: Medical Treatment

The Fentanyl crisis is very real. It does not discriminate based on physical boundaries, socioeconomic status, religion, race, color, or creed. Please educate yourself and your children on the Fentanyl crisis. Resources are available

https://www.pisd.edu/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=293&ModuleInstanceID=4433&ViewID=6446EE88-D30C-497E-9316-3F8874B3E108&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=118922&PageID=1722

https://www.dea.gov/onepill

https://youtu.be/YRZC-G45T8M

Administration of Opioid Antagonist Medication- Naloxone.

Happy Easter & Happy Passover
04/09/2023

Happy Easter & Happy Passover

April 4 Board Meeting, Academic Visioning conversation. Voicing my support for a Classical Academy in Plano ISD.
04/08/2023

April 4 Board Meeting, Academic Visioning conversation.

Voicing my support for a Classical Academy in Plano ISD.

Plano ISD Academic visioning and Classical Academy recommendation

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