Paris Elementary PTA

Welcome to Paris!

The PTA at Paris is an active participant in the education of children at Paris.  We volunteer in classrooms, assist teachers in preparing materials for instruction, and raise money to fund special things.  Mr. Wise describes us as "legendary" because of our history of involvement in the school. 

The "P" in PTA stands for "Parent," and your children need you to be involved.  Everyone can be involved in some way - if you have thirty minutes, half a day, or all week!  Paris is a warm, friendly school, and we want you to feel welcomed and connected.  The more parents are involved, the stronger Paris is as a school, and the better it will be for our children. 

To find your niche, contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Mrs. Kristin Whitehead (E-mail) or one of our 2019-2020 PTA Officers listed below.  We would love to hear from you, and we look forward to working alongside you for the betterment of our children at Paris!

Paris PTA emblem

PTA Forms

Payment Request Form - Approval must be obtained on all purchases. Signature of chairperson is required.

Received Funds Form - Form to properly turn in funds to the Treasurer.

Contact a 2020-2021 PTA Officer
  Co-Presidents Mrs. Holly Deambrosi E-mail
    Mrs. Savannah Porter E-mail
  1st Vice-President Mrs. Cassidy Ethridge E-mail
  2nd Vice-President Mrs. Megan Stathakis E-mail
  Treasurer Mrs. Jack Dark E-mail
  Secretary Mrs. Anna Duncan E-mail


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For more explanation, please go to School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines page of the GCS website.

Level I (room helper, copier help)

Level II (field trip chaperone, mentor, tutor)

Happy Birthday

The Paris Elementary LED sign is a great way to recognize your child's birthday! Click here for details on how it works!

VERY IMPORTANT- Be sure to sign up at least one week in advance. The birthday greeting may be missed if it is not reserved at least one week in advance.

Click on a link to sign up.

August, 2020 November, 2020 February, 2021 May, 2021
September, 2020 December, 2020 March, 2021 June, 2021
October, 2020 January, 2021 April, 2021 July, 2020


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Order Your Yearbook

Look for this logo in Spring, 2019, for the 2018-2019 yearbook ordering information. We will be recording the memories!

Have a great picture that might be good for the yearbook? E-mail it to Mrs. Brooke Poe, yearbook coordinator, at We appreciate your help! Of course, because of design, layout, and space limitations, not all photos can be used.

VOLUNTEER for SpiritFest!


SpiritFest is scheduled for Friday, October 4, 2019, from 4:30-7:30 pm. We can't wait!

For more information, contact the SpiritFest committee.

SpiritFest Cassidy Ethridge  
  Tiffany Jones 553-6759
SpiritFest Food Court Tara Posner 704-0149
  Ann Marie Watson 243-8797
SpiritFest Silent Auction Lisa Salisbury 315-430-9519
  Debby Derosa  
  Deb Regar 717-682-0133
SpiritFest Ticket Sales Ally Bergen 313-8342
SpiritFest Volunteer Coordinator Kristin Whitehead 884-4797



BE A SPIRITFEST SPONSOR! For as little as $100, you can advertise your business and help the school at the same time. Learn more here.


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Middle School Catalogs

Students entering middle school in the fall will need to make certain choices about the courses that they will take. Please find below a link to all middle schools.

All Middle/High School Catalogs



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Fuss Free Fundraiser
Tired of fundraising? Take a look at the Fuss Free Fundraiser. For a tax-deductible donation, your child can still benefit from incentives without the "fuss" of fundraising. Contact Ollie Brown (270-8339 or
PTA Reflection Program banner


The Reflections Program provides the opportunity for students to use their artistic talents in six different categories. This year's theme is "LOOK WITHIN." Students compete in two groupings - Kindergarten-Second Grade and Third-Fifth Grade. Students can enter multiple times and in multiple categories. Each entry requires a separate Student Entry Form (see link below). Winners are identified at the school level and go on to the District PTA competition with those winners going on to the State PTA competition.

Reflection "Tips"

-Concentrate on the artist statement; in case of a tie, the entry with the stronger statement wins.
-Do not put names on the front of any entry.  Put names on the back.
-Review all rules before submitting entries.
-You may enter more than once, but each entry needs an entry form.
-Entries are due Friday, November 8, 2019.
-Have fun and good luck!

Read more information by clicking below.

  General Participant Rules
  Student Entry Form
  General Participant Rules (Spanish)
  Student Entry Form (Spanish)

For more information, contact Chair Katie Epps (

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Paws on Paris - New and Improved!
Parent Gardening

It's NOT TOO LATE to be a part of the New & Improved PAWS on Paris!  If you would like to be involved in helping to keep Paris a clean and neat school, please consider adopting a designated area to maintain at your convenience. 


  • Front of school

  • Sign by the carline entrance

  • Kindergarten playground

  • Benches around front trees

Principal Gardening
  Student Gardening
Contact Mrs. Amy Morford ( or 907-9790) to reserve your zone or for more information. 

Adoptions will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis!  Adopt a zone today!

Thank you for helping Paris be beautiful!

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Nominate a Deserving Teacher
Golden Apple Award Banner

Pick up a nomination form at Ingles or download one here!


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Helpful and Informative Links  
Animated World Picture Here are some interesting links with great information that may be of interest to you and your family.  Check back often as this list grows!
Challenge Program The mission, curriculum, and criteria for the Challenge program
Helmet Safety Just how safe is your child's football helmet and how do you know?
Sleep Debt How much sleep does your child (and you) need?  What are the effects of too little sleep?


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Your Pictures Needed!
Photographer Picture

Did you take pictures at a school event?

Please e-mail photos if you would like them to be considered for the yearbook or website.

We cannot use all photos submitted, but will use as many as possible.


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PTA Symbol Every Child One Voice

Contact Lindsay Todd ( or 864-385-8934)


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Box Tops and Labels for Education  
Help Paris Elementary by saving the Box Tops and eligible labels from the items you already purchase! It is a great and free way to help our school and it takes only a few minutes each month!

Box Tops for Education Facts
For more information, contact school coordinator, Mrs. Allison Anderson, at

Box Tops Icon


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Report Volunteer Hours
When you sign in as a volunteer at school, the time you spend is automatically recorded.  If you volunteer in some way at Paris this year that does not involve signing in, please be sure you have recorded your volunteer hours sending the information to Mrs. Kristin Whitehead, Volunteer Chair, at  Remember volunteer hours count for anything you did for the school -   such as baking, shopping for items you purchased, and phone calls.


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