PISD Policies & Regulations – Plano ISD publishes a Student/Parent Policy Guide which contains a succinct review of some of the most commonly addressed areas of student conduct.
PISD ePay – PISD’s electronic card payment system for PASAR, athletic fees, school meals and fare busing.
PISD After School Care (PASAR) – PASAR is Plano ISD’s after-school care program for students in grades K-5, located on all elementary campuses. PASAR has 3 components to the program: after school care, holiday care and a summer program. The program is offered from 2:45 to 6:30 p.m. each school day, with holiday and summer care available at cluster sites. PASAR is a fee-based program offered after the curriculum and instructional school day.
PISD School Menus – The child nutrition breakfast and lunch program is designed to provide nutritious meals for growing children in our elementary (Prk-5) and secondary (6-12) schools.
PISD Telephone Directory – Complete telephone listing for PISD. You may search by name or campus.
eNews – eNews is a free e-mail newsletter service for parents, community members and students. Subscribers may sign up to receive e-newsletters from the district and individual schools. To subscribe, go to http://elist.pisd.edu/login.php then click on the “Elementary Schools” tab to select Wells.
Parent View – Check your child’s grades and attendance online.
Wells Elementary – School website for Wells Elementary.
Plano ISD – PISD’s website has a wide variety of resources for parents and students as well as staff.
Plano ISD Council of PTAs – This Council is the key link in the line of communication between the local, area, State, and National PTAs, as well as with the school administration and the general public.
Texas PTA Area 15 – Area 15 covers Richardson ISD, Collin County and Grayson County.
Texas PTA – PTA membership is as diverse as Texas is in cultures, education levels and parenting skills. By joining PTA, a member automatically becomes part of the largest child-advocacy organization in the state—over 630,000 strong across Texas.
National PTA – As the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation, National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) reminds our country of its obligations to children and provides parents and families with a powerful voice to speak on behalf of every child while providing the best tools for parents to help their children be successful students.
National Education Association – The National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA’s 3.2 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs.
Texas Education Agency – The Texas Education Agency is located in Austin, Texas and is the administrative unit for primary and secondary public education.