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The faculty and staff of Paris High appreciate your support and welcome your input. For your convenience, this section includes a staff directory of names, duties, and email addresses. Also, all teachers are expected to maintain pages on this site which communicate their lesson plans for the upcoming week. While lesson plans are subject to change, they are designed to provide students and parents with a quick outline of class activities and resources.
The For Staff Only page is provided for the convenience of PISD employees. User names and passwords may be required to access many of the links provided at this page.
Each month Paris High staff recognizes a student who goes above and beyond the norm of student expectations to help make the school a better place for learning. The Student of the Month for February is senior Jimmy Sanders, who receives a $25 Wal-Mart gilf card. See previous choices on our Students of the Month page.
These PHS Theater students recently received awards at the Bi-District One Act Play competition held recently. From left, Adryan McGuire, Robbie Turner, and Reagan Stone, the three leads, each earned All-Star Cast medals, Hannah England received Honorable Mention in key supporting roles, and Muchien Hang received an Outstanding Technician Award for her lighting.
Playoff Soccer. The Paris Wildcats face A+ Academy of Dallas in a Class 4A boys soccer area round match Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Greenville’s T. A. Cotton Ford Stadium. Paris is the designated home team.
District Baseball, Softball. Paris hosts Atlanta for District 14-4A baseball and softball games Friday. The Ladycats start at 6 p.m. at their Paris Junior High home field, while first pitch for the Wildcats will be 7:30 at PJC’s Hub Hollis Field.