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Video Presentation: Sulphur Springs High School Jazz Band at Heritage Park
Dec02
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PJC-Sulphur Springs: Ready to Work
Dec01

PJC-Sulphur Springs: Ready to Work

READY TO WORK        PJC-Sulphur Springs Center students, all members of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society, got their trash bags and brooms ready for a campus cleanup this week. Giving directions are PTK Advisor Trina Lubbe, second from left, with Blend Club Advisor Mayra Cummings, right,...

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PJC Regents Have Busy November Meeting
Nov29

PJC Regents Have Busy November Meeting

SWEARING IN        Recently elected PJC regents are sworn in for six-year terms Monday evening by PJC Executive Secretary Pam Bennett. Shown from left are Curtis Fendley, Ginna Bowman and Mark Buster. The Paris Junior College Board of Regents swore in recently elected regents and elected officers for the next two years at their November meeting. Regents Ginna Bowman, Mark Buster, and Curtis Fendley were sworn in to new six-year terms....

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PJC-Sulphur Springs: English Composition
Nov28

PJC-Sulphur Springs: English Composition

ENGLISH LESSONS PJC-Sulphur Springs Center English Instructor Dr. Ken Haley gets a smile from students Emma Hampton and Ty Self as they discuss a point in his English composition class at the Sulphur Springs...

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Thee Treehouse Community Project and ‘MathStore’ Christmas Fundraiser
Nov27

Thee Treehouse Community Project and ‘MathStore’ Christmas Fundraiser

Students Jackson and Maggie with Creative Writing teacher Sharon Feldt Along with their Write Stuff Creative Writing teacher Sharon Feldt, Thee Treehouse Christian Co-op students Maggie Finley and Jackson Wallace appeared on the KSST Good Morning Show to talk about their “Reverse Advent Calendar Project’. As  you may know, an Advent Calendar is one in which, between December 1 and 24th, you open a window or door on the...

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PJC-Sulphur Springs Offers Phlebotomy Basic And Clinical
Nov26

PJC-Sulphur Springs Offers Phlebotomy Basic And Clinical

The Department of Workforce and Continuing Education of Paris Junior College has scheduled a Phlebotomy Basic & Clinical course to be taught at the PJC-Sulphur Springs Center campus beginning on January 29, 2019. The course will provide technical and clinical training to prepare a student for work as a phlebotomist in hospitals, physician offices, group practices and other places where the service is needed.             The class...

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PJC Receives Major Recognition in Math Instruction
Nov26

PJC Receives Major Recognition in Math Instruction

PJC RECEIVES AWARD        Shown receiving the Overall Exemplar Award on behalf of Paris Junior College in Dallas were, from left, PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Director and Dual Credit Coordinator Rob Stanley, PJC-Greenville Center Director John Shasteen, Math Division Chair and Instructor Mallie Hood, retired Vice President of Academic Studies Ed McCraw, English instructor Chris Nichols, Financial Aid Director Linda...

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PJC Mid-Year Graduation December 14, 2018
Nov19

PJC Mid-Year Graduation December 14, 2018

READY TO GRADUATE PJC-Sulphur Springs Center Advisor Carey Gable is helping Savanna Tharp get her graduation application completed so she can walk during the mid-year graduation exercises to be held on Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. on the...

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Cumby FFA Placed 7th out of 70 Clubs during Area VI Leadership Development
Nov19

Cumby FFA Placed 7th out of 70 Clubs during Area VI Leadership Development

According to Dayton Wood, President of the Cumby FFA Chapter, the team had already placed 2nd at District earlier this Fall in Radio Broadcast contests, and that placement allowed them to advance to Area competition on November 14, 2018. Using scripts they developed during workshops and working as a broadcast team, they faced down students from 70 other schools to bring home 7th Place. However, they did not fulfill their dream of...

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Lady Cat Basketball Live!
Nov17

Lady Cat Basketball Live!

Paris vs. Sulphur Springs, November 17th,...

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