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Email Express for week of April 24

This is the 31st edition of Email Express, a communications tool utilized by Princeton Independent School District. This email is distributed weekly to keep you informed. Districtwide events are featured at the top, followed by a section for each campus to make information easier to navigate. In addition, we welcome suggestions on how we can improve our communications so feel free to email jcollins@princetonisd.net with your ideas.
 
We encourage you to follow the district Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date, as well. Follow @princetonisd on Twitter and like the Princeton Independent School District page on Facebook.
 
EARLY VOTING UNDERWAY
Early voting for the Princeton ISD bond election continues until May 2 in the PISD administration building. Voting booths will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m..
 
SCHOOLS CLOSED
Princeton schools and offices will be closed Friday, May 19, and Monday, May 22, since PISD did not need to use any bad weather days. Normal classes and office hours resume Tuesday, May 23.
 
FFA FISH FRY
The Princeton FFA Family and Friends are hosting a fish fry from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at the Caldwell Community Park to raise money for student projects. Cost is $10.
Former educators visit PHS.
FORMER EDUCATOR VISIT
Recently, seven former teachers and administrators of Princeton ISD toured the new high school expansion and shared stories over lunch. Mrs. Betty Benjamin organized the meeting with intentions on providing support for the school and community through the Former Princeton Educators Association. Their plans are to continue having social outings and finding ways to help the students of Princeton ISD. This year the group donated clothes to Harper Elementary.

Pictured are, from left, Mary Tillman, Larry Latham, Joan Chapman, Betty Benjamin, Janice Bohannon, Deborah Southard, Joyce Brown, Brenda Long and their former student and current assistant PHS principal Clint Sadler.
 
SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS
Princeton ISD is hosting several sports camps this summer. For a complete listing of all camps with dates, cost and contacts, click here. The registration form and payment to Princeton athletics should be returned to Lana Howell in the athletic office of the indoor facility.
 
MOTHER/SON DANCE
The PHS cheer program is hosting a mother/son dance from 7-9 p.m. May 6 in the PHS cafeteria. Cost is $20 per couple ($5 for each additional son). RSVP using the link below and mail payments to:

PHS
Attn: Cheer
1000 E. Princeton Dr 
Attn:Cheer 
 
 
RELAY FOR LIFE
The local Virtuous Ladies Association is hosting an American Cancer Society Relay for Life event in Princeton in October. The organization has partnered with Christ United Methodist Church of Princeton, PALS, cheer and Career Preparation for the event. They are also looking for additional teams, sponsors and volunteers. 

To sponsor or volunteer, email virtuouslady2015@gmail.com.
 
BOND ELECTION INFORMATION
Information about the bond election is posted on the district website. This includes an informational brochure, as well as a tax rate calculator.

Click here to access the informational brochure, which is available in English and Spanish.

Haga clic aquí para acceder al folleto informativo, que está disponible en inglés y español.

Click here to access the tax rate calculator to determine the proposed increase for your property taxes.

The Princeton ISD Board of Trustees called a bond election in the amount of $93.6 million for May 6 to fund projects that will handle the expected growth in the district.

Projects funded by this bond include:

- Expanding Jr. High #2 to 900 capacity during original construction.
- Constructing additional game field for 2 Jr. High schools.
- Building Elementary #5 and #6.
- Renovating Lacy and Godwin elementary schools.
- Repairing and replacing drives and parking.
- Turfing baseball and softball fields.
- Purchasing school sites for 5 new campuses.

The district emphasized keeping the financial impact to homeowners to a minimum. The increase in taxes will not be more than 5 cents per $100 valuation, which on an average home valued at $142,000 with a homestead exemption would be only $4.88 per month for an annual increase of $58.51.

FREE BASKETBALL CLINIC
The PHS basketball program is hosting a second free skills clinic from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, May 6, for boys and girls in 1st through 6th grades. Click here for more information. Sign-up is also available at the door.

TENNIS ACADEMY
The Princeton Tennis Academy is offering a second session this spring through May 20. Click here for information.
 
2017-18 CALENDAR
The PISD Board of Trustees approved the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year at the board meeting. Click here for a copy of next year's calendar.
 
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
PISD needs bus drivers for immediate openings.
-Guaranteed hours
-Starting at $14.50/hour
-Holiday fund offered
-$1,000 completion bonus
A CDL with a P&S endorsement preferred for this position.
Contact transportation department at 469-952-5400, ext. 2072.
 
