Sunday, May 26, 2019

Welcome to Paris Middle School!

"Success ~ One By One" 






The Paris Middle School SBDM Council Principal Selection Committee is excited to announce Mrs. Stephanie Harmon as the new principal of Paris Middle School.  She will join Paris Independent Schools on July 1, 2019.   Ms. Harmon shares,  "I am excited and proud to take on the role of Principal at Paris Middle School.  Currently, I am the Assistant Principal and Professional Growth and Effectiveness Coach at Glendover Elementary school in Fayette County and have served in this position since the summer of 2017.  Prior to that, I worked as a District Multi-Tiered System of Supports Coach for Middle Schools and High Schools in Fayette County with a primary focus on Response to Intervention.   Before working in Fayette County, I proudly served as the Academic Dean at Garth Elementary School for 4 years and as a Special Education Teacher and Team Leader at Georgetown Middle School for 7 years.  In the Spring of 2012, I was named the Special Education Teacher of the Year for Scott County Schools". She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky in Health Education with a minor in Family Studies.  She then received a Master’s Degree in Education from Georgetown College in Learning and Behavior Disorders and a Master’s Degree in Instructional Leadership from Eastern Kentucky University.  Ms. Harmon currently resides in Scott County with her husband Brandon and two daughters Kennedy and Savannah.   We are thrilled to welcome Stephanie to our Paris family and anxious for everyone to meet her.  Her experience, expertise, and enthusiasm will propel Paris Middle School students into the future prepared for high school and beyond.

Students Recognized
 
Several students were recognized in front of the school for outstanding grades and perfect attendance throughout the first semester.
 

Duke TIP
 
Several 7th grade students were selected to the Duke Talented Identification Program. They qualified to take the ACT early.

Field Trip
 Middle School students attended the Hopewell Museum to learn about Still Life. They were able to learn about artists using the method, see examples, and also design their own still life piece.

Veterans Day
 
Middle and High School students hosted Veterans for lunch and a program that included songs, poetry readings, and guest speakers.

Harlem Ambassadors Visit
 
 The Harlem Ambassadors put on a show at the Elementary School to discuss bullying. They also used Middle School Students to help with their message.

Students Celebrate
students eat popcicles 

PMS students were treated to a popsicle party for winning the District Attendance Challenge for the month. Each school competes to have the best attendance percentage and the winner is awarded.
In bottom photo, students took a field trip to Gatti-Town. Kids were able to play as well as participate in a learning project.

 students at gattitown


Battle of Grades
students wear color based on grade 
 Students participated in Homecoming activities all week. They ended with a color battle on which grade would have the most people wear their designated school color! To see more Homecoming pictures visit our Paris Middle & High School Facebook page.

Student Recognized
student with duke gifts   Congratulations to 8th grader Zoe Strings who qualified for the Duke TIP program over the summer. Her selection was based on ACT scores as a 7th grader.


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            304 W. 7th St.
            Paris, KY 40361
            Phone: 859-987-2163
            Fax: 859-987-2164
            8:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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