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Every state score on this year’s STAAR test dropped except English 1 and English 2, Paris ISD Assistant Superintendent Althea Dixon reported to trustees. Paris ISD’s results mirrored the state, Dixon said.

North Lamar ISD beat the odds with the sale of roughly $44 million in bonds Monday with a lower interest rate than expected, resulting in a more than a 10-cent savings to taxpayers on the district’s projected property tax rate.

A public hearing on an Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief III grant application is scheduled when the North Lamar ISD board of trustees meets at 6 p.m. Monday in the Administration Office, 3130 North Main St.

CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville ISD has never had bond indebtedness before, but Superintendent Kermit Ward believes the proposed 30-year bond would be the only way to pay for badly needed school improvements.

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Paris ISD principals named employees and/or students for the May GROWL Awards “Getting Results from Outstanding Wildcat Leaders.” Winners are Shenuda Ellis, Kim Miller, Braydon Henderson, Sharon Stripland, Chelsea Hogan, Michael Anthony, Beverly Reavis, and Whitney Boehlar.A drawing for gran…

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Whether home from university for the summer or just graduated from high school, students will benefit by taking Summer II classes at Paris Junior College starting Monday, July 12.

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Paris ISD ended the school year with giving 20 books to each pre-K through eighth grade student in the district, and now the district’s mobile library program is trucking around seeking student patrons.

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Paris ISD will be working with a $42.3 million budget for the upcoming school year following unanimous action by its Board of Trustees on Monday. Trustees approved the full budget after opening a brief public hearing.