Maple Mountain High School Cross Country competed in a season final race on December 5, 2009, ending the first year on a good note. The team enjoyed a trip to sunny California to battle in the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships. Teams from all over the West met at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, California, to race in the final 5K of the season. The competition was divided between age groups and gender, with freshmen and sophomores racing first, followed by the juniors, finally seniors.
On November 6, members of the Maple Mountain Marching Band competed in the Red Rock Invitational in St. George. Wearing their new uniforms, tension was in the air before the Golden Eagles were to perform “Take Flight.” Maple Mountain Marching Band was awarded 4th place overall.
Wearing new uniforms, the MMHS Golden Eagles received 4th Place Overall at the St. George Red Rock Invitational on November 6.
Debbie Thorn has been working for Nebo School District for thirteen years. She is our new Registrar at Maple Mountain High School. Mrs. Thorn grew up in Idaho and graduated from Idaho Falls High School. After she graduated from high school, she attended at Ricks College and Brigham Young University. Mrs. Thorn chose to work for Nebo School District so that she could be more involved with her children and have the same schedule.
On October 13, 2009, Maple Mountain FFA Chapter traveled to Snow College for the Annual Snow College FFA Judging Day.
The Livestock Judging team placed 3rd overall--team members were, Luke Olsen, Brady Olsen, Daniel Jensen, and Derek Tidwell. Also, Kinsey Williams took 1st place in Dairy Cattle Judging. All students who participated did an amazing job at this competition; we are so very proud to call them members of Maple Mountain High School FFA.
Maple Mountain High School’s FFA Chapter will participate in this year’s Festival of Trees. The Festival of Trees is in its 39th year and operates through a board of all women who volunteer their time to benefit the Primary Children’s Medical Center. Businesses and families throughout the state enter the festival displaying their talents and abilities in creating a unique Christmas tree. Over the years, the Festival of Trees has been copied throughout the United States and Canada; but, the Salt Lake City Festival of Trees is still called the “granddaddy” of them all.
In October, seven DECA students attended the annual leadership conference in Park City, Utah.
DECA is an international association of high school and college students studying marketing, management and entrepreneurship in business, finance, hospitality, and marketing sales and service.
Over 185,000 high school students in 5,000 chapters, located in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Guam benefit from the unparalleled network and curriculum–enhancing programs DECA provides for those with an interest in marketing, management, and entrepreneurship.