Thursday, June 20, 2019

Archived District News, April 2011

Elementary Students Cook up Fun with Local Agency
Fifth grade students walked to First Christian Church to experience cooking first hand!  Students partnered with the Bourbon County Homemakers and Extension Office to follow recipes utilizing both reading and math skills.

Prestigious Edward F. Prichard Award Presented at Academic Honors Reception
  Congratulations to senior Dahlia d'Arge, winner of the Prichard Award that was presented at the 28th annual Academic Honors Reception.  The award was presented to Dahlia by Mr. Prichard's youngest son, Mr. Louis Prichard.  Click here to read more about Edward F. Prichard (PHS Class of 1931). 

Middle School Students View Hopewell Museum Exhibit
  Sixth grade students took a walking field trip to visit Hopewell Museum to see and experience the Civil War Exhibit.   

National Take Back Initiative- April 30, 10:00am-2:00pm
Located at the Wal-Mart parking lot, surrender any expired, unwanted, or unused prescriptions or over the counter medications in original containers.  All identification information should be removed from containers. No questions or requests for identification will be made. No injectibles, syringes, intra-venous solutions accepted. Sponsored by the DEA, Paris Police, and Champions for a Drug Free Paris/Bo. Co.
  Mark Fenton Visits Paris, KY
Paris Independent Schools proudly hosted Mark Fenton, nationally renowned exercise expert, at an informal community forum as part of the Paris/Bourbon County "Pioneering for Healthier Communities" initiative. 

Luis Munoz Wins Award
Congratulations to Mr. Luis Munoz, District English as a Second Language Director. He was honored at the Paris-Bourbon County Chamber of Commerce Business Appreciation Breakfast with the "Outstanding Leadership in Community Involvement Award"!

  Paris Elementary Celebrates 100 Man Lunch
The elementary welcomed 162 men during the annual 100 Man Lunch.  Congratulations to Sean Neill who was the 100th Man!  Sean was a guest of his niece, Lucy Steiner.

  Paris Middle School Student Wins State Archery
Congratulations to Akhira Umar, who was champion at the 9th Annual Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Event. Akhira, a sixth grader, placed first in her division out of 382 girls.

  Paris High School Student Awarded Scholarship
Congratulations to Sarah McDonald who was the recipient of the first Artwalk Scholarship.  The scholarship is made possible by the Friends of the Artwalk, Kentucky Bank, Hinkle Contracting, Bourbon Community Hospital and Traditional Bank.