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. Homcoming Queen finalists Savannah Mosley, Tea-Kay Liggins, Marissa Ellis, and TayTay Williams will appear at the pep rally and downtown parade prior to pre-game coronation ceremonies. Meanwhile, be ready for some colorful Homecoming Dress-Up Days:
Labor Day Provides
Rest up for all those Homecoming activities with a three-day weekend, courtesy of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 1.
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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.
Students in the National Honor Society solicited donations of $25 each to provide flags to be displayed around the campus during patriotic calendar events, such as the current Labor Day weekend. The PISD maintenance department provided the in-ground pole supports, students in Ty Merritt's ag classes mounted flags to the poles, and NHS students placed the poles in ground. Donations are still being taken by NHS sponsor Crystal Henry in honor or memory of a loved one.
Registration for students new to PISD has begun weekdays, 8-11:30 a.m. & 1-3 p.m. New students should bring:
Volleyball Home Openers. The Lady Cats' volleyball teams make their first home appearance of the season on Tuesday, Sept. 2, when they host Sulphur Springs in the Wildcat Gym. Freshmen and JV squads start at 4:30 p.m. with varsity to follow at 6.