District Rolls out Quick Tip
Paris ISD has launched a new app, Quick Tip, which empowers students to submit tips and feedback to authorized school administrators over a variety of topics, including bullying, stress, peer pressure, and family problems. The app, part of the School Messenger notification system employed by the district, will be explained along with the Student Crimestoppers program in a student assembly Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 10 a.m. in the Wildcat Gym. Read more.
Paris ISD: The App
Now you can conveniently keep tabs on events in Paris ISD on your mobile device by downloading the free app at Google Play Store (for android users) and Apple Apps Store (for iPhone). In addition to finding content on the PISD website, parents will be able to access student grades and lunch balances.
Paris ISD uses School Messenger to provide timely communications. If you have a child attending PISD, you are automatically in the database and will receive phone notifications. To enhance our ability to accurately deliver information on activities and emergencies, we kindly request that you create your own contact preference profile.
Orange you glad . . . you're not a bully?
Otherwise you might be facing a wall of orange at Paris High School as students and staff wore the color on Wednesday, Oct. 22, in support of Unity Day, expressing their intolerance of bullying.
The Paris Wildcats find themselves at a season's crossroads with two games left to play following a disappointing, 25-15 defeat Friday to the Pittsburg Pirates. They try to even their District 7-4A-1 record on Halloween Friday night at Wildcat Stadium against the winless Quinlan Ford Panthers. Read more. See video highlights below.
BlueTube Presents "Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho"
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The mission of Paris High School is to equip each student with the knowledge and skills to be a life-long learner and productive citizen in an ever-changing world.
2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Reports
Note: Due to changes in legislation, the performance report formerly known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report is now the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR).
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Paris High School has lots of students who go above and beyond the norm of student expectations to help make the school a better place for learning. Each month, we will recognize such students with the designation as Student of the Month. To get the honor rolling, PHS Principal Chris Vaughn has named freshman Trae Dudley as September's winner. Future monthly winners will be chosen by a committee from faculty nominations. Winners receive a $25 WalMart gift card, and their picture will be displayed on the school website and in a trophy case desginated as the Current Student Wall of Honor. At the end of the school year, there will be a drawing among all monthly winners for a $100 Applebees gift card.
The Paris High Blue Blazes Band missed out on a trip to the state Class 4A Marching Band Contest by just 2 points Saturday at the Area C finals in Longview. Paris finished in fifth place. The top 4 places advanced to state. Read more.
Volleyball Playoffs Tuesday. The Paris Lady Cats face the Gilmer Lady Buckeyes Tuesday in a first-round Class 4A playoff match at Emory Rains High School. Tipoff is 7 p.m. with the winner advancing to an Area Round match later in the week.
Crimestoppers Assemblies. The Paris High Student Crimestoppers Club will present a pair of assemblies Tuesday to show their fellow students ways to ensure a learning environment that's safe and secure. Grades 11 and 12 will meet in the Wildcat Gym during second period followed by grades 9 and 10 during third period.