• Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program
    Do you have student loan debt? Is your debt made up of federal loans? (ex. Stafford, Perkins, etc.)
    If so, you may qualify for student loan forgiveness from one or more of the programs below. 
    1. Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program 
    Educators must complete five full school years at Title I-eligible schools to apply for this program. Review the Texas Education Agency website for an eligibility questionnaire.
    These PfISD campuses meet the 40% low socioeconomic status required for a Title I, Part A Schoolwide Program during the 2019-2020 school year:
    Brookhollow Elementary Pflugerville Elementary
    Caldwell Elementary Pflugerville High
    Cele Middle Pflugerville Middle
    Connally High River Oaks Elementary
    Copperfield Elementary Ruth Barron Elementary
    Dearing Elementary Springhill Elementary
    Delco Elementary Timmerman Elementary
    Dessau Elementary Weiss High
    Dessau Middle Westview Middle
    Northwest Elementary Wieland Elementary
    Park Crest Middle Windermere Elementary
    Parmer Lane Elementary  
    2. Teach for Texas Loan Repayment Program 
    3. Public Service Loan Forgiveness 
    4. Federal Perkins Loan Program 
    • May qualify for cancellation of Federal Perkins Loan 
    • Check US Department of Education’s Student Aid 
    • Federal Student Aid from Office of U.S. Department of Education


    5. Math and Science Scholars Loan Repayment Program 

    • For teachers who demonstrated high academic achievement as math or science teachers & teach math or science
    • Must teach 8 years in public school, the first four of which are at a Texas public school that receives funding under Title I, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
    • Math & Science Scholars Loan Repayment Program 

    Next Steps
    1. Review your eligibility
    2. Complete necessary documents
    3. Contact Human Resources at human.resources@pfisd.net to obtain necessary signatures and employment verification
    4. Spread the word! 
    For more information on loan forgiveness, visit the Texas Education Agency website.

    For additional information, please refer to the Federal Student Aid website.