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  • Mrs. Cooper's 1st grade class was learning about motion in science today. What happens when you drop a raw egg?

  • Kayden Handley receives a trophy for her poster she entered for the Paris Fire Department art contest.

  • Mrs. LaVoy's 3rd grade class experiments with some fall science.

  • Mrs. Hughes is awarded a grant from Exxon Mobile Company.

  • 2018-2019 Science Fair Winner

  • Gary O’Connor and Joyce Schaeffer from the Rotary Club presented our third grade classes with dictionaries.

Parker GT Debates Revolutionary War
12/10/2018
Parker GT Debates Revolutionary War

Parker GT participates in Hour of Code
12/10/2018
Parker GT participates in Hour of Code

North Lamar Honors Area Veterans
11/30/2018
North Lamar Honors Area Veterans 

NLEF surprises teachers with grants
11/02/2018
 http://www.northlamar.net/upload/common/18-19%20Press%20Release/NLEF%20surprised%20teachers%20with%20grants.pdf

Eagle Scout Project Gives Powderly Nature Trail A Facelift
04/12/2018
https://easttexasradio.com/eagle-scout-project-gives-powderly-nature-trail-a-facelift/

Plastic Bags And More Plastic Bags At North Lamar!
02/28/2018
http://easttexasradio.com/plastic-bags-and-more-plastic-bags-at-north-lamar/

Parker PE Class World Record
11/13/2017

November 10, 2017

Parker PE classes team up to set world record

Paris, Texas – On November 9, Aaron Parker Elementary students, along with students from over 20 countries, helped set a Guinness World Record in Sport Stacking.   Sport stacking is an exciting individual and team sport where participants of all ages and abilities stack and unstack specially designed cups in specific patterns. 

          “This is the first year I have introduced Sport Stacking in PE class and the students are really excited about it,” said Parker PE instructor Lisa Denman.  “I think it is a great activity because it activates the right and left brain, improves hand/eye coordination, and improves focus and concentration.”



North Lamar ISD Panther Alert

NLISD uses the School Messenger Notification System for the Panther Alert.  The system provides timely communication to parents, students, staff, and the community . If  you are a staff member or have a child attending North Lamar ISD, you are automatically in the database and will receive phone notifications. However, if you would prefer to receive Panther Alerts by email or text messages, you can create your own contact preference profile. Contact Manager allows you to control the ways in which you prefer to be contacted.

Please review the InfoCenter Signup Instructions.

Proceed to SchoolMessenger InfoCenter.

Quick Tip is a support system that allows students to communicate with school administrators. While the district already has many programs to help students deal with challenges such as bullying behaviors, stress, peer pressure, and family problems, Quick Tip helps break the code of silence often experienced by students because it allows them to report concerns to administrators anonymously. Click on image to submit a tip.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is not a crisis line. In cases of emergency, the site will direct students to call 911.

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