The mask requirement doesn't apply to students younger than 10. The Texas Education Agency guidelines also require schools to post coronavirus prevention plans and encourage hand-washing.
Texas school administrators had been waiting for word from the Texas Education Agency on whether public schools will reopen in the fall with or without restrictions as result of the spreading coronavirus. A draft plan last month showed the TEA was planning to reopen schools without restricti…
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A new statewide report from the TEA shows that more than 600,000 students didn't complete assignments or respond to teacher outreach during the pandemic.
A high-tension hearing is expected Monday as the Texas State Board of Education begins considering changes to its statewide policy for health education, including teaching middle schoolers about contraception.
Richard Caldwell will be Crockett Intermediate School assistant principal for the upcoming school year. Over at Aikin Elementary, Dr. Paul Wallace was named assistant principal to replace David Stevens who retired this year.
Paris ISD will soon offer summer school now that it has Texas Education Agency guidance on how to do so during the Covid-19 pandemic.
"It will be safe for Texas public school students, teachers, and staff to return to school campuses for in-person instruction this fall," said Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath.
Each year the Paris High School Band gives out awards to outstanding band members who have gone above and beyond to build their craft in music. Plaques hang in the band hall to honor these students as well as past recipients.
More than $1.2 million in federal funds for Paris ISD, provided through the CARES Act, will be used by Texas Education Agency to replace state funding, leaving the district little choice but to apply for funds that come with federal strings attached.
This year’s Cats on the Prowl will be virtual, Assistant Superintendent Althea Dixon told trustees Tuesday evening. And the district will place racks of books outside Aikin, Justiss and Givens for students to take home and read.
Illuminated by the dying twilight, the Paris High School Class of 2020 bid a fond farewell to their alma mater and took their first few steps into the future of an uncertain world.
The hot Texas sun was shining brightly in a near cloudless sky Friday morning as 29 Travis High School of Choice seniors took their seats on the field at Wildcats Stadium.
Adoption of the Lamar County Appraisal District budget, approval for auctions of surplus equipment and a public hearing on the upcoming fiscal year budget are on the agenda for Paris ISD trustees, who will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Paris High School, 2255 S. Collegiate Drive.
Paris police responded to a welfare concern at 7:32 a.m. Thursday in the 800 block of East Cherry Street. The complainant said a person was asleep inside a vehicle in the roadway.
Aikin Elementary School has released its honor rolls for the third quarter of the 2019-20 schoolyear.
Paris High School Principals thanked their staff for their continued dedication to the students this past year. Each staff member came to the school on Wednesday to pick their gift up in a drive-thru. They were given a “#quaranTEAM” T-shirt and a packet of Extra gum for being extraordinary.
On Wednesday, Paris High School held a graduation ceremony for students who will not be able to attend the June 12 ceremony. Each graduate was able to bring 5 family members and were given a time for their individual ceremony. One of the seniors that will not be present for the ceremony is C…
Paris ISD’s summertime feeding program started Tuesday with two routes.
Mason Ingram, who will soon be graduating from North Lamar High School, always knew he wanted to pursue a career that would allow him to help people. It was only a matter of deciding which path to follow.
Daily temperature checks and supervised hand-washing are some of the safety rules for schools that decide to hold in-person classes this summer, under new guidance from the Texas Education Agency.