Payson High student Logan Bennett awarded runner-up at Sterling Scholar Awards

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Sheila Lotz

Friday,  March 15, 2019 the Sterling Scholar Wasatch Front Region Awards Ceremony was held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Conference Center Little Theatre. At this  prestigious event, Logan Bennett was awarded one of the top two runners up in the Skilled and Technical Sciences Education category. Logan was recognized because of his excellence in Video Production and TV Broadcasting as well as his magnificent example of scholarship, leadership, and citizenship.  Since 1962 the Sterling Scholar Program has been Utah's elite scholarship competition.

David Rockwood Appointed Assistant Principal of Payson High School

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Lana Hiskey

The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Dr. David Rockwood as the Assistant Principal of Payson High for Nebo School District.

David earned is bachelor’s degree in Psychology Teaching from Brigham Young University and his master’s degree in Educational Psychology and doctorate’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy, both from University of Utah. He received the Milton Bennion Scholarship in 2017-18.

Tona Graff Appointed Assistant Principal of Springville High

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Lana Hiskey

The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Tona Graff as the Assistant Principal of Springville High for Nebo School District.    

Tona earned her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics Education from Brigham Young University and her Education Administration at Southern Utah University. Ms. Graff was the Dean of Students at Payson High for the last two years and taught mathematics at Payson High for 23 years. She also coached basketball, softball, volleyball, and speech/debate for 20 years.

March Mane Street Journal

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March is here and it came in like a lion, as our front page picture captures perfectly. Just because the weather is less than ideal, it doesn't mean that there aren't great stories happening at PHS. This month we feature stories on CTE month, concurrent enrollment classes, upcoming spring sports, and of course a story on our state champion PHS wrestling team. Like always, all stories are completely student produced and edited.

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