Early Mail-In Registration

Submitted by carrie.vannosdol on Fri, 07/08/2016 - 16:38

We are excited to offer early mail-in registration this year for returning students and already registered kindergarteners. We are doing this in hopes of making it easier and more convenient for you this summer.  The links to the forms to print off, complete and return by mail can be found below.  This process includes getting on SIS to verify your student’s information – instructions to complete this process can be found HERE.  

Free Summer Lunch Program

Submitted by carrie.vannosdol on Wed, 06/22/2016 - 13:40

Utah Food Bank is proud to offer the Summer Food Service Program, sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). This free summer meal program is open to kids 18 and under. Meals will be served Mondays-Fridays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Payson Memorial Park. 

April Students of the Month

Submitted by joann.kirk on Mon, 05/23/2016 - 21:25

"If everyone were clothed with integrity, if every heart were just, frank, and kindly, the other virtues would be well-nigh useless."

— Moliere [Jean Baptiste Poquelin]

These students practiced their skills of integrity during the month of April.

4th Grade County Fair

Submitted by joann.kirk on Mon, 05/23/2016 - 21:06

Take a look at these amazing floats of the Counties of Utah.  Students went above and beyond as they used their imagination to portray aspects of each county.  Way to go fourth grade.  

Square Dancing!

Submitted by joann.kirk on Mon, 05/23/2016 - 20:51

On April 26, 2016 our school had Duane and Shauna Woodmansee come to our school from St. George, Utah to teach us how to square dance!! At first all of the kids were scared to dance with their partner because they had boy/girl partners.  But then they started to dance, and they started to have fun. We learned the curtsy, bow, dosido, and right and left arm turns. We found out that Shauna and Duane met at a square dance club at the University of Utah and have been square dancing for 47 years now. They have taught it in schools for nearly 20 years.

By: Lyndsee Slade and Amanda Johnson