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Payson City Mayor's Recognition Award - Brad Wharton

Attributions: 
Photos: Kim Lefler

Congratulations goes out to our very own Bradlee Wharton for being selected for the Mayor's Recognition Award at the September Payson City Council Meeting! Bradlee is an 8th grader who possesses many great qualities. Math teacher Mr. Smith says of Bradlee, "Brad is a hard working self motivated student. he is always willing to help others, and has a positive attitude. I have enjoyed having Brad in my class , and look forward to working with him this school year. Great Job on receiving the Mayor's Award!"

September 21 Grizzly Update

Attributions: 
Blake Mortensen

 

PJHS Parents and Students,

GRIZZLY GROWLS

Attendance Tip

  • If your child is absent, work with the teacher to make sure she or he has an opportunity to learn and make up for the academics missed.

E-mail is a great way to keep in touch with teachers, it is very difficult to reach them over the phone because of class times. Please keep in touch if your student is missing multiple days.

1st Badminton Tournament of the Year!

Attributions: 
Eric Archer

PJHS has a rich tradition of badminton. Our first tournament will be September 28th.

-- BEFORE SCHOOL -- PJHS DOUBLES --

Get a partner and sign up with Mr. Archer (eric.archer@nebo.edu). Girls, boys, or mixed doubles!

Warm up/seeding start at 5:30 am, games start at 6.  Rackets and birds will be available.

Prizes for the top 7th, 8th and 9th grade teams.

 

10th Anniversary - PJHS Mt. Loafer Hike

Attributions: 
Story by Eric Archer; Photos: Eric Archer, Alex Lewis, Mike Farley

 

Payson Junior High School offers 2 hikes a year, the Loafer Mountain hike in the Fall and the Big Tree hike in the Spring.  These are great outdoor activities that all students are welcome to attend.  Students that haven’t hiked with the school before need to qualify by passing a physical and written test.  The Loafer Mountain hike is a 12-mile round trip with a beautiful view of Utah Valley.