December 2013

New Faculty Questionnaire!

Attributions: 

BETHANY MARKER- COUNSELOR

Q: WHERE WERE YOU BORN?

A:  PROVO, UTAH

Q: WERE YOU NAMED AFTER ANYONE?

A: I WAS NAMED AFTER THE CITY "BETHANY" IN THE OLD TESTAMENT.

Q: WHAT MADE YOU GET INTO COUNSELING?

A:  I LOVE COUNSELING AND WORKING WITH STUDENTS

Q: DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL TALENT?

A:  I LOVE TO SING, DANCE AND PLAY THE PIANO.  I RECEIVED A MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP IN COLLEGE.

Q: WHAT IS THE FARTHEST YOU HAVE BEEN FROM HOME?

A:  EAST COAST, FROM NEW YORK TO GEORGIA

Q: WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT PEOPLE?

A: THEIR HAIR

Q: WHAT IS ON YOUR MOUSE PAD?

A: I DON'T HAVE A MOUSE PAD

Q: LAST MOVIE YOU WATCHED?

A: STAR TREK

Q: FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH?

A: FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL

Q: WHAT WAS THE LAST BOOK YOU READ?

A: THE FALL OF FIVE (LORIEN LEGACIES)

Live Broadcast of Basketball Games Tonight (Fri. Dec. 13)

Attributions: 

You can watch the the Girls Basketball Varsity game vs Morgan High School at 7pm tonight, broadcasted by the Skyhawks News Network, by clicking on this link.

You can also watch the Boys Basketball Varsity game at Payson High School at 7pm broadcasted by Payson High TV by clicking on this link.

To see live and archived events click on this link, or the "Live Broadcasts" link under Quick Links on the left side of this webpage.

New Faculty Spotlight!

Attributions: 

Sheila Christian: Religion, Internship

Q:  WHERE WERE YOU BORN?

A:  Burley, Idaho

Q: WERE YOU NAMED AFTER ANYONE?

A: No

Q:  WHAT MADE YOU GET INTO COUNSELING?

A:  I enjoy working with adolescents

Q:  DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL TALENT?

A:  Hiking, water skiing, wake surfing, snow skiing

Q:  WHAT IS THE FARTHEST YOU HAVE BEEN FROM HOME?

A:  Italy

Q:  WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT PEOPLE?

A:  If they are friendly

 

2013-2014 Sterling Scholars Announced!

English:  Sarah Riley Mathematics:  Suzie Rhodes Social Science:  Westley Cook

Science: James Carrington World Languages: Sierra Davis Computer Technology:  Jeff Roylance

Business & Marketing:  Ben Watkin Skilled & Technical Sciences:  Chase Dietz

Family & Consumer Sciences:  Milani Lau Speech/Theater, Arts/Forensics:  Hayden Berg

Vocal Performance:  Maddie Shearer Visual Arts:  McKenna Nelson Instrumental Music:  Josh Mason

Dance:  Savannah Phelps

 

New Faculty Spotlight!

Attributions: 

Jenett Houghton: SHHS Social Studies Teacher

Q:  Where were you born?

A:  Salt Lake City

Q:  Were you named after anyone?

A:  No one in particular, but my dad chose the spelling.  Then, one day I was looking through some genealogy and saw a Jenetta listed.  I asked my dad about her and he was not aware of her, but it's interesting that he still came up with the spelling for my name similar to this distant family member.  

Q:  What made you get into teaching?  

A:  In the back of my mind, I have always wanted to teach.  I was involoved in a career in banking and started to feel like I needed to do something different.  I felt that I needed to go back to school and get another degree in teaching.  I chose history because I enjoyed the psychology and ivestigation of it.  I love teaching because I love to learn.  

Q:  Do you have a special talent?

A:  I make a pretty yummy baked potato soup (mmmm bacon, sour cream, butter and cheese).

Q:  What is the farthest you have been from home?  

A:  Outer Banks, North Carolina and Jamaica

Q:  What is the first thing you notice about people? 

A:  Whether or not they are smiling.

Q:  Last movie you watched?

A:  Les Miserables

Q: Favorite sports to watch?

A: Football

Q:  What was the last book you read?

A:  Currently reading, 'Psychological Testing: History, Principles and Applications' (yes, this is a textbook.)