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For the second year in a row, Payson High School will not offer Advanced Placement physics—nor will it offer AP chemi… Read more

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With Arizona cutting school budgets, while the governor demands they increase classroom spending, Payson Unified Scho… Read more

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Payson Unified School District has initiated a recognition ceremony for those employees that have served for a decade or more. Read more

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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. Read more

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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. Read more

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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. Read more

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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. Read more

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The Jan. 20 Payson Unified School District lockdown exposed a flaw in the district

s communication system the tech department has now fixed

the ability to send out text messages to parents. Read more

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Maybe it

s because we have more streams running through Rim Country than anywhere else in Arizona or maybe it

s because the skies are so clear that every star glows or maybe it

s all the ranches, but this year, Rim Country students flexed their scientific muscles to triumph over many Valley schools in the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair. Read more

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Payson has launched the rezoning of a 253-acre Forest Service parcel on which it plans to build a 6,000-student university. The rezoning would limit use of the land to educational purposes, which would include spin-off facilities crucial to the financing of the campus. Read more

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So, the official state budget has been signed and the cuts are in: Payson Unified School District has to peel away services to cover a $600,000 loss, which amounts to 4 percent of its operating budget. Read more

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Last fall, the Payson district launched a program to bring parents, grandparents, guardians and interested community members into the school to educate and address concerns and questions. Read more