Help Peter Pan Fly
The Paris High Theater Department will be presenting the technically-demanding performance of Peter Pan Dec. 1-4. Your help is needed to make Peter Pan fly. Donations and program advertising are now being accepted. Download patron flyer to find out how you can help.
Attendance Credit Dates
Students who need to make up excessive absences should plan to attend a Thursday Night (4 to 8 p.m.) or Saturday School (8 am to 12 noon) to receive attendance credit. Download flyer for rules and dates.
Coins for Cameroon
PHS Future Problem Solving students will be collecting donations during lunch from Oct. 24 to Nov. 4 to support the Brightland Christian Academy in Cameroon. In connection to the FPS topic, Educational Disparities, students recently were visited by a representative from the African school who spoke about gender disparities in his country. Read more.
Project Graduation Drawing
Project Graduation is holding a 50/50 fund-raiser drawing with the winner to be announced at halftime of the Oct. 21 football game vs. Quinlan Ford. View flyer.
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PHS senior Shelby Wilson is congratulated by Principal Chris Vaughn for being named a Commended Student in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. Wilson placed in the top 5% nationally among 1.6 million students who took the Preliminary SAT qualifying test. Read more.
Paris High automotive technology teacher Michael Rhodes has been named secondary winner of the TEACH Award by the Texas Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. Read more.
The PHS Blue Blazes Band has advanced to the Area C Marching Band Contest on Saturday, Oct. 29, in Nacogdoches after receiving superior ratings at the Region 4 contest in Mount Pleasant on Oct. 18. The top Class 4A bands at area will advance to the state finals. The PHS band also was named Overall Best Band at the recent Northeast Texas Marching Invitational in Commerce. Read more or visit the band webpage to see video of the halftime performance.
The Paris High boys cross country team qualified for the Region 2-4A Championships on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Grand Prairie by winning the recent District 14 team title. They will be joined at regionals by Lilly Lewis, who qualified by finishing fourth in varsity girls. Read more.
Pep Rally Friday. There will be a pep rally Friday in the Wildcat Gym prior to the District 7-4A-1 football game vs. the Quinlan Ford Panthers at Wildcat Stadium. The pep rally gets underway shortly after 3 p.m.
Pink Out Night. The Paris Ladycats host the North Lamar Pantherettes Friday afternoon in the Wildcat Gym for District 14-4A volleyball. It’s Senior Night for the Ladycats with ceremonies starting at 4. The varsity match gets underway at 4:30 followed by JV matches. It’s also Pink Out Night with fans urged to wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Yearbook Picture Days. Seniors will have their cap & gown portraits taken Monday during English classes. Students in grades 9-11 will have their yearbook portraits taken Tuesday, also during English. Seniors will have an opportunity to purchase a complete picture package later in the school year, while students in grades 9-11 must pre-pay for their packages.