Photographed from left are (front row) Quay Porter, Emily Steele (Teacher Leader), Cassie Zuniga; (second row) Hope Dixon, Tamia McKinney, Esmeralda Aguinaga, Hannah Pardee, Austin Whitaker, Carol Sanchez, Amagane Hamilton, Akia Edwards; (back row) Robert Parker, Destiny Millard, Raycee McDonald, Kenya Young, Hopthe e Cox, Skylar Frazier Photo provided by PISD.


Students from Paris High School brought home several state awards from the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) Teach Tomorrow Summit, held Feb. 28-March 2 at The Delta Hotel and Watters Creek Convention Center in Allen, TX.

Hope Cox and Esmeralda Aguinaga received a blue ribbon in secondary bulletin board and Quay Porter and Robert Parker received a red ribbon in elementary bulletin board. Akia Edwards and Amagane Hamilton received a blue ribbon in project visualize teaching. Hannah Pardee and Skylar Frazier received a blue ribbon in project visualize fundraising. Destiny Millard and Robert Parker received a blue ribbon in project visualize service. Hope Dixon and Tamia McKinney received a blue ribbon in project visualize appreciation. Kenya Young and Cassie Zuniga received a blue ribbon in project visualize recreation. Hope Cox and Skylar Frazier received a red ribbon in chapter yearbook.

Destiny Millard received a bronze certificate and Austin Whitaker received a silver certificate for their performance on the Educational Leadership Fundamentals (ELF) Test.

Hope Cox was elected as Historian of Texas Association of Future Educators.

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