Our school had a young man, about the age of 18 to 20 years old, come into the school. He said that he was a student here many years ago. His parents struggled and owed money for school lunches. The lunch workers would put a stamp on this former student's hand to let his parents know they needed to pay. However, the former student knew his parents didn't have a lot of money, so he would wash the stamp off at school before he went home. You see, he didn't want his parents to have one more thing to worry about.
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Mrs. Later's 6th grade class was honored to have Payson's new mayor, Bill Wright visit their classroom in December. Mayor Wright passed out candy canes and good advice to students, encouraging them to do good things from what they are learning in their NOVA classes. We are so grateful to our NOVA instructor, Officer Monson, and our city leaders for supporting our school!