Chromebook Check-in will be on Tuesday, May 17 and Wednesday, May 18 during English classes. Please expect to check for the following with Chromebooks that have been issued to students:
-The Nebo barcode matches the barcode that is checked out to your student(s) in the library system. If the Nebo barcode is not the same the Chromebook will be considered missing until it is found.
Interested in Playing Girls Basketball Next Season?
All 8th and 9th grade girls who are interested in playing basketball next season are invited to play in open gym intramural every Wednesday after school. Any questions contact Coach Beck, coach [dot] beck [at] nebo [dot] edu
Payson High Volleyball Camp
Remember the choir concert scheduled for this Thursday at 7:00 pm at PHS.
Also, the Men's Choir has had fun learning a variety of different pieces of music this semester. To end it all, we created a music video of "I'll Make a Man Out of You." We hope you enjoy our parody of the song because we had so much fun making this video!!!!
See the video on the PJHS YouTube channel using this link.
Grizzly Update - April 27, 2022
April 28 Fine Arts Gala
April 29 Track Meet at Payson High 2:00 pm
May 04 First day to buy tickets to Lagoon
May 05 Choir Concert 7 pm
May 06 Track Meet @ Springville High 2:00 pm
May 10 PJHS Band Showcase
May 17 Chromebooks collected
May 17 School Hike
May 19 Lagoon field trip
May 20 Triathlon
May 26 Final Badminton Tournament
Yearbook Staff Applications
If you like doing digital art or would like to learn how, there is a summer art class now available. It is Tuesday mornings in Springville. The class is taught by an artist who currently works for Lucasfilm Animation as an assistant technical director on their tv shows. All skill levels are welcome. All you need is an iPad and a stylus (like an Apple Pencil). Spots for the summer are filling up, so check out sharpenedstylus.com or call Nathan Allen, the instructor, at 747-231-1178 for more details and to sign up.
Many of our students turn 15 in Junior High. The quinceañera celebration is a tradition among many Spanish speaking countries. This tradition has been carried on for many years in many communities. In our Spanish classes we have been learning about the tradition and the meaning of it. Last week we had our mini-celebrations of the quinceanera. Students were able to try on an authentic quinceanera dress. Students have been learning the history of merengue and salsa dances as well.
In an effort to help our students be more successful at school, we will be having them take a Wellness Survey next Monday, April 25th, during the Advisory period. We will be focusing on these competencies: Emotion Regulation, Growth Mindset, Self Management, Self Efficacy, Social Awareness, Supportive Relationships, and Grit.