The Fiesta Bowl Parade Committee specifically asked for the trees — so Cameron Davis, Payson Parks and Recreation director, said he would deliver.
The student council (STUGO) huddled in sponsor Anna Van Zile’s room, planning every detail of a Homecoming Week celebration designed to bust out all over with spirit.
Payson Schools Superintendent Greg Wyman received the call before the Sept. 22 board meeting —the U.S. Department of Education’s GEAR UP grant is back on.
Forty-two eighth-grade students have volunteered to make Rim Country Middle School (RCMS) a warmer, fuzzier, more comfortable place for incoming sixth-grade students.
A mounting body of research shows that extracurricular activities can significantly boost student achievement, but many Payson programs may wind up on the chopping block if voters reject continuing a 10 percent budget override.
The Healthy Foodie
Turns out, one of the first crops I accidentally managed to grow on my Community Garden plot was pigweed.
College cosmetology building nearly done
Gila Community College (GCC) has just put the finishing touches on the cosmetology building and hired an instructor.
Volatile student test scores dropped at Julia Randall Elementary (JRE) from last year, perhaps reflecting administrative upheaval.
Override failure may force cuts
With a yes vote on the Payson Unified School District override in November, Rim Country residents can offer direct support to local teachers.
Parent: ‘This was amazing’
Dozens of concerned parents, grandparents, caregivers and community members gave up their Saturday morning to find out about their student’s homework, well-being and how the Payson Unified School District (PUSD) works.