SALON OPEN
The CATE Center cosmetology salon is open to the public from noon to 5 p.m. the first and third Thursdays of the month when school is in session. Services are provided by 2nd-year students of the program. The salon is not providing artificial nail services at this time. This will be added as students become experienced in the nail service.
 
In addition, the salon is open May 6 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
 
Click here for a list of services and prices.
 
Appointments are first-come, first-served. Call 469-952-5400, ext. 3068 (leave a message if no answer) or email tbullard@princetonisd.net for an appointment.
 
2016-2017 CALENDAR
Click here for the current 2016-2017 calendar.
 
MOBILE APP
To access the parent portal for grades and attendance from a mobile phone, log in to the parent portal for directions. The link for the parent portal is on the district website at www.princetonisd.net.
 
The new district ID is WBPSXG.

Princeton High School 

STATE CHAMPION
This past week the UIL academic team attended the UIL state meet. Results are:

Ivan Diaz won the State Championship in Headline Writing.
Yash Khaleque won second in Current Events.
Dakota Brunson won third in Computer Application.
Current Events team placed 3rd - team members include Chris Malhas, Taylor Dougherty, Ron Long, Alisha Pettis and Yash Khaleque.
Jordan Gilbert won fourth in Computer Application.

GRADES NOT ENTERED
Grades for the 6th six weeks at PHS cannot be entered until senior final GPAs and rank have been calculated. We appreciate the patience during this process.
 
FOOTBALL MEETING
There will be a meeting for parents of all incoming football players in grades 9-12 at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 4, in the PHS auditorium to provide information about the football program.
 
SPRING SPORTS BANQUET
The Athletic Booster Club is hosting the spring sports banquet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 17, in the PHS cafeteria to recognize soccer, track, golf, tennis, baseball and softball. Admission is free for athletes being recognized. Cost for family and friends is $7 and can be paid at the door.

ATHLETIC PHYSICALS
The school will conduct athletic physicals for next school year at the indoor May 24. More details to come.

CHOIR CONCERT
The spring choir concert is 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in the PHS auditorium.

REGIONAL TRACK QUALIFIERS
The boys track team competed in the Area meet and several have advanced to the Regional track meet at A&M-Commerce later this week. Area results are:

VARSITY BOYS Area Meet - 6th place 47 Points
100 Meter Dash
E.J. Iluobe 6th Place
400 Meter Dash
Lucas Delgado 6th Place
Elishah Harrison 8th Place
110 Hurdles
Elmer Cruz 6th Place
4x200 Relay
E.J. Ilube, Elishah Harrison, Alex Flores and Philip Mayfield 5th Place
4x400 Relay
Elishah Harrison, Lucas Delgado, Alex Flores, Steven Molina 3rd Place *REGIONAL QUALIFIER*
Long Jump
E.J. Iluobe 2nd Place *REGIONAL QUALIFIER*
High Jump
Bradley Torres 4th Place
Shot Put
Dylan Templeman 3rd *REGIONAL QUALIFIER*
Discus
Dylan Templeman 1st *AREA CHAMP* and *REGIONAL QUALIFIER*
Pole Vault
Kia Brinkerhoff 4th Place *REGIONAL QUALIFIER*
Austin Johnson 8th Place
 
FOOTLOOSE AUDITIONS
Auditions for the 2017 fall musical "Footloose" are May 17 in the PHS theater. Pick up audition packets in the theater or choir classrooms.

SCHOLARSHIPS POSTED
Several local scholarships are now posted on Naviance for current seniors, with more to come soon.
 
FFA HORSE JUDGING 
The following students competed in the FFA horse judging at state.
 
The Princeton horse judging team competed against 73 teams and 281 contestants placing 33rd in a tough contest.

Alex Adams placed 14th with a score of 426 points (there were 5 points between 5th and 14th place).

Ashley Bolding placed 54th with a score 413 points (there were 13 points between 54th place and 14th place).

Jeffery Deeds placed 227th.
 
FFA CONTEST RESULTS
The following students attended the Tarleton Area CDE contest.

Entomology team placed 10 out of 27 teams, placing 6th in district

Hannah McWhorter
Daniel Self
Emily Franck
Tristan Powers
 
Homesite team placed 6th with the top 5 teams advancing to state, placing 2nd in district

Matt Barch
John Gosnell
Mason Avila 
Kameron Green

Horse team placed 7th with the top 12 teams advancing, placing 3rd in district

Alex Adams
Ashley Bolding
Jeffery Deeds
Brendon Strickland
 
CAFE FRESH
Cafe Fresh is serving lunch at PHS Friday, April 28. Hot wings with seasoned fries and sweet tea or fruit punch is $5. A dessert of Oreo cupcakes is $1. Cafe Fresh is cash only.
 
