Payson High Schools drill team danced the night away along with many other young dancers from around the Payson area. The night began with a presentation of the 2017-2018 Paysetters and their companions. Following their presentation, the girls of the night performed their Epic Hip Hop. Paysetters smiled through their Camp Dance. After Camp Dance, some of the other studios; Limelight, Step In Time, Steps PAC, Cindy’s Dance, and The Ridge Dance Academy took over the floor and also flooded the audience with “oohs” and “awws.”
Attention! Students of PHS, we have the ability to bring others to victory. Students at Payson High School have been victorious in many sports for several years, and every time there is always a picture perfect crowd of students whooping, cheering, and supporting our teams. We need to understand that we play a part in every event when we, as classmates, support one another. In the end we create something beautiful: we become one.
On January 22, at the Nebo School District welding competition, Tanner Pyne from Payson was awarded the first place overall winner of the annual event. He was named the best welder in the district and received a Miller Digital Infinity auto-darkening welding helmet, gloves, glasses and a Carhartt jacket valued over $500. He also received a scholarship to MTech for $500. Congratulations to Pyne and the welding program at Payson High School on this phenomenal recognition.
Watch for your new Get Away Today magazine to come home with your student soon. It is filled with travel specials for your family including Adults at Kids’ Prices at the Disneyland Resort for travel in January, February and May 2018! Plus, you can still get 2018 tickets at 2017 prices before they go up!
Nebo School District will be hosting a series of Parent Awareness Nights. The topics of discussion will include mental health and safety planning with youth. Several community service providers will be present to answer questions and help individuals to access services. See the event flyer for more information.
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A new bell schedule will begin January 16 at Payson High School. The new schedule will allow students to receive additional help from teachers throughout the week by replacing Make-Up Thursday time with intervention time each day in a different class. This rotation will allow students extra time once a week in each of their classes. The change hopes that students will be able to make-up missing assignments and allow teachers time to reteach concepts as needed. View the new schedule in the photo above.
Finding a Parking Spot at Payson High School is like trying to find water in the desert. At least that is what students think. PHS actually has a lot of parking around the school, but students don’t want to take the time to look around. Both students and teachers are frustrated. They can park in the actual student parking lot, but a lot of the time it is filled to the brim with cars. Other places the students can park are behind the Auto Shop or even in the Seminary parking lot.