District Rolls out Quick Tip
Paris ISD has launched a new app, Quick Tip, which empowers students to submit tips and feedback to authorized school administrators over a variety of topics, including bullying, stress, peer pressure, and family problems. The app is part of the School Messenger notification system employed by the district. Read more.
Paris ISD: The App
Now you can conveniently keep tabs on events in Paris ISD on your mobile device by downloading the free app at Google Play Store (for android users) and Apple Apps Store (for iPhone). In addition to finding content on the PISD website, parents will be able to access student grades and lunch balances.
Paris ISD uses School Messenger to provide timely communications. If you have a child attending PISD, you are automatically in the database and will receive phone notifications. To enhance our ability to accurately deliver information on activities and emergencies, we kindly request that you create your own contact preference profile.
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 School recognizes a student who goes above and beyond the norm to help make the school a better place for learning. Our latest honoree is freshman Bailey Bristow. To learn more about the designation and see past winners, visit our Students of the Month page.
PHS Choir students returned from the UIL Solo & Ensemble Contest at Texas A&M-Commerce recently with 31 medals earned for their performances, and 11 of those students will advance to the state contest. Read more.
Four Paris High seniors won prizes in this year's annual Paris Council of Garden Clubs essay contest. (From left), Paige Dixon, Maddie Bruce, Julianna Clipson, and Scott Gilbert pose with club representatives Georgia Weddle, Martha Hickman, Nancy Logsdon, and Flo Plummer.
Basketball Playoffs. The unbeaten Paris Wildcats continue their Class 4A playoff journey against the Kilgore Bulldogs. The regional quarterfinal match will be played Tuesday, 7 p.m., at North Forney High School. The Cats, now 34-0, saw their season end the past two years by the Bulldogs in the Area Round and will be looking for atonement against the District 16 champions.
Crosstown Shootout. The first round of the Paris-North Lamar soccer challenge will be Monday at Wildcat Stadium with a varsity doubleheader. The girls kick off at 5:30 followed by the boys at 7:15. Paris High will hold Senior Night ceremonies prior to the varsity boys game.