ROUGHRIDERS GAME
The PHS Huddle of FCA is going to Night at the Ballpark in Frisco's Dr Pepper Ballpark to see the RoughRiders take on Corpus Christi Saturday, May 20. Tickets are $25 and include all-you-can-eat hot dogs, brats, chips, drinks and popcorn and a RoughRiders souvenir. Money is due to Jean Ann Collins. The bus will leave from PHS at 4 p.m. There will be a pre-game rally sponsored by FCA at 5 p.m. and game time is 7:05.

STAAR EOC TESTS
PHS will administer the STAAR-EOC tests following this schedule:
May 2 - Biology
May 3 - U.S. History
May 4 - Algebra
May 5 - Make-Up
Summer retakes:
June 19 - Eng 1
June 20 - Biology
June 21 - Eng 2
June 22 - U.S. History
June 23 - Algebra
 
TSI TESTING
PHS will provide one day of TSI testing on the PHS campus Tuesday, May 16. All students wishing to reserve a testing spot for this day must complete the following dual credit registration steps:
  • Collin College application submitted
  • Receipt of CWID Number
  • PAA completed
  • The $29 testing fee paid online (all students on Free/Reduced Lunch will be exempt from initial payment)
Sign up for this is underway in the counselor's office. 
 
AP TESTING SCHEDULE
Every student enrolled in an AP class will be testing. Testing schedule:
 
Tuesday, May 2, at noon: Physics I in Lecture Hall E112

Wednesday, May 3, at 8 a.m.: English Literature (English IV) in Lecture Hall E112

Friday, May 5, at 8 a.m.: U.S. History in Lecture Hall E112

Monday, May 8, at 8 a.m.: Biology in Lecture Hall E112

Tuesday, May 9, at 8 a.m.: Calculus AB in Lecture Hall E112

Wednesday, May 10, at 8 a.m.: English Language (English III) in Lecture Hall E112

AP TEST SCORES
AP scores will be available online in July. To get scores, students must sign up for a College Board account by going to apscore.org. Students should take this step now so they'll be ready to access their AP scores in July. For more information, go to apscore.org.

Step to access AP scores
1) Sign up for a College Board account at apscore.org. It's best to provide the same information on the College Board account that you supplied on your AP answer sheet(s). Your name, date of birth, gender, mailing address and email address are especially important.

2) You may already have an account if you have taken College Board exams in the past (AP/PSAT/SAT). Try signing in to confirm.

3) Remember the following information to access your scores: a) Your College Board account username and password; b) Your AP number (or student ID number if you provided it on your AP answer sheet).

College Board used to mail individual score sheets out to students, but do not any longer.

COLLIN SUMMER CAMPS
Collin College is hosting several summer camps for high school and middle school students, including SAT/ACT prep, robotics, dance and crime scene investigation. Click here for details.
 
GRADUATION NEWS
It's time for the Class of 2017 to prepare for their upcoming graduation activities. Click here for more information.

GRADUATION SUITES
Allen Event Center offers a multitude of suite sizes that can accommodate 13, 15, 19, 21, 24 and 27 people. Suite tickets are $33.50 per ticket with a minimum ticket purchase required based on suite size.
 
Suite holders can pre-order food and beverage items for their guests. A minimum $100 food and beverage purchase is required with all suite reservations.
 
Reserve suites by contacting Randell Holmes, director of sales, at 972.912.1077 or rholmes@alleneventcenter.com.

GRADUATION FLOWERS
When ordering flowers for graduation, use this website:

www.princetontexasflowershop.com

The home page features four choices for flowers. Once a selection is made, put the graduate's name as the recipient and the Allen Event Center address, 200 E Stacy Rd, Allen, TX  75002. Also provide name, phone number and email address of person placing order in case there are questions about their order.

Must use the Promo Code Grad2017 at checkout to get the delivery charges and service charge removed from order.
 
PHS NHS MEETING
The PHS chapter of NHS meets after school Wednesday, May 3, in E112. Attendance is mandatory.
 
COUNSELORS ON TWITTER
For the latest information from the PHS counselors, follow them on Twitter @PantherCounsel.
 
