Welcome to Pampa High School 
111 E. Harvester
Pampa, Texas 79065
(806) 669-4800
Attendance Office:  (806) 669-4800
Counselor's Office:  (806) 661-3449

Warning to Parents About Yik Yak App:  Pampa ISD wants to make sure everyone is aware of the new app called Yik Yak. Whatever its original purpose was, it is currently being used nationwide to create havoc, grief, and anonymous cyber-bullying. PISD Administration and the Technology Department are aware of the app and the problems that go with it. We have worked with the app’s developer and have arranged for it to be blocked on all of our campuses. We are also working diligently to discourage student use. Please know we will use our full range of options to place consequences on those we find participating.  Since anonymity is the main selling point for this app, that has proven to be very difficult. We are asking parents to help us by working with your student to delete the app and not to participate in this hurtful and negative behavior. Our counselors are also available to support students in dealing with this as well.  We appreciate the community and parental support as we work together to ensure that our students feel emotionally safe in our schools.

Senior Breakfast Photo Album

Yearbook AdClick here for Josten's website! Yearbook banner

 

As of June 5, 2014, the face of Family Access is changing.  The functionality should remain the same but there will be some differences in the way it looks.   There is a brief video on You Tube regarding Family Access 2.0.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSeJ9XB8sFw.

Click here to check out the Interactive Hall of Fame Biographies
created by our students

The Vision of Pampa High School is to create a place where students, staff, and the community are valued.  Together, we live and work within a culture and climate of expectations through support, teaching through learning, and excellence through example.

The Mission of Pampa High School is for students, staff, and community create a partnership where every day we embrace tasks and challenges together.  We will be the learners.  We will be the doers.  We will be the ones to ensure success for all.

1.  We believe the alliance of home, school, and community promotes both school and student success; therefore, we will promote ongoing stakeholder communication.

2.  We believe that students must be prepared for a future of rapid change; therefore, we will foster the abilities to reason, to solve problems, and to use technology as a significant tool for learning.

3.  We believe that students should be contributing members of both the school and larger communities; therefore, we will nurture a sense of community and individual responsibilities for that community.

4.  We believe that all students are capable of high achievement and that intelligence is developed and achievement results from consistent and effective effort; therefore, we will support and encourage students to meet expectations of excellence.

5.  We believe that students and adults learn best when they are actively involved in the learning process; therefore, we will promote engaging and active learning opportunities to staff and students.

6.  We believe that strong relationships and open communication are essential for individual motivation and overall success; therefore, we will promote relationship building within our classrooms and advisory systems.

7.  We believe education is an ever-changing lifelong process and people need to view themselves as life-long learners.

8.  We believe that public education is the foundation for American democracy and is the primary vehicle for preparing each generation of adult citizens to become contributing members of a democratic society.

9.  We believe we have a collective responsibility to create and sustain a safe environment that is respectful, engaging, vibrant, and culturally responsive.

10.  We believe that the core business of schools is to ensure that every student every day is provided challenging, engaging, and satisfying work.

   

Pampa High School does not discriminate against any student on the basis of
race, color, gender, national origin, disability, religion or age.

 

El Distrito de la Escuela Independiente de Pampa (PISD) no discrimina en base a raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, discapacidad, o edad