Tis the season of giving, receiving and loving. Almost everyone can agree, unless you’re a real scrooge, that this time of year is filled with a lot more joy and love than the other 11 months of the year. Everyone is in the spirit of giving and looking for ways to show you care about someone. It’s definitely a special time. Why do you think kids love Christmas the most out of all the holidays? It may start because they get presents, but there is more to it there is a different feel in the air this time of year.
Payson High got in on the Holiday spirit by displaying this gorgeous tree! This time of year, it is nice to see joy and peace through symbols such as a tree, a wreath, candy canes, etc. On top of the busy schedules that our secretaries have, they were able to spend time making the tree look presentable, classy, and glamorous. Vickie Davis, Minon Tallon and Diana Steele spent time working on this masterpiece, and for that, we should recognize their hard work. Payson High has never looked better.
To provide as much time as possible for students to have access to their teachers, the time allotted for advisory is moving to the end of the day. Mini-report cards will be printed and handed out to students from 2:00 - 2:10. Mini-conferences is to provide additional time and support for learning and to reinforce the hope that students will use this time to improve their learning.
1st Period 7:55 - 9:15
2nd Period 9:20 - 10:40
Lunch 10:40 - 11:15
Claire Rowley, Gavin Scholl, and Madison Houston were chosen for the Academic All-State this year at Payson High. The Academic All-State is organized by the UHSAA, Utah High School Academic Association, the students are chosen by the state. In order to receive this award students must maintain a exemplementry GPA, and a high ACT score. Sports is a big commitment and Academic All-State is here to recognize the students who kept their grades up. Utah wants to recognize the athletes who do well on the field, the court, and the classroom.
A new school year, a new staff, and a whole lot of new stories. Here at the Mane Street Journal, we are so excited to present to you our first magazine of the 2017- 2018 school year. We have stories ranging from FFA to Hope Squad to school fund raisers. Our staff has worked hard to put together this edition of fall stories for you.
Our school offers so many amazing clubs and extracurricular activities to the students of Payson High. Whether it be clubs, sports teams, after-school organizations, etc. There are countless ways to get involved at PHS! One of the cool clubs that deserves a lil’ love is HOSA. HOSA stands for Health Occupations Students of America. The entire organization focuses on areas of the medical field through hands on experience, conferences, meetings, and service projects.
Some of Payson High School students went to UVU for a conference on leadership. The conference had lots of tips on being a good leader and how to better serve people you come in contact with. The conference was also about professionalism and also about “ how we can come to together to be a team.”
Payson High School’s esteemed chemistry and astronomy teacher Linda Walter has received a PEAK Award for the month of November 2017; an award designed to showcase the positive energy and kindness of Nebo employees. She was nominated by Jesse Sorensen, RaShel Shepard, and Alyssa Behrend. They had only good things to say about Mrs. Walter when they related, “Linda has the role of technology mentor in our building and uses technology to reach more students.