December 2010

Elementary Intern at Hobble Creek

Attributions: 
By Kaylie Smith, MMHS Staff Writer

Kaitlin Schramm, senior at Maple Mountain High school, is currently interning at Hobble Creek Elementary. Schramm likes grade school and teaching because she loves being around children.

Schramm’s duties include helping students with math problems as well as collecting and grading papers.  Something that was impactful for Schramm was when some of the girls in the class helped her complete an art project and they made her a name tag to display it. This made Schramm feel part of their class.

Up, Up and Away

Attributions: 
By: Micala Pearson, MMHS Staff Writer

Tyson Skaggs, Maple Mountain High senior, is interning at Air Gyro. Skaggs has been studying about becoming a pilot by learning and studying a book called FAR-AIM. Skaggs has also helped build a plane.

A cool experience Skaggs has had while at Air Gyro is, “Crashing a simulator,” said Skaggs.

The internship program has been beneficial to Skaggs because he knows more about the airline industry.

“There’s nothing like being in the air,” said Skaggs.

Jessica Campbell Inters at Anderson & Cook Chiropractics

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By Nick H. Taylor, MMHS Staff Writer

Jessica Campbell, a senior at Maple Mountain High School, has been interning at Anderson & Cook Chiropractics.  Jessica was drawn to this internship because she has always been interested in the medical field and enjoys helping people by providing benefit to their lives.   This internship has enhanced her knowledge of the medical field through hands-on experiences, which have influenced her decision to continue her pursuit in the medical field.

MMHS Prep of the Week -- Aleksa Gappmayer

Attributions: 
By: Nick H. Taylor, MMHS Staff Writer

This week’s Maple Mountain High Prep of the Week is Aleksa Gappmayer. Aleksa, sophomore, is the starting point guard for the Lady Golden Eagles.  Aleksa is Maple Mountain’s leading scorer with 12.7 points per game.  Aleksa likes to play basketball because it is really fun to play, it’s a team effort, and she is on a really good team with her best friends.  The team and Aleksa’s goals are to make it to the state tournament and have a good placing. So far this season the Lady Golden Eagles are 8-2 starting region play on January 11.

Golden Eagles Sub-for-Santa

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By Deanna Barton and Kaylie Smith, MMHS Staff Writers

This year is Maple Mountain’s first year to host a Sub-for-Santa fundraiser.  The fundraiser was sponsored by all the service clubs and student council. This includes National Honor Society, PTSA, and Key club. The goal was to raise $5,000 to help out families in our schools and surrounding community this holiday season. We surpassed our goal by raising $5,044.50 with the help of a parent who made a generous donation of a little more than $2,000.

Shaved heads, shaving cream and silky smooth legs

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By: Karina Segura and Tony Priego, MMHS Staff Writers

While half of the Maple Mountain High student body is asleep in their beds, the swim team is hard at work practicing for their next meet. They sacrifice a lot by going to practice every morning at 5 a.m. and perfecting their skills for an hour at a time.

This hard work has paid off because they did really well on their first meet in October. Their best in distance is 200-500. They have one more meet before they go to region in Venta.

Maple Mountain Wrestlers pinning their way to the top

Attributions: 
Justin Thorn and Ben Besendorfer, MMHS Staff Writers

The Maple Mountain wrestling team is composed of forty five members, each with a determination to get to the top; literally, pinning their way through the other teams in the state, beating the Payson Lions 35-30 and now competing in a nation-wide meet in Reno. The whole team shares a sense of brotherhood and are willing to look out for each other. They have an immense sense of determination and are one hundred percent set on taking state and doing the best that they can.

Golden Eagles Visit Washington, DC

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By Micala Pearson and Jamie Gashler, MMHS Staff Writers

Just before Thanksgiving, students from Maple Mountain High School traveled to Washington, DC. Students visited the National Archives, Washington Monument, Library of Congress, Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial, Gettysburg, Arlington Cemetery, Iwo Jima, Jefferson Monument, Mount Vernon, Smithsonian, WW2 Memorial, and The Wall.

Students commented on the most impactful places they toured.

“Holocaust Museum, to see what they had to go through and that some got through it,” said Rose Gashler.

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