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4th grade recently showcased their Native American projects. Click here to view pictures.
Kindergarten recently took a field trip to Circle Y. Click here to view pictures from the day.
Despite the rain, our 3rd Halloween Hustle was a success. Thanks to all the runners and our community sponsors. Click here to view pictures from the day.
Student's navigated through stations where they learned about electricity, animals, agriculture and the forestry service. Click here to view pictures from the day.
Parris South 4th graders got creative by making salt dough models of Tennessee for Social Studies. Click here to view pictures from the day.
Parris South continued to "Sharpen the Saw" on September 26, 2014. Click here to view pictures.
Click here to view the Candy Fundraiser Top Sales Winners.
On September 26, 2014 Parris South kicked off our fall book fair with a Royal Reading Day! Our school was full of Royal Readers. Click here to view pictures from the day.
Students sell tickets for chances to win money in a drawing at the Harvest Festival. The top selling boy and girl from each grade level are crowned King and Queen of their grade. Click here to view photos of the winners.
Click here to view the Harvest Festival Pumpkin Contest Winner.
Check out Parris South's 2014-2015 Student Council.
Kindergarten sharpened their saws by making scarecrows for the entrance of our school. Special thanks to Kay Rose for helping our little ones with this fun project! Click here to view pictures from the day.
On September 12, 2014 Parris South students and staff "Sharpened Our Saws" after a week of hard work. Students had fun doing activities that they signed up for based on interest. These activities included melty beads, fun with food, Minute to Win It, and many more. We can't wait for many more "Sharpen The Saw" days this year! Please click here to view pictures from the day.
Students in 3rd grade studied barter as part of a Social Studies unit on Economics. They brought items from home that they did not want anymore to barter for items from other students. The students created Win-Win situations!
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