Due Aug. 26
Dr. Seuss will be on the loose when Week 2 of the new 2014-15 school year features Homecoming 2014. Be sure to make room for all those "places you'll go!" and the "fun to be done!". Don't forget there will be a "game to be won" on Friday, Sept. 5, vs. Melissa at Wildcat Stadium. The deadline to order your official Homecoming shirt is Tuesday, Aug. 26, so be like the grinch and discover that Homecoming means "a little bit more."
As of Sept. 28, PISD will no longer support the old text notification system. The district now uses School Messenger to send out voice, text, and email notifications. For more information on School Messenger and ways to customize this service, please visit the PISD home page.
Paris High School is the grades 9-12 campus for the Paris Independent School District located in Paris, Texas, and Lamar County.
Back to Work for Volleyball, Football, Band
Summer is winding down, but the sizzling August days won't detour students in volleyball, football, band, and other groups associated with Friday night high school fever. Pre-season practices have already begun for those groups, including:
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Paris High School Mission Statement:
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's Future Problem Solving program brought back more hardware from the international stage during the summer when Shikha Prakash (above) placed second in community problem solving and Molly Jackson (below) was part of the winning scenario writing team at the FPS International Conference at Iowa State University. Read more.
Paris High students in grades 9-11 selected their Student Council leaders for the 2014-15 school year during a recent election. Incoming freshmen will elect their representatives at the beginning of upcoming year. See list.
Football Kicks Off. Paris High charges into the 2014 football season the first week of classes. Wildcat freshmen and JV squads host Mount Pleasant Thursday, Aug. 28, for a pair of games at Wildcat Stadium. Freshmen get underway at 5 p.m. The two schools' varsity teams, meanwhile, open their seasons on Friday, Aug. 29, 7:30 p.m., at Mount Pleasant's Sam Parker Field.