Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 23
  • HS UIL Academic District Meet at Midwestern State
  • HS Track at Brock
  • Friday, March 24
  • Last Day for Gifted & Talented Nominations
  • HS UIL Academic District Meet at Midwestern State
  • Elementary Fun Run
  • Golf at River Creek, Burkburnett
  • JV/Varsity Baseball at City View, 5:00/7:30
  • Softball at City View, 5:00
  • Saturday, March 25
  • Powerlifting-Boys State Championship at Abilene
  • JV Green Baseball at Poolville, 10:00
  • Monday, March 27
  • Elementary Rise and Shine
  • Golf at Muenster
  • Tennis at Bowie
  • Softball vs. Henrietta, Here, 5:00
  • Tuesday, March 28
  • HS Cheerleader Sign-up Deadline
  • STAAR 4 Writing
  • STAAR 5 Math
  • English 1 EOC
  • STAAR 7 Writing
  • STAAR 8 Math
  • Third Grade Musical, 6:30
  • JV/Varsity Baseball vs. Henrietta, Here, 5:00/7:30
  • Wednesday, March 29
  • STAAR 4 Reading
  • STAAR 8 Reading
  • New Elementary Cafeteria Promotions

    The Elementary Cafeteria is featuring new entrees and fun promotions. More information here.

    It's Gifted and Talented Nomination Time

    Nominations are now being accepted for the Paradise Gifted and Talented program for students in grades K-11. Deadline is March 24. More details are here.
     

    HS Cheer Sign-up Deadline is Tuesday

    Students interested in trying out to be a PHS cheerleader next year should stop by the JH or HS office by the end of the day on Tuesday, March 28 to sign up.

    District UIL Academic Meet this Week

    Paradise High School will be competing in the District UIL Academic meet this week. The event will be held at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls on Thursday and Friday.

    Panthers Host Boyd

    On Tuesday, the Softball and Baseball teams played home games with Boyd. We have photos of the action here:

    JV Softball
    Varsity Softball
    JV Baseball
    Varsity Baseball

    Two Win Medals at WF

    Congratulations to PHS Juniors Lizzie Black and Justice DeLong, who were Girls Doubles consolation bracket medalists at Wichita Falls on Tuesday.