When to say Yes or No

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Photo and Article by: Briton Wilson of the Lions Roar Newspaper Staff

A question that almost everyone has asked at least once in their life is when should you say yes or no to a date. Many students don’t know when they should yes or no. However, other students and teachers know exactly when you should.

The Stories Behind The Unstoppable Pins

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Article written by: Michelle Rushton Photo taken by: Briton Wilson

You all may have heard of the Unstoppable pins that a lot of people are getting. Well here is a little insight about who has gotten one, why, and how YOU can get one. First of all, how you can get one, is by doing some sort of kind act for another student or a teacher or helping out in organizations, or doing something for the community that stands out to your teacher, an administrator or at Student Council member.

This week at PHS

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, Nov. 7 

  • 3:30 Swimming @ Orem

 Wednesday, Nov. 8

  • 4:00-7:00 FAFSA Night for Seniors and Parents/College Night for grades 9-12
  • 6:00 Board Meeting

 Thursday, Nov. 9

  • 5:00 & 7:30 Play Performance: Enchanted April

Friday, Nov. 10

  • 5:00 & 7:30 Play Performance: Enchanted April
  • 3:00-8:00 Debate Tournament

Saturday, Nov. 11

Marketing Class “Donuts” over $100 to Pencils of Promise

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The Lions Roar Newspaper

The Marketing class did a pricing experiment that involved selling donuts. Although the donuts were delicious, there were real marketing principles behind selling them. The first thing each team had to do was to pick a goal and pricing policy. Pricing policies are things like earning a profit, or competing with the competition. Most groups picked to compete with their competition, their peers. And for those who walked down the hall the competition was real. The next step in marketing these donuts was to pick a price and a pricing strategy.

A Box For Our Friend, Deryk

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Hayden McDowell

 

On October 6th, 2017,  a beloved student here at PHS, Deryk Lowe, passed away unexpectedly. Through the mourning of his death, a few Payson High students took the liberty of tributing Deryk and his family with a beautifully crafted wooden box.

PHS Wins First Place at Japanese Sports Festival

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By: Talbie Oberg of the Lions Roar Newspaper

Payson High School Japanese students proved that they don’t just practice the Japanese language all day when they took first place in the first ever multi-school Japanese Sports Festival, held at Skyridge High School up in Lehi on October ninth. “It looked like we got third place, but after a recount, we actually won first place,” says Mrs. Berrio, the school’s Japanese teacher, “We were on a team with Salem Hills High School, which was a lot of fun. So instead of being rivals, we were friendly and won together.”

Red Ribbon Week Doors

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Emily Miller

To celebrate Red Ribbon week the teachers at PHS decorated their classroom doors to represent their commitment to being drug free. Take a look at some of the winning doors!

Redefining College during College Application Week

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Article By: Sabryne Kelly

The week of Nov. 6-10 is College Application Week at Payson High School, with a special College and Financial Aid Night on Nov. 8. Representatives from ALC, West Point Academy, Regents Scholarship, military, Sterling Scholar, SOMOS, UESP, Daniels Fund, DevPoint coding school, and colleges and universities around the state will be present to answer any questions you might have.  Counselors will also be in the computer lab that night to help parents and students apply for federal financial aid, FAFSA.

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