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Congratulations to the following athletes who received medals by placing top 6 in their events at the Utah State Track Championships: Amy Pouliot in the discus and javelin, Tiana Argyle in the 300 meter hurdles (a new school record), and Isaac Birchette in the High Jump.
The following athletes finished in the top 8, which scores points for the team: Adam Marck, Isaac Birchette, Matthew Christensen, Parker Nettelton, Tiana Argyle, Azure Trevino, Alysa Rowley, Kea Hancock, Maris Mortenson, and Amy Pouliot.
The winner to the Keys to Success Assembly is Adam Pullan. Adam won an iPad and will go to Salt Lake City to try and win a new car. Adam is a wonderful student to represent our school. The teacher who nominated Adam is Mrs. McMurdie. Congradulations to all the great students who won key cards this year and a big thank you to Ken Garff for sponsoring this wonderful program.
Can you trust your internet browser with your passwords? Can people easily discover your passwords? When people store passwords and personal information in their phones, others can pinpoint their location and potentially cause harm. According to Adam Levin, a smartphone expert, “40 percent of smartphone users do not secure their phones with any type of entry password.” If a phone is lost or stolen, anyone can gain access to all information and accounts.
Mrs. Liddle teaches what is known as the Special Ed classes.They are the most unique kids you can ever find. They all support the newspaper and read it every month. They are the newspaper’s number one fans! When they receive a new issue they read it, become familiar with it, and enjoy it. We thought it would be fun to give our number one fans a spotlight. Here is a little bit about each student.
This year for choir tour, the Payson High Concert Choir went to Disneyland. On the way to California, the concert choir first stopped at SUU to do a clinic with a professor there named Kevin Baker. After this, the choir had a choir exchange with Canyon View. (A choir exchange is where both choirs get together and perform for each other, spend some time singing together, and get to meet new people.) After singing for a bit then stopping for lunch, the choir then headed to Las Vegas. That night in Vegas, we had the chance to see the play Newsies at The Smith Center.