The Science Olympiad team competed at the University of Utah on Saturday March 30th for the state competition. Maple Mountain faced off against 25 other high school teams from all over the state and came out on top for the 5th year in a row. The team competes in 23 different STEM events that they’ve prepared for over the course of the whole year.
We wrapped up another year of State FCCLA competitions at the end of March, and our 10 competing students have done it again- These kids are incredible!! We took home a few chapter awards, 2 silver, 8 gold medals...AND we had 8 students win 1st place at state! They will be competing at the national level in the summer. If you see them please congratulate them on an excellent job well done.
MMHS Dance Company and Dance Excel Auditions will be April 15-17. Applicants must attend one of the two clinics held Monday and Tuesday April 15 and 16. Auditions will be in the dance room Wednesday April 15 starting at 3pm. Dance Excel (Dance 3) auditions will be held in conjunction with Dance Company Auditions. Information and applications online at mmhsdance.weebly.co
MMHS is proud to present March's students of the month!
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Playing in a rock-n-roll band.
What are your favorite hobbies? Drawing, painting, art stuff.
If you could have a conversation with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? Amelia Earhart
Maple Mountain FFA had a successful State Convention and even came home with a State win!
We had two students competing in speaking contests, representing our area. Samantha Powell competed in the Prepared Public Speaking contest. She placed 2nd in the state. Breanna Harding competed in the Extemporaneous Public Speaking contest and came home with the State title! She will be competing at National FFA Convention this October. Both girls spent countless hours preparing for their contest and we are absolutely thrilled with the results!
Our MMHS coding STEM ambassadors just completed attending the 5th grade classes at Mapleton Elementary School. It was a very successful year teaching these 5th graders. Through 8 visits many students completed a whole section on code.org. We would like to thank: Mr. Groneman, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Bradford, and Mrs. Bonnett for letting use be a part of their classes.