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our mission

To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

WAYS TO SUPPORT

Jackson PTA needs your help to fund field trips, programs, author visits and so much more! Your dues and donations benefits your students at Jackson. 

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Jackson Spirit Nights

Jackson PTA will be partnering with local businesses who will be donating a portion of proceeds to Jackson PTA!

Shop Jackson Spirit Wear!

Hats, shirts, face masks - represent your Jackson Jaguars in style!

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COVID-19 NEWS

​In these unprecedented times, we are all doing our part to ensure our parents and children receive the resources they need.

As of Tuesday, May 18, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-36 prohibiting governmental entities in Texas — including counties, cities, school districts, public health authorities or government officials — from requiring or mandating mask wearing. According to this Executive Order, public schools may continue to follow current mask-wearing guidelines through June 4. 

 

As such, existing COVID Health & Safety Protocols will remain in effect through the end of the 2020-21 school year. Effective June 1, 2021, Plano ISD will implement updated protocols. We have taken into account the significant drop in COVID cases among students and staff, the availability of vaccines, vaccination rates, and updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in making this decision. 

 

Please note the following updates, effective June 1:

  • Masks/face coverings will be optional indoors and outdoors

  • Social distancing will be maintained when feasible

  • Handwashing or use of hand sanitizer will still be expected throughout the day 

  • Individuals should consider their own vaccination status and COVID risk level when deciding whether or not to wear a mask.  

 

COVID vaccines have had a profound effect on lowering our case counts over the past several months. In an effort to ensure that eligible Plano ISD students (ages 12 and up) have access and are given the opportunity to be vaccinated, we are in communication with local hospitals and healthcare providers regarding plans to hold vaccine events. As plans are finalized, additional information will be provided