Paris ISD announces Woman2Woman program starting February 5th
After a successful campaign last fall with the MAN2MAN Program at Paris High School, this spring features a WOMAN2WOMAN Program which plans to be just as successful.
The program is designed to provide intervention that’s needed in our student’s lives in a real talk forum that lets the youth explore what they have always been told about being a woman from society’s view against what they discover in a calling to be a real woman of principle and character. The program will attempt to discuss the important aspects of being a woman who takes responsibility for their actions, what it means to integrity, generosity, selflessness and the willingness to stand for what is right even if it means standing alone.
WOMAN2WOMAN program features several influential women of the community including Joanie Moore (Principal of Paris Alternative School), Claire Haslam (counselor of the Safe-T), Shelia Daugherty (Educator and the all-time winningest Girls High-School Basketball Coach in Lamar County), Joan Mathis (Long-time Educator and Paris Junior College English Instructor) and Financial Experts from Guaranty Bond Bank to name a few that will speaking this Spring.
Plus, several area restaurants in the community will be donating a meal to the students on Thursdays in February and March.
The program begins February 5th and commences on March 28th. It is sponsored by Eva Williams and John Toppings.