PHS PROM
Prom is May 13 and tickets are on sale until May 5. Prom will take place at the Eldorado Country Club in McKinney from 7-11 p.m. Prom tickets are $60. Only individual tickets being sold.

AFTER-PROM PARTY PRIZE DONATION
Senior class officers Callie Burton and Hunter Peacher show off the after-prom prize donated by El Dorado.
The after-prom party, sponsored by El Dorado Chevrolet/Mazda, will be at PHS. All juniors and seniors are invited to the party regardless if they attended prom or not. Admission is free. After-prom starts at 10 p.m. and ends at 3 a.m. This year there will be a mechanical bull and a rock climbing wall.
Also, for the second year in a row, El Dorado Motors in McKinney has donated a vehicle. This year, the 2012 Chevrolet Impala will be given to one lucky licensed Princeton student during the after-prom party. Students must attend the after-prom celebration and be present to win.
 
FFA MEETING
The Princeton FFA chapter and Friends and Family booster club will meet at 7 tonight in the vocational ag building and 7 p.m. May 9.
 
FFA BANQUET
The annual end-of-the-year awards banquet for FFA is 6 p.m. Thursday, May 18, in the PHS cafeteria.
 
PHS SIX WEEKS TESTS
PHS is administering final six-weeks tests following this schedule:
May 30: electives, math and language arts
May 31: social studies and science
June 1: makeup testing

Clark Jr. High 

CLARK FACEBOOK
Clark Jr. High has its own Facebook page to communicate important information for parents:
 
CLARK NJHS MEETINGS
The Clark National Jr. Honor Society meets the first Monday of every month.
 
CLARK CHOIR CONCERT
The Clark Jr. High choir concert is 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in the PHS auditorium.

CLARK BAND CONCERT
The Clark Jr. High band concert is 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27, in the PHS auditorium.

CLARK UIL TRIP
The Clark Jr. High UIL trip to the RoughRiders game is May 17.

CLARK AWARDS
The Clark Jr. High awards ceremony and National Jr. Honor Society induction ceremony is 6 p.m. May 25 in the Clark main gym.
 
CLARK TESTING
The Clark final six-weeks testing schedule is:

May 30: 1-4 periods
May 31: 5-8 periods
June 1: Makeup day

Huddleston 

HUDDLESTON BAND
The upcoming Huddleston band activities include:

Tonight: Spring band concerts at PHS at 6:30 and 7:30
May 16: Sandy Lake Funfest
May 24: Band camp packet and money ($125) due. Money can be turned in any time prior to May 24 and checks should be made payable to Sounds of Summer Band Camp.
June 7-10: Summer band camp at PHS.
 
HUDDLESTON CHOIR
The Huddleston choir concert is 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in the PHS auditorium.

HUDDLESTON STAAR TESTING
Huddleston STAAR testing is May 8 for math and May 9 for reading.

HUDDLESTON SANDY LAKE TRIPS
The Huddleston band will travel to Sandy Lake May 12. The Huddleston choir will travel to Sandy Lake May 16.

HUDDLESTON AWARDS
The Huddleston awards ceremony is 1:30 p.m. May 26 in the Huddleston gym.

Godwin

GODWIN FACEBOOK
Follow Godwin Elementary PTO on Facebook to stay connected with information.
 
Godwin students make flower seed bombs.
GODWIN EARTH DAY
Godwin students had the opportunity to make wild flower seed bombs to recognize Earth Day.
 
GODWIN PERFORMANCE
The 2nd grade will have a musical performance at 6:30 p.m. May 2 at PHS.
 
GODWIN AWARDS
May 26 - 1st-grade end-of-year awards at 9 a.m. in cafeteria, parents are welcome.
May 26 - Pre-K awards at noon in classroom, and parents are welcome to attend.
May 30 - 2nd-grade end-of-year awards at 9 a.m. in cafeteria, parents are welcome.
May 30 - 3rd-grade end-of-year awards at 2 p.m. in cafeteria, parents are welcome.
May 31 - 5th-grade end-of-year awards at 9 a.m. in cafeteria, parents are welcome.
May 31 - 4th-grade end-of-year awards at 2 p.m. in cafeteria, parents are welcome.

KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION
Kindergarten graduation is 6 p.m. May 26 in the PHS auditorium.

