Darrin Wright of Wright Chiropractic was the guest speaker at Payson High School’s Windows on the Workplace, April 20. Wright spoke to the students about the difference between being a medical doctor and a chiropractor and the benefits of the two. Among other things chiropractors learn about nerves and bones in a way a doctor does not. Wright also shared the enjoyment of his profession with the students.
By Daniela Garcia
The PHS tennis team uses being a young team to their advantage by using their quickness and high energy to shut down their opponent. Sitting second in region is a very hard earned spot. With only four seniors on this year’s team, most of their players will return next year. The seniors are Jordan Wood first singles, Connor Hart second singles, and doubles Jakob Johnson and Bryce Clyde.
Payson High School Dance Company is excited to announce their upcoming dance concert titled “Tangents”. The concert will be held on Thursday and Friday, May 3rd and 4th at 7:00 p.m. in the Payson High School Auditorium. General admission is $5.00, Student admission is $4.00, or $20.00 for an immediate family pass.
Payson, Ut – April 5, 2012
Coach Marjie Jo Ralph a speech and debate coach at Payson High School has been awarded a Coach Workshop Scholarship by the National Forensic League to Whitman College. The scholarship, which covers all fees was awarded competitively to outstanding speech and debate coaches based on applications to the program. Coach Ralph is one of just 66 Coach Workshop Scholarship recipients from across the country.
By KD Apgood
Our Payson Lions Boys Tennis season has official started. Wednesday March 28 was the team’s
first region match they played at Spanish and showed the Dons how to play some real Tennis.
The coaches for the 2012 season are Karen Clark, Brennan Warren, and Craig Hancock. They
are coaching seven varsity players this year, they have two double teams and three singles. The
team captains this year are Jordan Wood and Conner Heart.
“We are definitely ready to take region this year!” said Bryce Clyde.