On Dec. 13, 2018, Payson High School, along with other schools in the district, were encouraged to buckle their seatbelts, and be safe. After school, patrol officers and student council members were stationed at the exits of the parking lot. In their hands were candy canes to give to those who were buckled up! This was to help students be safely buckled, and encourage being buckled when in the car, especially around this time of year.
Girl’s golf next season is starting soon and Coach Miller needs players to go talk to her before the break. “All the information they need is on a paper I give them when they come and talk to me,” Miller said when asked what information the girls needed to know. Miller also said that the players need to go talk to her so she can find out who needs golf clubs.
The Red Ribbon Assembly was definitely one for the books, it was something that most students were able to connect with in one way or another. Collin Kartchner spoke to the student body about the negative effects of social media and how we can fix it. Kartchner gave an amazing presentation, he had everyone laughing and wanting to know what he would say next.
Another season of boys basketball begins. Their first event of the year is the Green and White game which features both PHS basketball and Bantam basketball teams. To kick off the night, the local Bantam teams will play against one another. Following these teams there will be a three-point competition, a dunk contest, finishing with an appearance from our beloved basketball boys. This event will take place on November 20 at 6:00 pm at the high school.
Nov. 8, 2019 the scientists of chemistry at Payson High School (PHS) showed their magic. With their mind-blowing experiments, the audience was able to experience the outstanding chemical reactions of these fine chemists. At 6:45 p.m. moms and dads, children and friends flowed into the auditorium and filled in the front section, so they could get the full effect of the experiments.
Sarah Noll’s B1 Portuguese class received a pleasant surprise when Dr. Shepherd, Mr. Mecham and Mrs. Gowans walked into her classroom on Wednesday November 7th. As soon as Mrs. Noll saw the award that Gowans had in her arms, she knew what was coming.
Mrs. Noll was supposed to have received the Spirit of the Lion award one day before during a faculty meeting, yet Noll was absent because of training.
Sterling Scholar is a prestigious award that provides recognition for high school seniors. This award is found exclusively in Utah and began in 1962. At this time, there was already a program in Utah for recognizing outstanding high school athletes. Deseret News felt as though academia should be recognized on the same scale as athletics. Hence the creation of Sterling Scholar.
Come on in, cause the water’s fine! Our swim team here at PHS has started going to meets as of last weekend with a huge invitational. Placing fourth overall at the starting invitational has given the Swim Team hope and invigorated the team for their meet at Orem!
Monday and Thursday next week will have different schedules to accommodate two fabulous assemblies:
Veteran’s Day Assembly on Monday, November 12 will have the following schedule:
7:55 - 8:55 1st 60 Minutes
9:00 - 10:05 Assembly 65 Minutes
10:10 - 11:05 2nd 55 Minutes
11:05 - 11:40 Lunch 35 Minutes
11:45 - 12:40 3rd 55 Minutes
12:45 - 1:40 4th 55 Minutes