GODWIN FIELD DAY
The schoolwide field day is 8:30 a.m. June 1. Parents are welcome and must check in at the office with an ID. Students need to bring a sack lunch. School releases at 1:30 p.m.
 
GODWIN PRE-K REGISTRATION
Pre-K registration is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. July 17-19 at Smith Elementary.
 
GODWIN FIELD TRIPS
Today - 5th-grade field trip to the Planetarium in Commerce.
April 27 - Student Council field trip. Turn in both permission slips. Students will need a sack lunch.
April 28 - Pre-K field trip to Northeast Texas Children's Museum in Commerce. If you wish to chaperone, make sure you have completed a background check for this school year. Students will need a sack lunch.
May 17 - UIL field trip to RoughRiders game. It's $1 hot dog day.
May 25 - GT field trip. Students will need a sack lunch.

GODWIN BAND MEETING
There will be a band meeting for parents of 5th-graders from 4-7 p.m. May 1 at Huddleston. For more information, email Melissa McClure at mmclure@princetonisd.net.
 
GODWIN STAAR
STAAR tests at Godwin are May 8, 9 and 10.

3rd- and 4th-graders and 5th-grade retesters will take the math test May 8.
3rd- and 4th-graders and 5th-grade retesters will take the reading test May 9.
5th-graders will take the science test May 10.
 
GODWIN CAREER DAY
May 18 is Career Day for Godwin 5th-graders. Students should come to dressed as their chosen career.

GODWIN VIDEO
Fifth-graders will view a puberty video May 18. For more information, email school counselor Wendy Crane at wcrane@princetonisd.net.
 
GODWIN BOX TOPS
PTO will be collecting box top labels for the rest of the year.
 
GODWIN SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Tuesday, May 2 - Godwin kindergarten cap and gown

Harper

HARPER SCHOOL SUPPLIES
EPI school supply packs are now on sale. See the front office for information. Click here for an order form.

HARPER AWARDS
Awards for the 5th six weeks will be presented during grade-level pride times April 28.

HARPER PERFORMANCE
The 2nd grade will have a musical performance at 6:30 p.m. May 2 at PHS.

HARPER STAAR
STAAR tests at Harper are May 8, 9 and 10.

3rd- and 4th-graders and 5th-grade retesters will take the math test May 8.
3rd- and 4th-graders and 5th-grade retesters will take the reading test May 9.
5th-graders will take the science test May 10.

HARPER READ-A-THON
The Harper PTO Read-A-Thon is 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 18.

HARPER TALENT SHOW
The Harper schoolwide talent show is May 18. Show auditions are May 11-12 in C111 during grade-level pride times. Flyers are being sent home today. See Ms. Marlena Brown for more information.

HARPER WAX MUSEUM
The 3rd-grade wax museum is 2:15-3:15 p.m. May 25.

HARPER KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION
Harper kindergarten graduation is 7:30 p.m. May 26 in the PHS auditorium.
 
HARPER SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Thursday, May 11 - Harper kindergarten cap and gown

Lacy

LACY LOVES VOLUNTEERS
Lacy Elementary welcomes parents who would like to volunteer for the school. Click here to access a list of volunteer opportunities to see how you can help. Information on volunteering is also included.
 
Lacy Jump-Rope-for-Heart winner, Autumn Taylor, with Coach Zach Nutt.
 
LACY FUNDRAISER
Lacy Elementary recently completed the Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser. The school collected $2,540. Second-grader Autumn Taylor raised the most money,collecting a total of $555.
 
LACY PTO MEETING
The Lacy PTO will hold its May meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, in the Lacy cafeteria. It will be holding elections for board and coordinator positions for the 2017-2018 school year. 

LACY SPIRIT NIGHT
Lacy PTO is hosting a Spirit Night at Texas Roadhouse from 4-9 p.m. Monday, May 15. Flyers will be sent home with students soon. Present the flyer to the server and Lacy PTO will receive 10 percent of total food purchases.

LACY TALENT SHOW
Lacy students and teachers have the opportunity to perform in a talent show sponsored by the Lacy PTO.

With enough participation, the talent show will be the afternoons of May 17-18 during the school day. Students will perform Wednesday, May 17, for Pre-K through 2nd grade and Thursday, May 18, for 3rd grade through 5th.

A flyer with a "Participation Interest and Permission Slip" section was sent home with students and is due back Friday, April 28. If you have not received the form and your student is interested in performing, email lacypto@gmail.com.
 
LACY STAAR
STAAR tests at Lacy are May 8, 9 and 10.

