Congratulations to Clint Peery named one of Nebo School District's Teachers of the Year. "Clint is a dynamic teacher that relates to students at a very personal level. His sports production classes streamed over 60 PHS events. He created an online magazine and outdoor video production class that is wildly popular. Clint is very willing to help out any program that needs assistance. He works with the at-risk student population on a regular basis and has a natural rapport with these students.
Demons are the spawns of Lucifer, who come up from Hell, common knowledge right? In this thrilling five book series readers are taken to the city of Atlanta where 17 year old Riley Blackthorne lives among these Hellspawn. Trapping demons isn’t the most ideal job a girl could have but it’s the one Riley’s good at. Following in her father's footsteps Riley is slowly trying to become more then Paul Blackthorne’s little girl.
April is always a month to look forward to, but with this new issue coming out you have one more reason! As you all know Spring has sprung, so we have given you many sports issues to cure that spring fever as well as some great articles on Student Council elections and Miss Payson. We have the inside scoops on clubs and a rocking opinion piece on trash in our school's parking lot! Check out all of our new and fun content that the staff has worked so incredibly hard to produce! See you next month Payson! - Kyrra Lundberg, Chief Editor
The blueberry flavored Jelly Bean was created for Ronald Reagan’s inauguration in 1981
John Quincy Adams had a pet alligator that he kept in one of the bathtubs in the White House
Andrew Jackson had a pet parrot that he taught to swear. It was a great idea, until the parrot ruined his funeral by spewing profanities during the service
As I continue my fourth and final term of high school, I try and remember all the good times I had. Sadly, the truth is I have had more bad memories than good. I am a firm believer that this was caused by not wanting to participate in the various activities offered by the high school. I had the opportunity to attend 3 different high schools including, Timpview High, Salem High, and Payson High. All three of these schools were filled with outstanding school spirit, fun/enthusiastic teachers, and of course, multiple school activities. My mistake?
Girls golf has just started and the outlook for the season is looking very promising. The coach of the girls golf team Ms. Miller has been teaching at payson for 23 years, and for 12 of those years she has been coaching girls golf. Coach Miller has won multiple Club Championships at the Payson Golf Course Gladstan, and a few Club Championships at Spanish Oaks Golf Course. Coach Miller is passing her knowledge and experience to the two newest members of the girls golf Team.
Mrs. Griffin’s classes they’ve begun talking about universal obligation, what it’s about, what it means. They had a full class discussion on this topic. As a class they’re each writing 500 words or less essays about this topic. Michelle Rushton answered by saying,“This means, who are the people who you’re willing to go and help? The people who mean so much to you that you’re always willing to help them out with anything.” This is also about understanding everything that happened in the Holocaust and just be informed about the horrors that occurred.
On February 15 a group of 29 Payson High students gathered together in the counseling computer lab to head on a special field trip to a company called Fishbowl. Fishbowl is a company that sells and advanced inventory management software. Fishbowl helps either private customers and/or businesses keep track of sales history and inventory they have yet to sell. One very big corporation that uses this software is NASA. NASA uses it too keep track of things that they send to the International Space Station.