Continuing the blog series on our school rules, today we're covering rule #2 use manners.
Rules are important. They provide an unspoken structure, clarity, and guidance in all situations.
Participants were more physically active and many reported being more comfortable with social interaction and contact.
We are excited to see what 2020 will bring to Paragon. Here's a look back at 2019.
19 high school students attended I/ITSEC and had an epic experience.
During this time of year, we often reflect on what we are thankful for.
Ms. Days' class created a beautiful coffee table out of wood crates.
Hurricane prep can be stressful. Here are tips that can help.
We are excited to welcome our new middle and high school teacher, Philip Nuñez!
UCF provided students with Fitbits to track their physical activity.
Middle school student has an amazing experience with Bucs QB Jameis Winston.
Closing out the #Congrats2OurGrads senior highlight, we're sharing Manny's Q&A.
We're highlighting our graduating seniors and saying #Congrats2OurGrads! Next is Natalie.
We're highlighting our graduating seniors and saying #Congrats2OurGrads! First up is Isabelle.
Joined by various member of the community, Paragon hosted a special event on campus.
Students and staff faced-off in an epic egg bashing competition the week before Easter.
Students came to campus thinking it was just another school day, but they were in for a big surprise.
Each year, our German class competes with another school's German class in a series of tests during Fasching.
Middle and high school teams battled it out in several rounds to see which team would be crowned the champ.
WKMG Channel 6 News anchor Lisa Bell debuted her new book and planted gardens with students.
Students experienced different field including construction, transportation, and more.
Students participated in a variety of activities, including a relay race, scooter hockey, snowball toss and bobsled race.