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When entering and leaving the parking lot, all vehicles will need to follow the designated areas for vehicles to move around the parking lot. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD A VEHICLE CUT ACROSS THE PARKING LOT AT ANY TIME. The speed limit is 10 mph which will be strictly enforced as well.

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"Paris ISD will continue to require all students and employees to wear appropriate face coverings"

Superintendent, Paul Jones


March  9, 2021
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: STATEMENT FROM PARIS ISD SUPERINTENDENT PAUL JONES
 

The Paris Independent School District is aware of Governor Abbott’s recent decision to lift the statewide mask
mandate effective March 10, 2021. In GA 34, Governor Abbott clarified that school districts must continue to
follow minimum standard health protocols as provided by the Texas Education Agency ( as they are
updated. On March 3, the TEA released updated guidance stating that school districts may continue to require the
use of masks for students and employees.

 

After consulting with local health officials and considering all available data, Paris ISD will continue to require
all students and employees to wear appropriate face coverings on each of its campuses for as long as deemed
necessary to protect our school community. Moreover, Paris ISD will continue to implement all established
health and safety protocols in order to minimize the risks of in-person learning.

 

Due to existing TEA safety guidelines, the continued requirement for face coverings is critical in maintaining a
safe and efficient learning environment. This results in fewer mandatory quarantines among our students and
staff, which in turn allows us to educate our students in person with limited disruptions.

 

As always, the health and safety of the Paris ISD family remains a top priority. We will continue to monitor the
situation and adjust local virus mitigation protocols as appropriate according to the advice of state and local health
officials.


Photography Skills USA  – PHS Sweeps the Top Three Spots

For the second year in a row Mrs Cook's Photography students have swept the Skills USA District Competition taking the top 1st-3rd spots.  Since joining the Paris High School team 3 years ago Mrs Cook has taken students to this Photography competition and brought home the hardware every single year, including taking 3rd place at the state level her first year.  "I almost didn't enter due to the changes with the pandemic but these kids have worked so hard and we didn't get to go to state last year after sweeping due of Covid; I couldn't skip the opportunity for them! "Cook said.

"Skills allows me to have the opportunity to show off my skills and talents that I learn in class and my photography skills in a real world environment," Alysa Andoe said.  "Skills has provided me with a great opportunity to further explore the world of photography," Lindley Loughmiller said.  Calvin Alexander took 3rd, Alysa Andoe took 2nd, and Lindley Loughmiller took 1st place.

"I am excited to bring the top spots in the state home the end of March!", Cook says.

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Pictured from left to right, Lindley Loughmiller, Calvin Alexander, and Alysa Andoe.  
 


 

Paris High School FPS Students Excel

We've received quite a bit of good news regarding our students in Future Problem Solving, as they continue Paris High's long-standing tradition of FPS success! 

Last month, 36 of our students competed against other teams from many schools throughout the state of Texas in the team Global Issues Problem Solving competition. We found out yesterday that all of those students have qualified for the upcoming FPS State Bowl, which will be a virtual competition held in April.

Those students, who are coached by me and Jill Stone, are:

  • Seniors - Parker Benson, Ashlyn Callihan, McKenzie Carlton, Sidney Frierson, Corbin Martin, Grace Perry, Mikaila Rogers, Aubry Scott, Allyssa Standifer, Nicole Tijerina, Ryan Tijerina, Clariah White
  • Juniors - Kendra Bills, Davis Green, Ava Hutchings, Ava Lassiter, Lindley Loughmiller, Landree Madding-Walker, Hana Syed, Braeden Tabangcora, Alaina White
  • Sophomores - Sophia Hamer, Ella Ryan Harper, Kate Hoog, Anna Lehenbauer, Anlyn Newberry, Elise Napier, Sophie Stone
  • Freshmen - Jaxon Bell, Anderson Bunch, Luke DelaGarza, Curt Fendley, Ava Fitzgerald, Madeline Green, Chase Lamb, and Preston Thompson

In addition to this, several of our students also won awards as a result of their writing ability in the FPS Scenario Writing state competition. In fact, Paris took 5 of the 6 places in the Senior Division (10th-12 grade)!

Scenario Writing State Competition in the Senior Division:

  • 1st Place - Hana Syed, coached by Sandra Strom (her scenario will also advance to be in the International Competition)
  • 2nd Place - Sophie Stone, coached by Angie Black (her scenario will also advance to be in the International Competition)
  • Finalists - Brody Holleman, coached by Angie Black; Parker Benson, coached by Sandra Strom; and Ava Hutchings, coached by Sandra Strom

When you see these students, make sure to congratulate them on a job well done! We will continue to meet two evenings per week in preparation for the State Bowl. Teams that place in the State Bowl will advance to compete virtually against teams from around the world in the International Competition.

Submitted by FPS Coach, Brent Wilburn

 


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Paris High School is the grades 9-12 campus for the Paris Independent School District located in Paris, Texas, and Lamar County.