Payson students got a real-world crash course in the Constitution when lawyer Co Horgan spoke to Robert Hoyt’s history class.
Before the PARADE passes by
Balloons, bubbles and clowns.
Payson High School now hosts a Peace Pole, symbolizing humanity’s wish for world peace, according to the World Peace Prayer Society.
Richard and Darlene Alvarez served for many years as Payson Unified School District teachers, but they just can’t quite fully retire.
The Payson School Board this week recognized 25 “legendary teachers,” who have influenced generations of students.
Area residents responded generously to a recent teachers’ supply drive sponsored by Suddenlink and the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce.
As part of a weeklong celebration of Payson High School’s Homecoming week, the student government dubbed Wednesday, Wacky Mismatched Day.
Taking a moment from their busy schedule, Payson High School staff and students remembered the events of Sept. 11.
JRE stresses positive feedback on campus
Julia Randall Elementary has long celebrated the positive with HERO assemblies, but now teachers and staff have amped up the positive behavior feedback with stunning results.
On Friday, before the first bell of the day, Payson High School took a moment to remember the events of 9/11 with patriotic songs and speeches.
The Arizona Department of Corrections will issue a grant in 2016 to educators to train county inmates on workforce skills — and Gila Community College hopes to help.
Safeway manager Dan Dillon pillar of support for schools
Safeway Manager Dan Dillon keeps showing up.
Senior Dean Stephen Cullen reported enrollment numbers at the Gila Community College board meeting on Sept. 3.
The Gila County Cowbelles recently awarded two $1,000 scholarships. One went to Kylie Ridley in memory of Cowbelles’ founding member Laura Mae Holder.
Students honored for positive contributions
Focusing on the positive, Julia Randall Elementary recognizes positive student behavior with the Longhorn Pride Award.