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.
What happens when an angel donor, Biosphere 2, the Arizona Museum of Natural History, middle school students and the Sweet Tomatoes restaurant mix it up?
Nursing students celebrate
An old saying describes nurses: “Angels are nurses who have earned their wings.”
Parent University offers tips on different learning styles
Kids got learning styles.
After competing against a slew of state Future Business Leaders of America students in Tucson, four Payson students will move onto National Leadership Conference this summer in Chicago.
Evans: Construction of university will start in fall
The Rim Country Educational Alliance Board this week signed the long-awaited purchase agreement for 253 acres of Forest Service land on which it will build a four-year university in Payson.
What could be more perfect on Earth Day than a lesson in how plants grow?
In their last performance as Payson students on May 7 and 9, the Payson High School Longhorn Theatre seniors will direct the Senior Directed One Act Plays.
But teachers leaving in droves
Payson Unified School District Superintendent Greg Wyman now has his full leadership team in place for the upcoming school year, although teachers continue to leave the district.
The McKinney-Vento grant position filled by Joe Sanchez to help homeless students graduate and move onto post-secondary education will receive a boost from paid tutors.