Paradise Intermediate School

Paradise Intermediate School

It's Gifted and Talented Nomination Time

Nominations are now being accepted for the Paradise Gifted and Talented program for students NEW TO PUBLIC EDUCATION, grades 1-12. The deadline for nominations is Friday, September 28, 2018. Details are here:

General information | Nomination form

2018-2019 IRoK (Robotics) Team Announced

These students have been named to the 2018-2019 IRoK (Robotics) Team:

4th Grade

Anderson, Phillip
Cadell, Vivian
Claxton, Halo
Clayton, Levi
Coursey, Danielle
Dunlap, Braylea
Duran, Dylan
Erwin, Maddox
Eyster, Gunner
Foster, Leighton
Gentry, Saraiah
Gentry, Taylor
Gibson, Creek
Holley, Rhyland
Jones, Cooper
Kohan, Abigail
Lowry, Andrew
Maes, Alice
Marquez, Elijah
Melton, Addison
Pease, Riley
Rust, London
Sanders, Wyatt
Sessums, Jack
Simmons, Emily
Stegman, Syler
Tam, Trent
Turner, Tate
5th Grade

Bailey, Breelyn
Baird, Brayden
Beal, Evan
Black, Caden
Brown, Maddy
Dagley, Hayden
Davis, Cierra
Fletcher, Addison
Gilbert, Olivia
Goodman, Jax
Goodman, Macy
Johnson, Brooklynn
Jones, Berkley
Mathison, Payton
O'Dell, Lucas
Phillips, Brent
Prestridge, Harlie
Snyder, Taylor
Sobieraj, Gage
Stockton, Lucas
Swindell, Nate
Underwood, Jaycee
Uriostegui, Diego
Valdez, Isabelle
Villalobos, Kike
Walker, Colton
Warner, Brooklynn

Intermediate Start Time Change

Paradise Intermediate School is adjusting the daily start time to comply with TEA regulations. Details are in this letter from Mrs. Gage, the campus principal.

September Newsletter is Posted

Paradise Intermediate School posts a monthly newsletter that is full of information about this busy campus. See the latest edition here.

Traffic Flow Changes Revealed

Paradise ISD has implemented changes to the flow of traffic around the four campuses when dropping off or picking up students. See videos detailing each campus here:

Elementary | Intermediate | Junior High | High School

Students Sharpen Math Skills

students using dice to learn math

In Mrs. Bragg's fifth grade math class, students started off the school year by using dice to reinforce the important concept of place values.

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