Gila Community College finds itself in a Catch 22 in its quest for accreditation and independence, the board learned at its March 12 meeting.
Cody Rislund searched the mass of photos of the face of Mars for his seventh-grade science project.
Superintendent briefs Payson board on losses, gains
Schools avoided big cuts in the just-adopted state budget, but the devil’s in the details and the fine print of the budget provisions, Payson Unified School District Superintendent Greg Wyman told the school board on Monday.
Payson spent $7,571 per student in 2014 — down slightly from the previous year and a full 41 percent below the national average.
Payson fared well when student AIMS test scores and overall spending trends were compared to either the state average or comparable small districts with high poverty rates in the student population.
The tiny Pine-Strawberry school district earned an A rating in the auditor general’s report — validating research showing that small schools often provide the best education, but at a sometimes steep price.
When Payson High School senior Steven Martinez stumbled across the play, “Supermodels in Jeopardy,” he knew he had a winner.
Justin Boudreau figures he’s addressed more than a million students and teachers in his 13 years as a motivational speaker.
Two Gila Community College students will compete on the 20th Annual All-Arizona Academic Team, an honor recognized by newly elected Governor Doug Ducey.
Gila Community College aims to train more beauty makers at its Rim Country Cosmetology Academy — and the community can help.
District costs low, but students do well on AIMS
Payson schools have seen better student achievement with fewer dollars than comparable school districts, according to the annual report card of Arizona’s school districts released last week by the Auditor General’s Office.
Devon Wells plopped a huge cookie sheet down on the counter.
This week, both Payson Elementary School and Julia Randall Elementary held their annual Jump Rope for Heart event.
Nick Pfeifle waited with Payson High School theater instructor Kathy Siler for the rest of the students at the gates of the Arizona Renaissance Festival.