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Paris ISD’s Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget is beginning to take shape, but much of it currently relies on frequently changing estimates until the state and Lamar County Appraisal District provide final numbers.

 

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George Fisher will continue to serve as president of the Paris ISD Board of Trustees while Jenny Wilson will continue on as vice president after the board’s reorganization Monday. 

 

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Paris High School announced the top performing students for the class of 2021, Valedictorian Allyssa Standifer, left, and Salutatorian Lauren Avery. Paris High School graduation will take place at Wildcat Stadium at 8 p.m. June 4.

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Thursday evening was a joyous occasion in downtown Honey Grove, during which 42 ambitious seniors from Delta, Fannin and Lamar counties earned Dr. Joanne Olivard Scholarship awards.

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The Paris ISD Board of Trustees are expected to accept the resignation of Place 4 trustee Mihir Pankaj at its 5:30 p.m. Monday meeting at the Elaine Ballard Administration Building, 1920 Clarksville St. Pankaj recently won election to the Paris City Council.

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Paris ISD named Nelisa Kelley as Elementary Teacher of the Year and Dr. James Ludyen as Secondary Teacher of the Year at a celebration last week held at Wildcat Stadium. 

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Paris ISD trustees are urging the Texas Education Agency to funnel federal Covid-19 stimulus funds into local public schools rather than using it to supplant its own funding as it did last year.

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A team representing Paris ISD achieved Highest Honors in the recent WordMasters Challenge — a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 125,000 students annually. 

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On March 20, six students from Paris High School competed in the District UIL Speech and Debate competition in Pittsburg, Texas. Competitors included freshman Anderson Bunch, and juniors Brayden Sheppard, Miranda Morris, Ivy Bailey, Davis Green and TK Marshall. The students competed in the f…