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Plano High School Graduation 2015

Come watch the Plano High School Graduation online here.

Plano High School Graduation Live Stream

Come watch our live streaming of the Plano High School 2015 graduation here.

EGJ Monarch Magic

EGJ Monarch Magic

Fifth graders at Emily G. Johns School presented Amy Hamilton with a sign designating the butterfly garden at the school as an official Monarch Waystation. After completing research projects on the monarch butterfly, the fifth graders decided to seek the official designation through Monarch Watch, an organization from the University of Kansas which the fifth…

Everyone Invited to “Salute to Service” Awards Ceremony

Everyone Invited to “Salute to Service” Awards Ceremony

The Plano School District will host its third annual “Salute to Service” awards ceremony on Monday, May 18th at 6 PM. The ceremony will honor Plano Premier Award recipients, Board of Education and staff retirees and service award achievements. An honorary diploma will also be awarded to long-time Plano resident, Lorene (Reenie) Barnes. All district…

Important Meeting for Parents of Special Education Students

Important Meeting for Parents of Special Education Students

Dear Parents, We have had multiple conversations with the Board of Education concerning the Oswego petition to withdraw from KCSEC.  The Oswego withdraw has had some implications for our District, so I wanted to invite you to a brief parent meeting on Tuesday, May 12th at 7 pm to discuss some assurances as well as…

EGJ Math and Science Spectacular

EGJ Math and Science Spectacular

On April 23, approximately 150 families attended the Math and Science Spectacular at Emily G. Johns. They were able to attend presentations by “real scientists”, compete in a trivia game called “Are You Smarter Than an EGJ Student?”, play various math games, and view oodles of incredible math and science projects done by students. They…

EGJ Superman Post-It Mural

EGJ Superman Post-It Mural

6th graders at Emily Johns spent a week using their problem-solving math skills to create a mural of Superman made solely out of post-it notes (1,156 to be exact).  Each student contributed by measuring, computing, graphing and placing 6 post-its each to the mural.  This was our contribution to the DC Comics world record breaking…

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