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Game on: Ford Center at The Star in Frisco will host Plano vs. Eastwood football game on Thursday, Sept. 5

Eastwood and the Plano Wildcats will play football after all.

On Thursday, Plano ISD announced it would not to host the second annual out-of-district matchup between Plano Senior High School and El Paso area Eastwood High School, originally scheduled for Sept. 6.

Why? After “consulting” with local law enforcement agencies, Plano ISD administrators said they “felt” obligated to prioritize the safety of the participating players, students, families and communities and canceled the football game.

On Friday, the story is now updated: The game will be played. But not in a Plano ISD stadium. The game has been moved up to Thursday, Sept. 5 in Frisco, Texas.

Frisco ISD Superintendent Mike Waldrip, with the support of the Dallas Cowboys, reached out to Plano ISD on Friday, Aug. 16 to offer the use of the Ford Center at the Star.

Plano ISD Supt. Sara Bonser said: “The Ford Center provides the security needed in this unique circumstance. This game will be hosted in an ideal facility equipped with built-in safety measures that are not available at our local stadiums.

“Plano ISD is grateful to Frisco ISD and the Dallas Cowboys for their generosity and community spirit. The district reissued an invitation to Ysleta ISD to play on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 5 at the Star in Frisco, and they accepted.”

Superintendent Bonser said: “Today, three school districts came together to find a solution for students that keeps them safe and allows them the opportunity to send a positive message about sportsmanship.”

Plano Senior High School Principal Sarah Watkins said: “I just want to express my appreciation to everyone who stepped forward to assist in making it possible to play this game. It is an absolute pleasure to once again host Eastwood High School and show them the warm hospitality of the Plano Wildcats.”

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Texas State Rep. Matt Shaheen appoints Amy Rattleff as education policy analyst #txlege

From Matt Shaheen, State Representative 

Coming off a great session focused on improving education in Texas, my work continues on this top priority. That’s why I am thrilled to announce that we are welcoming Amy Rattleff, a long time Plano resident, as our new Education Policy Analyst! Amy is a former teacher who will serve as a liaison between Plano and Frisco ISDs and our office.

“She has been tremendously active in local education for almost a decade, serving on the PTA and advocating for the Gifted and Talented community. She has a thorough knowledge of the issues facing teachers, parents, and students. Please join me in welcoming Amy to this important role. We look forward to serving Plano and North Dallas together.”

As always, thank you for the privilege of serving you.

Matt Shaheen
State Representative
District 66 – Collin County

Our Nation’s Motto “IN GOD WE TRUST”


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County Judge Chris Hill appoints Tony Nichols as trustee of LifePath Systems

Collin County Judge Chris Hill has appointed Tony Nichols to the Collin County LifePath Systems Board of Trustees for a term that expires on Dec. 31, 2020.

LifePath Systems provides critically needed assistance to the intellectually disabled, mental illness treatment, and early childhood intervention for developmentally delayed infants and their families.

The agency was created as the Collin County Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center in 1986. The board of trustees provides oversight of LifePath Systems’ policies, operations, and finances; and is responsible for hiring the Chief Executive Officer.

Tony Nichols is a Partner with B2B CFO, a national firm which offers strategic financial leadership services on an affordable, as-needed basis to privately held businesses. He has enjoyed a long career in accounting and financial management with companies and non-profits in various industries, including healthcare, construction, restaurants and professional services.

Nichols grew up in Arlington, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BBA in Accounting. He is also a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant and a Chartered Global Management Accountant. Tony and his wife, Dr. Keila Nichols, live in Richardson, and have four children.

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