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Friday, January 17 the MMHS DECA competed at the region competition. Our students worked hard with many early morning practices and the results showed. Of the 8 students that attended, all placed in the top three in their respective competitions. They are working for the same results for the state competition in one month. Great job team! Not in the photo Eldon Van Orman and Kyle Chidester.
UHSAA recently sanctioned lacrosse as a high school sport! Nebo School District is hosting the first season of lacrosse as a spring sport starting in 2021. All genders are able to play lacrosse, and right now the district needs to gage interest in the sport so plans can be finalized. If you are interested in playing lacrosse or want more information, talk to our Athletic Director, Dave Boyack.
The MMHS Ellevés competed at the Rocky Mountain Drill Team Invitational Competition at Corner Canyon High School on January 11, 2020. They placed 1st in Pom, 1st in Hip Hop, 2nd in Military, 5th in Dance, and 4th in Character.
Maple Mountain also took three of the five places in the 5A Drill Down. Grace Poulsen won 1st place, Maisy Melton won 4th place, and Sydney Adams won 5th place. Congratulations drill team!
We’d like to thank all of the student artists who participated in this year’s MMHS Visual Arts Show! We had over 200 entries, but we were able to choose only 16 works by our juniors and seniors to represent our school at the All-State High School Visual Arts Show at the Springville Museum of Art.
The MMHS Ellevés competed at the Premier Drill Competition at UVU on January 4, 2020. They placed 1st in Military, 3rd in Hip Hop, 5th in Dance, and 5th in Character.
Maple Mountain also took three of five places in the 5A Drill Down. Abbie Jackson won 1st place, Brittan Robison won 3rd place, and Madi Hjorth won 4th place. Congratulations drill team!
The team will compete next on January 11 in the Rocky Mountain Drill Invitational at Corner Canyon High School. Good luck!
We want to give a shout out to sophomore artist, Julia Hart, for her artwork, a 9"x 12" pencil drawing referencing a 1905 photographic portrait by Edward Curtis of the Sioux Lakota warrior 'Chief Three Horses.' This drawing was the only artwork chosen to represent all of the students in Nebo district this year and was accepted to the Utah State Senate Visual Arts competition, which is a serious award!