Progress Reports Sent Home
The first 3 weeks' Academic Progress Report was distributed to students Tuesday in their second-period classes. Any student failing a class is required to attend tutorials held each morning, 8:05-8:30 a.m.
First UIL Checkpoint: Oct. 2
Parents and students are reminded that Paris High has changed its grading periods from six to nine weeks' duration. However, eligibility to participate in extracurricular events is governed by UIL guidelines. There are numerous "UIL Checkpoints" listed in the school calendar above where students may lose and/or gain UIL eligibility. Although the first nine weeks' grading period doesn't end until Friday, Oct. 17, the first UIL checkpoint is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 2. Students who are failing any class will become ineligible on that date.
Staff Development Planned
Paris High students will enjoy another three-day weekend soon. Paris ISD has a staff development day planned for Friday, Oct. 3.
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Rules, procedures, and consequences detailed in the Paris High School Student Handbook are based on the Paris Independent School District Management Plan which, in turn, is based on PISD Board Policy. For your convenience those resources are available online.
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Final Volleyball Pre-District Matches. The Lady Cats volleyball teams host Crandall on Tuesday, Sept. 23, in the final pre-district tuneup before starting District 15-4A play. Freshmen and JV start at 5 with varsity to follow at 6:30.
Meet the Choirs. Paris High's choirs join their singing brethen at other campuses in Paris ISD's annual Meet the Choirs Concert on Monday, Sept. 29, 7 p.m., at the Weger Auditiorium on the PJHS campus. Admission is free.