Monday March 10, 2014
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As a parent, I don't believe it should be the total responsibility of the parent or the student. The teacher needs to be more communicative and they should be qualified enough to be able to see a problem in the making and communicate that to the parent and the student. Catch it before it's too late. For PHS to have a 27% failure rate is unacceptable. ALLOW the children to learn - don't just give up on them! I believe if the school worked together with the parents and student instead of just "shuffling them in and shuffling them out", we'd have a much better society.
Historically, male Principals of High Schools are more successful. Though the female candidates may be very qualified, males are more respected, feared when needed, and positive.
Garrett is my Son and I know how important activities like this are to him and to the other students. They take such pride in helping out and in keeping our area clean. Thank you to Mr. Pirch for making this kind of activity a reality.
I believe this is the best thing that could happen to Payson High School. Instead of concentrating on giving the young people the best education they can, the administration is very concerned with community standing and hypocracy. The drop in enrollment is a direct reflection of this Principal. I have high hopes that whoever is put in that position in the future will BY-FAR do a better job, no matter who it is.
I saw no mention of the truck pull and no pictures. It was one of the highlights of the entire event! Grayson Lance won the 3/4 ton division, David Hardman won the 1/2 ton division. All 4 competitors were local boys! Awesome! The crowd was on their feet!
Thank you Mr. Sandoval. The public needs to know that the District makes errors - including those in judgement. Most critical and harmful error in judgement is having the current Principal of Payson High School in that position. The School District's Core Values include Six Pillars of Character, where she does not possess 3 of them - Fairness, Caring and Respect. I don't believe she's qualified.
I found a wonderful recipe we use for brunch or dinner on a chilly night.
1 dozen eggs
1 c. sour cream
1/2 c. water
1/2 c. chopped chives
1 can chopped green chilis (optional)
Stir above thoroughly.
1 pks Farmer John link sausage (cooked and cut into 1" pieces)
Stir sausage into egg mixture. Pour in sprayed (non-stick coating) 9X13 glass baking dish.
Sprinkle with 1-1/2 c. shredded cheddar cheese.
Bake at 375 degrees until done (about 30 min).
Serve with warm biscuits.
Easy, quick, and yummy!
We bought a home and 21 chickens came with it! We need egg recipes! If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it.
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