Two students play a game in Community Education Summer Camps
  • Welcome to Allen ISD Community Education

    410 N Greenville Drive, Suite 114

    Allen, Texas 75002

    972-727-0502 (phone)

  • Community Education Office

    Sandra Lovesey
    Coordinator
    sandra.lovesey@allenisd.org
  • The 21st annual Father Daughter Ball was originally scheduled for December 2020. Our priority is the health and safety of all attendees and with that in mind we have made the painful yet necessary decision to postpone the Ball. Since we know that the Father Daughter Ball is a much-anticipated event (and we LOVE hosting it!!) we have tentatively re-scheduled it for February 2021, but we will make a final decision as that date approaches based on guidance from Allen ISD Administration, TEA and the CDC. We will keep the Community Education website updated as new information becomes available. Thanks for your flexibility and understanding!

     

     

    Register Here for Community Education events 

    The Allen ISD Community Education program began in 1980 and has grown in participation and services ever since. More than 5,000 children participate in after-school classes, concerts, dances and summer camps each year. 

    After School Classes

    Community Education offers a new schedule of after school children's classes and activities each semester at Allen ISD Elementary Campuses. Classes vary by campus and semester. Classes offered might include golf, art enrichment, chess, drama, science, robotics, Spanish or engineering.

    Special Events - Dances

    Special events such as the annual Father-Daughter ball in December and Mother-Son dance in February are immensely popular. The Father-Daughter ball includes a twilight dance for girls preschool through first grade and a later dance for girls through sixth grade. 

    Summer Camps

    During the summer, Community Education offers summer day camps from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for children ages 36 months through grade 7. Allen ISD staff members design the curriculum for each camp. Camp themes include cooking, sports, kindergarten readiness, art, science, community service, author studies, computer/technology, photography, theater and music.