Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Breakfast prices are $1.10 for K - 12th Grade, and reduced priced breakfast is $.30. Lunch prices are $2.50 for K - 6th Grade, and $2.60 for 7th - 12th Grade, and reduced priced lunch is $.40 K - 12th Grade. In the event you wish to apply for free meals for the 2016-17 school year, an application is available below.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application and Fee Waiver
In the event you wish to apply for free meals for the 2016-17 school year, please fill out the Free and Reduced Lunch Application and Fee Waiver below and return to the District Office at 800 S. Hale Street. A new application must be filled out each year. You will be responsible for charges incurred until you receive notice that you qualify for free or reduced meals.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application and Fee Waiver - English
Free and Reduced Lunch Application and Fee Waiver - Spanish
Registration fees for the 2016-17 school year are as follows:
Kindergarten through 6th Grade: $120.00
7th and 8th Grade: $160.00
9th through 12th Grade: $200.00
Band Fee: $30.00
Drivers Education Fee: $250.00
Students that qualify for free lunch will be eligible to have their registration fees waived. Students that qualify for reduced lunch will be eligible to have half of their registration fees waived.
Student Fee Payment Contracts
If you are unable to pay your student's registration fees in full, please fill out a Fee Payment Contract located under the Parents & Students tab in the Forms & Information for Parents. Please send the completed Contract with your student to school, or send to the District Office at 800 S. Hale Street. For students to be eligible to participate in sports and extra curricular activities, registration fees must be paid in full or a Fee Payment Contract must be on file and payments must be paid by the designated due dates.
Fee Payment Contract - English
Fee Payment Contract - Spanish
Middle and high school students may purchase PE uniforms starting August 1st. Middle school students require a t-shirt ($10.00) and shorts ($10.00) and may be purchased in the middle school office.
High school students require a t-shirt ($10.00) and can wear any color mesh shorts or pants. T-shirts may be purchased in the athletic office at the high school.
Electronic Network Access Policy 6.235-AP1
Our School District has the ability to enhance your child’s education through the use of electronic networks, including the Internet. Our goal in providing this service is to promote educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and communication.
The District filters access to materials that may be defamatory, inaccurate, offensive, or otherwise inappropriate in the school setting. If a filter has been disabled or malfunctions it is impossible to control all material and a user may discover inappropriate material. Ultimately, parents/guardians are responsible for setting and conveying the standards that their child should follow, and the School District respects each family’s right to decide whether or not to authorize Internet access.
With this educational opportunity also comes responsibility. The use of inappropriate material or language, or violation of copyright laws, may result in the loss of the privilege to use this resource. Remember that you are legally responsible for your child’s actions.
Electronic Network Access Policy 6.235-AP1 - English
Electronic Network Access Policy 6.235-AP1 - Spanish
Plano Middle School Student/Parent Handbook
Middle School Student/Parent Handbook - English
Random Drug Testing - Plano Middle and High School Students Only
Plano Middle School, Plano High School, and Plano Community Unit School District #88 recognize that, nationally, alcohol and drug abuse by students has reached epidemic proportions. We also recognize that some Plano students who participate in extracurricular/voluntary activities have used and/or will experiment with alcohol, tobacco, and/or illegal drugs during their school years. Participants in extracurricular/voluntary activities who use illegal substances can be a danger to themselves and to others both in and out of the extracurricular activity.
In an effort to insure the health and safety of all extracurricular participants, to provide a legitimate reason for students to say “NO” to drug and alcohol use, and to provide assistance, resources, and support to those students who may be taking drugs, Plano Middle School along with Plano High School will conduct random drug testing for students involved in extracurricular/voluntary activities. This program is not designed to be punitive. It is designed to prevent drug, alcohol, and tobacco use; to educate students who are extracurricular/voluntary participants about the physical, mental, and emotional harm caused by drug, alcohol and tobacco use/abuse; to create and maintain a safe and drug-free environment for all students; and to assist students who are using drugs/alcohol in getting help when needed.
Please download the Parent Letters, School Policy, and the District's Extracurricular Code Agreement for more information.
Middle School Parent Letter - English
Middle School Parent Letter - Spanish
High School Parent Letter - English
High School Parent Letter - Spanish
School Drug Policy 7.240ap - English
School Drug Policy 7.240ap - Spanish
District's Extracurricular Code Agreement - English
District's Extracurricular Code Agreement - Spanish
Rush Copley Random Drug Testing Consent - English
Rush Copley Random Drug Testing Consent - Spanish
Plano High School - Vehicle Registration Form and Rules
All students who drive a vehicle to school, must fill out a Vehicle Registration Form and pay a $25.00 Parking Fee. Please download and complete the form, read the Conditions and Rules, and return the form, $25.00, and a vehicle insurance card showing that the student is insured to Mrs. Oleson in the Main Office.
Vehicle Registration Form