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At-Home Learning Tips & Expectations
As we transition into the “Alternating Day Schedule,” students will have learning expectations for the three days where they are not at school. To keep on schedule with learning, we have outlined some tips to help.
Set an at-home schedule (For all Wednesdays and the other two days at home)
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Either on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or working towards a college degree at Utah State or BYU.
What are your favorite hobbies? I enjoy reading, watching movies, playing sports and spending time with my family and friends.
A sport here at MMHS that many students are a part of is the swim team. It has been hard for them with COVID affecting their practices and meets. Maelee Crowshaw said, "It’s been a struggle trying to figure out practices, schedules, and having to come on different days." Eleah Eastwood said, "It's kind of hard to balance schedules, and only so many people can be in the pool at once so it makes it harder." It hasn't been an easy start to the season for the swim team this year, but they are still working hard to make it a good one!
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 Sterling Scholar Nominees!
Mathematics – Zachary Brown
English – Heather Ells
Social Science – Joseph Asay
Science – Eli Dallon
World Languages – Stirling Maughan
Skilled and Technical Science – Kaidan Baird
Family and Consumer Science – Kristi Mendenhall
Business and Marketing Education – Isaac Smith
Speech / Theater / Forensics – Elsie Claire Jones
Visual Arts – Maya Buck
Instrumental Music – Elizabeth Blonquist
Dance – Brynn Belka