Port Isabel High School

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    PIHS students, along with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will be offering free tax help to people who make $56,000 or less, persons with disabilities, the elderly, and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their tax returns.
    Free Income Tax Preparation at PIHS from January 27 - March 9, 2020.


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  • PIHS Lady Tarpon Soccer
    PIHS Lady Tarpon Soccer 1/28/20 at Tarpon Stadium starting at 6pm


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  • PIHS Tarpons Basketball
    PIHS Tarpons Basketball 1/28/2020 at PIHS starting at 5pm.


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  • PIHS Lady Tarpons Basketball
    Lady Tarpon Basketball and Parents Night 1/28/20 starting at 5pm at PIHS.


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  • PIHS Tarpons Soccer
    PIHS Tarpons Soccer 1/28/20 in Monte Alto starting at 6pm.


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  • PIISD Examination for Acceleration
    PIISD Examination for Acceleration March 2-5, 2020. Deadline to register is January 24, 2020.


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  • 2019-2020 UTRGV Upward Bound Calendar
    2019-2020 UTRGV Upward Bound Calendar


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    Mark your calendars, show your college spirit, and wear your favorite college shirt!
    PIISD Collge Shirt Day for 2019-2020


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  • A Message from the Point Isabel ISD Police Department

    Message from the Point Isabel ISD Police Department. Report any criminal activity to (956)204-9299.


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  • 2019-2020 Visitor Sign-In Requirements
    All visitors to Point Isabel ISD campuses will need a form of photo identification to get into the school buildings during
    instructional hours. Campuses have Raptor vSoft Visitor Management Software installed at the main entrance of all four
    schools. This software will help track visitors, contractors, and volunteers at school, by providing a safer environment for all.


    The system works by scanning a government-issued identification such as a driver’s license into the computer. Connected to
    the Internet, the office personnel can then determine whether the visitor is listed on a sex offender registry. That information
    then will allow the front office to follow district procedures and determine whether or not the visitor should be allowed into the
    school. A sticker bearing the visitor’s name and photo then is printed and must be worn during the entire campus visit.


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