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Paris Junior High is the 7th and 8th grade campus in the Paris Independent School District in Paris, Texas.
Congratulations, Mr. Joe Watson,
Paris Junior High and Paris ISD's Secondary Teacher of the Year, 2014.
Welcome to our website! This year's theme is, "We are PJH Rising STAARS!"
Mission Statement: It is the mission of Paris Junior High to equip our students with the skills to be successful, motivated learners who will be prepared to accept the responsibilities and challenges of tomorrow.
It is our goal to utilize our website as a tool to keep parents and students informed about Paris Junior High. For the most up to date information, view our PJH calendar in the top left corner of this page. You may also wish to view our "News and Announcements" page (click "campus information" from the top of this page then "news and announcements") for more detailed information. As always, we invite you to contact our office or teachers, or visit our school when you have questions. You are always welcome at PJH!
2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Reports
Note: Due to changes in legislation, the performance report formerly known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) report is now the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR).
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PJH football and volleyball pictures will be taken on Thursday, September 25. Volleyball pictures will be taken during the athletic period, and football pictures will be taken after school. Envelopes with pricing information have been sent home.
8th grade students: Need a graphing calculator on your phone? Click here and follow the download instructions to have a graphing calculator on your phone, tablet, or pc.
Parents and students are reminded that Paris Jr. High has changed its grading periods from six to nine weeks' duration. However, eligibility to participate in extracurricular events is governed by UIL guidelines. There are numerous "UIL Checkpoints" listed on the school calendar (online) where students may lose and/or gain UIL eligibility. The document can also be found on our "News and Announcements" website page. Although the first nine weeks' grading period doesn't end until Friday, October 17, the first UIL checkpoint is scheduled for Thursday, October 2. Students who are failing any class will become ineligible on that date.