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THU
SLAM
3:45 PM to 4:30 PM
SLAM (Study Like a Maniac) is our after school tutorial program. Students needing extra assistance in core content areas (reading, math, science, or social studies) may stay after school for help. Snacks and transportation are provided.
Senior Class Meeting
09:25 AM
Members of the Class of 2015 meet in the Wildcat Gym to vote on sending class money to Project Graduation
7th Gr. Girls Basketball Tryouts
3:45 PM to 5:00 PM
Girls must have a current physical on file. Girls who are not currently in athletics must bring workout clothes (gym shorts, shirt, tennis shoes).
9 Football
5:30 PM
Wildcat freshman football team plays District 7-4A-1 game at Quinlan Ford Hobart Lytal Memorial Stadium
Contact Information
Paris ISD
1920 Clarksville St
Paris, Texas 75460
Map  
Phone: 903-737-7473
Fax: 903-737-7484
Welcome to Paris ISD
 

Paris ISD Announces Red Ribbon Week Activities

Red Ribbon Week is a nationally recognized campaign that brings millions of people together to raise awareness on alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse and violence prevention, early prevention and treatment services.

 Paris Independent School District will observe Red Ribbon Week Oct. 27 through Oct. 31, 2014.   Talk to your  child about drugs today, and help them pin on a red ribbon each day to demonstrate your commitment to supporting a drug-free lifestyle. Surveys show that children whose parents warn them about the dangers of alcohol and other drugs are less likely to use them.  For more information, contact your school counselor today.

 A list of Red Ribbon Week activities scheduled for Paris ISD follows. 

 

Monday, October 27

"The Best Me is Drug-Free!" wear red - Red Ribbon Distribution

Tuesday, October 28

"Too Smart To Do Drugs!" – wear favorite college or university shirt

Wednesday, October 29

"Give Drugs the Boot!" – students and staff wear boots

Thursday, October 30

"Let's Tie Up Drugs!" – wear a tie

Friday, October 31

"Wildcats Don’t Do Drugs!" – wear Wildcat colors and spirit shirts

Click here to download printable flyer.

Justiss Elementary Open House and Report Card Pick Up
Justiss Elementary students learn fire safety
Justiss Elementary students learn fire safety
Paris High School students and staff unite against bullying
PFD introduces interactive Sparky the Fire Dog to Aikin students
Hudson to retire after 44 years in education
PJH Choir Students Named to All-Region Choir
Paris ISD recognizes National School Bus Safety Week
Karol Ackley Named Region 8 Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year
New Executive Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Accountability named for Paris ISD

 
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Paris ISD Mission Statement

The mission of the Paris Independent School District is to provide a quality education to a diverse student population, enabling each to achieve full potential and become a productive, responsible citizen.

District / Campus Reports

 

SchoolMessenger Information

To access SchoolMessenger Contact Manager staff/parent page please click here.
 
To join the Paris ISD community text and e-Mail notification network click here.
 
 
Quick Tip Information

Quick Tip is a support system that allows students to communicate with school administrators. While the district already has many programs to help students deal with challenges such as bullying behaviors, stress, peer pressure, and family problems, Quick Tip helps break the code of silence often experienced by students because it allows them to report concerns to administrators anonymously.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is not a crisis line. In cases of emergency, the site will direct students to call 911!