Eagle Brief: Aug. 31-Sept. 4

To+show+support+to+local+and+national+police+officers%2C+Children%27s+Health+Stadium+is+lit+blue.+The+stadium+will+be+lit+blue+for+the+majority+of+September+as+a+reminder+of+all+the+good+that+police+officers+do+for+the+community.++Not+only+is+the+PISD+stadium+being+lit+blue+but+several+businesses+and+families+are+lighting+their+houses+and+buildings+blue+to+show+their+support+of+men+and+women+in+uniform.+

Christi Norris

To show support to local and national police officers, Children's Health Stadium is lit blue. The stadium will be lit blue for the majority of September as a reminder of all the good that police officers do for the community. Not only is the PISD stadium being lit blue but several businesses and families are lighting their houses and buildings blue to show their support of men and women in uniform.

Grace Williamson and Gianna Galante

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The last eagle update was Sept. 2, 2020 at 8:43 a.m., check back daily for more updates.

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  • Students have a four-day Labor Day weekend, and do not have school Friday, Sept. 4 or Monday, Sept. 7
  • Student athletes will receive tickets to attend a meeting Sept. 2
  • The PISD school board will meet for a “special” meeting Sept. 4
  • Tennis will compete in a scrimmage against Plano East at the PHS tennis courts Sept 8
  • Eagle Nation News will air their first episode of the 2020-2021 year Sept. 11. All episodes will be streamed on Eagle Nation Online

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