In May, Payson High School lost all of its music teachers.
Local officials urge end to flip-flopping chaos of change in standards
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas on her “We are Listening” tour, got an earful when she stopped in Payson recently.
Gila County Community College and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension are offering AGR 230 “Gardening and Landscape” class at the Payson campus this fall semester 2016.
Schools update disaster planning
Once again, Susan Campbell, emergency preparedness coordinator for the Payson Unified School District, has presented better emergency plans for the district.
The $6 million question for Gila Community College — can it run independently? And will $6 million even suffice for the provisional college district in the face of plunging enrollment?
Residents say district should ask for help before hiking tax rates
Outside the Tonto Basin Elementary School District, temperatures soared past 100. Inside, tempers sizzled even hotter as residents gathered to protest a proposed boost in their property taxes.
Each year, after all the productions have ended and the auditorium prepares for a quiet summer, the Payson High School Drama Department gathers for its own version of the Oscars: The Thespies.
This year, not only did Payson Unified School District make full disclosure on how many employees left the district, but the district also reported reasons they left.
It’s that time of year again — if you can believe it — for school registration and open house. The first day of school is Monday, Aug. 1.
Seeks election as Gila County superintendent of schools
For Gail Gorry, the August primary will make it or break it for her in the Gila County school superintendent’s race.
At the end of June, the Arizona Department of Education released state level results of the AzMERIT test. The state won’t release school and student results until August.
Parents give a thumbs up; students rate a raspberry
Braving feedback from parents, teachers, staff and students, Payson Unified School District Superintendent Greg Wyman found the results pleasantly positive.
Jackie Wallace, GEAR UP coordinator for Payson Unified School District, took 11 students from her cohort to Safford for the GEAR UP Summer Camp of Champions June 13-17.
As it does every year, the Payson Unified School District Governing Board reviewed its decision to charge foreign exchange students tuition.
Deserving students in Payson will soon benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign.