“Homeschooling really enabled me to be the best that I can be,” said local Gila Community College (GCC) student Colton Jackson.
The Payson Unified School District (PUSD) has gone electronic with its school board agenda.
Almost every teacher qualifies for $2,000 performance pay bonus
Virtually all the teachers in the Payson Unified School District (PUSD) are doing well enough to receive a roughly $2,000, state-funded performance pay bonus.
Nine Payson Community Christian Students (PCCS) third- and fourth-grade students recently returned from a trip to the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.
Six members of Payson’s Health Occupation Student Association (HOSA) will compete in a national competition June 25 through June 30 in Nashville, Tenn.
The Mogollon Health Alliance awarded $20,000 in scholarships during its annual Auxiliary Spring Luncheon last month to students pursuing higher education in a human health-related field.
GCC board trying to cope with dwindling enrollment, state aid
On June 13, the Gila Community College (GCC) board will likely boost its property tax rate by 2 percent — the maximum allowed by state law.
Crying enough is enough, the Payson Unified School District board killed requests to create two new positions as it approved a slew of layoffs at its meeting on June 5.
Bracing for feedback from laid-off employees, the Payson Unified School District school board will meet on Wednesday, June 5 at noon for what promises to be another rocky budget session.
AP essay graders read ‘The Great Gatsby’ in Fitzgerald’s favorite bar
What do 3,000 English Lit instructors do to relax after reading 100 Advanced Placement (AP) papers in a day?
The Payson Unified School District has effectively let go of 18 non-teaching employees, part of a far-reaching overhaul of staffing.
Ever walk into a classroom full of excited, engaged, can’t wait to learn students and wish your child could be there? That’s the feeling the Payson Unified School District (PUSD) hopes to create in every classroom.
Around Rim Country, mothers pulled out tissues to watch their children move on to the last and final step in their child’s K-12 education during eighth grade promotions.
Mary Shannon suffered her first concussion during North High School soccer tryouts in 2011, colliding with the goalie and hitting her head on the ground.
Payson High School Band Director Daria Mason believes that music comes alive through history — that is why she will take 36 band students to perform in Gettysburg and New York for the National Festival of the States on June 10.