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North Lamar invites you to the following event to benefit West ISD:
North Lamar ISD will release at 1:45 p.m. on Monday, May 20 so faculty and students may attend the funeral service for NLHS junior Megan Weissenmayer. The service will be held at 3:00 p.m. at the NLHS gymnasium.
North Lamar High School senior, Jessica Roberts, has been awarded the LMS Restoration scholarship for 2013.
Applicants were considered based on grade performance, extracurricular involvement, and future plans. According to Don Preston, owner of LMS Restoration, “Jessica’s application stood out due to her strong and committed work ethic, her many community service contributions, and her sincere confidence in achieving her elevated goals.”
Jessica is the daughter of Glenn & Suzanne Roberts of Paris. She is ranked 3rd in her graduating class of 224 students and has a GPA of 4.00.
Throughout high school, Jessica has been involved in Beta Club, Yearbook, Key Club, National Honor Society, UIL Science, Project Graduation, Spanish Club, Bible Club and Zone 32.
She has contributed to our community through peer mentoring and through numerous roles in her church, as well as demonstrated her determination to further her education by saving the money she has earned through two jobs her junior and senior years. Jessica plans to pursue a career as a doctor or nurse practitioner in the field of pediatric oncology, rheumatology, or obstetrics.
LMS Restoration is proud to support and encourage this outstanding young leader in our community of Paris.
North Lamar High School seniors Cody Edwards (left) and Kara Erickson (right) were honored with the United State Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award given by Sergeant Jeremy Owens (center). The presentation was made in the presence of NLHS staff members, peers, family, and friends.
The Scholastic Excellence Award is designed to honor one deserving distinguished male scholar and one deserving distinguished female scholar.
“These two seniors are exemplary young citizens and role models for other students,” said Sgt. Owens. “They are being recognized for academic achievement and leadership as high school scholars.”
Lamar County Constable Rick Easterwood (pictured) of Precinct 4 was one of many professionals to participate in the Parker Elementary Career Day and talk about what they do in their line of work. Representatives from the sheriff department, fire department, K95.5 FM radio station, Ag Power, and Camp Maxey were on hand to talk and ask questions as students rotated from station to station.