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Paris, TX, March 31, 2012 – North Lamar’s Zone 32 now has a plaque in place at the high school for contributors. For $50 individuals and groups may purchase an engraved name plate in memory or in honor of a loved one or friend. Proceeds will benefit North Lamar’s Zone 32 project by helping students obtain the support services they need and bringing in guest speakers to talk about making right choices when it comes to drugs and alcohol.
The contributor’s plaque was designed by Wes Brown and the NLHS Ag Department. Steve Glover with Management Awards contributed and designed the engraving plates for the plaque.
To purchase an engraved name plate in memory or in honor of a loved one or friend, contact Wendy Bozarth at 903.491.8067 or by email email@example.com.
Paris, TX, March 28, 2012 – North Lamar elementary campuses will begin their Annual Skip, Jump and Run Children’s Fundraiser March 30 and run two weeks concluding on April 13. Students from Bailey Intermediate, Aaron Parker, Everett and Higgins Elementaries will be seeking individuals and businesses to sponsor them in their campus’s Skip, Jump and Run day in May.
The fundraiser is sponsored by the Physical Education Department at each campus. Half of the proceeds will go to the PE Department and the other to the North Lamar Children’s Fund to help NL students throughout the year who are in need of shoes, clothes, medications, eye exams, glasses, and other personal needs. The fund also helps NL angels and their families at Christmas time and to have food and turkeys for the holidays.
The top fundraiser from all four campuses will win a grand prize of a Weekend Getaway to Great Wolf Lodge. First place winners at each school will receive a 32” flat screen TV, second place winners will receive a 3DS Nintendo with 2 games and third place winners will receive a $75 gift card to Hibbett Sports. Students receiving a donation of $40 or more will receive a t-shirt.
Pictured with the prizes are last year’s Everett Skip, Jump and Run winners. From left are Mylee Nottingham, Riley Reaves, Ellie Ables and Amy Moody.
Pictured Above: Stone Middle School 8th graders, Emily Kok (left) and Christian Sims (right), give their homebuilt gliders a heave in hopes the push would make their airplanes travel the distance necessary for teacher approval.
Paris, TX, March 28, 2012 – While studying the stars, galaxies, solar system and space, John Dickinson’s 8th grade science students at North Lamar ISD used their research skills and applied their knowledge of flight dynamics to build gliders out of shoeboxes. They then tested their gliders outdoors with the furthest going to Chad Box with a flight of 80 feet. The students will finish up their unit by making rockets out of two-liter bottles.
2nd place with his 10 Bale Hay Grappler
Matthew Thrasher, Michael Lour and Chase Frazier
2nd place with their 17’Hydraulic Dove Tail Trailer
Heath Shirley, Gibson Cobb and Garret Thomas
Blue Ribbon on their 27’ Flatbed Goose Neck Trailer
Jason Wixom and Corban Hart
Red Ribbon on their Rodeo Bucking Shoot
Sponsor: Patt Swaim
North Lamar sophomore Tristan Reynolds, right, traveled to Corpus Christi with sponsor Billy Copeland, left, to compete at the State SkillsUSA Contest on March 22–25. Tristan placed 2nd in State in the Outdoor Power Equipment Competition.