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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.

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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.

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Paris ISD has begun registration for their first annual WildCAMP program, a free summer camp equivalent designed to inspire kids to pursue new passions. Available classes range from photography to camping to cooking classes. 

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Exciting days are ahead for North Lamar, which only two years ago was considered circling the drain by many, and headed for the same consolidation destination as Roxton ISD.

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Students at Paris ISD will be able to take part in volleyball camps in the coming months, designed at helping students across a wide age range.

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