3rd- and 4th-graders and 5th-grade retesters will take the math test May 8.
3rd- and 4th-graders and 5th-grade retesters will take the reading test May 9.
5th-graders will take the science test May 10.

LACY PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Tuesday, May 16 - Lacy kindergarten cap and gown
 
LACY FACEBOOK
You can follow Lacy PTO on Facebook for up-to-date information at:  www.facebook.com/LacyElementaryPTO

LACY BOX TOPS
Lacy is collecting box tops for the 2016-2017 school year.

Smith 

SMITH FACEBOOK
You can follow Smith Elementary PTO on Facebook for up-to-date information by liking the page:
Smith Elementary PTO
 
Art students show off mural.
Smith students work after school on a bottle cap mural.
 
SMITH ART
Students collected 50,000 caps for the creation.
Students in the after-school art club at Smith Elementary worked on a bottle cap mural for their cafeteria. The students collected over 50,000 bottle caps to create this artwork.

SMITH MUFFINS WITH MOM
Smith PTO is hosting muffins with mom May 11.
 
SMITH FIELD TRIPS
May 17 - UIL
May 18 - 4th grade
May 26 - GT

SMITH KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION
The Smith kindergarten graduation is 6 p.m. May 30 in the PHS auditorium.

SMITH FIELD DAY
The Smith field day is May 16. In case of rain, it will be rescheduled to May 24.

SMITH COUNCIL
The Smith Student Council will meet at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, April 27.
 
SMITH END OF YEAR AWARDS
May 30 - 8:45 a.m. 1st grade
May 31 - 8:45 a.m. Pre-K and kindergarten
May 31 - 9:15 a.m. 2nd grade
June 1 - 8:45 a.m. 3rd grade
June 1 - 9:15 a.m. 4th grade
June 1 - 10 a.m. 5th grade

SMITH SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Wednesday, May 3 - Smith kindergarten cap and gown

Community Announcements 

STORYTIME SCHEDULE
The Princeton library is hosting storytime. Weekly storytime for all ages accompanied by a parent meets every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. April storytimes are:
April 26: Dinosaurs
 
Library to host drive-in with cardboard cars.
 
DRIVE-IN MOVIE
The Princeton library will host a new  "Drive-In" movie from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 17, in the children's center. Registration is required, but it's free for kids of all ages. Children can hop into their cardboard car and watch a short movie. Popcorn will be provided.
 
LEADERSHIP PRAYER GALA
The Princeton Leadership Prayer Gala is 7 p.m. May 4 at Princeton High School. For more information, visit prayergala.com.
 
PHS FCA
The FCA Huddle at PHS meets every Friday morning at 7 in Lecture Hall E112. Everyone is welcome and donuts are provided..

CLARK FCA
Clark FCA meets at 7 a.m. every Friday in Coach Landon Cope's Room 203. Leadership also meets in Coach Cope's room at 7 a.m. Wednesdays.

CHAMBER SPRING FLING
The Princeton Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Spring Fling from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 6. Activities are free and include bounce houses for the kids, hot dogs, a DJ, petting zoo, face painting, classic cars and motorcycles, silent auction, vendors and raffles.

Businesses can set up booths. Call 972-784-7770 for more details.
 
SUMMER TRACK PROGRAM
Registration is open until May 7 for the "Fanntastic Summer" track program for $100. Practices are underway. See the Facebook page Fanntasticsports Track & Field for additional information. Registration is also available using this link: Fanntastic Track.
 
SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMPS
Several summer camps are available at the Collin County Adventure Camp. Click here for more information.
 
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
PISD needs bus drivers for immediate openings.
-Guaranteed hours
-Starting at $14.50/hour
-Holiday fund offered
-$1,000 completion bonus
A CDL with a P&S endorsement preferred for this position.
Contact transportation department at 469-952-5400, ext. 2072.
 
TOUGH LIKE JACK FUND RUN
The Tough Like Jack Fund Run is June 3. Donations and sponsorships are needed. Click here for informational flyer.

CHAMBER CASINO NIGHT
The Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Casino Night fundraiser from 7-10:30 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at the 1899 Farmhouse Event Venue in Princeton. Sponsorships are available. Tickets are $30 at the door.

Email  info@princetontxchamber.com for more information.


If you have any questions, comments or suggestions about the district's communications, I can be reached through this email address, jcollins@princetonisd.net or by calling 469.952.5400, ext. 3504.
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