On Tuesday, August 25, at an early 6:30 am, the Maple Mountain student council invited and prepared breakfast for the entire student body, faculty, and staff. Fresh orange juice and pancakes were served with warm, delicious syrup which made for a scrumptious way to start the day. The student council’s goal was to bring our community together and to celebrate the opening of our newest high school in a friendly, inviting atmosphere.
Opening up a new school takes hard work and dedication; but Maple Mountains High’s Principal, John Penrod, is up to the task.
Mr. Penrod spent most of his career teaching elementary, kindergarten through sixth grade. After a while, he was assigned to become an administrator of a junior high.
When he isn’t teaching, Mr. Penrod is hiking, fishing, or spending time with his five children and nine grandchildren.
Our girl’s tennis team squared off against Skyview August 25, 2009, at 3:30pm here at Maple Mountain High School. The competition was intense and a hard-hitting fight from beginning to end. Although our girls may not have won, they still put up a tough match against Skyview and exemplified good sportsmanship. Calley Bankhead (1st Varsity Singles) defeated her opponent in a tie breaker. Anna Cronquist (2nd Varsity Singles) also battled against her foe, but ended up losing in another tie breaker.
Maple Mountain Cross Country attended its first ever meet on Tuesday, August 25, at Salem Hills High School, and stunned the region. Every region team which consists of Springville, Salem, and Spanish Fork High, Payson High, and Unita showed up to the pre-season meet. Maple Mountain placed a very close second for boys, just a few points behind rival Springville High. The girls dominated the competition and took first place, prevailing over all the other teams.
The Maple Mountain Drill Team Golf Classic will be held on Saturday, September 12 at Spanish Oaks Golf Course. It is a four-person scramble with a shot gun start at 10 a.m. Check in begins at 9:30 a.m. Cost is $70 per golfer and includes green fees, lunch, and golf cart. There will be prizes and contests at some of the holes. A raffle drawing for other donated items from local businesses will also be held at the end of the tournament.
All proceeds go to support the MMHS Ellevés. For more information contact any member of the MMHS Drill Team or Molly Brenchley at MMHS.
The following district policies are also included in the student handbook.
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School Community Council Elections for 2019-20:
If you have a student at Maple Mountain High School for the next 2-year term, and you are interested in serving on the School Community Council, please email both email@example.com (principal) and firstname.lastname@example.org (secretary) by August 20, 2019.