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Members have access to discounts and perks at https://www.txpta.org/member-perks 

  

Renew Your Volunteer Clearance with Plano ISD! 

The system is open for school year 2018-19. 

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Renewals must be done annually.

We love our volunteers!

 

 

 Depression and Anxiety in Youth: Strategies for Parents

October 17th @ 7:00 pm at Shepton HS

  • Review research on youth depression and anxiety rates and causes;
  • Review signs/symptoms of youth depression and anxiety;
  • Provide useful tips for parents to support a child who is showing signs of depression or anxiety;
  • Introduce the Youth Aware of Mental Health program, being delivered in your child’s school 

Jennifer L. Hughes, PhD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor and Licensed Psychologist at the UT Southwestern Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care (CDRC). She is the head of the CDRC Risk and Resilience Network, which builds partnerships with DFW schools and youth community organizations to provide mental health promotion and suicide prevention programs, as well as to work together to better understand resilience and risk in youth. Dr. Hughes’ research explores the efficacy and effectiveness of psychosocial treatments for building resilience, the prevention and treatment of youth depression, and addressing suicide in youth. 

   

Please RSVP here so we know how many parents to expect:

 

https://tinyurl.com/SheptonYAMpresentation

 

  

 

SHEPTON HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT WEEK

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 the week of

OCTOBER 22 – 27

30% OF ANY PURCHASE WILL GO TO SHEPTON.

Don’t forget, teachers love bundtlets too!

You can even PRE-ORDER cakes which will count toward our fundraiser! 

Order your cakes for Thanksgiving, Christmas and even Easter!

Plano- Park & Preston: 2100 Preston Rd. Suite 600, Plano, TX 75093, (972) 943-0972

 

 Developing a Game Plan for College

Come discover the twelve strengths and experiences that colleges look for in their applicants. Learn the secrets and strategies of students who have successfully navigated this complex college process from an expert who has reviewed applications for freshman enrollment at SMU and UCLA. Uncover practical ways that students can be distinguished from a plethora of bright, talented, and exceptional high school applicants. Parents and students are encouraged to attend this must-see program on Monday, November 5th, at 7:00 P.M. in the Shepton High School Presentation Room, sponsored by the Shepton PTSA. Prepare to be enlightened, on how to get into college by Marilyn Kaufman, M.Ed., a certified college consultant, President of College Admission Consultants, one of twenty-five college counselors who serves on The Princeton Review’s National College Counselor Advisory Board, and the parent of a Shepton alumni. Preparing for college does not have to be stressful or filled with angst; it can be a positive and extraordinary opportunity for young adults to gain self-awareness and responsibility while developing self-motivation and strong communication skills. Timelines will be provided of what necessary steps need to be taken and when in order for parents and students to be well prepared for the college process. We hope to see you there!

 

 

PTA Reflections 2018-2019

 

  

Click here to watch a video about Reflections!

 

Click here for more details. 

 

 

Two Fundraisers on Tuesday, November 13

 

Coffee House Cafe flyer

 

Chipotle flyer 

 

 

 Gift Cards for Positive Behavior Incentives

 

 

  

CONGRATULATIONS MRS. PLATT!

PLANO ISD SUPERINTENDENT'S SERVICE AWARD 2018


Pictured (l to r): Board President Missy Bender, Lynne Crawford, Clark High School ISS Paraprofessional; Christine Platt, Shepton High School Office Manager; Kendal Corder, Plano Senior High Special Education Paraprofessional; Silvia Garcia, Meadows Elementary School Parent Liaison; and Superintendent Sara Bonser.

 

 

 

Be A Shepton Volunteer

As our children get older in school, it seems that the school doesn’t need as much help as they used to.  Actually they still need us, just in differing ways.  Do you have an hour once a month, once every 3 or 4 months, once a year?  We have volunteer opportunities that fit all of these needs and more. Sign up to help in a variety of ways by checking your preferences on our PTSA Toolkit or sign up to be “Ready to Help” when the opportunity arises.  You may also contact volunteers@sheptonptsa.org with any questions. 

 

IMPORTANT:  You must be a cleared volunteer to volunteer at the school. Be sure to complete your PISD Volunteer Application for 2018-2019 after July 1.

 

  

If you have any trouble navigating our site, please contact webmaster@sheptonptsa.org.

 

Shepton High School PTSA

President - Rhonda Snyder

president@sheptonptsa.org

 

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