Each year, the Payson Unified School District board mulls over what to do with foreign exchange students — this year, the discussion fell on May 26.
Districts with charter schools may have to make years of back payments
A mistake in a budget bill could cost districts like Payson with charter schools millions.
Twenty-one acts took to the gym floor at Julia Randall Elementary the last day of school to celebrate the talent of the student body.
Donations key to children’s success
Alarmed by the rising number of teens without enough support to finish their schooling, a collaboration of church leaders and caring Rim Country community members joined together in 2009 to create Payson Assisting Displaced Students.
In an effort to get the public involved in plans to build a university, the Rim Country Educational Foundation is sponsoring a contest to “design the sign.”
Each year the bands from beginning to advanced set up on the lawn behind the Rim Country Middle School gym to entertain friends, family and the community.
Payson Unified School District has initiated a recognition ceremony for those employees that have served for a decade or more.
It’s not so easy to stand in front of 120 of your classmates who have watched you for 12 years, cry and laugh, goof off and be serious, succeed and fail to share words of wisdom.
The Payson Town Council last week moved ahead to rezone a 253-acre Forest Service parcel so that it can only harbor an educational institution or related facilities.
Alliance delivers first check
The Rim Country Educational Alliance Thursday took another concrete step toward buying the land to build a 6,000-student university campus in Payson.
On Friday, May 15, Payson Unified School District illustrated that its text alerts to parents work great.
Julia Randall Elementary students with help from staff, took matters into their own hands requesting a healthier school to win recognition from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Arizona Department of Education through the Healthier U.S. Schools Challenge.
In their final shows as Payson High School thespians, this year’s graduating seniors ambitiously produced five shows.
Clutching their egg cartons, nine groups of excited third-grade students followed their teacher to different stations to learn about minerals, igneous, sedentary and metamorphic rocks from the Payson Rimstones Rock Club.
For the first time, Julia Randall Elementary had a Fine Arts Night dedicated to all the fifth-grade artists.