Covid-19 infections continue at some Red River Valley schools while others remain free of the novel coronavirus.
Paris ISD trustees are scheduled to hear an enrollment and Covid-19 update at their regular monthly meeting Monday.
Paris ISD and Paris High School have announced 14 students, including 11 from the 2020 graduating class, earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams.
Local school janitors are working long hours and using new equipment to keep students and staff as safe as possible amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the exception of Clarksville ISD and Detroit ISD, all schools in the Red River Valley are reporting at least one confirmed Covid-19 case among students and/or staff members.
The Paris High School Blazettes drill team, along with Willie and Wilma, the Wildcats’ mascots, are ready to perform for fans this year, despite some required precautions during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Paris ISD Superintendent Paul Jones accepted a check for $1,065 from the Northeast Texas Teachers Federal Credit Union’s Paris Wildcat Card program.
In an effort to ease crowded lines and wait time, the Band Boosters have added online ordering.
As of Thursday, every district in the region, with the exception of Clarksville and Detroit, has at least one staff member or student out with the novel coronavirus. As of press time, it was not clear whether Rivercrest had reported a confirmed case.
Paris, North Lamar and Clarksville ISDs all welcomed students back to school today, with excitement and new safety precautions in place.
For the first time in almost a decade, the Texas-Oklahoma Kiwanis Foundation Sophomore of the Year award was brought back to Paris by Davis Green.
Kristi Callihan, Principal of Paris Junior High School in Paris ISD, has been selected to represent the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals as a Region 8 Outstanding Principal of the Year.
Starting Sept. 8, Texas education officials will require all school districts to fill out forms weekly reporting new cases, including whether the infections occurred on or off campus and if the campus closed as a result.
Teachers logged into Zoom and Google Meets as other teachers presented programs that will be a vital part of their teaching this year.
“Eight months ago, WiFi was not even on our radar, but then came Covid and we see a need by all these students at PISD who don’t have internet access,” CitySquare Paris board chairman Maggie Kerby said.
The state is facing “a severe drop in revenue” as lawmakers look to fund state programs already in place, State Rep. Gary VanDeaver said Tuesday during a visit with the Kiwanis Club of Paris. Education remains a priority, he said.
Eddie B surprised Paris ISD staff members by jumping into their Virtual District-wide Convocation meeting through Google Meets.
A majority of Paris ISD families plan to send their student back to school Sept. 8, but enough plan to use the district’s remote learning opportunities that class sizes will remain manageable during the Covid-19 pandemic, administrators say.
Lamar Electric Cooperative awarded six $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors whose parents or legal guardians are active co-op members.
Paris ISD trustees approved a tax rate 4 cents lower than last year’s, raised breakfast and lunch prices for adults and approved additional paid time off for teachers should they come in contact with Covid-19 at school.